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  • What is Student Government?

    Student Government is a student-based civic organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students.

    Students participating in all levels of the SGA will maintain a high standard of personal conduct. Government members will demonstrate leadership qualities by serving as good examples of behavior through their words and actions.

    All Government members will be expected to participate in approved activities, which will serve to enhance the quality of both the physical and behavior environment of the school.

    The purpose of SGA is:

    1. To develop positive attitudes and to practice good citizenship.
    2. To promote harmonious relations throughout the entire school.
    3. To improve student/faculty relationships.
    4. To improve school morale and general welfare.
    5. To provide a forum for student expression.
    6. To plan special events or projects.


    Benefits of being involved in student council include: the opportunity to improve reading and writing skills, gain experience in public speaking, and learn how to make a positive impact on the school and community environment.  In addition, SGA serves as a chance to make new friends and work with a wide variety of people.

     Objectives of the SGA are to:

    1. Provide a democratic forum in which students can address those school-related issues which affect their lives.
    2. Maintain open communication between students and school staff.
    3. Train students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship.

    Students must be very responsible people who are willing to work hard.   As SGA members, you will be called to serve other students by representing their issues.  The council does not have the power to change policies, only to voice student opinion.

    SGA will be involved in many community-minded projects.

    1. School beautification.  Clean up, painting, repairing, etc.
    2. Community service.  Food drives, recycling projects, book drives.
    3. Student opinion polls, student council newsletter, etc.
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