Student council members take the responsibility to lead our students. They model Christ-like behavior for our students. Under the supervision of a faculty member, they plan and lead events throughout the year.
Positions and Descriptions
Councils usually have a president who is elected by students in the school. Students can learn about how elections work by running their own. Students must promote themselves, communicating the benefits that other students will get from the presidential candidate. Once elected, the student president runs the council. The student president can call for meetings. To set a good example, presidents often must maintain high grades.
The vice president of the council is chosen by the president and has authority when the president is not available. The vice president also handles issues related to public relations and fulfills duties when asked by the president. The vice president is often responsible for directing committees. The vice president must maintain high grades, like the president.
The student secretary keeps track of information in the council. The secretary must keep accurate minutes, allowing the council to have a record of student decisions. The secretary updates the class list. The secretary also reports information taken from the treasury and handles correspondence.
The treasurer manages all financial aspects of the council, including the deposits and expenditures of the student council. The treasurer often presents information during any business meetings held by the class. When the council or school needs more funding, the treasurer is often put in charge of fundraising.
Commissioner of Religion
The Commissioner of Religion leads the school in morning prayer and pledge of allegiance daily. The religion officier oftens helps plan and organize with the help of the coordinator and principal of religious events.
Commissioner of Extra Curricular
The Commissioner of Extra Curricular informs the students of when the sports teams play and location. They also will inform the school of results from games.
If your children or students are interested in joining Student Council, please contact the School office for more information.
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