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King ' s Student Council At the beginning of tlie school year, the Student Plann- ing and Activities Committee began meeting to plan ac- tivities and projects for the year. They met during the lunch period with Ms Morris and Ms O ' Gilvie advising them. As time went on, it was decided to invite other in- terested students to join the group and change the name to the Student Council. Unlike last year, when members of the Student Council were selected by homerooms, this year ' s Council is made up completely of volunteers who want to help plan and organize school activities and dances. By the end of October, the council had sponsored " Tacky Day " and a Halloween Dress-up Day. They had a bake sale to raise money for activities. Future activities would be dances, a food drive and more dress-up days. The 8th grade student Council Officers Putting up posters for Tacky Day. In late October, the Student Coun- cil held an election of officers Eighth grade officers are Craig Gruber and Christena Miller, Co-Presidents; Quintance Motley, Vice Pres.; Latoyia Griffin, Secretary; Robin VanderVegt, Treasurer. Seventh Grade officers are Luiz Orozco, President; Ian Marsh, Vice- President; Molly Kitamura, Secretary; and Tamu Gross, Treasurer. The original Student Planning and Activities Committee Ms. Morris and Ms. O ' Gilvie and some Student Council members
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A day in our lives at Layout by Eric Burns KING mm That way, guys, points Mr. Ball Waiting for tomorrow ' s assignment from Ms Thalheimer fftT
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