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St. Francis Xavier School Annual Gala Draws Capacity Crowd

The St. Francis Xavier School annual gala drew a capacity crowd to Holy Cross Hall on the school and church grounds on Saturday evening, April 23.

The 2016 annual gala’s main goal was to raise funds for a new playground for the private Catholic school, which accommodates grades TK – 8. It’s been 15 years since the playground has been redone, according to event chair JoDee Geryak.

(Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

(Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

The Hall was decorated and transformed into a Hawaiian Luau setting, complete with whole roast pig on a spit and hula and fire dancers. More people showed up than there were seats for, so some had to sit at the event bar for the evening.

Fiorella Moreno, Griselda Lepe and Christina Sanchez at St. Francis Xavier's 2016 annual gala. (Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

Fiorella Moreno, Griselda Lepe and Christina Sanchez at St. Francis Xavier’s 2016 annual gala. (Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

“This year, having it at our home facility was super beneficial,” explained Geryak. “People like being where they are familiar. People like what they’re used to.”

“We made it look different from what it usually looks like,” she added. The event was “transformed into Hawaii. But it still had that comfortable feeling.”

“Our parishioners were there. We had many family and friends attend. Alumni family, alumni students. That was great.”

“We just had a great energy,” she also said. “People were excited to make it the best it could be. We were there to raise money for our children – specifically, this year was the playground fund.”

“We’re working really hard to raise funds so we can get it started soon.”

Geryak chaired a committee of more than 40 St. Francis Xavier School families and alumni parents to organize the event, which included a raffle for a trip to Maui, Hawaii.

Parents began raising funds in 2015 for the new school playground, which is estimated to cost more than $70,000.

“We still have a little ways to go, to raise more than $70,000,” said Geryak. “This event has put a huge dent in the cost and we should be able to get work on the playground started.”

2016 St. Francis Xavier annual gala chair JoDee Geryak and niece Grace Roebuck. (Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

2016 St. Francis Xavier annual gala chair JoDee Geryak and niece Grace Roebuck. (Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

(Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

(Photo Courtesy of JoDee Geryak)

St. Francis Xavier Holds Annual Blessing Of The Animals

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Community held its annual Blessing of the Animals on Friday, October 2. Father Richard Albarano performed the blessing for each of the approximately 150 animals.

“The church was packed with animals,” commented St. Francis Xavier Director of Administration Rita Recker. “We had a chicken, and a snake, turtles, fish and dogs and cats of every size and shape.”

The event was attended by St. Francis Xavier parishioners and the students of St. Francis Xavier School. myBurbank Chief Photographer Ross A. Benson was there to catch the excitement.

(Photo by © Ross A. Benson)

(Photo by © Ross A. Benson)

St. Francis Xavier School 60s Dinner Auction Raises Funds And Fun

A colorful floral and paisley decorated VW Bus, along with groovy 1960s costumes galore, transported the supporters and parishioners of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and Elementary School back in time during the school’s annual costume and dinner auction gala.

Held Saturday, March 7, in The Castaway’s large ballroom atop the Burbank Verdugo Hills, the “Sizzling 60s Dinner Auction” drew approximately 180 guests, according to event chair Heather Thimes.

Jerry and Nancy  Willard, Brad and Rita Recker and Diana Egen. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Jerry and Nancy Willard, Brad and Rita Recker and Diana Egen. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The event continues to be St. Francis Xavier School’s largest fundraiser annually. More than 260 items were auctioned off, including a $1200 Hotel Del Coronado package, a Taylor Swift autographed hat and Tiffany and D.W. Henderson jewelry.

Although the final tally of funds raised won’t be known for a few weeks, according to Thimes, she felt the well-attended event was successful. The school’s PTO will announce the amount raised to the school community when available.

Designers of the flower bus were Nelly and Jose Ramirez. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Designers of the flower bus were Nelly and Jose Ramirez. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The annual dinner auction raises money for capital improvements for the school campus, explained Thimes, and goes towards the playgrounds and shading for sports and playground equipment.

“Our annual dinner auction event brings together fun, friendship and fundraising for the St. Francis Xavier community with the objective of improving important aspects of our school that will benefit our children’s development,” she commented.

