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Inauguration, traditional clothing contest held at PECS

BRIGHTON — The Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School celebrated the inauguration of its student council followed by the school’s traditional clothing contest Sept. 27. Every grade level competed in colorful patchwork and traditional garb.

PECS student council kindergarten representative Micah Jimmie introduces himself as culture teacher and student council advisor Jade Osceola holds the mic and script. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)
Pemayetv Emahakv Charter School student council: Kindergarten- Micah Jimmie, 1st Grade – Derrick McQueen, 2nd Grade – Kulipa Julian, 3rd Grade – Braylen Thomas, 4th Grade – Ila Trueblood, 5th Grade – Jayleigh Braswell, 6th Grade – Merlelaysia Billie, 7th Grade – Bryce Baker, 8th Grade – Corey Jumper and Chairwoman – Winnie Gopher. Pictured with the student council are Brighton Board Rep. Larry Howard, culture teacher and student council advisor Jade Osceola and Big Cypress Councilman Mondo Tiger. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)
Quayton Billie, TL Gopher and Jaydence Urbina pose for photos after winning ribbons for their traditional clothing. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)
Student council fourth-grade representative Ila Trueblood recites the oath of office for Brighton Board Rep. Larry Howard as culture instructor Jade Osceola watches. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)
PECS student council Chairwoman Winnie Gopher introduces herself to the crowd during the inauguration ceremony. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)
Daniel ‘Emvnica’ Nunez III, Evianna ‘Vhaket’ Nunez and Salena Rodriguez prepare for the PECS clothing contest Sept. 27. (Photo by Eduarda Anselmo)
Traditional clothing contest participants are led on the floor by culture instructor Jade Osceola. (Photo Eduarda Anselmo)

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