White Plains holds student elections


Sadie Badgett, who won the office of treasure at White Plains Elementary School, standing next to her campaign poster.


Abram Gammons, who was chosen as vice president in the student council elections at White Plains Elementary School, stands next to his campaign poster.


Corbin Dollyhigh, who was chosen as secretary, with his campaign poster at White Plains Elementary School.


Jake Simmons, newly elected student president at White Plains Elementary School, shows off his campaign poster.


White Plains Elementary School recently held student elections, choosing Student Council leadership positions of president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.

On Sept. 20, sixteen students in fifth grade at the school gave speeches in front of an audience of faculty, third-through fifth-grad students and family members. Prior to this day, these students made posters and hung them in the halls to campaign for their respective offices, with four students running for each office.

The winning students were, Jake Simmons for the office of president; Abram Gammons, vice president; Corbin Dollyhigh, secretary; and Sadie Badgett, treasurer.

Picture details: From Left to Right:

Abram Gammons, Jake Simmons, Corbin Dollyhigh, Sadie Badgett

The other pictures are individual pictures of each of the winners and one of their posters!

Sadie Badgett, who won the office of treasure at White Plains Elementary School, standing next to her campaign poster.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_14372323_1287455081326224_5477962686319427292_o.jpgSadie Badgett, who won the office of treasure at White Plains Elementary School, standing next to her campaign poster.

Abram Gammons, who was chosen as vice president in the student council elections at White Plains Elementary School, stands next to his campaign poster.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_14380043_1287454941326238_846130354173269088_o.jpgAbram Gammons, who was chosen as vice president in the student council elections at White Plains Elementary School, stands next to his campaign poster.

Corbin Dollyhigh, who was chosen as secretary, with his campaign poster at White Plains Elementary School.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_14409524_1287455237992875_8449477706566073460_o.jpgCorbin Dollyhigh, who was chosen as secretary, with his campaign poster at White Plains Elementary School.

Jake Simmons, newly elected student president at White Plains Elementary School, shows off his campaign poster.
http://mtairynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_14425338_1287454671326265_2171878492378524411_o.jpgJake Simmons, newly elected student president at White Plains Elementary School, shows off his campaign poster.
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