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Page 184 text:
Senior Hallie Jacinto recruits
students for TUFF during the
activity fair. Members recruited
many students during the fair.
TUFF: Row 1: Ms. Ershler, R. Mo-
rales, H. Jacinto, N. Agbayani, E.
Bautisa. Row2: C. Gaspar, J. Tinio,
K. Santelises, A. Zabala, B. Kahler, E.
Rosales. Row 3: K. Deriquito, V.
Fontillas, E. Hinajon, B. Aguas, C.
Laureta, C. Miniz.
Sophomories Chymbelyne Miniz, Ericka
Rosales, Kristine Santelises, Ara0eliArcilla,
and Bernice Aguas joke around before
bedtime during the TUFF retreat. TUFF
plays and works together.
Junior Victoria Fontillas and Senior
Jerald Reodica serve food to students
during Cultural Heritage Week's
potluck lunch. For the lunch, students
brought food from around the globe.
Sophomore Eugene Quan uses the
karaoke machine to sing and dance
during lunch. This was an event during
Cultural Heritage Week, which was
organized by TUFF.
Page 183 text:
The Sophomore Council takes a
snack break. There are plenty of
opportunities such as this for them
to enjoy each other's company.
Senior Leslie Green leads a
conversation. Different issues are
discussed at their meetings.
Student Council: Row 1: J. Nevin, V. Cantu,
C. Redman, C. Aguinaldo, E. Bautista, L. Green, R.
Louie, J. Jayme. RUW2 M. Chan, A. Abar, J. Young,
F. Nyguen, J. Fanucchi, P. Desuyo, Ms. Devincenzi.
RUW3: C. Estiva, E. Talbot, A. Lin, M, Villanueva,
J. Wong, T. Chan, S. Hom, K Huey, C. On, K
Deriquito, D. Schultz. RUW4: O. Edora, A. Arcilla,
M. Regacho, A. Mui, R. Mae Magsino, S. Fontela, M.
Carey, K Austria, J. Lau, P. Beltran, M. Jisrawi, C.
Chin. Raw 5a S. Vignoles, T. Susoyev, S. Lee, M.
Chung, A. Inguito, J. Paat, S. Martin, K Ibay, C. Lee,
Juniors Charlene Estiva and
Alexandra Lin pose for a picture.
Student Council members are
always there for one another.
Junior Kristina Huey takes time off
to work on her studies. Student
Council takes a big time
Page 185 text:
i er ity
Each person is unique
and gifted in their own
special way. Although many
people may seem similar,
talents and personalities
differ from person to person.
Everyone is separated by
factors such as race, gender,
religion, personality, and
age. Together United for the
Future CTUFFJ reminds
students that through their
similarities, each and every
person is one of a kind.
TUFF is a network of
organized to celebrate the
diverse cultures that make
up the SHCP community.
Ms. Ershler leads TUFF
members to bring awareness
of differences to our diverse
They sponsor events
from the Christmas Toy
Drive to Cultural Heritage
Week. They also sponsor
many other events which en-
sure that everyone is aware
of differences and unite be-
cause of these differences.
TUFF members enjoy
planning events that will
help bring the student body
closer together. Other than
meeting during activity pe-
riod, TUFF occassionally
works after school.
Hardworking TUFF mem-
bers create banners to pro-
mote unity within and out-
side of school grounds.
Other than the benefit
of meeting new people by the
end ofthe year, members feel
more confidence and dignity.
Seniors Daniel Caceres, Joseph
Sullivan, Hallie Jacinto, and others
make banners for the Cultural
Heritage Talent Show. They helped
Seniors Jonathan Catig and Stephen
Sobejana help serve free ice cream to
the student body for a TUFF event.
TUFF members give of their time
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