Hey guys and gurlies,
To ALL of you who are attending today's elections/general meeting after school AND who ordered a yearbook:
When you arrive (before or AT 3:05pm) today, find me and give me your yearbook pass. I will make a mass stuco yearbook pickup during the meeting and will distribute your books of memories after the meeting.
Let all stuco member who ordered yearbooks know!
Thanks so much :) and have a super sweet sunny day.
When: Wednesday, May 18th, 2011; 3-4pm
Where: Mrs. Schneider's Room!!
It's time to vote for President, VP, Secretary, Historian and Treasurer. The meeting with begin PROMTPLY at 3:05pm, as we have a TON to do/vote on :) We will have a list of people who are qualified to vote.
NOTE: We understand that the yearbook drop party is at the same time as our last meeting. We will work something out with the yearbook staff and get a list of names of people from Stuco who ordered yearbooks, and we will get them to you! Don't fret :)
SHS Student Council
Spring Retreat/Awards Luncheon
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Bus leaves South @ 11:30am
2025 West River Rd.
Minneapolis, MN 55411
RSVP: email@example.com or on Facebook Event Page
Awards for Student Council service will be presented at this lunch. Please have parents sign permission slip. You will be excused from class but are expected to makeup any work. Can’t wait to see you there!
The main objectives of the Summer Legal Institute are to inspire a diverse students to enter the legal profession, convince them that this profession is attainable, and assist them in college admission and preparation. In addition to these goals, the JTBF Scholars also take away other skills. The mock trial gives the student public speaking experience in front of an actual judge or attorney, and the lessons in basic legal research provide the student with a familiarity certain to be applicable and helpful in a college curriculum. At the end of the day, the SLI endeavors to give the students the resources and confidence to pursue a post-secondary education and beyond.
See link below for more information and application:
Let me know if you are interested in this...
What: Youth Conference on State Issues (Y-CSI)
When: Summer – June 21-23, 2011
Where: Hilton Garden Inn
411 Minnesota Street
St. Paul, MN 55101
Who: High School students - in grades 9-11 for the 2010 – 2011 school year
Statewide enrollment focus
Why: Allow students to examine current state issues and policies in an engaging environment. Students will challenge their current notions of public policy through civil, public discussion and will be given the forum to develop interpersonal, critical thinking and diversity skills.
Method: Students will prepare proposals that offer solutions to issues that confront the state
Students will be placed in committee’s surrounding the overall theme of the conference.
Students will visit agencies that reflect their assigned topic to help them craft a possible solution to that issue **(new)**.
Students will debate these proposals in small committees
Students will determine top 4 proposals from each committee to advance to General Assembly
All students debate top 20 proposals in General Assembly
Vote on best proposed solution from each committee or “lowest” ranked considered authoritative
Structure: 100 student participants (divided into 5 groups of 20 – based on pre-assigned topic areas)
1st day Committee I – Proposal Sharing (Tuesday)
2nd day Field Trips and Committee II (Wednesday)
3rd day General Assembly (Thursday)
ROUNDTABLE – 10 groups of 10 with representation of all topic groups (for evening sharing and debriefing)
Leadership: Each committee will be led/facilitated by the previous year’s elected officers
Presiding Officers will be high school students who are responsible for leading procedure, presiding over debate and giving programmatic direction to participants
Resource Advisors will be college students who are responsible for topic area knowledge and to support Presiding Officers
Adult Advisor – to ensure safety and overall management
Topics: Students will be assigned a committee from the YIG State Office, 5 committees will be chosen that relate to the overall conference theme. Each participant will prepare an informational packet that they will bring to the conference in June. The conference materials (informational packets, packing items, etc.) will be e-mailed or mailed to the participants in May 2011
Below is the list of potential hemes for the conference and some possible topic areas:
Crime & Corrections Economic Development
Domestic Disputes Corporate Taxes
On-line Predators Job Creation
Drugs Product Regulation
Gang Violence Attracting Businesses
Sentencing Guidelines Competition
Prisoner Rights Public Works
Death Penalty Transportation
Identity Theft Trade
Chemical Dependence Energy
Police Mis-Conduct Labor
Government Systems Education
Public Assistance Post Secondary Education
Political Parties IB and AP programs
Taxes School Spending
Elections Students with Special Needs
Local Government Aid School Uniforms
Budget Single Gender Education
Campaign Spending Year Round School
Courts Extra Curricular Activities
Lobbying School Sports
Socio Economic Status
Hey guys and gurlies,
Okay: So if you are running for an office for next year, you are REQUIRED to be interviewed one of the following days - either (this) Thursday, May 5th or (next) Wednesday, May 11th. PLEASE SEE MRS. SCHNEIDER (today/asap) TO SIGN UP. first come first served.
Thursday times: 1st hour (8:30-9:30am)
Wednesday times: 1st hour (8:30-9:30am) and the first half of 2nd hour (9:30-10am).
INTERVIEWS WILL BE 10 MINUTES EACH.
You must BE ON TIME/early.
Also, when you sign up for your interview, make sure to get a pass to leave class (please note it says leave 5 mins. before your inteview: this is for real!)
More info. will follow about election guidelines.
Let us know if you have any questions.
Have a super sweet day.
and for everyone taking AP tests this week/month: GOOD LUCK :) you will all do amazing. just do your best, and you will rock everyones' socks!
South High School Minneapolis, MN
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