Serving on Student Council


President
Vice President of Activities
Vice President of Service Projects
Vice President of Technology
Vice President of Equipment
Secretary
Treasurer
Class Representative
Class Representative at Large

President

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Junior or Senior class who has participated for at least one semester in THEO is eligible to run for Student Council President. This candidate should have working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order or be willing to learn Robert’s Rules of Order. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: Call & preside over all student body and executive Council meetings. The President shall appoint student representatives to various positions on special committees as needed. In case of the absence of the Vice President, the President will perform the duties and responsibilities of the Vice President as listed below. If absent, the President will appoint a Vice President of Student Council to call and preside over Student Council meetings.
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Vice President of Activities

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Junior or Senior class who has attended THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Vice President of Activities. This candidate should have working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order or be willing to learn Robert’s Rules of Order.   No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties:  The Vice President of Activities shall be the ex-officio member of special committees and shall oversee all special committees. The Vice President of Activities shall plan and coordinate the spring Student Council election with the help of the Vice President of Service Projects. The Vice President of Activities shall play an integral part in the organization of all activities for THEO student body, overseeing the coordination of all activities each school year, working closely with the Class Representatives. Activities will actually be organized by the class representatives. The Vice President of Activities shall play an integral part in the organization of all activities for THEO student body.
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Vice President of Service Projects

Eligibility:  Any member of the upcoming Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Vice President of Service Projects. This candidate should have working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order or be willing to learn Robert’s Rules of Order. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: To assist the Vice President of Activities in planning and coordinating the spring Student Council election. The Vice President of Service Projects shall play an integral part in the organization of all service projects by THEO student body, overseeing the coordination of all service projects each school year, working closely with the Class Representatives. Service Projects will actually be organized by the Class Representatives. The Vice President of Service Projects has authority to create a Service Projects Committee of up to five THEO students with final approval by the Student Council Body.
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Vice President of Technology

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Vice President of Technology. This candidate should have working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order or be willing to learn Robert’s Rules of Order and more than a working knowledge of computers and digital technology. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: To maintain Student Council owned equipment. To oversee the technological aspect of creating student and teacher identification cards each year. To assist THEO Director as opportunity arises. To lead communication through THEO web site’s online Student Council group.
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Vice President of Equipment

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Vice President of Equipment. This candidate should have working knowledge of Robert’s Rules of Order or be willing to learn Robert’s Rules of Order. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: To report on the state of the student council soda and snack machine as needed, including names of stocking assistants. To purchase sodas and snacks to keep the machine stocked during the school year and summer classes, being reimbursed from the Student Council checking account via check using the Student Council Reimbursement form. To empty the machine of money, delivering it immediately to THEO Student Council checking account at Legacy Bank. To restock the equipment at least two times per week. To appoint stocking assistants as needed.
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Secretary

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Secretary. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: To take minutes of all regular and special meetings of the student body and student council. To carry on all necessary correspondence as directed by the president or student council advisor. To keep a notebook of all school activities and publications concerning the student council. To maintain the student body and student council files. To assist the president in making agendas for each meeting according to Robert’s Rules of Order. Post minutes for student body and distribute minutes to student council members. The secretary has the power to appoint an additional correspondent secretary from the student council members if assistance is needed with correspondence or maintaining records. To maintain yearlong, written attendance records of student council meetings and to notify the Council when action is necessary because of absences.
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Treasurer

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Student Council Treasurer. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: Treasurer will report on the financial state of the Student Council at every meeting. Treasurer will approve all Student Council Expenditure Forms before check are disbursed. Treasurer’s reports are to be ratified by the Student Council. Treasurer will collect money at all events, fund raisers or service projects or appoint a substitute Treasurer. Treasurer will deposit all funds into Student Council checking account. Treasurer shall keep a running ledger of Student Council’s funds.
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Class Representative

Eligibility: Up to one male and one female representative from each of the upcoming high school classes shall be elected to serve on the Student Council. Any current high school student who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible to run for Class Representative. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council.

Duties: Representatives have the duty to represent their classes at Student Council. Representatives have the duty to report Student Council business back to their class. Representatives will help the Treasurer in any matters as requested. Representatives will organize activities as desired for their class. Representatives will organize service projects as desired for their class. Activities and Service Projects will be organized by the class representatives but overseen by the Vice President of Activities and Vice President of Service Projects.
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Class Representative at Large

Eligibility: Any member of the upcoming Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior class who has participated in THEO for at least one semester is eligible for appointment to Student Council Class Representative at Large. No individual may hold more than one office in Student Council. This position will be appointed by the Student Council body after the election each year.

Duties: To oversee the creation of posters to advertise all activities and service projects to the THEO student body. To assist Class Representatives as needed. To represent THEO Students of all grades.
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