The Junior High Student Council is comprised of CMCA students in Grades 7 and 8, elected by their peers early in the school year. The Council includes four officer positions (President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer) and one homeroom representative for each of the students' first period. Junior High School faculty member Mrs. Katy Metzger serves as the staff advisor to the Junior High Student Council.
The focus of the Council is:
The Council discusses many issues throughout the school year and supports exciting student projects and initiatives, such as Jr. High dances (Halloween, Christmas, and Valentines Day), a Thanksgiving canned food drive and Thursday morning donut and hot cocoa sales as fundraisers. Meetings are held regularly, and information is communicated throughout the student body. The student body, in turn, has the opportunity to exchange ideas and offer suggestions through their homeroom representatives, to foster a healthy and productive dialogue which benefits the entire Junior High School program.
- To foster a spirit of cooperation among students and faculty
- To promote and encourage activities for the best interest of the school
- To develop good citizens and leaders through experience in government
- To provide a means for student expression
- To encourage student involvement
- To promote school spirit
- To represent and make decisions on behalf of the interest of the student body
Minutes of each scheduled meeting's agenda and related topics are recorded and are available for viewing. To view minutes of previous Junior High Student Council meetings, click on the link above labeled "Meeting Minutes."
The members of the Junior High Student Council
for the 2012-2013 school year are:
|Tony Duffy (Choman)
||Daniel Simons (Gomberg)
|Laura Green (Dallin)
||Tyler Northcutt (Horton)
|Sami Kehm (DeRosa)
||Fletcher Erksine (Sterling)
|Gabe Swafford (Duff)
||Katie Hall (Stickel)
For more information on Junior High Student Council, please contact Mrs. Metzger by E-Mail at email@example.com.
Watch this space throughout the year for news and events sponsored by the Junior High Student Council...