Lebanon High School Elections

 
 

Students Experience Democracy

     Lebanon, TN –Wilson County students are experiencing democracy by voting in record numbers during the first six weeks of this school year.  Class officers and homecoming courts have been chosen by multiple elections at all four county high schools. The Wilson County Election Commission has provided the voting equipment and the students have organized and staffed the elections. The elections this year have served several purposes. Students gained firsthand knowledge about the procedures and operation of elections, the Election Commission had an opportunity to test the next generationRead More


Voter Turnout High at High School Elections

  Lebanon, TN –Mt. Juliet and Lebanon High School freshmen, sophomores and juniors turned out in record numbers to vote for their 2015-2016 class officers. In the two elections over 1000 students cast their votes. Voting for class officers has become an annual event at Mt. Juliet and Lebanon High Schools. The students man the voter check-in tables and operate the voting machines. Voting is done on the same type of machine as is used on Election Day and students present their school ID’s to be eligible to participate justRead More


Lebanon High School Seniors Vote

Lebanon, TN –Lebanon High School seniors voted for their 2015 Senior Superlatives on Tuesday, October 21st. The Wilson County Election Commission programmed and set up voting machines for the election with over 200 seniors participating. “Although Early Voting is underway in Wilson County for the November 4th Federal, State and Municipal elections, partnering with Jeremy Redmon, graduation counselor at Lebanon High School, to provide students with an opportunity to use actual voting machines to select their Senior Superlatives is an experience we are excited to be a part of,” saidRead More