AV ASB Election Results: Meet your new class representatives
Get to know the new Amador ASB representatives for the 2022-2023 school year!
Sara Vannonii (‘23): ASB President
“I’ve worked hard in leadership to organize many events, from Pigskin to Prom. As always, I will continue to openly communicate and involve myself with the entire Amador community. From staff, to clubs, to the music program, to the athletic department, I will ensure that everyone has a say as we approach what might be the first normal year any of us have ever had in high school. I want to make ...
Sam Montoya (‘23): ASB Vice President
“I want to focus on uniting the clubs and giving them a bigger role on campus, because I feel like some of the clubs need that. I also just want to bring a lot of different organizations together, uniting them.”
Emma Baer (‘23): ASB Secretary
“Next year will be my fourth year in leadership. I've seen a lot of amazing people take the position of ASB Secretary. My sister was the treasurer in her Senior year, so I kind of watched how they could take control of the class and all the experiences it gave them. I really want everyone to feel like they have a place at Amador. I love our school community and I love feeling that I’m a part of it...
Evan Lucero (‘23): ASB Treasurer
“My brother was ASB president when he went here, and I saw all the fun things he got to do, and I really want to add that to my high school experience. Being in Leadership, I think it has been totally worth it, and being on ASB is the most involved way I can be in Leadership.”
Joe Dai (‘23): Senior Class President
“I want to bring the students together. I believe that I have the power to unite the diverse student base that we have in this class and work together toward a common better future. I will incorporate all students’ opinions and will be planning according to people’s opinions.”
Aryaveer Dua (‘23): Senior Class Vice President
“I think I can bring many changes to the school including a better bell schedule and more student diversity. I hope that I can bring a change in Amador students’ life and make the campus a fun and safe place.”
Kacie Hu (‘24): Junior Class President
“I think in the Junior class next year it will be very important for the president to keep everyone on track as we will be planning for junior prom, as well as outline when we’re going to have fundraisers and class events.”
Bella Vollgraf (‘24): Junior Class Vice President
“I hope to bring a positive environment for all, so when you step on campus, you’re excited to be here and not feeling dragged down. This upcoming year, I want to make it as good as possible and just listen to everyone’s ideas to help create their vision for what Amador should be, and to open up everyone’s ideas and decisions.”
Ziyan Liu (‘24): Junior Class Secretary
“I always want to make an influence at school. In elementary school, I ran for city council, and in middle school, I did leadership as well as council, so I like to be a role model. My favorite thing to plan so far is rallies because I like to see the school get together and have so much fun. I have a lot of inspiration for prom next year. I’m very hardworking, so I’ll be able to bring diversi...
Addison Cummings (’25): Sophomore Class President
“I want to hold this position because I love Amador, and I really want to try to bring our class to have more school spirit. We definitely lack that. So I definitely want to bring more school spirit to the class of 2025.”
Hope Fisher (‘25): Sophomore Vice President
“This is my third year in the leadership class so I really wanna support our class and have a lot of passion for Amador. I want to make student life here better and use my creative ideas for fundraisers.”
Ariana Luan (‘25): Sophomore Class Secretary
“I want to make a difference at this school and I think I can do that better from this officer position. The school is so big and there are so many people here and I want to make my mark here. I want to make next year as great as it can be, recovering from COVID, to help make an impact and make a difference in everything that our class does.”