Xavier Ortiz and Jason Murtha sported the 60s look for sure. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Xavier Ortiz and Jason Murtha sported the 60s look for sure. (Photo by Ross A. Benson)

St. Francis Xavier School is located on an eight and one-half acre plot of land in the Verdugo Hills.  According to the school’s website, the grounds were donated by the Cabrini Nuns in 1954 to start St. Francis Xavier Parish. Mother Cabrini’s order, the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart, established St. Francis Xavier School in 1956 and ran the educational programs until the order was called back to New York in 1970.

The elementary school is comprised of students in Kindergarten through eighth grade.

Chairs of the event Heather Thimes and De Dollak. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Chairs of the event Heather Thimes and De Dollak. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Helping at the Welcoming table were Stacy Stanley and Ellen Petty. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Helping at the Welcoming table were Stacy Stanley and Ellen Petty. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

 

St. Francis Xavier Golf Classic Raises Funds And Fun

The Sixth Annual St. Francis Xavier Golf Classic took over DeBell Golf Club and course on Friday, October 24. While the kids studied at school, their parents and local businesses hit the links to raise funds for the private Catholic school.

“The Golf Classic is one of St. Francis Xavier’s bigger fundraisers with the proceeds going towards improving the education at St. Francis Xavier School,” commented Rita Recker, Business Manager at St. Francis Xavier.

2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

From left to right: Lisa Matzer, JoDee Geryak, Kelly Ben Miloud and Elaine Wickersheim at the 2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

“Last year’s profits went towards improving the infrastructure of our wifi,” she continued. “We were able to bring fiber optics to the school”

“Each classroom can now run their SmartBoard while at the same time the whole school can utilize iPads, although at the current time only our junior high uses iPads,” Recker went on to say. “Wifi is also available from every corner of our campus. We have had no down time this year with the new improvements.”

Approximately 120 players attended the event, playing a full 18 holes of golf and participating in the putting contest and enjoying cold drinks at the popular margarita hole. Tournament participants enjoyed a buffet in the DeBell Clubhouse, along with the awarding of the prizes.

The Golf Classic raised $10,200 for the school and exceeded expectations, added Recker. Next year’s event is already on the books for Friday, October 23, 2015.

2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

From left to right: Bill Wickersheim, Chris Nappi, Ruel Santos and Jose Rivera at the 2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Classic winners are:

1st Place – 55 – Jim Stanley, David Stanley, Mike Zambo, Erik Adams

2nd Place – 57 – Joe Handy, Jose Robles, Dick Martin, Dick Caffey

3rd Place – 57 – Todd Kehrli, Jim Kehrli, Gary Coffman, James Ratcliff

2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

From left to right: Dr. John Simic, Jim Roope, Chris Augustine and Brett Howard ath the 2014 St. Francis Xavier Golf Tournament at DeBell Golf Club. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier School)

Family Pets Attend St. Francis Xavier Blessing Of The Animals

Nearly 100 animals and their human families attended a Blessing of the Animals service at St. Francis Xavier Elementary School on Thursday, October 2. Although the annual service has been held for more than 10 years, this year’s event was the first to be held inside the parish church.

Dogs, cats, goldfish, hamsters, turtles, tortoises and more pets were brought for a blessing by St. Francis Xavier pastor Father Richard Albarano. The event was open to students and their families, along with the general public.

Rambo. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Rambo is blessed by St. Francis Xavier Father Richard Albarano. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Connor Flynn, age 10, brought his dog Charlie for the blessing. The fifth-grader thought Charlie, a Rottweiler and Beagle mix adopted from the Burbank Animal Shelter last year, would enjoy the company of the other animals.

“I like to participate in school events and this is fun,” said seventh-grader Allison Romagnino, age 12.

Romagnino brought her two desert tortoises, Rocky and Timmy, to the the school’s Blessing of the Animals. This event marked Rocky and Timmy’s second blessing. In the past, Romagnino has brought the family dog, Tino.

