The Ann Richards School for Young Women Leaders

Student Council Election Results

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Here are the results of the 2015-2016 Student Council Elections:

Rising Seventh Grade Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Trisha Amaya

*Second Representative will be elected in a run off election on Monday May 4th

Class Vice-President:

Mariacarmen Marquez

Class President:

Chelsea Saucedo-Tapia

 

Rising Eighth Grade Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Sara Medeiros

Desiree Santander

Class Vice-President:

Sharon Desiree Bonner

Class President:

Eleanor Jeansonne

 

Rising Freshmen Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Karla Rodriguez

Nicole Ramirez

Class Vice-President:

Marlene Mora

Class President:

Prisilla Samaniego-Marin

 

Rising Sophomore Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Stephanie Labrador Hernandez

*Second Representative will be elected in a run off election on Monday May 4th

Class Vice-President:

Sarahi Villalobos

Class President:

Julie Apagya-Bonney

 

Rising Junior Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Diana Ramirez

*Second Representative will be elected in a run off election on Monday May 4th

Class Vice-President:

Elena Gonzalez

Class President:

Noemi Covarrubias

 

Rising Senior Representatives:

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Class Representatives:

Reyna Ostos

Olivia Crouch

Class Vice-President:

Tiffany Baltierra

Class President:

Guiny Thomas

 

Executive Officers:

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President:

Perla Grimaldo-Ramirez

Vice-President:

Maya Messinger

Web Master/Historian:

Sarah Bustos

Treasurer:

*Treasurer will be elected in a run off election on Monday May 4th

 

Congratulations to all candidates who ran this year. We eagerly await the accomplishments of next years Student Council.

Gus Dexheimer's favorite things are people and butter. She’s also a fan of puns, long distance running, power tools, realistic fiction, pastries, new places, old photographs, and good conversation. This is her third year on the APP, and her second year as Editor In-Chief. Gus can’t wait to continue exploring and investigating the people and the world around her via The Polaris Press. In her "spare time," Gus runs varsity cross country, works at a bakery/restaurant, and does a lot of talking. She lives by one of her late grandfather’s many unofficial mottos: things change.

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