What is Student Council?
    Student Council organizes and carries out school activities and service projects. 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. Highlights of Student Council are that we provide our veterans with a luncheon, promote Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October, support our local Women's Shelter, and assist Baccalaureate service at graduation.

    The principle purpose of this organization shall be to: unify all student organizations under one general contract, aid in the administration of the school, to promote, in all ways, the best interests of the school, and to encourage student involvement.

    Who can participate and eligibility?  
    Student Council shall consist of students from the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades.  All student council members must have and maintain a cumulative 3.0 grade point average. A student must have been in attendance no less than 85% of the school year during the year he/she chooses to run for an office. Attendance requirement may be waived for certain specific conditions.  Attendance at student council meetings is required.

    Student Council Positions for seniors only:
    President (appointed)
    Vice-President (appointed)
    Secretary (appointed)
    Treasurer (appointed)
    Social Media Coordinator (appointed)
    Volunteer Coordinator/ Beta Club Liaison (appointed)

    STUCO officers 2019-2020
    President- Lauren South
    Vice-President- Kyndal Dollar
    Secretary- Carly Gragg
    Treasurer-Sydney Propst
    Social Media Coordinators-Ryleigh Johnson, Samantha Bolen
    Volunteer Coordinators- Peyton Hoyle

    Millie Hutchinson  mhutchinson@caldwellschools.com
    Shana King            sking@caldwellschools.com