“The [line of] animals went completely around the church,” commented Rita Recker, St. Francis Xavier Elementary School Business Manager. “We had to double them up there was so many.”

Pets love to shake off the water sprinkled on them during the Blessing of the Animals at St. Francisc Xavier. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Pets are sprinkled with water during the Blessing of the Animals at St. Francis Xavier. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

“They were barking and making all kinds of strange noises during the prayer service,” she added. “Being in the church, we held everyone’s attention the whole time even during the prayers about animals, although it was a little hard to hear the principal above the animals.”

After the prayer service, during which Principal Paul Sullivan spoke,  Father Albarano blessed each animal, sprinkling the pet, and nearby people, with water. Deacon Jim Roope assisted.

“All of the animals were each individually blessed,” continued Recker. “And they love to shake and spin to get all the water off of them after the blessing. It was very fun.”

Mr. Fish.  ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Mr. Fish. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

 

Old Tyme Country Faire Welcomes Summer And Community

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church holds the annual Old Tyme Country Faire on June 6, 7 and 8 at the Scott Road church complex. Rides, food, crafts, raffles and fun for the whole family is planned for the first weekend in June.

The church has held an annual June carnival for the past 55 years. Initially called a “Bazaar,” the St. Francis Xavier carnival was first held on June 6 and 7, 1959, with food, games and a raffle with a first place prize of $1000. The first Bazaar ended up making over $11,000.

Children enjoy a ride at the Old Tyme Country Faire. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church)

Children enjoy a ride at the Old Tyme Country Faire. (Photo Courtesy of St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church)

Since that very first Bazaar in 1959, St. Francis Xavier has continued to invite the Burbank community to decades of bazaars and fiestas. On May 31, 1991, the church held the first Old Tyme Country Faire.

OTCF-SFXad2014(1)Although the name has changed, the mission to bring the Burbank community together has not, said church representatives.

At the June Faire of 1994, the church started a booth for testing blood to register Burbank residents in the national bone marrow registry.

Begun in memory of 11-year-old Gregory Smith and his success to rally the community together to find a compatible bone marrow donor, St. Francis Xavier regularly operates a booth at the Faire to continue the efforts started by Smith, his family and community.

With artisans and crafts, rides, games, food and treats galore, the Old Tyme Country Faire continues to be an annual event for all Burbank residents to enjoy.

 

‘God’s Favorite’ Has Audiences Rolling In The Aisles

God’s Favorite found favor with Saturday night’s large audience, who punched holes in the SFX smoke with their laughter.  The Saint Francis Stage Company stacked the deck when they chose to do a play by no less than Neil Simon, and slipped in a few more aces by creating a superb set with first-rate lighting, effects and sound. An inspired cast brought the rest of the high cards to the stage and delivered a great performance and a winning hand for the company’s 7th annual production.

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

(Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Neil Simon loosely bases his Broadway play on the Book of Job. This is the Bible story where Satan bets God that Job, a wealthy man who loves and honors God, will come to curse God if he were to have all his wealth and other blessings taken away from him. God takes the bet. From ancient times, the story of Job has resonated among religious and non-religious alike. And perhaps it is particularly relevant now, as many believers have been caught in their own economic reversals-of-fortune.

The cast of God's Favorite during Act 1 of the performance. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

The cast of God’s Favorite during Act 1 of the performance. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

God’s Favorite moves the classic Bible tale to a Long Island mansion in the mid-1970s. Joe Benjamin (JIM ROOPE) is our modern-day Job, a God-fearing, honorable and very successful businessman. He and his affable wife Rose (VICKI CONRAD DLUGOLECKI) have three children under their fancy roof: offbeat teenage twins Ben (GRAYSON DUVALL WITTENBARGER) and Sarah (KATIE ELSAESSER), as well as twenty something, alcoholic son David (CHRIS KENNEY.) Butler Morris (STEPHEN O’HARA) and maid Mady (SHARAIN JONES) round out the household.

One snowy night an unlikely messenger from God, Sidney Lipton (played by noted character actor DANIEL ROEBUCK) arrives and tells Joe that he’s “God’s favorite” and has therefore become the object of a bet between God and Satan. And then the fun kicks into even higher gear.

