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Student Board Members

Second Semester Student Board Members




Central Coast High School - Cody Henley

Cody is in his final semester at Central Coast where has been a student for 1.5 years. He came to CCHS because many of his credits from a prior high school in Sacramento did not transfer properly which meant he would not graduate on time. Cody has previously attended Foothill and Bayview elementary schools in our district.

Cody could have returned to the comprehensive high school last year but chose to stay at Central Coast. His current GPA is 3.09. His plans for the future include attendance at MPC where he is interested in Business, Photography, and Filmmaking.

We are delighted to have Cody represent staff and student at Central Coast HS.

Marina High School - Ella Goto

Ella is a senior at Marina High School and currently has a 4.17 GPA.  She has applied to many colleges including UC Irvine and San Jose State.  Ella was recently accepted at San Francisco State University and CSU East Bay.  She plans on majoring in business administration management and hopes to be a top executive at Google or Apple.  Ella is a scholar athlete and loves sports because it is a great way to learn how to be a team player and leader.  She is very excited and ready for the upcoming varsity softball season. When Ella is not busy with school work or sports, her favorite thing to do is sing and play her ukulele. 

Monterey High School - Mary Mayone

Monterey High is proud to introduce Mary Mayone as its second-semester student board member. Mary is a senior at Monterey High and is currently serving as the ASB President. Mary is a part of the MAOS, an academy at Monterey High that specializes in math and science. Mary is the President of the GSA Club and a MAOS Ambassador. Mary has been involved in leadership for 3 years, sophomore year she was Class Secretary / Treasurer and junior year she was Class Vice President. She is an active member in her community volunteering for AFRP for many years. After high school, she plans to attend a four-year university studying International Relations. Her top choices include UCSB and Cal Poly.

Seaside High School - Samone Johnson

Samone Johnson is a senior at Seaside High School. Samone is the daughter of Steven and Sharmain Johnson. This year Samone is the ASB President. She is also a member of Seaside High's National Honor Society and a four-year member of the Orchestra and Black Student Association. This year Samone also earned recognition as a first team MLB All League player for volleyball. While Samone has been involved in numerous school activities she has not let it affect her grades. currently, Samone has a cumulative GPA of 4.37. Samone plans on attending UC Davis or Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the fall studying animal science and will eventually become a veterinarian.

First Semester Student Board Members

Seaside High School - Elijah Standifer

Elijah.jpgSeaside High School is pleased to introduce Elijah Standifer as its student board member representative. Elijah is a senior at Seaside High School, and he is school Treasurer, as well as Treasurer for the NCBI Club. He is a four-year cadet of Seaside High's JROTC program and Color Guard Commander. Upon graduation Elijah plans on working towards becoming an educational specialist at a wildlife educational institution such as an aquarium or zoo.

Monterey High School - Ciana Hartman

Ciana.jpgMonterey High School is proud to introduce Ciana Hartman as its student board member representative. Ciana is a senior at Monterey High, and is currently serving as the school's Associated Student Body Vice President. Ciana is a member of Monterey High's rigorous MAOS Academy, and maintains a 4.5 cumulative GPA. She has been in leadership for two years and is involved in both the garden club and the outdoor club. She is a very active member of her community, taking part in service projects inside and outside of school. In addition to her community service, she's also completed an internship with a spine surgeon at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. After high school, she plans to attend a 4 year university and later medical school, with the intent of becoming a pediatric surgeon.

Marina High School - Lauren DiMaggio

Lauren.jpgMarina High School is proud to introduce Lauren DiMaggio as its student board representative. Lauren is a senior at Marina High School and currently has a 4.33 GPA. Her schedule is filled with AP courses, including AP Biology, AP Government, AP Literature, AP Statistics. She is passionate about improving the culture on the Marina High School campus, and was elected Associated Student Body President by her peers.

This year she is working to make Marina High's 10th year anniversary special by planning the best Homecoming in the school's history.  Lauren is a well-rounded student who enjoys roller skating at Water City and using mixed media to create works of art. She plans to further her education after high school and is applying to four year universities, including Stanford and Berkeley. She aspires to be an aerospace engineer.

Central Coast High School - Madison Lewis

Madisson.jpgMadison Lewis is a 17-year old senior, born in Fresno CA, and raised in a small town called Kingsburg, right outside Fresno. She jokingly remarks, "If you were driving, you’d blink and miss Kingsburg."

She lived in Kingsburg with her older brother and Mom, until her sophomore year. As a child raised in a divorced family, there were times were she lived with her dad in Fresno during her sophomore year. It was during this time when school became difficult. She was homeschooled for a portion of her sophomore year, and because it wasn’t the type of education one would typically expect from home schooling, she fell behind because the work was so daunting and overwhelming.

She then moved with her mom to Monterey, and that’s when reality of where she was academically hit her. When registering at Monterey High, she realized she was too far behind in credits to begin her junior year, and was referred to Central Coast High School.

Her goal was to return to Monterey High, once she regained her credits. However, she has built a family of friends at CCHS and thoroughly enjoys the staff.

Madison’s immediate plans following graduation are to:

  • Attend MPC and then transfer to a four-year university. She isn’t quite sure where yet, but that’s the fun part getting to choose.

  • Take a gap year, and travel the length of California to explore all the beauty the state has to offer.

Her ultimate goal is to become a radiologist after a visit to CHOMP in her health careers class. She was able to see what a radiologist does and realized she is really good at math. She believes that being a doctor and saving lives is something she wants to do. In five years she hopes to be somewhere enjoying life.