Student Council is a student-based organization designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. The Student Council at CCS consists of both student-elected officers (high school) and teacher-selected delegates (middle school/high school). Students participating in Student Council must demonstrate leadership qualities by serving as good examples of behavior through their words and actions.
The purpose of Student Council is to develop positive attitudes and to practice good citizenship. The Council promotes harmonious relations throughout the school and works to improve the relationships among faculty and students. They serve as a voice for all students and bring issues or concerns to the school’s administration. The Council also supports the school and community through various service projects.
2016-17 Student Council
The 2016-17 officers are the following:
- Tyler O’Steen—President
- Abigail Shah—Vice-President
- Tiffany Steffensen—Treasurer
- Macey Greathouse—Secretary
In addition to the four officers, the following students are representing their classes:
- 6th grade: Paige Cooke, Pamela Stevenson, Sam Boyd, and Jake Wade;
- 7th grade: Addison Ellington, Kayla Terry, Jacob Bartholomew, and Nicholas Shah;
- 8th grade: Anna Parker, Miranda White, Will Burton, and Isaac Corrigan;
- 9th grade: Haven Short, McKayla Smith, Kaylee Davis and Cole Boyd;
- 10th grade: Kelcee Anderson and Noah Page;
- 11th grade: Caroline Nutt and Tyler Logan;
- 12th grade: Brittany Overby and Griffin Martin.
Valentine’s Parents’ Night Out – Feb. 10 2017
On Friday, February 10, our Student Council will be hosting a night of child care. Use this time to take your spouse out to dinner or enjoy some quiet time at home. While you’re out having fun and enjoying the evening, your kids will be playing games, watching a movie, and completing a Valentine craft. They will need to bring their own snack for after school, and we will provide pizza for dinner and an additional snack. Festivities will begin after school and continue until 9:00 p.m.
The cost of this event is $30 per child for the first two children and $20 for each additional child in your family. All money goes to the Student Council of CCS.
Reservation forms are available at the front office, also.
Please RSVP by Wednesday, Feb. 8. We will not accept late registrations due to the preparation involved for this event—thank you for understanding!
Coats for Children Campaign
The Student Council of CCS is collecting gently-used winter coats, hats, gloves, and scarves to make this winter a bit warmer and happier for families in need. They are joining efforts with The Salvation Army during WRAL’s 25th Annual Coats for the Children campaign. All sizes from infant to adult are needed. Please go through your closet to find what your family has outgrown or no longer wears and send them with your child to CCS. Students may give their donations to their homeroom teachers. Members from the Student Council will make regular collections from each classroom through December 11. Last year, over 10,000 total coats were collected and went directly to families in need. CCS was glad to be a part of reaching that number and hope to help even more for the 2013 winter season. This year, let’s do what we can to add to the Christmas spirit of giving by donating a little piece of warmth. Any questions may be directed to Mrs. O’Steen at firstname.lastname@example.org
- President: Kayla O’Steen
- Vice President: David Ellis
- Secretary: Hanna Williams
- Treasurer: Noah Carlson
Contact the Student Council sponsor, Mrs. O’Steen, at email@example.com.