Student Honor Council Requirements and Mission

Student Honor Council is a service-learning leadership organization that emphasizes citizenship, academics, leadership skills, and good attendance in school. 

Students make a commitment to help others in our school, community, state, and at a national level. 

Students are encouraged to become leaders in our school and provide support for those who are interested in developing these skills.

Student Council Election
Parent Permission Letter

Dear Parent,
     Your son/daughter has shown an interest in applying for a position in Student Council, but must have your permission.

                The Student Council is composed of students whose primary roles are:

1. to inform school administration about student concerns

2. to organize, plan, and coordinate social functions for students

3. to organize, plan, and coordinate student involvement in community service projects

4. to assist with special school functions

5. to serve as an official good-will ambassador for the school

Student Council builds character and develops leadership, confidence, responsibility, organization, and teamwork; but all of this takes a student’s time and energy.  There will be times when students need to be at school before and after classes.  It is a time-consuming, but rewarding responsibility.

This is only a parent permission slip you are signing.  Students must be selected according to the criteria listed.  Parents have the right to know about the challenge that is involved once a student is selected.  You must decide whether your son/daughter has the time available to serve the school and fellow students before you sign.

Please also consider these expectations to be met throughout the school year in order to continue membership on the MCMS Student Honor Council:

· Students cannot miss more than 3 Student Honor Council Meetings that are held during their lunch time. 

· Students must volunteer for 5 service projects. 

· Students must maintain good attendance.

· Students may receive no BSR or out-of-school suspensions. Students will be removed immediately at the discretion of the principal or advisers.

· Students may not earn D’s or F’s on their nine-week report card

and must maintain a C average.

Please sign, if you give your consent, and have your son/daughter return this permission slip to Mrs. Boles or Mr. Morrison by June 4th.  Thank you.

_______________Parent/Guardian Signature________________  Student Signature

Completed Applications are due to Mrs. Boles & Mr. Morrison by AUGUST 11th, 2017.

If selected, the 1st meeting will be held during 8th period rotation classes.


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