Student Council

Grades 4-8

PURPOSE: The Student Council is established: to promote the general welfare of the student body, to promote communication between faculty and student body, to serve as the official agency for the expression of student opinion in the formation of school policy, to develop leadership abilities among the students, to instill Christian values, to be of service to others in the school and community, to generate school spirit, and to raise funds to be used at the Student Council’s discretion. 

OFFICERS: The role of an officer is assigned each year based on elections and the needs of the council itself.  Each officer has accepted their assigned position as of June 2023 and will serve until June 2024, if the officer…

  • is present, on-time and prepared for each meeting (missing more than 1 meeting a trimester without cause may result in dismissal)

  • maintains good grades (As and Bs) throughout the school year (regularly missing or late work is cause for dismissal)

  • serves the SPC community as a positive role model by following the rules of the school, being respectful to members of the school community (disciplinary offenses are reviewed and may result in dismissal)

Annual Elections for Officers take place in May for the following school year. P/VP roles are open to in-coming 8th graders. All other roles are open to in-coming 7th and 8th graders. Officers meet twice a week and occasionally come in early or stay late to help with big events. Homeroom Representative elections take place in September and reps attend meetings once a month to brainstorm event ideas, give feedback on activities and to help inform each homeroom of what's coming next!

2023 Updates and Activities
October Events 23


2022-2023 Updates and Activities

In August, the 2022-23 Student Council Officers reported for duty!
Our first project, painting an SPC mural with the help of Ms. Whalen.
Final Mural