The Associated Student Body of St. John’s School consists of a Board of Commissioners and a Student Council. Students are elected as an officer or appointed as a commissioner for a term of one year to serve their fellow students, the school, and the community in various ways. Student Council officers are required to maintain a B average.
The purpose of the Student Council is:
- To promote good citizenship
- To encourage a high standard of scholarship
- To arouse school spirit
- To demonstrate the practical application of democracy
- To encourage students to respect justice and peace
- To grow as a community, respecting others’ opinions and supporting one another
- To prepare students to serve their community with Christian values
- To advance the welfare of the school and its members
- To help students become respected citizens and active members of the faith community
Co-curricular activities that involve student council include supporting various charities, hosting middle school socials, encouraging recycling efforts, and participating in the St. Mary’s Association of Student Councils.
This is the first post in the new Student Council blog!