Superintendent Donna Colosky, left, administers the oath of office to Mercer Island High School student Caroline Atkinson, middle, as fellow student representative Meghana Kakubal, right, looks on. Atkinson and Kakubal are the first student representatives on the Mercer Island School Board. They took the oath at a Sept. 13 school board meeting. As nonvoting student representatives, Atkinson and Kakubal will attend the first regular board meeting of each month and report on student activities around the school district. Photo courtesy of Craig Degginger,communications coordinator for Mercer Island School District.

Superintendent Donna Colosky, left, administers the oath of office to Mercer Island High School student Caroline Atkinson, middle, as fellow student representative Meghana Kakubal, right, looks on. Atkinson and Kakubal are the first student representatives on the Mercer Island School Board. They took the oath at a Sept. 13 school board meeting. As nonvoting student representatives, Atkinson and Kakubal will attend the first regular board meeting of each month and report on student activities around the school district. Photo courtesy of Craig Degginger,communications coordinator for Mercer Island School District.

Students represented at district board meetings

The nonvoting students will attend the first board meeting monthly to report on student activities

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The nonvoting students will attend the first board meeting monthly to report on student activities

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