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Most if not all, I believe, are familiar with the saying, “All good things must come to an end.” Human nature would cause us to frown when something good finally ends. But I remember an author say, “Every ending is also a beginning. We just don’t know it at the time.” It is with great privilege, that I lead this turnover ceremony, filled not with sadness for the ending of my term, nor with regrets for the things I have failed to do in my position, but only hopeful of the next and many other generations of leaders to come. I would like to take this opportunity to thank my fellow students for entrusting me to your care. I thank the teachers for the utmost support and guidance for the past year. Surely, the successes of the student council government are not only to the merit of the members, but also to all of you. I understand that a year of leadership could never be enough to address every student’s concern. As I turnover this Key of Responsibility, I also am turning over the many student issues and concerns that I have failed to address before. Receive this key and do not deem this as a burden or a cross to carry, for leadership is a privilege of the few. But remember, that it is a privilege that will cause you hardships; it is not for the faint of heart. Contrary to what you may see, the real key of responsibility is intangible. It is not a mere prop to accessorize this program. Therefore, to the next leaders and members of the Student Council Government 2016-2017, take this key of responsibility with utmost commitment and dedication to serve. To all of my fellow students, I believe that you, as well, are receiving a key of responsibility – a responsibility to cooperate, and work with the council in directing and fulfilling its goals.
There is a reason why a mass of students is called a student body; and that’s because we all are entrusted with duties that will allow our school to animate and grow.…...

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