Council excited for new school year beginning

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Council excited for new school year beginning

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Photo Credit: Aileen Jornacion

Photo Credit: Aileen Jornacion

Frances Nicole Tabios, Reporter

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Student Council has been busy preparing for the new school year with fun-filled events and assemblies. The new council members include student body president Wei Yi Chloe Huang; vice-president Angelique Mara; secretary Raelynn Chu; historian and social media chair Jewel Taitano; publicity chair Ellena Miyuu Igari; director of school and community service Ellie Ramirez; spirit chair Rache Sapla; Student-Faculty-Administration (SFA) chair Brook Silva; SFA secretary Frances Nicole Tabios; art director Dana Fuerte and treasurer Risa Hayashida.

This year’s theme is “Finding Your Inner Hero-Dream, Seek, Endure, Conquer.”

Mara said, “With this year’s theme, we really took the time to decide because we wanted it to be something different and unique.”

Student Council adviser Toni Normand said, “Each word in the theme serves a purpose.

Find your inner hero: encourage students to find their strengths and use them for the good of others. Dream: don‘t be afraid to go after big ideas or pursue your passion. Seek: find ways to get involved in helping the community. Endure: get through the year and take challenges in stride. Conquer: celebrate at the end of the year when you have gained that college admission, passed that AP test, done your personal best in a sport, etc…”

Hayashida said, “This year, the council hopes that students will continue to expect fun-filled events from us and in exchange, the council wants to receive more feedback from them!”

Council members are looking forward to planning exciting events for students.

Mara said, “There are so many events planned but I am looking forward to the school’s birthday assembly and the Halloween pep rally. These two events have always been my favorite since I transitioned into high school. These assemblies have the most spirited energy that we see in students all year long.”

Huang said, “Our plans for this school year are mainly focused on increasing school spirit and pride.  We will come up with fun-filled and meaningful activities for students to enjoy.”