Student Council

Do you want to be involved and a part of school activities? Participate and exchange ideas to help improve our school? Do you like to lead others? Most importantly, do you like free donuts?

Well then you should definitely consider joining student council! It’s a great way communicating with fellow students and socializing. Junior student Nick Finke says, “The best part of being a part of student council is that you get to coordinate school activities with your peers, making it surprisingly fun.”

Some basic information if you are interested in attending the club is that they meet almost every Tuesday morning at 7:30 am to discuss about upcoming events. The major talk in the club these days are homecoming and spirit week. Members get to decide on the themes of the days for spirit week. Some example ones they have done in the past are decade day, twin day, formal day, super hero vs. villain day, opposite day, etc. For homecoming they’ll talk about who stays to help decorate and to help clean up and the theme for the dance which for this year is Halloween!

I hope I have informed you the fundamentals for the club. If you do want to join up you can do a series of things like talk to Katie Bednar, talk to any of the student council representatives (listed below), or sign up next year during registration. Everyone’s main goal in this club is to strive to make the school activities fun and memorable.

2014 Student Council Representatives:

Junior class:

Laurel Slazinik – secretary

Matt Davis – treasurer

Nina Slazinik – vice president

Lyndon Fabi – president

Senior class:

Justin Meid- president

Nikki Bilger- vice president

Austin Stilger- treasurer

Muhammad Alsaqri- secretary