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’24-25 Student Council Candidate Winners

Vice president and President Candidate Winners of 2024-2025 school year
Vice president and President Candidate Winners of 2024-2025 school year

After a long day of deciding who to vote for, the results were finally announced. Noor Hassan emerged as the new vice president, while Brooke Soukup won the coveted position of president for the 2024-2025 school year.

“I’m so excited to bring in more diverse representation for the student body,” Noor Hassan (‘25) said.” I hope to build a better foundation for the future of North Point’s student council by increasing school spirit and turnouts at all events.”

Noor has been attending North Point since her sophomore year, constantly achieving top grades in all her classes. Despite facing numerous challenges along the way, she remains dedicated and determined in her pursuit of knowledge. Her strong work ethic and natural intelligence have helped her excel academically. Noor’s election as vice president not only showcases her academic prowess, but also highlights her passion for advocating for diversity and inclusion within the student council. 

As she takes on her new role, she envisions a future where underrepresented voices are heard and respected, and where the student body is united in pursuing positive change for the school community. Now that she has won as vice president, she is now recognized as one of the brightest students in the school. With her unwavering commitment to education. Representation will be a key priority for her, she plans to work closely with student organizations to ensure that marginalized voices are elevated and included in the decision making process. 

Additionally, she intends to implement initiatives that celebrate cultural diversity and foster a sense of inclusivity with the school community. As she takes on her new role, she envisions a future where underrepresented voices are heard and respected, and where the student body is united in pursuing positive change for the school community. Now that she has won as vice president, she is now seen as one of the top students in school. With her unwavering commitment to education, she is sure to continue achieving great success in the 2024-2025 school year as the new vice president.

“I  would love to increase our school spirit by getting better turnouts at football games, soccer games, baseball games, and all athletics,” Brooke Soukup (‘25) said. “I’m very happy and proud about winning the presidency for next school year. I put a lot of work into it. I’m excited to be able to do more for the school, and for overall students.”

       Brooke has consistently excelled in her role as student council member for the past four years and been vice president for two years, she has made great change for the school by planning pep rallies, volleyball tournaments, and doing anything the students would suggest. She has been doing an outstanding job performing in student council for the past four years. And is excited to continue to make positive changes for the school community. As student council president for next school year, she plans to implement new initiatives, such as organizing and enhancing school spirit through innovative events.

        And fostering a strong sense of community among students. Brooke believes that by creating an inclusive and         engaging environment, students will feel more connected and motivated to participate in school activities and initiatives. Her passion for student advocacy and her dedication to improving the student experience will undoubtedly make her exceptional leader as the 2024-2025 student council president.  

       With her exceptional leadership skills and ability to inspire others, Brooke is poised to bring about positive changes and empower her peers to voice their opinions and concerns. As student council president, she will work tirelessly to ensure that every student’s voice is heard and their needs are addressed. 

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