SPJC graduates 18

Monday, July 8th, 2013

The San Pedro Junior College (SPJC) held its 2013 graduation ceremony on Saturday, June 6th at the Rafael Angel Nuñez Auditorium. Eighteen graduates walked the isle to receive their Associate Degree. The ceremony commenced a little after 7PM with the Salutatory Address delivered by Roxette Munoz followed by the Dean’s Report by Dean of SPJC, Gustavo Ellis. Imar Rafael Reyes, having obtained the highest marks throughout the school years, was named Valedictorian. Addressing the graduates as Guest Speaker was Miriam Codd-Pott, San Pedro Education officer. Patron of SPJC 2013 Graduation commencement, Mayor Daniel Guerrero and his wife, Sarah Guerrero distributed the diplomas to the graduates. After their rendition of “This World is Yours” by Julie Duren, Heidy Monterroso delivered the Vote of Thanks.

Graduates included: Jason Chee, Alicia Cisneros, Mirza Enriquez, Judith Izaguirre, Keylin Ramos, Imar Reyes, Lina Martinez and Heidy Monterroso received their Associate Degree in Business Administration Majoring in Accounting. Receiving their Associate Degree in Business Management were Alice Badillo, Ana Janet Chavez, Alfonso Graniel, Roxette Munoz, Ana Elizabeth Reyes, Martha Rosado, and Martha Tamai. Jose Chuc, Jorge Rivero and Shantell Pascacio obtained their Associate Degree in Tourism Management.

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The San Pedro Sun congratulates all graduates on a job well done.

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