God's Favorite cast having a family talk. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

God’s Favorite cast having a family talk. ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Director GEORGE STRATTAN and his cast nail all the humorous notes in Neil Simon’s inventive play, with a special tip of the hat to the hilarious SHARAIN JONES.

St. Francis Stage Company has proven that a church auditorium can become a star on the map for professional-quality theater.

Joe Benjamin ( Jim Rope) talks to his stage wife Rose Benjamin ( Vicki Conrad Dlugolecki). ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

Joe Benjamin ( Jim Rope) talks to his stage wife Rose Benjamin ( Vicki Conrad Dlugolecki). ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

God’s Favorite continues with a matinee at 2 pm on January 12 and another round of weekend performances January 17 and 18 at 8 pm.  The location is at St. Francis Xavier Church, 3801 Scott Rd. Burbank, CA 91504.  The ticket price for all evening performances is $15.00 per person.  The ticket price for the matinee performance is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children.   For more information call 818-504-4400.

Joe Benjamin ( Jim Roope) gets a kiss from his stage daughter Sara Benjamin ( Katie Elsaesser). ( Photo  by Ross A. Benson)

Joe Benjamin ( Jim Roope) gets a kiss from his stage daughter Sara Benjamin ( Katie Elsaesser). ( Photo by Ross A. Benson)

St, Francis Xavier Presents “God’s Favorite” Play

When Daniel Roebuck was cast in a Glendale holiday production, it set off a chain reaction of changes for a Burbank theater company.

 From left, director George Strattan and actor Daniel Roebuck, sitting, watches Jim Roope in a scene from the Neil Simon comedy "God's Favorite." (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

From left, director George Strattan and actor Daniel Roebuck, sitting, watches Jim Roope in a scene from the Neil Simon comedy “God’s Favorite.” (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

Roebuck had committed to playing Scrooge at Glendale Centre Theatre, so he had to find another director for the Saint Francis Stage Company’s annual play, which he has co-directed since its inception seven years ago. But things have fallen into place and the show will go on, opening a two-weekend run this Friday night.

When the Stage Company was selecting the script , Jim Roope suggested Neil Simon’s “God’s Favorite”, a comedy based on the biblical Book of Job in which a man refuses the devil’s temptation to renounce God, even after he loses all material things.

“He never figured that I’d say ‘Good! OK. You star in it!’ ” Roebuck said. “I think Jim thought I’d be playing the lead, but he is perfect for it.”

Jim Roope, right, with the ensemble of the Saint Francis Stage Company rehearsing for the Neil Simon comedy "God's Favorite." ( Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

Jim Roope, right, with the ensemble of the Saint Francis Stage Company rehearsing for the Neil Simon comedy “God’s Favorite.” ( Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

It is the first time Roope will star in the Burbank production. And the change up gave Roebuck time to complete the run in Glendale.

Next, they needed a director. Several people suggested Burbank resident George Strattan, but he hadn’t directed anything for a couple years. Eventually he was contacted and said yes.

“They brought me out of retirement,” Strattan quipped.

A veteran actor of stage and TV, Strattan acted in or directed plays at the Burbank Little Theater during the 1960s and he co-owned the Golden Mall Playhouse with Pam and Walt Gilmore from 1973 to 1980. He has also directed more than 75 shows at Glendale Centre Theatre.

“I’m still getting my little residual checks for 1960s shows like ‘The Waltons’ and ‘The Monkees’, but I much prefer live theater,” he said. “That one-on-one with the audience is so exciting.”

Rehearsing "God's Favorite" are, from left, director George Strattan, Jim Roope and Daniel Roebuck. (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

Rehearsing “God’s Favorite” are, from left, director George Strattan, Jim Roope and Daniel Roebuck. (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

The last play Strattan directed was “Once Upon a Mattress” at the Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theater in Claremont a couple years ago, he said. This is the first time he is directing “God’s Favorite.”

In past shows, Roebuck has played more of the straight man opposite Roope’s zany characters. In this production, it’s Roebuck’s turn to be “wacky”, Stattan said.

