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Student Council Surveys

Good morning,

The Student Council strives to connect you, the administration, Chartwells and the PTA. We are YOUR voice so let us know what you want by responding to 2 surveys.

 

A lunch survey is online. Please respond today if you can. The results will be shared at the Lunch Club meeting on Thursday23.  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/B6F85S9

Questions about X-Block and Life 101 will be asked by your advisory liaison this week. If s/he is absent, tell your advisor who will email your opinions and suggestions to Paul M. (Grades 6-9) or Hibah (Grades 10-12)

Please don’t hesitate to make suggestions and tell us what you need or want to change.

The Student Council

Student Council Camp

Dear teachers,

On Friday, September 1, Student Council will have its annual Student Council Camp.
Students are to report to the third floor of the Centre, in the board meeting roomimmediately after checking in with advisors at 8 am.

All MYP/DP Student Council members will be missing Extended Advisory and Block One to attend this camp. Students will be back in classes at 9:40 am, for Block Two.

 

Grade 12:  Willy, Sarah 

Grade 11:  Hibah, Runzhi, Alicia 

Grade 10:  Angela, Winston, Zhen (Michelle)  

Grade 9:  Paul, Yoonji, Luigi  

Grade 8:  Amy, Yunchae (Chloe) 

Grade 7:  Chi (Summer)

Grade 6:  Victoria  

Thank you very much and have a nice week!
Sarah Nappi and Willy Wang

Student Council Sale

what : books (history, fiction, fun, English, French), clothes, jewelry, scarves, soft toys, stickers, toys and more …

where : outside the library

when : Tuesday 16

what time : 2:30 to 4:00

All proceeds go to Amy Yang Fund
Bring some change !

Student Council Elections – Last call !

Do you want to be the Student Council PRESIDENT or VICE-PRESIDENT
in 2017-18?

Requirements:

  1. Commit 1 to 2 hours to the Student Council every week
  2. Be a good leader
  3. Be proactive and reactive
  4. Be responsible and organized
  5. Make decisions
  6. Delegate tasks
  7. Be enthusiastic
  8. Listen to others’ suggestions
  9. Attend one 40-minute meeting every week
  10. Write a weekly agenda

If you have ALL these skills
and are in Grade 9 or above next year
write a statement
explaining why you would be a good (Vice-) President
and bring it to D216 before April 26, 4 p.m.

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