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Rui-n 5lllXYlI'lllY, I'rt-sident: llimsitwo Wann, 'Ireasurerg liissti-, Sr.ti.r.iwt.s, Secretary: Rtssiii, Piiutx. X'tct--l'i't-sirlt-tit.
A1fUixc'1'.' Mus. H. W. Rtctmtuisox
l'ns S'rt'tmxr llorxen., with factilty advice, pro-
vides the student government of Durham High
School. Its purpose is to train students in the
-,orrect method of government.
liach of the tweny-nine home rooms has a
representative. The president of a home room
automatically becomes the Council representa-
tive from his home room. These representatives
assemhle in a meeting on the first Wednesday
of each month.
All officers for the Council are nominated and
elected hy the student hody. The officers, who
must he seniors of good scholarship and citizen-
ship, serve hotli semesters of the school year.
The president and vice-president are elected in
the spring for the following year. The officers,
secretary and treasurer. are elected in the fall
for that vear.
The Student Council sponsors lunch line su-
pervision, and socials on Friday afternoons. Rep-
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assigned posts of dtity during lunch periods.
Those on duty are signified hy Durham High
School arm hands. All students may attend
Friday socials and dance to the ttines of popu-
lar recordings. provided they pay a small atl-
mission fee to defray necessary expenses.
The lQ4fl-lQ4I Council proposed an amend-
ment to the school constitution. Heretofore
there was no set date for the election of officers
for the student hody, senior, iunior, sophomore
classes, and the home rooms. The amendment
set a specific date for the nomination. elimina-
tion, and election of the officers of each of
these. The senior officers are nominated on the
last Wednesday in Septemherg eliminated on
the next day, Thursday: and elected the follow-
ing day, Friday. The iunior and sophomore
officers are elected in a similar fashion. the iun-
ior election heing held one week laterg the soph-
omore election, two weeks later.
This amendment was ratified hy the student
hotly and approved hy Mr. Holton. principal.
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