This week marked a commendable achievement for AIE High School students at the Rally to Tally event. The institution takes pride in their students’ active engagement with the democratic process, delving into the history and government of Florida.

In a noteworthy election, all four students secured roles to present policy proposals in vital subcommittees. Angela Esperanza spearheaded the Health Subcommittee on Teen Pregnancy, Jacob Borjas led the Health Subcommittee on Family Issues, Carlos Reyes addressed the Crime & Criminal Justice Subcommittee on Human Trafficking, and David Salazar-Escobar represented the Crime & Criminal Justice Subcommittee on Gun Access.


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