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Justice leaders motivate House to win

Seniors Kaden Williams and Anna Thomas bring a competitive spirit and differing gifts as co-senior executive delegates for the House of Justice. Anna has the energy to motivate the members of the House to accomplish what needs to be done, and Kaden is a good spokesperson to inform everyone of any necessary information. But they both like to win, and their working together to get their House involved helped their House win the First Quarter Points Contest, they said.
“We’re really competitive,” Anna said. “We’re always trying to win.”

Kaden said that he enjoys helping his House win and achieve its goals.

“I like getting a group of people who don’t usually get together to work toward the same goal and come together and compete,” he said.

He credits Anna with being a big reason the House can work together because she has a sister, Julia, who is a freshman, which helps her connect with the younger grade and get everyone in the House involved.

Anna said she enjoys seeing everyone contribute, such as when Justice partnered with Integrity and Truth to put on the bonfire at Fall Homecoming and when they shopped for the Angel Tree project. Next, the House will plan the May Crowning ceremony.

Anna is on the Softball and Girls Track teams and was previously on the Bowling Team. She is a member of National Honor Society, Green Dot, SADD, and Spanish Club, and she is a Eucharistic Minister. She plans to major in nursing at Indiana University Bloomington.

Kaden is on the Baseball team and was on the Football team and he is a member of National Honor Society and a Eucharistic Minister. He plans to attend Butler University and major in pre-med.

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