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Senior Class President Serves School, Community

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Senior Bailey Newton leads her peers, both in and out of the classroom.

Senior Bailey Newton leads her peers, both in and out of the classroom.

Morgan Collier

Morgan Collier

Senior Bailey Newton leads her peers, both in and out of the classroom.

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For Senior Bailey Newton, high school is more than just a place to achieve good grades and get a diploma. Working hours on end to represent the students of LCM, Newton has presented herself as a role model for her peers.

She was recently elected as senior class president and during her reign, Newton plans to achieve a few goals she has thought of to better school.

“I ran for President because I like to do things for the school and I plan to do a lot this year,” Newton said.

Newton already has ideas in mind and plans to increase the schools interaction with the community, starting with getting students more involved.

“(I plan to) get school spirit up, and to make a difference in the community and the school,” Newton said.

Her way of taking matters into her own hands helps her to be a more well-rounded president.

“I feel like if I want something to be done correctly then you must do it yourself,” Newton said. “I like things to be in order and things to get done.”

Not only does Newton have to think about future plans as president but she must also plan her own future after high school. She is looking into attending Lamar University to study engineering or business.

Between planning for college and being the face for the 2014 seniors in our community, Newton is also involved in many things such as cheerleading, the Bear Buddy mentor system, Meet in the Middle , student council and Y-LSET. She is also currently serving as the editor of the yearbook while balancing work and school.

“I have a job and I enjoy spending time with friends and family with the little time I do have,” Newton said.

Over the past four years, she has made many memories though all the different activities she is involved in.

“I have so many great memories throughout the years but the best ones all have to do with the leadership conventions and meetings that I attended with student council,” Newton said. “Just because I’m surrounded by a lot of people who are just like me and love their schools and we can share ideas and have made many memories and had a lot of laughs.”

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