Senior is Calvary Lutheran’s first student government president

Craig Wehmeyer, left, talks with fellow student government leaders and their faculty advisor, Ginger Luetkemeyer, at right, during a recent Calvary High School Student Government meeting.

Craig Wehmeyer, left, talks with fellow student government leaders and their faculty advisor, Ginger Luetkemeyer, at right, during a recent Calvary High School Student Government meeting. Photo by Julie Smith.

This is the first full school year for students at Calvary Lutheran High School in a permanent location. And it’s the first full year for the student government organization.

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Senior Craig Wehmeyer has the distinction of being the first student government president.

Following the newly established constitution, the president is elected by the previous year’s student government. Then he names his vice president, secretary and executive board.

Class representative elections will be held Thursday to include the incoming freshman.

“It’s new; we’ll see how it all works,” Wehmeyer said. “I hope we leave a positive impact.”

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