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Four Students Admitted to SAC and RNSSAC in Board District 3

Mrs. Ortega
SAC Students with Principle

Four Northridge Academy High School seniors have been granted admission into two influential councils in Board District 3: the Student Advisory Council (SAC) and the Region North Superintendent Student Advisory Council (RNSSAC). Shenod Lasz, Alyssa Fernandez, Ellen Meroyan, and Sean Hunt, are each poised to make significant contributions to the educational discourse within their district. While Fernandez and Lasz have earned their seats in the SAC, Meroyan has secured her seat in RNSSAC. However, it’s Hunt who has secured positions in both the SAC and RNSSAC.

The SAC, a pivotal platform in Board District 3, operates under the guidance of Board Member Scott Schmerelson. Its primary purpose is to provide students with a voice in shaping educational policies and experiences. Serving as a direct liaison between students and district decision-makers, the SAC wields substantial influence.

In contrast, the Region North Student Advisory Council (RNSSAC) is administered by Superintendent Dr. Baca and boasts a broader regional perspective. Composed of representatives from across the region, RNSSAC is tasked with advocating for students’ interests and offering insights into regional educational policies.

Principal Castro, who leads the school community, expressed her immense pride in the accomplishments of these exceptional students. “I couldn’t be prouder of our Puma babies,” she said with a beaming smile. “Their dedication and commitment to their education and their peers have been exemplary. Their inclusion in these councils speaks volumes about their leadership qualities and their potential to effect positive change.”

This achievement underscores the exceptional talent and dedication found within the student body of Board District 3. These four seniors have demonstrated not only their academic prowess but also their commitment to shaping the future of education in the region. Their contributions to both SAC and RNSSAC promise to be invaluable in ensuring that student voices are heard in the ongoing dialogue about educational policies and practices.

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