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Honor Council 2014

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FC: Pioneer Jr-Sr High School 2013-2014 Honor Council District #4

8: Agendas

9: Student Council meets every Thursday morning at7:30 a.m. We have officer meetings every Wednesday morning to discuss the agenda for the following meeting. We've had to cancel some of our meetings this year due to cancellations and two-hour delays. Despite these missed meetings, our Student Council has been successful in all of our undertakings.

13: March 14, 2014

14: coming | HOME | This year for homecoming our football team played North White. To encourage school spirit and pride our Student Council organized a spirit week as well as evening events. These events included a Powder Puff football game, Mucho-Macho Volleyball tournament, and the homecoming parade.

15: Social

17: Valentine's Day Rose Sale | Each year Student Council sells roses to help in the celebration of Valentine's Day. Students and staff can purchase roses and write a message for the recipient. On Valentine's Day Student Council members deliver the roses to the recipient during the last period of the day.

18: Let's go Panthers | LET'S GO! | What better way to end the school year than with a class competition! The Panther Stake-Out occurs after school on a Friday in May (closer to the end of the school year). Each class compete in the events. There is a restriction on as to the number of events a student can participate in. Since there is a limit , more class members are needed to fill each team per event. Staff members volunteer to officiate and judge the events. Classes receive points for how their team places in an event. Points are awarded as follows: 1st Place- 5 points. 2nd Place- 3 points, 3rd Place- 2 points, and 4th Place- 1 point. At the end of the Stake-Out, the class with the most total points is the winner. While the outside events are taking place students, participants and spectators alike, can get free food and drink. The events for the panther stake out include: football, 4x100 relay, water balloon toss, obstacle course, tug-of-war, three legged race, baseball bat relay, hula hoop timed relay, and balloon sit.

19: panther | STAKE OUT

20: Academic Awards | Scholar/ Leader

21: High School Awards Program | Student council recognizes our academic students with the Academic Awards Program. To receive awards a student must meet the program requirements. Awards are given according to a point system. The point system is as follows : Completion of: | 1 semester- 100 points- Freshman Honor Pin or Plaque 3 semesters- 300 points- Sophomore Honor Pin or Plaque 5 semesters- 500 points- Academic Jacket or Sweatshirt & Junior Pin/Plaque 7 semesters- 700 points- Senior Honor Pin or Plaque

22: This year our Student council participated with Caston High School in a "Coats for Kids" drive. The event was announce on the radio and through the newspaper. We collected coats during school and at the Pioneer-Caston football game. | Community Service | Feb. 21 | We had much success this year working with the American Heart Association (AHA). We scheduled a RED OUT, or a day where our student body would wear red in support of heart health awareness. Students could purchase the official RED OUT shirt or wear their own. We sold shirts at lunch and during a basketball game. At the game were were able to completely sell out of our shirts!

23: Charities | This year we raised money for three different charity organizations. We've raised money year round for the Riley Children's Foundation with Purdue University. Purdue students organized a "Miracle Minute" at our homecoming football game. Students run up and down the bleachers with buckets for one minute. Spectators donate as much as they can in one minute. | In the spring Student Council will be sponsoring a Penny War on behalf of Pennies for Patients. Student and staff can donate pennies to the competition. We will be holding a pep assembly to reveal the results.

24: Veteran's Day | Student Council sponsors a Veteran's Day Program each year. During this program men and women who have served or are serving in the armed forces come and speak to the student body at an all school convocation. As the students arrived for this year's convocation, the band played patriotic music.

25: Cooperative Projects

26: Staff Appreciation | This year our Student Council Officers woke up early to prepare coffee for our staff members during Staff Appreciation week. They delivered the fresh coffee as well as homemade muffins to every staff member that morning.

27: elementary conference | Some of our members aided with the Elementary Student Council Leadership Conference this year. Their main job was to help students make their no-sew blankets, which they are preparing in these photos.

28: Each year, Student Council hosts Class Officer elections. Students obtain & return petitions to the Student Council Advisors. Students running for President and Vice President of each class are required to give a speech in front of their peers. Student Council holds officer elections the week after class elections.

29: Elections

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