Connor Clark is a grade 12 French Immersion student at Nelson High School in Burlington. He was elected as one of the two Student Trustees in the Halton District School Board in April 2018 for the 2018/2019 school year. Connor was appointed the head of the Nelson Student Council in grade 10, a position he held for two years. In this position, Connor led the creation of a permanent Student Council at Nelson High School through writing a Constitution. Alongside his appointment to the Student Council, Connor began to represent Nelson to the Student Senate, later being assigned to the portfolio of Burlington Regional Director, representing all Burlington students to the Student Senate. Being very politically active, Connor serves as an Executive in a provincial political party youth association. Connor has a passion for representing youth province-wide. In his spare time, Connor enjoys music, swimming, and skiing.
Kevin Meng is a grade 12 IB student at White Oaks Secondary School in Oakville. Along with Connor, he was elected as one of the Student Trustees for the Halton District School Board for the 2018/2019 school year. Outside of school, Kevin participates in many extracurricular activities. He has been an avid member of the Milton Youth Advisory Council, giving thoughtful insight to the Town of Milton Council from the point of view of youth. In the field of music, he has been playing piano for around 11 years as well as flute for 4 years. He has also performed in many places for piano and with the Oakville Symphony Youth Orchestra, such as in Austria. In addition to performances, he has participated and won many competitions, such as the Milton Music Festival and the Kiwanis Music Festival for piano. Also, Kevin enjoys participating in DECA, as well as playing numerous sports, such as skiing and badminton. If you were to ever catch Kevin in his spare time, he is most likely watching The Office while trying to memorize each characters lines!