Student Government

Students are elected by their 6th and 7th grade peers in May to serve as officers for the following school year. Those students who are interested should be in good standing academically and behaviorally. Contact the student government advisors for paperwork.

Below you will find explanations of responsibilities which members of student government have as part of the school organization.

Student Government Roles

Governor

  • Presides over all student government meetings
  • Represents our school
  • Chairs all executive committee meetings
  • Helps to create an agenda for all executive meetings

LT. Governor

  • Represents the governor when the governor is unable to attend meetings
  • Helps to make an agenda for the Weekly Executive Council Meetings
  • Responsible for the attendance at the General Student Government Meetings

Secretary

  • Keeps records of all student government meetings
  • Distributes the records and other necessary information to class representatives

Assistant Secretary

  • Assists the secretary in keeping records at the student government meetings
  • Helps the secretary distribute the records other info to class reps
  • Assumes responsibility if the secretary is unable to perform

Treasurer

  • Keeps accurate records of all student government finances
  • Reports on the finances, if asked to

Assistant Treasurer

  • Helps Treasurer keep records of student government finances
  • Assumes responsibility if the treasurer is unavailable to perform

Public Relations

  • Carries on all correspondence on behalf of the student government
  • Helps school become recognized in the community