“Sidney Lipton is a very different role for Dan. He’s going to be hysterically funny,” he said. “He’s a crazy, wacky character, totally out there. Charles Nelson Reilly played the role on Broadway in 1974, and always played wacky characters.”

But as far over-the-top as Roebuck can be, he still makes it real, Strattan added.

“That is important because I don’t think it’s funny if they aren’t real,”

As Joe Benjamin, Roope is “wonderful” as the more introspective character this time, Strattan said.

“It’s one of the best things I have seen him do,” he said. “I loved him when the company did ‘Sunshine Boys’. He was so different in that, and again over-the-top, but extremely real. And that’s what he does in this. He’ll make you laugh and he’s very touching too when he talks about all the sacrifices his mother and his father made for their family.”

The play’s premise is so close to real life, Roope said.

Daniel Roebuck, left, listens as George Strattan shares a light moment with the Saint Francis Stage Company cast rehearsing "God's Favorite" opening its two-weekend run on Friday. (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

Daniel Roebuck, left, listens as George Strattan shares a light moment with the Saint Francis Stage Company cast rehearsing “God’s Favorite” opening its two-weekend run on Friday. (Photo by Joyce Rudolph)

“We become so discouraged when things go wrong in our lives, that we forget how wonderful our lives really are,” he said. “If all the stuff we have was gone, we would still have our family and the blessing of that should be enough. And so the greatest gifts are who you love.”

While it’s a comedy, there is a lot of emotion and that’s typical of Neil Simon, Roope said. He can bring you up and down.

“It’s brilliantly written and George Strattan takes what’s on the page and makes it happen on stage,” he said.

This is a reunion for Strattan and Roebuck. The last time they did a show together, Strattan directed Roebuck in “No Time for Sergeants,” 30 years ago at Glendale Centre Theatre.

“It was the first play I did when I came to Los Angeles, and I have said for 30 years and this is no exaggeration that he is absolutely one of the best directors I have ever worked with in any medium,” Roebuck said. “George is so smart and so intuitive with comedy.”

Roebuck is also thrilled to be playing a role that Charles Nelson Reilly played on Broadway. Reilly once directed Roebuck in the play “Fast Friends” here in Los Angeles.

While he plans to put his own stamp on the Sidney Lipton role, Roebuck will pay homage to the “Hollywood Squares” regular by donning a pair of dark-rimmed glasses.

“Big weird glasses like he used to wear,” Roebuck said.

IF YOU GO:

WHAT: “God’s Favorite” by Neil Simon
WHO: The Saint Francis Stage Company
WHEN: 8 p.m. Jan. 10, 11, 17 and 18; matinee
at 2 p.m. Jan. 12, $10 adults and $5 children.
TICKETS: $15
WHERE: 3801 Scott Road, Burbank
CONTACT: (818) 504-4400 or www.sfxschoolburbank.org/SFSC.php

St. Francis Xavier Installs New School Officers

Dr. Paul Sullivan of St. Francis Xavier School lights a symbolic candle held by incoming school president Kaitlyn Maddigan under the watchful eye of Councilman Jess Talamantes (Photo By Craig Sherwood)

St. Francis Xavier held their installation ceremony at the school on Thursday.  Students from all grade levels assembled in the school’s church to listen to speakers and pray for their new class officers.

Burbank City Councilman Jess Talamantes was the keynote speaker and talked about the students and class leaders possible bright futures.

Student Council Elected Officers

2012/2013 School Year

              President                       Kaitlyn Maddigan

                   Vice-President              Kayla Santos

                   Secretary                       Allison Salvador

                   Treasurer                      Michael Romagnino

                   Reporter                       Austin Oberlander

                   Officers of Service        Daniel Maddigan,        Ana Tressel

  Officers of Religious Affairs      Shereen Aziz,     Becky Doyle

                   Boys Sports                   Kyle Lucero

                   Officer of Spirit            Allison Romagnino

                   Historian                       Ryan Maddigan

Elected officials all line up to take the pledge of office. (Photo By Craig Sherwood)

Appointed Officers

 

