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Class election and school board rep results

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Juniors Leslie Valencia, vice president, and Robert Flores, president, will lead the seniors in 2018-19. Photographs by Ayileen Hermosillo

Juniors Leslie Valencia, vice president, and Robert Flores, president, will lead the seniors in 2018-19. Photographs by Ayileen Hermosillo

Juniors Leslie Valencia, vice president, and Robert Flores, president, will lead the seniors in 2018-19. Photographs by Ayileen Hermosillo

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The results for class elections are in.

Candidates are competing for the majority vote so they can lead a successful 2018-19 school year. Upcoming “seniors” to be include Shelby Ayala, Robert Adlai Flores, and Taylor Greene running for president. Running for vice presidency are Leslie Valencia and Jen Nuno.

Robert and Leslie will lead the senior class next year.

The determined sophomores are trying to gain recognition for the hard work they have been putting in. The class of 2020 presidential candidates have a wide selection: Jonathan Chon, Adrian Llamas, Giovanna Razo, and Isha Tripathi. Seeking the office of vice president are Austin Babcock, Natalie Gutierrez, and Isabel Morales.

Jonathan is junior class president, and Natalie is junior class vice president for the coming year.

Lastly, the freshmen have the largest  group of candidates running for sophomore class president:  Ayah Abualhawa, Avery King, Sara Reilly, Sabrina Rodriguez, and Micheal Santana. Running for vice president for the class of 2021 are Christopher Ceballos and Lauren Waddle.

Males won out, and Michael and Christopher will lead the sophomore class next year.

The representatives  to the school board are nominated by the faculty, and the student body make the choice of who will represent them. Amanda Ortega will be attending school board in 2018-19 and giving the student vote.

Good intentions and vibes are a requirement for all students choosing to lead their fellow peers. Congratulations to the winners. 

 

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