Student Council

Each Fall Villa students elect a Student Council comprised of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, commissioner of spiritual affairs, and commissioner of school spirit. Additionally, each classroom in Grades 4-8 elects class representatives to the Student Council. The Student Council participates in many activities including community service activities, new student orientation, and other special school functions, including dances and the Talent Show.

Election Information

2013-14 Student Council

Adolphus A.       Co-Presidents

& Joe S.

John O.              Vice President

Adolphus & Joe  Secretary

Cooper C.           Treasurer

Mira W.               Commissioner of Spiritual Affairs

Maia M.               Commissioner of School Spirit

 

A Student Council Officer is a leader who:

Follows and supports school rules
Shows respect for self and others
Demonstrates responsibility
Speaks up on behalf of his or her class
Models good behavior
Is punctual and organized
Maintains a 3.0 cumulative GPA
Is not placed on academic or social probation
Participates in all Student Council activities
Performs the specific duties of his or her office
Attends Student Council meetings regularly
Promotes Student Council activities
Acts as a good steward for Villa Academy

Eligibility Requirements  – Officers must be in Grade 8.

President

Student must prepare agendas for meetings.

Vice President

Student must directly assist the president.
Student must assume leadership in president’s absence.

Treasurer

Student must organize and keep accurate records of treasury funds.
Student must assist in fundraisers.

Commissioner of School Spirit

Student must help to organize Spirit Days, Talent Shows, and other school spirit activities.
Student must prepare Monday morning sports reports.

Secretary

Student must assist President in setting meeting agendas.
Student must keep minutes at all meetings.
Student must provide all officers and moderator with copies of minutes.

Commissioner of Spiritual Affairs

Student need not be Catholic but must uphold and demonstrate the Principles of Catholic
Social Teaching summarized as follows:
1. Life and dignity of the human person
2. Call to family, community, and participation
3. Rights and responsibilities
4. Preferential option for the poor and
vulnerable
5. Dignity of work and the rights of workers
6. Solidarity
7. Care for God’s creation

Student must prepare Monday morning prayers.
Student must prepare prayers for special activities.

Student Council Forms

PDF Link2014 Talent Show Registration Form – Due 12/20