Student activities are grouped into four areas. Consider the many possibilities presented to you. All students are encouraged to participate in one or more activities. Think about those for which you have the interest, ability, and also about those which might present a challenge for you. Notification of these activities will usually be included in the morning announcements and advertised on posters around the building.
For more information about whom to contact, see Mrs. Krapf in the Student Activities Office, Room B101.
These leadership positions will require that you take an active and responsible role in reflecting the feelings of the student body as a whole. You will organize and promote activities that support school spirit, a healthy school climate, and respect for all.Positions and Responsibilities
Each member of the Student Council is expected to do the following:
- Attend all meetings
- Actively participate in all Student Council activities (including dances, regional and state conferences, fundraisers, etc.)
They are led by a group of freshman council members selected in the fall. They help coordinate a fundraiser, sponsor a dance, and promote all Student Council activities.
Advisors: Mrs. Cutts & Mrs. Michaud – Room B114/B113
They are led by their four class officers elected the previous spring and sophomore council members selected in the fall. They also have a fundraiser, sponsor a dance, and promote Student Council activities.
Advisors: Mrs. Ferzoco & Mrs. Waterhouse Room: Guidance
They are led by their four class officers elected the previous spring. They sponsor the Junior Prom and promote Student Council activities.
Advisors: Mrs. Borden & Mr. Printzlau Room: D114/D116
Junior Prom Committee
Junior officer-led group that makes decisions about the “big event” at the end of the year.
They are led by their four class officers elected the previous spring. They assist in plans for fundraising; Senior Banquet, cap and gown dispersal, graduation activities, and promote Student Council activities.
Advisors: Mrs. Roberge & Mr. Connolly Room: E101
Each class will also have a group of students who are chosen by a selection process in the fall to assist the class officers in their responsibilities.
They are led by their four class officers elected the previous spring. They assist in plans for Senior Banquet, cap and gown measurements, graduation activities, and promote Student Council activities.
This is the student government organization led by school-elected student council officers, class officers and selected Council members. They are sometimes consulted by school administrators on school issues. They run the spirit rallies, assemblies, and oversee Winnacarnival, Spirit Week and other school activities. They also participate in charitable fundraising.
Advisors: Mrs. Fegan, Guidance Department & Associate Principal, Mr. Daboul