Little Elm High School Student Council
Each year, Student Council works to earn the sweepstakes award for outstanding student councils. We recieved our first award on the 2018-2019 school year, and as we win more we'll update the plaque!
Our goal as the Little Elm High School Student Council is to give students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills, learn the value of teamwork, and give back to the school and the Little Elm community. Through leadership, responsibility, and service, we bring the school and community together on campaigns, fundraisers, and leadership projects to help elevate Lobo spirit in and out of the classroom. By following the LOBO WAY, students are reminded of the attributes a great leader must have in order to serve our school and community accurately.
L - Leadership
O - Optimistic
B - Beyond Expectations
O - Own It
W - Wise
A - Ambitious
Y - Yearning for Knowledge
Do you want to improve your school and community? Do you have ideas to do so?
JOIN STUDENT COUNCIL!!! Submit your application through this link! :)
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2019 - 2020 Officers
The Student Council Officers for the 2019 - 2020 school year are:
President - Avery Roman
Vice President - Max Geiser
Secretary - Asia Taylor
Treasurer - Matthew Rodocker
Historian - Constance Williams
Through the Little Elm High School Student Council, committees have been designed to help boost school spirit, create awareness, serve the community, document the achievements of sports and clubs at the high school, and so much more. Each committee serves a vital purpose by helping our Student Council extend its reach through projects, fundraisers, and events that are designed to give back to the students at Little Elm High School. Committees are a great way to get involved, meet new people, and have fun!
The committees are:
Designed to helped students develop and conduct service projects that will benefit the school and/or community. Special Olympics, the winter clothing drive, and cleaning up the streets of Little Elm are a few examples of the community service projects the committee has worked on.
Pride and Patriotism
The promotion of Little Elm High School through posters, social media, etc. to boost school spirit. A few examples of projects Pride and Patriotism has carried out to boost school spirit include Teacher Appreciation Day, the Homecoming Parade, and creating banners for dress-up days and sports related events.
Energy and Environment
Promoting environmental and energy awareness projects to help spread awareness on environmental stress. Ways the E&E committee has helped raise environmental awareness is through encouraging teachers to turn their lights off and open up their blinds to let in fresh sunlight, and by reusing students' old water bottles and turning them into shakers to be used at football games.
Drugs, Alcohol, Safety, and Health (DASH)
Placing an emphasis on informing the student body on the consequences of alcohol and drugs on not only themselves but also those around them and how such substances are harmful and inadvisable. Examples of projects DASH has carried out are the Hurricane Harvey Coin Drive, which helped raise money to supply food and health related items to the victims of the hurricane, and Red Ribbon Week, which raised awareness on drug-related issues and encouraged students to say no to drugs.
Interested in joining a committee? Click here to submit an application!
General meetings are held on Thursdays after school in the Lecture Hall, room 1102. Be sure to check your emails and Remind 101 for information regarding meeting dates and times.
Text @lehsstuc to 81010 to join the StuCo remind!