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October 26, 2023

    Sutton Rasmussen

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    Rhea Choudhary
    CHS9 Sutton Rasmussen strives to be the voice of the student body. Rasmussen is one of six 2023-24 Student Council executive officers.

    CHS9 freshman Sutton Rasmussen is a 2023-24 Student Council executive. Rasmussen is a part of CHS9 cheer and strives to be the voice of the student body. 

    Why did you run for the executive officer position? 

    I wanted to help make a difference at CHS9 and I wanted to be more involved in the events that take place at school.

    What is your favorite part about being a student council officer?

    Meeting with the different officers and planning different events. I love giving my opinion and helping make certain events really fun and enjoyable for students.

    What are some challenges you faced while running for office? 

    I was really scared that no one was going to vote for me. I heard my competitors had really good campaigns and I was worried mine wasn’t as good as the others so I was scared that I wasn’t going to get voted. 

    What have you learned from this role?

    I want to be a better spokesperson and get over my fears of speaking to a big group of people. 

    How do you want to be remembered as an executive officer? 

    I would like people to remember me for my kindness to others and as someone who treated people with respect, kindness and cared for students.



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    Rhea Choudhary, Staff Writer
    Rhea Choudhary is a junior at Coppell High School; she first took a step in D115 in order to pursue photography for The Sidekick. Despite her initial intentions, she is now a second year member, returning as a staff writer. At first, thought she wasn't the best fit for writing, but after deciding to give it a shot, she soon realized that she let her fear keep her from finding what she truly enjoys doing!  As an avid show binger, Rhea’s top three shows include Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls and One Tree Hill, as she can go on for hours talking about any of them. She also loves watching classic Hindi movies (with lots of iconic songs and actors in them), along with consistently enjoying listening to her 24-hour Bollywood music playlist, on a loop. Her favorite food is drunken noodles and sushi, along with loving any sweets that contain milk chocolate or caramel. As a member of HOSA, Rhea hopes to pursue a future career in medicine, specifically to become an oncologist. Rhea has completed her Bharatanatyam arangetram, a solo debut/graduation, and is still a dedicated dancer. As an only child that keeps the volume in her house very high at all times, Rhea’s number one friend is Teddy Graham, her mini goldendoodle. Feel free to reach Rhea at [email protected] or follow her on X @rhea_choud.

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