A C Jones High School - Trojan Yearbook (Beeville, TX)

 - Class of 1987

Page 196 of 248

 

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I Student Council Lends A Hand I BY GETTI G I OLVED romoting leadership, school and community service, and school spirit were the major cgoals of the Student Council. By atten ing weekly meetings, plus various committee meetings, the members of the Student Counci reached these set objectives by completing numerous projects. One of the biggest projects of each year was Homecoming. ln order to pro- mote more spirit for the occasion this year, the council sponsored "Spirit Week." The week started with a locker bay decorating contest between the classes. The sophomores were the winners, and each class' decorations stayed up through the week. The coun- cil also painted car windows, tied orange and white streamers on each car's antenna on Friday, organized the pre-game ceremony, and presented the Homecoming court on Homecoming night. Student Council sponsored different fun contests throughout the year. Students picked Mr. Wulf to kiss a pig by putting money in his jar. The Spirit Link Contest proved to be a big hit as each class bought links to add to their chain. Something new, the Gobble Con- test, was also added. Before Thanksgiving, four anonymous teachers gobbled on the morning an- nouncements. Students voted on who the teachers were in order to win a prize. The Council also got involved in dif- ferent community projects. Members decorated a Christmas tree for the An- nual Rosetta Club Christmas Tree Forest, also the American Heart Association, the Vineyard, and the Bloodmobile. Attending workshops was one way the members learned leadership skills. During the summer, the officers attend- ed a week long leadership workshop in Seguin. ln February, four members, Travis Tindol, Kirk owns, Kelli Belew, and Amy Matteson attended an advanc- ed leadership workshog at Mo Ranch. "l learned a lot about tudent Council, and the qualities I, learned from these workshops have taught me how to bet- ter deal with the stu ents and teachers at this school," said Vice-President Kelli Belew. Student Council sponsored two dances during the year. After the Calallen football game, students danc- ed to the music of a disc jockey in the gym. The second was a Christmas dance to the theme of "A Winter Wonderland," also held in the gym. All of these projects involved much time and preparation. First year member, Mariana Past said, "If you're not ready to give up Tuesday mornings and other free time, it's not for you. l knew that it was going to be a lot of work to be in Student Council, but it was really a surprise to see just how much. With a council full of dedicated members with good ideas, the year pro- ved to be one of the most successful for the Student Council. -By Amy Matteson In a seminar skit, Kirk Towns is a tree, because it was the only part in the skit that did not involve talking, while also covering his possibly blushed face.

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