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Introducing The 2017-2018 Leadership Team!

  1. What is/are your favorite school subject(s)?

Bernadette: Latin and Music!

Ruby: Definitely English!

Ellen: My favorite school subject has to be AP Gov – shout out to the six other girls in the class and of course, Mr. Clark.

Dana: Absolutely positively Anatomy/Physiology with Miss Wiz.

  1. What is your favorite aspect of Nazareth?

Bernadette: My favorite aspect of Naz is the people that make up the school.

Ruby: I love that Naz is a small school because everyone knows everyone!

Ellen: My favorite aspect of Nazareth has to be the fact that you can have a conversation with literally anyone. I feel like we’re all so close that once I’m out in the “real world,” I’ll get confused when I get weird looks after asking people how they feel about the kind of fries that are being served that day.

Dana: My favorite aspect of Naz is that I am excited to go to school every single morning, even on the most stressful of days.  Every time you have a problem going on in your life, there is always a classmate or teacher available to talk to.  Naz is truly a sisterhood where I have made so many lifelong friendships that I wouldn’t trade for the world.  There’s also always free food somewhere in the school in case you ever crave a cookie or cupcake.

  1. What’s your favorite quote?

Bernadette: “Always stay humble and kind.” ~ Tim McGraw

Ruby: My favorite quote is, “The best is yet to come.”

Ellen: “Time is money, money is power, power is pizza, and pizza is knowledge; let’s go.” – April Ludgate, Parks and Recreation

Dana: “Put your hair up in a bun, drink some coffee, and handle it.” I post it everywhere I can.

  1. What is the most important thing you hope to accomplish this school year?

Bernadette: I hope to have the student body permitted to eat lunch outside this year.

Ruby: To have a fun and positive senior year and to get into the college of my choice.

Ellen: The most important thing I hope to accomplish is to leave Nazareth better than I found it, and to reach every goal that we set our sights on as the L team. But I also hope to get into college and maybe spend some more quality time with my turtle.

Dana: At this point, I would say my goal is to go through senior year with the least amount of stress possible.  College apps plus extracurricular activities plus a social life plus senior year classwork can be overwhelming at times, but it is important to realize that it will all get done, and life is all about stopping to smell the roses when it feels like you’re constantly in a rush.

  1. What is one thing you want the students to know about you?

Bernadette: I love this school, and it is my number one priority.

Ruby: I would like the students to know that I am approachable and to never be afraid to talk to me!!!! I love making new friends!

Ellen: I want everyone at Naz to know that I’m very approachable and am willing to talk about anything, whether it be school, life, French fries, or music.

Dana: Any time you hear a Spanish song, come on, you know I’ll be the first one to start Salsa dancing for the next hour at least.

  1. What song do you want to describe this school year with?

Bernadette: Here I am by Bryan Adams

Ruby: Pumping Blood (Acoustic)

Ellen: Dog Days Are Over by Florence and the Machine

Dana: “Praying” by Kesha

  1. What is one of your favorite things to do at Nazareth?

Bernadette: I love to talk to everyone I see and occasionally rant on NazNews.

Ruby: Naz News!!!! I love going on NazNews on Tuesdays with Liv!

Ellen: One of my favorite things to do at Naz is just to get involved, especially with Naz-A-Thon. This is Naz-A-Thon’s fourth year, and I wish it wasn’t my last!

Dana: One of my favorite things to do at Nazareth is to eat the most amazing things that have been introduced to the entire institution – tater tots – with my amazing squad at Activity Lunch.  I also love crashing any of Mr. Clark’s classes whenever I have a free moment to relive Honors and AP U.S. History (best times ever).

8. How do you want people to remember this year’s Leadership Team?

Bernadette: I wish for girls to remember this year’s L Team as the one that accomplished things despite holding office during a year filled with transitions.

Ruby: I want people to remember us as the L Team, who made student life a little bit more fun! Whether it is some new events or traditions – we want to be remembered by you all!

Ellen: I want people to remember us as the Leadership Team that accomplished everything that they said they would. I want people to know us as the fun, reliable group of friends that we are and to know that they can count on us. Being remembered as legendary would also be pretty cool.

Dana: I want people to remember how hard Bern, Ruby, Ellen, and I worked to implement the changes at Naz that the student body wanted to see!  I hope that we set a good example for all future L Teams to come and let people see that we developed even more than a lasting impact on the school. We developed an awesome bond as well.

Nazareth is so blessed to have these ladies leading our school, and I am sure they will make this a wonderful school year!

From left to right: President-Bernadette Breslin, Vice President-Ruby Malak, Secretary-Ellen Annas, Treasurer-Dana Glavin
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