Position Responsibilities

Student Council Association (SCA)

SCA is made up of 18 students representing grades 9-12.  SCA works to promote a positive school environment. Specific duties/responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Homecoming (spirit week activities, pep rally and spirit stick), Thanksgiving assembly, fall and spring philanthropic activities (past activities have included food drives, book drives, and blood drives) and hosting the SCA Spring Olympics.  All SCA activities focus on school wide initiatives.

Elected Positions

Position description including duties, roles, responsibilities

President

  • One Senior (must have previously held an SCA office)
  • Collaborate with sponsor and vice presidents to set meeting agendas, projects, etc.
  • Collaborate with sponsors to hold officers accountable
  • Attend all Principal Advisory Board meetings
  • Attend all PTA meetings (1 per month)
First Vice President

  • One Junior – Second Vice President
  • One Sophomore -Third Vice President
  • One Freshman- elected in fall election
  • Attend all SCA meetingsAssist President in setting agenda for meetingsAttend rotating (every third) PTA meetings with President
  • Fill in for President when absent
  • Seek feedback from classmates and brings their ideas to meetings
  • Participate in and support all SCA initiatives
  • Encourage school wide participation in initiatives/activities
Communications Coordinator

  • One-open to any grade level – elected during spring election.

 

  • Attend all SCA meetings
  • Responsible for all communication regarding SCA.  This would include but is not limited to the following tasks:
    • communicate meeting
    • dates/reminders to members-act as a liaison to school
    • newspaper and yearbook-organize all necessary
    • information for the morning announcements
    • write thank yous on behalf of SCA
  • Take notes/minutes for each meeting
  • Share notes/minutes from all meetings
  • Take attendance for allmeetings/activities
Historian

  • One-open to any grade level – elected during spring election

 

  • Document (photo/video/written record) all SCA sponsored activities
  • Update SCA bulletin board
  • Coordinate with sponsors to update website
  • Collaborate with Communications Coordinator to make sure all meeting dates, times, locations are posted on website/Twitter/Facebook
Senators (3 per grade) – Freshmen elected in fall election
  • Attend all SCA meetings AND all class government meetings
  • Serve as a liaison between SCA and their class
  • Represent the entire class to the SCASeek feedback from classmates and bring their ideas to meetings
  • Participate in and support all SCA and class initiatives
  • Encourage classmates to participate in initiatives/activities

Class Government

Each grade has a “class government” which is composed of four students and a faculty sponsor.  Class governments work to promote a positive environment for their grade level and the school.  Specific duties/responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Homecoming (spirit week activities, pep rally and spirit stick), class fundraisers, and class philanthropic activities in the winter and spring (i.e., stream clean-ups), and participation in the SCA Spring Olympics.

Elected Positions

Position description including duties, roles, responsibilities

President
  • Collaborate with class sponsors to set meeting dates, times, location (should hold at least ONE MEETING PER MONTH)
  • Collaborate with class sponsor to set meeting agenda
  • Ensure meeting agendas are in line with the class’s responsibilities for each year
  • Facilitate all meetings
  • Delegate responsibilities when support is needed
  • Collaborate with sponsors to hold officers accountable
Vice-President
  • Attend all class meetings
  • Assist/support President; fill in when needed
  • Participate in and support ALL class initiatives/activities
  • Encourage class/school participation in initiatives/activities
Secretary
  • Attend all class meetings
  • Responsible for all communication regarding the class.  This would include but is not limited to:
    • communicate meeting dates/reminders to officers
    • organize all necessary information for the morning announcements
    • write thank yous on behalf of the class
  • Take notes/minutes from each meeting
  • Share notes/minutes from all meetings
  • Take attendance for all meetings/activities
  • Participate in and support ALL class initiatives/activities
  • Encourage class/school participation in
    initiatives/activities
Treasurer
  • Attend all class meetings
  • Lead the budget setting process to determine fundraising goals for the year
  • Work closely with class sponsors and Ms. Bell in all money-related activities
  • Ensure the class is following school policy in regards to fundraising and the handling of money
  • Participate in and support ALL class initiatives/activities
  • Encourage class/school participation in initiatives/activities