Student Council Representatives are elected in May for the following school year to help make decisions for the students at Monroe. They are expected to be good role models for others, with good attendance, behavior, and grades. The goal is to meet weekly to develop leadership skills and participate in special school projects.
- Must be in 4th or 5th grade
- Must be elected
Monroe Student Council members are expected to work daily to improve our school.
Their character shall display positive behavior--reflecting values of honesty, respect, responsibility and integrity.
Members are expected to develop positive, mature and responsible leadership images.
Student Council Mission Statement
Student Council is composed of 4th and 5th grade students, elected by their peers in a democratic process, to represent their class within the school community.
Their goal is to learn the democratic process to keep students, the principal, teachers, and staff informed of each others' ideas, needs and opinions.
Student Council will provide assistance to other groups within the school family. Student Council members will be taught leadership and speaking skills as training to be leaders in the future.
Student Council members' task is to be the representative body by which issues can be brought forth and collaboratively resolved. Their goal is to work to improve the school community and be a reflective image of an institution of exemplary standards and goals.
Student Council Vision
The vision of the Monroe Student Council is to provide assistance to other established groups and/or associations within our school family. We intend to help each student to mature into a successful student leader by teaching leadership concepts. Our desire is to inspire each student to use this valuable experience as training for the future. They will be our leaders of the future--capable of making critical decisions. They shall represent our school community and their families with integrity, reponsibility, and honor. Each student will also hold a 3.0 Grade Point Average or better.
What is Leadership?
Leadership is setting an example
Leadership is setting and maintaining a positive standard
Leadership is helping others
Leadership is leading others
Leadership is attending meetings
Leadership is completing projects
Leadership is voting on issues
Leadership is raising important issues
Leadership is learning the proper procedures
Leadership is learning how to conduct meetings
Leadership is learning
If you have any questions about Monroe's Student Council, please contact our Principal, Dr. Lily Jarvis at (626) 471 - 2300.