ROBBIE MASSIE, was honored during the Thursday, Jan. 7, Perry City Council meeting as the new Student Mayor of the City of Perry.
He will serve in this honorary role until February 4, 2016.
As Student Mayor, Massie will assist Mayor James Huguelet with various ceremonial duties, which may include ribbon cutting ceremonies,
participating in parades and ceremonies and presentation of special recognitions/proclamations.
He will also have a priority privilege to speak.
Ceremonial duties may consist of calling for public comment, leading the pledge of allegiance, acting as the presiding officer of a city council
meeting and introduction of topics and guests at meetings.
As a senior at Perry High School, Massie has served as a member of the Science Olympiad Primary team since he was a freshman.
He is also president of the Perry High School Student Council and vice president of the Perry High School Class of 2016,
as well as being a member of the National Honor Society and Freshman Mentoring Program.
Massie currently ranks second in his class and maintains a difficult schedule comprised of advanced placement and college courses.
He proudly admits that he has been accepted to the University of Michigan, where he plans to study business and law.
Massie will begin classes at U of M in the fall of 2016, with an ultimate goal of attending law school to become a corporate lawyer.
During the meeting, Mayor Huguelet (right) presented a proclamation to Massie.
The Student Mayor program was initiated by Mayor Huguelet to get students interested and involved in government along with
learning about local government.