Ammran Mohamed


Ammran will be featured on KSFY during the 6:00PM news on Monday, April 15 and again on the KSFY morning news on Tuesday, April 16 between 6:00AM and 7:00AM.

Ammran Mohamed
April 14, 2019 - April 20, 2019
Marshall High School
• Math Team (2015-present) • Student Council (2015-present) • BPA (2015-present) • Upward Bound (2015-present) • Knowledge Bowl (2015-16) • Marshall Youth Against Alcohol, Chemicals, Tobacco, and Substances (ACTS) (2015-18) • Robotics (2015) • Speech (2016) • Marshall Honor Society (2017-present) • Link Crew (2017-18) • School Board (2017-present) • Yellow Ribbon (2017-present) • Tutor for Marshall Middle School Wednesday Homework Help (2017-18) • Tennis (2018) • Generation Next (2018-present) • Collegiate (all 2018-present): o Chemistry Club o Black Student Union o Honors Club o Muslim Student Association o Enactus • Student Council President (2018-19): o Plan, with the aid of the council, the objectives, programs and meetings of the student council. o Coordinate events to promote and support school community and spirit. • Student Council Vice President (2017-18): o Aid and advise the President. o Perform the duties and have the powers of the President during any absence or inability of the President to act. • School Board Student Representatives (2017-present): o Work with the superintendent and staff to lead the district toward fulfilling the vision created by the board. o Foster excellence for every student in the areas of academic skills and knowledge, citizenship and personal development. o Serve as education’s key advocate on behalf of students and the community schools to advance the vision of our schools. • ACTS Leader (2016-18): o Plan events to educate our community about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. o Find resources and people to effectively get our message out. • Honor Society Committee Chair (2018-present): o Lead the Scholarship Committee in events that enhance the academic environment of our school. o Plan events such as Mock Elections and a tutor system for our school. • Yellow Ribbon Leader (2018-present): o Educate the community about mental illnesses and suicide. o Plan events that create a more inclusive school atmosphere to decrease the chances of students feeling alone (which could result in depression). o Work with Southwest Minnesota State University and the general public to plan a city wide walk against suicide.
Ammran Mohamed is from Marshall, Mn, located within Lyon-Lincoln Electric Cooperative, a Touchstone Energy Cooperative.