City of Burbank Youth Board                  Lauren Ryan

                   Community Service      Jide Hospidales

                   Girls’ Sports                  Haley Lefevre

                   Assistant to Girls’   Sports       Gabriella Angrisani

                    Assistant to Spirit        Isabella Augustine         Aidyn Kehrli

                   Snack Cart Set up        Weston Dunkin-Butcher,       Andrew Jaramillo

                   Snack Cart Treasurer    Collette Lee

                   Courtesy                         Reem Dabbous

                   Publicity/Posters                   Olivia Oberlander         Isabella Mardirossian

                   Pride Patrol                  Matthew Fowler

                                                          Connor Flynn

                                                          Skye Pingul

                                                          Isabella Scozzola

Burbank City Councilman Jess Talamantes addresses the students and teachers at the school assembly. (Photo By Craig Sherwood)

 Kindergarten                Joseph Augustine

Representatives            Miles Kenney

First Grade                    Lauren Ryan

Representatives            Taylor Serna

                   Second Grade               Nathan Priestley

                   Representatives            Jonathan Topete

                   Third Grade                  Ella Santos

                   Representatives            Lincoln Melcher

                                                          Alternate:  Cole Clark

                   Fourth Grade                Alexandria Sorensen

                   Representatives            Matthew Aziz

                   Fifth Grade                             Giselle Gonzaga

                   Representative

                   Sixth Grade                   Hope Clark

                   Representatives            Valeria Cobilich

                   Seventh Grade              Rebecca Penaflor

Representatives            Joseph Whelan

Eighth Grade                Julian De La Rosa

                   Representatives            Jasmine Ztintun

St. Francis Xavier Installs New Student Council

St. Francis Xavier Officers

Students at St.Francis Xavier School in Burbank are installed onto the Student Council

Congratulations to the following student who were selected to the Student Council at St. Francis Xavier School

 

President     Buster Roebuck

Vice-President    Kaitlyn Maddigan

Secretary     Kayla Santos

Treasurer     Miles Kenney

Reporters     Rebecca Callahan and Daniel Maddigan 

Service Officers   Joseph Augustine and Michael Romagnino

Religious Affairs Officers  Matthew Porras and Ana Tressel

Boys Sports    Jide Hospidales

Girls Sports    Elise Hernandez

Spirit Officer    Allison Salvador

Historian     Katie Simic

Assistant Historian   Rebecca Doyle

Pride Patrol    Weston Dunkin-Butcher

 

The Appointed Officers were also installed and they are:

City of Burbank Youth Board Rep Briana Recker

Kindergarten Representatives  Marta Maynes

            Hailey LeFevre

            Hope Clark      

1st Grade Representatives   Shereen Aziz

            Gabriela Angrisani

2nd Grade Representatives  Nathan Priestley

            Jonathan Topete

3rd Grade Representatives   Matthew Aziz

            Gemma Lafontant

Alternate      Olivia Oberlander

4th Grade Representatives  Marisa Sanchez

            Allison Romagnino

Alternate      Jon Paul DeFabry

5th Grade Representatives  Shannon Walsh

            J.R. Hernandez

6th Grade Representatives   Rudy Jones

            Austin Oberlander

7th Grade Representatives   Julian De La Rosa

            Kyle Lucero

8th Grade Representatives   Rachel Buenaflor

            Mitchell LeFevre

Alternate      Joshua Sanchez

Snack Cart Treasurer   Collette Lee

Publicity/Posters    Bianca Valle

            Sarah Crispi

            Isabella Mardirossian

Courtesy      Keara Garcia

            Valeria Coblich

Community Service    Michael Simic

Spirit Assistants    Emily Morejon

            Kate Tressel

Historian Assistant    Andrew Jamarmillo

Lost and Found     Lauren Ryan

            Taylor Serna

            Heather Ryan

Pride Patrol     Isabella Augustine

            Emily Callahan

            Sophia Canzona

            Kayla Copping

            Antonio Franco

            Anel Hesselrode

            Aubrey Ignacio

            Jasmine Joubran

            Aidyn Kehrli

            Ryan Maddigan

            Andrew Mai

            Matthew Piamonte

            Hallie Simic