Student Council

Student Council
By Annie, 7th grade student

Student Council is an enrichment program for grades 4-8. These students are role models for the rest of the school, and help the staff run the school. The council officers are selected by the student body at the end of the previous school year. The representatives from each class from grades 4-8 are selected at the start of the new school year. The council sometimes goes on field trips, such as the annual trip to the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, where they help set up and host the Christmas party for patients. They also organize events such as the Halloween parade and trick-or-treating parade or the Jog-A-Thon. 


The officers, such as the president, secretary, treasurer, girls’ and boys’ sports, commissioner of awards, buildings and grounds, safety and ecology, religious affairs, and commissioner of spirit, coordinate most of the activities in the school. Their jobs range from putting up the flag every morning to helping with morning announcements. 


Student Council Visits Children’s Hospital
CATCH Program

When I first arrived at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, I did not know how much fun I would have that day. We walked in and began
to decorate the party room for the families of the CATCH Program, a program for kids and teens with missing, small, or weak hands and arms. As soon as the families walked into the room, the children’s
faces quickly lit up with excitement and joy. Everyone sang along to festive Christmas songs and had the chance to meet Santa. The smiles on everyone’s faces made me smile as well. I am very grateful for the opportunity I had to help so many children have an amazing holiday party. I had an amazing time meeting so many strong and bright kids at the Children’s Hospital. That day will be one that I will never forget.

When I first arrived at the Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles, I did not know how much fun I would have that day. We walked in and began to decorate the party room for the families of the CATCH Program, a program for kids and teens with missing, small, or weak hands and arms. As soon as the families walked into the room, the children’s
faces quickly lit up with excitement and joy. Everyone sang along to festive Christmas songs and had the chance to meet Santa. The smiles on everyone’s faces made me smile as well. I am very grateful for the opportunity I had to help so many children have an amazing holiday party. I had an amazing time meeting so many strong and bright kids at the Children’s Hospital. That day will be one that I will never forget.
Xander, 8th Grader 
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