Lower School Students Cast their Votes

Lower School Students Cast their Votes
Matt Nazario-Miller

This week, Lower School students got into the election season spirit with an opportunity to cast votes in response to a mix of different questions. Topics included best superpower, how students prefer their peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, the best indicators of maturity, and more.

On Tuesday, November 3, students received a digital vote form with "polls" open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., allowing us to include both home-based and on-campus students in the Lower School Vote. Advisors guided students through the voting process and the importance of civic engagement.

In total, there were 46 Lower School votes submitted. Here are some of the results of the Lower School Vote:

  • If I had one choice of super power, it would be: Flying
  • Peanut butter and jelly: Crusts cut off 
  • The best indicators of maturity: Being responsible, respectful, and honest
  • First thing to fix in the world: Justice/Safety and Environment/Climate (tied)
  • If I were elected to represent my school, I would want to show other schools that KLS is: Kind

 

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