Election Results Set Leadership for 2017-18

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The results of Weston Ranch High School’s first-ever digital election have been tallied. Student leadership is set for the start of the 2017-18 Academic Year.

 

The senior class will be led by a new president, Allyson Cheng (’18). The vice-president will be Adam Daniels, the secretary will be Jaismeen Kaur and the treasurer Giselle Lopez.

 

The Associate Student Body (ASB) officers have already been decided including President Nayeli Moreno (’18), Vice President Judit Zamora (’18), Secretary Paola Aguila (’19), and Treasurer Briana Buenrostro (’20).

 

Many of the junior and sophomore positions had candidates who ran unopposed.

 

Julia Martinez, JaDarius Encalade, Talisa Moz and Anthony Faulk won positions as class president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, respectively.

 

Rosemary Daniels earned a victory last week to become the sophomore vice-president. Daniels will join new president Angelique Moreno (’20), her corresponding, secretary Nayeli Rios (’20) and treasurer, Crystal Chavez (’20).

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