Get to Know Your New Senior Captains!

As the school year winds down, the student government officials that we have come to love over the past year are leaving us, and it’s time to welcome a new cast of characters to the BT government scene. Titans, meet your 2014-2015 senior house captains!

Aquinas

Mitchell Rostowsky: I was part of the student government sophomore year, so I am coming into the role with some past experience. I am involved with the football team and golf team, Habitat for Humanity, and Interact Club. I ran for Aquinas senior captain because it is a fun way to get involved with school activities and to take part in coming up with the homecoming and prom themes.

Kelsey Blume: This is my first experience in student government. Freshman year, I was a part of cross country, basketball, and lacrosse; in sophomore year, I played basketball and lacrosse, and in junior year, I just played lacrosse. I have been in Latin Club throughout the years also. I ran for Aquinas senior captain because I wanted to become more involved in the school.

Dante

Everett Finn: I have been a Dante house leader since my freshman year. I play varsity lacrosse and I am in Advanced World Percussion. I ran for Dante senior captain because being a house leader, especially as a senior, helps you to gain leadership experience and to be involved in the house system.

Zachary Lyda: This is my first time being involved in high school student government, but I have middle school experience. I was the sixth grade class rep, 7th grade treasurer, and 8th grade president. I have been the manager of the basketball and lacrosse teams as well as the videographer for JV football. I am also on the academic team. I ran for Dante senior captain because I see many opportunities for improvements in our house system and for more inter-house competitions.

Goretti

Megan Hill: I was on student government freshmen and sophomore year. I am involved in a lot of activities: Science Olympiad, Trinitones, BT Improv, BT Theatrical Alliance, Titans of Mercy, and Orientation Leaders. I ran for Goretti senior captain because I wanted to be on student council again. I love brainstorming for the school activities and being a leader in our lovely little community.

Grace McNamee: I first became a student house leader my junior year. I have been involved with the athletic program; I have played on the soccer and basketball teams. I have been an Orientation Leader, a freshmen and sophomore retreat leader, and I started the Crafting for a Cause Club and still run it! I ran for Goretti senior captain because I wanted to represent the senior class as a whole and the diversity we have. I feel like I have a small part of each category Blessed Trinity represents and I wanted to represent my class and my house in that aspect.

Kolbe

Will Janousek: I have been on student government since freshman year. I participate in football and baseball and I am a member of the French Club. I ran for Kolbe senior captain because it is pretty easy and looks good for colleges

Jada Hastings: Yes, this is my first experience in student government. I have been in FBLA, Ignite, and Spanish Club. I ran for Kolbe senior captain because I really wanted to contribute my ideas and promote spirit!

 LaSalle

Bailey Grady: I have been the LaSalle house leader since freshman year.  I have played football every year, wrestled sophomore year, been a part of French Club for 2 years, and been in Interact Club for 2 years. I ran for LaSalle senior captain because I enjoy being part of student government and representing my fellow classmates.

Anne Treanor: This is my first year on student government. I’ve managed volleyball since freshman year and played on the varsity lacrosse team for three years. I’ve also started just this year being a Eucharistic Minister at Mass. I ran for LaSalle senior captain because I just really wanted to help lead my house senior year. I wanted to be kind of in-the-know when it came to planning homecoming, prom, and the assemblies, and I have lots of good ideas for them.

Seton

Cameron Nolan: I have been a freshman and junior house leader. I play football, I wrestle, and I’m an ambassador, a member of Interact Club and a member of National Honor Society. I ran for senior captain because I want to help make BT great.

Erin Glowacki: This is my first time on student government. I have been in different clubs like Habitat for Humanity and French Club, I am an athletic trainer, and earlier this year I was a retreat leader and Orientation Leader. I ran for Seton senior caption because I want to be more a part of Seton and help us get closer to house of the month!

Vianney

Cassidy Starling: I was the Vianney house leader in both freshman and sophomore year. I am involved in cheerleading and lacrosse as well as student government. I ran for Vianney senior captain because I enjoy being in student government and because I love being able to try to bring about a better change in the school.

Kimmi Morakis: I am currently a house leader involved in student government and I really enjoy it! I am an ambassador, Orientation Leader, and involved in clubs such as Crafting for a Cause and French Club. I ran for senior captain because I like being involved in the school leadership program and being able to help plan events such as homecoming and pep rallies. It’s fun to be a voice for the students!

Xavier

Anna Murphy: I was a Xavier house captain this year, so the 2014-2015 school year is my second time around. I played basketball freshman year and I have been a part of the soccer team since freshman year. I’m also a part of Habitat for Humanity, St. Vincent de Paul, and Crafting for a Cause. I ran for senior captain because I really just wanted to take part in making next year special for the entire senior class. I’m so excited to have the chance to make a difference in the school!

Vira Halim: This is my first time on student government. I am a year-round athletic trainer for football, basketball, and baseball, as well as president of Interact club, an Orientation Leader, and a retreat leader for freshmen and sophomores. I ran because I want to make my senior year special for the rest of my class and I felt being a senior captain would be a good way to do it.