Lynwood’s Kid Mayors, representing each Lynwood school, were recognized at last night’s City Council meeting. Each Kid Mayor, nominated by their school principal, will also ride on the Lynwood float the Candy Cane Lane Parade on December 6.
Lynwood Kid Mayors:
6th grade, Abbot Elementary
Likes math and red vines. As Mayor,
he wants to enhance clubs for students to speak up and learn.
5th grade, Wilson Elementary
Likes Science and M&M’s. As Mayor, he wants to be a good role model for everyone.
6th grade, Washington Elementary
Likes history and Snickers. As Mayor, she would make more charities for the homeless.
6th grade, Helen Keller Elementary
Likes math and Reese’s. As Mayor he would ban guns.
4th grade, Marshall Elementary
Likes science and Roka candy. As Mayor she would make all the schools not litter.
7th grade, St. Philip Neri Catholic School
Likes social studies and Snickers. As Mayor, he would open a homeless shelter.
6th grade, Mark Twain Elementary
Likes math and Dum Dum lollipops. As Mayor, she would be a successful role model for her peers.
6th grade, Will Rogers Elementary
Likes science and M&M’s. As Mayor she would be a good role model for everyone.
6th grade, Rosa Parks Elementary
Likes English/language/arts and Hershey bars. As Mayor, he would make rules to help people.
6th grade, Lindbergh Elementary
Likes science. As Mayor, she would try to improve the City.
6th grade, Lugo Elementary
Likes math and chocolate caramel truffles. As Mayor, she would make rules to help people.
Katie Faith Hernandez
6th grade, Roosevelt Elementary
Likes reading and Hershey bars. As Mayor, she would make the schools cleaner.
5th grade, Lincoln Elementary
Likes English/language/arts and Reese’s. As Mayor she would help clean the city.
5th grade, St. Emydius Catholic School
Likes math and Gummy Bears. As Mayor, he would help the schools.