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Farmer Focus: Senior Chris Del Carpio

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"I was painfully shy in middle school so when I became StuCo president it completely changed me due to the fact that I’ve learned over time how to be louder and crazier at games."

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"I was painfully shy in middle school so when I became StuCo president it completely changed me due to the fact that I’ve learned over time how to be louder and crazier at games."

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This week’s Farmer Focus is senior Chris Del Carpio who is this year’s Student Council senior class president.

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Favorite movie: Hidden Figures

Favorite color: Maroon

Favorite sport: All of them

Favorite song: “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars

Favorite subject: History

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Q: What kind of responsibilities come with being president?

A: “It comes with having to make sure any issues we have at school are being heard, and I also have to go to every school event just so the students know I’m there for them.”

Q: How much do you enjoy being president and being with the other StuCo members?

A: “I enjoy it so much. Coming to StuCo class, talking to everyone and getting stuff done is the best part and we get to look back at all the great stuff we accomplished.”

Q: What difficult tasks do you have to overcome with being president?

A: “There are a lot of difficulties. It comes a lot when students have different opinions on things. Us officers have a lot of stress but we’ve always managed to get through it and work together.”

Q: How did it feel when you won StuCo presidency?

A: “I screamed and I ran around the cafeteria. It was super exciting. Four years ago my sister was a student body officer when I was in eighth grade and she would tell me about it and how fun it was.”

Q: How has being StuCo president changed you?

A: “It’s changed me so much. I was painfully shy in middle school so when I became StuCo president it completely changed me due to the fact that I’ve learned over time how to be louder and crazier at games. It completely changed my viewpoint when it comes to people.”

Q: How does it feel to be leaving your role as StuCo senior class president?

A: “I’m sad. It’s given me a chance to meet a lot of people and put myself out there, but I’m however grateful for the new officers to get the same experience as me.”

Q: How do you feel being StuCo president will help you in college?

A: “I think it has taught me how to multitask and work under pressure and also how to organize myself.”

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