The purpose of Student Council is to foster spiritual growth, promote good citizenship and school spirit, and encourage stewardship throughout the school community. Students are required to observe the school’s academic and behavioral policies as stated in the St. Leander School Handbook.
The Student Council is composed of elected representatives from grades seven and eight under the supervision of a faculty moderator. Student Council members’ actions and attitudes must reflect a Christian ethic and their behavior must be in accordance with the moral and religious expectations as stated in our school’s philosophy and mission statements.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR STUDENT COUNCIL ARE:
- Follow classroom and school rules and regulations.
- Be responsible and dependable.
- Attend and participate in Student Council meetings.
- Be actively involved in school activities.
- Be a leader and an example to all of the students.
- Be able to see activities through to their completion.
- Must maintain no grade lower that a “C” in all subjects.
To remain a member of the Student Council, academic and behavioral progress and attendance at meetings will be monitored on a regular basis by the middle school teachers and the administration. To ensure eligibility for a council position, students must receive approval from their homeroom teacher, one other middle school teacher, the principal and vice principal.