In attempts to give students an opportunity to get ready for finals week, Student Council will be hosting a study session in the library on Sunday, Dec. 15 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. All students are welcome, and encouraged to bring friends.
Beginning mid October, Student Council members have been putting together community lockers. These lockers are for students who need hygiene products and basic necessities that they may not be able to get at home.
With Halloween around the corner, Student Council has ensured that the spooky spirit of October will be represented around school by lining the halls with themed posters and organizing a Halloween dress-up week.
Student Council is a student run program with the help of the new advisor, Daniel Ward. Get to know the student body and senior class representatives.
Student Council organized the annual Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) District 3 (D3) Spring Conference on Feb. 23 on campus. With over 750 students and 100 advisors in attendance, StuCo had planned the day down to the minute, an entire year in advance.
Student Council will host a sock drive that begins on Tuesday, Jan. 8 and will end on Thursday, Jan. 31. Students who wish to donate must bring new or gently used socks to the collection box outside of the library.
Student Council has come up with dress up days to kick off the week before finals, and has deemed Monday, Dec. 10 through Friday, Dec. 14 Holiday Week. Holiday Week is a week that helps students get into the holiday spirit, help them to have fun, and not be as stressed for finals.
The senior class officers and the sponsor have worked tireless hours this year to make sure all the senior fundraisers and events are executed correctly. Due all of the officers coming from different backgrounds and organizations, they are easily able to gain various perspectives in hopes of creating more harmony throughout the school.