Welcome to Student Council 2018-19
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What is Student Council?
Whitewater Middle School Student Council is dedicated to promoting youth leadership in our school community.

The members are involved with leadership practice, idea sharing, idea implementation, and networking among fellow students. Students that choose to join Student Council have a variety of ways to positively affect our school climate.

What committees can I be a part of?
  Three main committees-Fundraising, School Spirit, and Community Service

Fundraising: organize and run a variety of money making activities for Student Council and school
        Concessions-sell snacks and drinks during sporting events.
        Funds for Friends-gather receipts and total for money back from Sentry.
        Ice Cream Sales-Sell ice cream during lunch hours.
        Whippet Wear Sales-Students sell whippet wear during conferences and organize orders.
School Spirit: Help students gain a school pride and excitement for school activities and events.
        Activity nights-help in organization of activity nights and lunch time activities. 
        Assembly-organize and take part in running whole school assemblies. 
        Bulletin Boards-keep the student body up to date with current events and pictures.
        Election-be part of decorating and planning of the October election.
        Positive Coupons-Pick winners and announce at end of day. Promote positive environment in school.
        Photography-record school events by picture taking. 
        Teacher lounge-decorate for specific occasions. Recognize staff etc.
        Winterfest-February week of fun, spirit and togetherness.
Community Service:  donate your time and services to the community and school                 
        Calendar-complete the monthly calendar in the cafeteria
        Cancer Awareness-come up with ideas to raise money for cancer research-April
        Bookfairs-help out with these activities
        Box Tops for Education-help PTO in collecting and sending in box tops.
        International Child-send money, cards, and letters to a sponsored child 
        Red Ribbon Week-organize and run week in October.
        Track meets-work to help out during track meets in Spring.
WASC Conference-attend the District IV Fall Student Council Conference 
Why should I join?
You can have a voice that will impact school climate
It helps to prepare you for student government and honor societies in high school
You can practice working in a group of people with similar goals

How do I join?
Step #1 Complete the application form and parent form
Step #2 Attend all meetings (held one time a month)
Step #3 Get involved and stay active!!!
Step #4 Maintain good grades and behavior
step #5 Join Remind use class code wwsc1
How do I become a Student Council Representative?
There are presidents and vice presidents at each grade level.  Students who are interested in becoming a class president need to find a running mate.  The election begins with a primary in September where two cabinets are selected for the October election.  A vigorous campaign process follows with the cabinets getting their platform messages out to the student body.  The election process culminates with the student election that includes a debate, voting by the student body, and a variety of professional speakers from our area.  This is an exciting event at Whitewater Middle School and students are encouraged to be a part of the process!

Are there any field trips?
Yes.  Student Council participates in an annual trip.  Students who have been active in at least four activities, attended all but two meetings, and academically meet the requirements are invited to be a part of this fun day.  The trip usually takes place in May or June.  

Mrs. Fero and Ms. Spaeth