Class of 2022 finishes race for representation: Sixth grade election results

Published on: September 11, 2015

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This morning, the Class of 2022 gathered in the cafeteria to elect their representatives for the 2015-2016 school year. Eight candidates ran for president, seven for vice president, and two for class representative.

Presidential Candidates:

Lilyanna Castillio

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“We must stick together and get involved…but there is a catch: you must vote for me.”

Brissa De Avila

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“I want to give them a leader they can trust that is loud and confident.”

Dany Hernandez

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“I love interacting with people, I love speaking to people, I love making connections with people.”

Ali Jensen

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“Some people call me Jigglypuff…I was watching the debates with my family and I noticed a lot of people making promises that they couldn’t keep. I could easily come up here and promise that Skittles would fall from the ceiling or that everyone would get a personal unicorn…”

Cassy Steuerwald

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“As president, I would work to help sixth grade take over the world…whoops, wrong speech…together we will make this the best class that ever walked these halls.”

SaNaya White

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“A good leader should be respectful, like me; smart, like me; hard-working, like me; someone who listens, like me.”

Nora Willis

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“I am a leader of three siblings and I have to make they’re safe and don’t run into walls.”

Makaya Wiseley

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“Difference can’t walk in on two legs–it marches right up to the front.”

Vice Presidential Candidates:

Terriona Brown

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“I like to listen to other people. I know I like to talk a lot, but I also like to listen.”

Nova (Megan) Clarke

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“I find joy in making people happy. I’m running because I want to make everyone in the school be happy.”

Naomi Davis

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“I promise I will be open and listen to requests about the environment and the school…I want to make this amazing school better than it already is.”

Destiny Hester

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“I would be proud and honored to serve this school.”

Ivy Moore

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“I am organized, honest, and cooperative. In elementary school I started a newspaper…as Vice President, I would be just as committed.”

Symantha Smith

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“If you have any questions, come to me! My friends used to come to me and ask for help all the time.”

Talia Washington

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“I want sixth grade to be as bright as any other grade. I want sixth grade to be as bright as the sun, basically.”

Class Representatives:

Samantha Cooke

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“I’ll do my best to be kind and loyal to everyone…stick with me!”

Lily Marquez

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“I have a couple of ideas. One, a game show night where students face off faculty. Are you smarter than a sixth grader? I don’t think so!”

Results:

President: Brissa De Avila

Vice President: Symantha Smith

Class Representatives: Samantha Cooke and
Lily Marquez

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