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 $450 to each chosen charity! 

We are still collecting Box Tops.  Send those in!

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.


As always, Student Council is here to serve. 

2018-19

Student Council student initiatives for the 2018-19 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • Please remember to bring in Box Tops and to recycle in the recycling containers.

2018-19 Officers and Representatives

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

Student Council 2017 18

President: Sophia Frammartino        

Vice-President: Kate McMullin     

Secretary: Giovanna Rosko      

Treasurer: Gia Hilal/Ava Frammartino       

GRADE                        REPRESENTATIVE                          ALTERNATE

4A                                 Isabella Rosko                                Michael Hudec

4B                                 Caroline Paquette                         Luke Voinovich

5A                                 Ali Hasenkopf                                 Logan Misch

5B                                 Malorie Rybka                                Jay Danhauer

6A                                Josephine Fallon                             Steven Voinovich/Alexander Oakes  

6B                                Ella Weiss                                         Andrew Conti/Jacob Roubic     

7A                                Giovanni Caputo                            Kord Ready/Ryan Demming

7B                                Grace Frank                                    Matt Hart

8A                                Olivia Fess                                       Lily Fratantonio/Matthew Bielecki

8B                                Samantha Kolencik                       Lily Fratantonio/Matthew Bielecki

All of the officers and representatives were installed following our school Mass on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 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.

Advisors:

Miss Winiecki; Miss Jackson; Mrs. Booker; Mrs. Wright; Mrs. Furman

"Our rigorous academic curriculum provides students the opportunity to utilize higher level critical thinking skills and prepares them for the 21st century."
- Karen Alestock, Principal