Edwardsville High School senior Caroline Marcus was sworn in Monday as the student representative to the Board of Education for the 2022-23 school year.
Glen Carbon mayor Bob Marcus administered the oath of office for his daughter.
Marcus will represent all District #7 students to the Board of Education, serving as a liaison between students and the school board. She will provide a student voice on policy and procedures as well as a voice on student issues, questions and successes.
As part of her role on the Board of Education, Marcus will provide a monthly student report, participate in Board discussions, and attend all Board of Education meetings and work sessions.
Marcus is currently involved in various school organizations, including president of Student Council, president of Spanish Honor Society, National Honor Society, National Honor Society English, CEO program, and EHS girls’ lacrosse.
Pictured from left to right: District #7 Superintendent Patrick Shelton, Caroline Marcus, Glen Carbon Mayor Bob Marcus, and District #7 Board of Education President John McDole.