Student Council

Student Council Happenings and Service Projects

Student Council is very excited to begin this year in the service of the student body!  Each representative will bring a suggestion box to each class so that together, we can brainstorm a great year.  Be thoughtful about what you would like to see here at Seton. 

The proceeds from the Dollar Dress Down Days are designated to a charity by each grade.  Thanks to your dollar, we are able to donate over $350 to each chosen charity! 

We are still collecting Box Tops.  Send those in!

The Great Bobblehead Hunt has begun!  Some students got a bobblehead surprise in their locker and a treat from Student Council.  Keep your lockers neat, and the next winner might be you!

Mark your calendars:    

Student Council Elections are held in May for officers and representatives in September!  Anyone interested in becoming a Student Council Officer in grades 5-7 can attend Student Council meetings to observe. 

Officer requirements:

Secretary and Treasurer – any student currently in grades 5-7

Vice President – runs as a ticket with the presidential candidate; any student currently in grades 6-7

President – must have served as an officer; any student currently in grades 7

There will be more information on elections and student council on SCS TV.

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As always, Student Council is here to serve. 

2016-17

Student Council student initiatives for the 2016- 17 school year!

  • Talent Show
  • Middle School Dances
  • Un-birthday party
  • I AM SETON, with a ~twist~!
  • Classroom-chosen monthly $1 dress-down days with a portion of proceeds for charity
  • Bobble-head hunt
  • Mardi Gras beads
  • Service projects with Seton Serves
  • Recycling @ lunch
  • Student Council End-of-Year charitable donations
  • Student Council Elections
  • Book Donations to students in need during Right to Read Week
  • New in 2016-17 - Seton Skates!  Click here for details and to RSVP.

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  • Recycling at Seton is here! This is an effort by PTO, Student Council, and the administration. 

  • The Dollar Dress Down Day money each month is donated to a charity.  Thank you for contributing!

  • The Cereal Drive organized by Seton Serves collected 266 boxes of cereal last year.  We stacked Willard Food Pantry’s cereal section!

  • The Talent Show is always a great success.  Thank you to all who participate and cheer.

  • The Bobblehead Hunt is great fun!  Several students with neat and clean lockers found a Bobblehead in their lockers, and they got a treat!  This will continue throughout the school year.

  • Please remember to bring in Box Tops and to recycle in the recycling containers.

2016-17 Officers and Representatives 

Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:40 A.M. in Mrs. Booker's homeroom (6B).  Procedures for the election of officers and officer candidate applications are sent to each homeroom. 

 

President:           

Vice-President:          

Secretary:       

Treasurer:         

Aaron Bielecki

Bella Lasecki

Sophia Frammartino

 

 

GRADE

REPRESENTATIVE

ALTERNATE

4A

Joseph Sanchez               

Ava Frammartino

4B

Jacob London           

Cade Rhea

5A

Trace Williams        

Kate Cihlar

5B

Kate McMullin             

Gia Rosko

6A

Dominic Camma             

Samantha Kolencik   

6B

Karel Stryzcek               

Brady Eggleston     

7A

Jimena Oliva               

Michael Martin

7B

Sean McMullin              

Megan Earp

8A

Audrey Rhea               

Sam Fess

8B

George Granchi               

Karthik Reddy

 

All of the officers and representatives were installed following our school Mass on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10:45 A.M.  We are very blessed to have so many exceptional leaders in our school, and we look forward to a great year under their leadership.

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"A Catholic education to so many may embody only the stereotypical image of uniforms, prayers, strict rules and teachers. However, if that is as much as you desire to know about all that a Catholic education is, then you are simply depriving yourself of the reason, the drive, the love, the care, the reality that is behind any stereotype. Stereotypes are for people who have been blinded by mediocrity; Seton opened my eyes and gave me sight." - Seton Alumnus