Student Council Positions

Student Council Officer Positions, 2016-2017

President:

  • Lead all meetings
  • Give assistance, guidance, and praise
  • Act as a facilitator during discussion
  • Maintain frequent contact with faculty and administration
  • Work with advisor on all planning
  • Participate in student council sponsored activities/events

Vice President:

  • Work closely with President
  • Assume President’s duties when needed
  • Work with President and Treasurer in preparing calendar and budget
  • Assist the President in preparing meeting agendas

Treasurer:

  • Oversee council expenses and revenues
  • Maintain an accurate and detailed financial record
  • Give monetary advice to the council
  • Authorize payment/deposits
  • Work with President and Vice President in preparing calendar and budget

Secretary:

  • Keep an account of minutes at every meeting
  • Keep an accurate account of attendance at every meeting
  • Help maintain student council files
  • Maintain contact information for people who work with the council

Public Relations Director:

  • Keep student body informed of events, fundraisers, and service projects
  • Obtain approval for events
  • Responsible for communication between schools
  • Help maintain student council website

Grade Level Senator:

  • Represent the needs of your grade level at meetings
  • Communicate with your grade level about student council decisions

If you are not elected to student council as an officer, you may also participate as a committee member in one of the following committees:

  • Events Committee
  • School Spirit Committee
  • Teacher Liaison Committee