Rachel Manfradini Becomes the 9th Grade Class’s Treasurer


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Rachel Manfradini [Photo by Owen Sangiacomo]

Rachel Manfredini is Ukiah High School’s new Freshman class treasurer. Manfredini has past experience with student council, is very good at math, works well with other people, and is very organized.

She told us her main goal during her time as treasurer is to focus mainly on sports and dances and making sure they go very well. She has high hopes for this year and is confident that she is great for this position.

Manfradini said she is very much looking forward to homecoming and as excited to work on that in the future.

Owen Sangiacomo
Owen Sangiacomo
Owen Sangiacomo is a Junior at Ukiah High School who also attends a lot of Mendocino College Courses. Owen likes to play water polo, he works at the Summer Safari After School Program, and he is constantly learning new instruments. Owen aims to try to improved systems that are flawed and make our community a better place.

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