Marie Murphy School: Students elected to council
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 13 Oct 2011, p. 21, 26, 27

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Photograph Marie Murphy School 8th graders Megan Martinez, Regina Madanguit, Mabel Salgado and Kate Carter
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13 Oct 2011
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Students elected to council

The following Marie Murphy School Student Council officers, cabinet members and representatives have been elected for the 2011-2012 school year: Kelly Milan, president; Jonah Wolfe, vice president; Nick Zhou, secretary; Lauren Newmark, treasurer; eighth-grade cabinet members — Regina Madanguit, Sam Petrakis, Ben Redemann and Victoria Zibart; sixth-grade representatives — Jaine Archambeau, Kevin Conaghan, Katie Kim, Costa Pavlopoulos, Melanie Salgado, Caralyn Savin, Emily Wipperfurth and Noah Zelinsky; seventh-grade representatives — Jack French, Seoho Lee, Louis Shaw, Arch Topouzian, Michelle Vasiliadis, Carissa Yang, Colleen Yang and Marina Zambrano; eighth-grade representatives — Margarita Costas, Max Elghanian, Manny Haye, Ariana Pavlopoulos, Autumn Raines, Hannah Russell, Tom Sorenson and Adam Zelinsky. Robert Schnurlein is the supervisor of this year’s Student Council.

Exhibit features students’ work

On a Saturday in mid-September, Aaron Galleries in Glenview hosted a photography exhibition in which the work of four Marie Murphy School students was featured. Eighth-grade students Kate Carter, Regina Madanguit, Megan Martinez and Mabel Salgado, all residents of Wilmette, had exceeded the expectations of their creative technology teacher, Dave Hoffheimer, when he assigned the class the task of photographing subjects reflected on a separate surface. Creative technology is an electronic art class that encourages students to see the world in new and different ways. Hoffheimer said, “These girls truly present themselves as artists, and their work is exceptional.” He adds, “Kate, Regina, Megan and Mabel found their subjects in reflections and used photography for expression.” District Superintendent Kevin Jauch said, “The exhibition would not have been nearly as successful without the support of Jan Marion, of the H. Marion Framing Studio in Edens Plaza, who not only discounted the frames and mats the students used, but also mounted the work.”

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Marie Murphy School: Students elected to council