From left: teacher Justin Koren, council member Mary Ann Mixon, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin, principal Lucas De La Torre, Mayor Peggy Bell, student government president Autumn LeBron, student government treasurer Livan Bec, founding principal Yamilla Carballo and daughter, teacher Marshall Ruffo, council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle stand with a proclamation for Cutler Bay Senior High School.
From left: teacher Justin Koren, council member Mary Ann Mixon, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin, principal Lucas De La Torre, Mayor Peggy Bell, student government president Autumn LeBron, student government treasurer Livan Bec, founding principal Yamilla Carballo and daughter, teacher Marshall Ruffo, council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle stand with a proclamation for Cutler Bay Senior High School.
From left: teacher Justin Koren, council member Mary Ann Mixon, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin, principal Lucas De La Torre, Mayor Peggy Bell, student government president Autumn LeBron, student government treasurer Livan Bec, founding principal Yamilla Carballo and daughter, teacher Marshall Ruffo, council members Roger Coriat and Sue Ellen Loyzelle stand with a proclamation for Cutler Bay Senior High School.

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