Cody Cavanagh, Junior Class President
This is my third year at Williston, as well as my third year on Student Council–my second as the President of the Class of 2016. I am from nearby Holyoke and I have two younger brothers, Connor, who is in 8th grade at Williston, and Cole. I am a member of the Varsity Football and Baseball teams, and in the winter I play basketball. On campus, I am also a day student Proctor and an Admissions Tour Guide. I wanted to be on student council because I want to make a positive impact on the Williston community and plan fun events to further strengthen the bonds within our class. I will bring my many ideas, as well as leadership and organizational skills to make this year the best it can be.
Natalie Aquadro, Junior Class Representative
This is my 5th year at Williston, and my 3rd year on the student council. At Williston, I run cross country, swim, and run track. I have also played both soccer and lacrosse at school. I am also a part of the community service club, iWilliston, and I’m an Admissions Intern. This year I will be a captain for cross country and swimming. In my free time, I like eating at Tandem, and spending time with my friends and family. I wanted to be a part of the Student Council so that when I thought that certain things should be changed, I could act on them and find ways to make them better. I really enjoy being able to work with both faculty members and students to try to make things on campus as good as they can be. I like being a leader, and I like it when people feel like they can talk to me about new ideas that they have.
Nick Hill, Junior Class Representative
This year is my fifth year at Williston. I moved to Massachusetts from Georgia when I was entering seventh grade. That was one of the contributing factors as to why I chose Williston. I was immediately welcomed into the community and chose to stay at Williston for high school despite my previous plans to switch after eighth grade. In this coming year I will be a captain on the Men’s Cross Country team in addition to playing squash in the winter and track in the spring. If not out on one of the running trails you might also find me going draino on the basketball courts or in the library catching up on work. The subjects that interest me moth are math and theatre. I wanted to be on Student Council so that I can use my experience in different areas to make both new and returning students feel comfortable in the Williston community and to lend a different perspective. I am very comfortable around new people and I have experience with being in a completely new area and starting from scratch.
Danny Hong, Junior Class Representative
This year is my second year at Williston, my first on Student Council. I swim, play soccer, and fence (epee). I am robotics team coach, WilliSTEM president, and Chess Club president. I enjoy reading books, and play chess. I wanted to be the representative because I want to innovate and renovate the school.
Leah Pezanowski, Junior Class Representative
Leah’s bio will be posted ASAP