2018-2019 Mr. Cardinal Contestant 5: Daniel Villegas

How would you describe yourself? 

I would describe myself as loyal, an explorer, and creative.

Why did you join Mr. Cardinal? 

I joined because seeing Justin as Mr. Cardinal was pretty cool. I also want to represent our school.

What has been your favorite event as a contestant? 

My favorite event was the one we volunteered for over Thanksgiving. We gave food to the needy.

What would you offer to the program and how would you like to represent Cardinal City? 

I would offer more dedication. I also want to make the title of Mr. Cardinal more well-known.

If you had the power to change something in the school, what would it be? 

I would make changes so we had a safer environment – so we can feel safe around the teachers and security guards.

What is your ambition in life? 

My ambition in life is to have better experiences; to travel to different places and learn their culture.

As Mr. Cardinal, how would you change or improve the perception of SBHS? 

I would show others that we can do anything. We are among the top in our school district and we are not a bad school.

What do you hope to get out of Mr. Cardinal? 

I want to learn leadership skills and to not be overprotective. I want to be more outgoing and to be more driven in school and participate in more school activities.

If you could change something about the world, what would you change? 

I would want there to be world peace.

Come out and watch Daniel compete for the crown of Mr. Cardinal on April 7th at the Sturges Center! Doors open at 5 pm and the show begins at 6 pm!

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