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Student Council Elections for 2015-16

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Note:  Student Council applications are now available.  Student Body Officer applications have ended. 

What is Student Council?

The Student Council class is designed to develop personal leadership skills and an understanding of group processes in a democratic society. It seeks to foster in students a better understanding of themselves and the capacity for leadership; to create an understanding of the importance of leadership in a democratic society; and to prepare students to assume leadership roles in the school and community. The following are activities to be planned, but are not limited to:
  • Spirit Weeks
  • Pep Assemblies
  • Homecoming Week
  • Wish Week
  • Community Service
Each member of Student Council is to set an appropriate example for others at all times (both in and out of the classroom). Students will be required to promote school spirit and pride, attend all Student Council activities, cooperate with others, be positive, and be willing to go the extra mile.


How do I apply for Student Council (StuCo)?

To apply for StuCo, students must meet the following conditions:
  • Submit 3 Teacher Recommendations (current StuCo: 1 rec must be from a class sponsor)
  • Submit District Participation Waiver
  • Complete an application, including grades and signatures
  • Sign up for an interview with Ms. Huddleston
StuCo applications are due April 10 at 3:00pm. Interviews will be scheduled over the following week and a half.


Student Body Officers (StuBo)

To apply for StuBo, students must meet the following conditions:
  • Will be a senior at the start of the next school year
  • Have at least one year of experience in StuCo
  • Submit 4 Teacher Recommendations (1 rec from a class sponsor)
  • Submit District Participation Waiver
  • Complete an application, including grades and signatures
  • Sign up for an interview with Ms. Huddleston
StuBo applications are due Friday, March 6 by 3:00pm. Interviews will be scheduled for the following week.


Teacher Recommendations

Recommendations make up 25% of the application score. These recommendations are confidential and will never be seen by the applicant. With this in mind, please be very honest in your responses. Please use the link at the right to complete a recommendation.


Have questions?

Talk to Ms. Lauren Huddleston in Office 2013D or call (720)747-3678.
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