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STUDENT COUNCIL B row W Franc1slTreas DB Whitemen,H Ferringerlv Presl
G Gascon,P Benham,C Thorpe,S Harvey,F row Mrs Short,C Foote,C Francis
D BenhamlPresJL M1lbredt,A GasconCSecDB Benham and H Northrop
A review of the Secretary's record for the school year,1955 1956
found the student counc1l's activities were many and varied Each Wed
nesday afternoon,with few exceptions,the representatives met with the
officers and advisor to carry on the necessary business
Their projects were quite successful,chiefly because of the cooper
ative attitude that was fostered throughout the year lhis was estab
lished by inviting Mr DeBaun and the faculty advisers to a September
meeting to discuss the years program and each ones responsibility in
carrying it out For each project,a faculty council committee was
chosen to sponsor it
'Service to othersuwas the thought foremost in two of the councils
projects, the clothing drive and book fair
The council was represented at the Regional Conference held at War
saw in November,at the regular meetings of the Livingston County Cou
ncil at Geneseo,at the annual county council day at Lima
Through the school calendar, the council attempted to permit each
organization to have its fair share of the years activities Assem
blies were arranged by the Faculty Council Assembly Committee
On March 7,the annual council assembly,as required by the constit
ution was held
The fact that there was a student court seemed to have made the
student body more conscious of the regulations and the need to abide
by them in a democratic society Due to recognition for good citizen
ship was given through the selection of a boy and girl citizen for
The real test of ability to manage our'snool came on student day
when members of the council assumed the administrative and teaching
positions for grades 7-12.
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