Student Council has a tab at theo.solutions were you can view STUCO By-Laws and their current members.
STUCO hosts a game night with pizza the first Friday of every school year, as well as a Christmas party for the students, movie nights and more. They also host our service projects, such as the annual Future Fair event every September.
THEO’s THIRD ANNUAL FUTURE FAIR is Saturday September 12, 2020. Please RSVP to come beginning August 1. We won’t have another event just like this one for another year.
THEO Student Council invites students grades 8-12 to our second annual Future Fair on Saturday, September 12 from 8:30 a.m. – noon. RSVP sign ups will open at theo.solutions on August 1! This invitation is open for THEO students, who are encouraged to bring a non-THEO friend with them. Parents are also invited! Bring a friend. Our facility can host 150 for this informative, fast moving event. Please make this event all it was designed to be!
What is Future Fair?
The Future Fair team has scheduled nine informative and engaging speakers to share their passion and experience with THEO students (and parents) on topics such as interviewing, career counseling, college admissions, mentoring/internships, financial planning for college.
Guests choose which of the following speakers they want to hear during their four 30 minute sessions. Due to the uncertainty of the virus disruption, we have not secured our 2020 speakers yet. The 2019 Future Fair speakers were:
Debbie Dooley of Dallas Baptist University will speak on college admissions – and answer admission questions in general – she’s a former homeschooler too!
Diane Teigen, Field Marketing/Visual Display Director will speak on interviewing for all types of jobs, although her background is with Fossil Group
Michael Flanagan, former homeschooled student, now UT grad will speak on sales. He is currently a financial advisor for Merrill Lynch
Vicki Musall, THEO Teacher of Managing your money God’s way, will speak on finances and college expenses
Mark Finch will speak on careers as a Raytheon engineer
Jim Yarbrough will speak as a retired scientist who worked for the U.S. EPA
Pete Errington, THEO dad will speak on careers in ministry and working for a non profit. Pete is a pre-field coordinator for Beyond, a church-planting ministry
Steve Seachman, owner of the Mentor Model will speak on collecting students with on-the-job mentoring and apprenticing
Salli Whitaker is the Director of One Path Career Counseling a very affordable method for career testing. She will give you an overview of what to look for as you consider a career major or a job opportunity
RSVP at THEO Wild Apricot beginning July 1,but MARK YOUR CALENDARS TODAY to set aside that morning to learn new information about your FUTURE!
Future Fair is a free event for THEO students who are encouraged to bring a non-THEO friend. Enjoy the seminars and then perhaps you go to lunch someplace nearby afterward to share notes and talk about what you learned?