Student Council

PURPOSE OF STUDENT COUNCIL

Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults.  The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and overseeing morning devotionals, carrying out school activities and service projects, and leadership trips.  In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.
The function of the student council is based upon parliamentary procedures.  Ideas are presented, voted upon and confirmed by the student body president.  Any student that is interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the school are welcome to become involved.

 

STRUCTURE OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL

The Senior Class for ages 12-18 will consist of a president, 2 vices and a secretary. This is a year long position that a student will apply to.

  • The Class President will oversee morning devotionals to make sure they are ran correctly, fundraisers for leadership trips.
  • First Vice President will oversee temple trips, and quarter class activities
  • Second Vice President will oversee weekly service projects
  • Secretary will set up room, calendar, take notes, give reminders, and oversee Birthdays and Thank you cards.

 

EXPECTATIONS FOR THE STUDENT OFFICERS

  • Senior Class Officers will be expected to maintain the highest grooming, dress, and behavior standards, so they can be role models for the rest of the students. They are also expected to demonstrate strong academic progress throughout the year.
  • Officers will need to be early for class preparation and to greet.
  • Officers must be in attendance no later than 8:15am
  • Officers should be prepared to participate in school functions.
  • Officers will organize and conduct daily devotionals or special occasions.
  • Officers may be invited to participate in a number of seminars and conferences throughout the year, including summer and school months. Topics will include education, patriotism, history and the U.S. Constitution.
  • Senior Officers to be able to maintain the position, must be self-governing with their goals, and show leadership in their work.
    Candidates for Senior Class Officer will be interviewed by the GJK Academy Utah County Parent Advisory Council.

YOUNGER CLASSES

  • Each Class will also have a student council consisting of a President, and 2 Vice presidents.
  • Both president and vices will rotate conducting devotionals, and oversee room cleanliness, and morning greeting
  • Junior B ages 9-11 will hold position for 4 months
  • Junior A ages 6-8 will hold position monthly rotating
  • Junior Prep ages 4-5 will hold position monthly rotating