Kaitlin Ferguson

Romie Coffler

Junior Romie Coffler has always been a part of the Carlsbad community. Coffler has many goals for her class to keep them engaged throughout all the activities. 

“I have always looked forward to the Lancer Day Parade,” Coffler said. “It’s an amazing event showcasing our incredible schools; elementary to high school. It’s wonderful seeing all the beautiful faces of Carlsbad and getting the chance to feel the sense of community and family we have collectively created.” 

Throughout the year, there are many opportunities for students to get involved. Coffler wanted to get involved in a different way, by holding a significant leadership role at Carlsbad. 

“I ran for class president because I enjoyed the numerous different types of opportunities provided with this position in previous years, such as constructing the class’s homecoming float,” Coffler said. “It gave me a chance to bond with other classmates while building the parade float, as well as meeting students from other grades. I am all for building friendships and a stronger community.” 

Coffler is no stranger to leadership roles. She has the opportunity to share the importance of what she learned from her past experiences and how it applies to being a Lancer and a leader for her class. 

“My past leadership experiences include ASB, freshman and sophomore class president, and a camp counselor,” Coffler said. “Through these opportunities, I’ve learned what keeps a crowd engaged and spirited.” 

Throughout the year, the junior class can expect a lot. Iris Langen, the class vice president, and President Coffler are planning for this year to be one of the best. 

“Junior class VP, Iris Langen, and I are striving to keep the Lancer spirit strong throughout the course of our junior year,” Coffler said. “Working together and alongside ASB, the class of ‘24 has a beautiful, purple future.” 


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