Teves, Javier win in Student Elections

MCCID Student Adviser Sir Jerome Marzan explains the election process.
General Assembly
JOANNA O. TEVES was unanimously voted president while JEFFERSON JAVIER clinched the vice-presidential post during the annual Student Organization Elections held Friday, July 9.

After preparing for three days and campaigning Wednesday and Thursday, third year Diploma in Business Technology (DBT) student Joanna garnered nearly 60% of the total votes clobbering second year contender Kristel Manipol. Meanwhile, Javier, also third year DBT student, got the second spot narrowly beating Elizar Bic Pongos, a second year DACDT student
Student Alliance Party Candidates
Student Group Party

Joanna’s political party MCCID Student Alliance Party four out of ten slots. The rest of the winners are: JEPA KERENA T. BASILIO (STUDENT GROUP) – Secretary, GLAIZA F. CRUZ (STUDENT GROUP) – Treasurer, RICHEE G. BALATINSAYO (STUDENT GROUP) – Assistant Treasurer, REGINA R. LEONARDO (STUDENT ALLIANCE) – Auditor, ROBERT JAY V. GALERA (STUDENT GROUP) – PRO, OMAR JOLAS LAZARO (STUDENT ALLIANCE) – First Year Representative, CRISTEL M. MANIPOL (STUDENT ALLIANCE) – Second Year Representative and WILHEIN S. CHAN (STUDENT GROUP) – Third Year Representative.

Joanna Teves
Vice President Jefferson Javier

Student organization elections are held yearly to teach and experience democracy to the students and at the same time take a more responsive role in all of the school’s activities. Teachers’ Bethsaida Lumangyao, Jerome Marzan, Annalyn Delgado and Ervin Reyes officiated the activity and counted the ballots.

Official Oath taking of winners will be held on August 28 during the annual Acquaintance Party where the students will meet their schoolmates from Tiaong, Quezon and San Fernando, Pampanga for the first time.

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