CMS STUDENT COUNCIL - S.T.E.M.

“Life is for service.” – Fred Rogers

 

 

Student Council is made up of promising student school leaders.  As a student-based civic organization, it is designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students; to improve school morale and general welfare; to provide a forum for student expression; and to plan special events or projects such as the "Kindness Coins" school-wide fund raising event.

~ National Student Council

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PROJECT-BASED LEARNING...

Project Based Learning (PBL) is a constructivist instructional approach where students are engaged in meaningful inquiry of personal interest to them and where collaboration and personalized learning are emphasized. Research confirms that PBL is an effective and enjoyable way to learn and develop deeper learning competencies required for success in college, career and civic life.

SUPPORTIVE EVIDENCE & ARTIFACTS

STUDENT COUNCIL & CULMINATION OF THE "KINDNESS COINS" COMPETITION!
Turkeys Delivered!
Turkeys Delivered!

Student Council purchased these items using money from the Kindness Coin Competition.

Turkeys Checked!
Turkeys Checked!

For the needy families at our school...

Donation of Fixings!
Donation of Fixings!

Students have been encouraging each other to donate can goods for the holidays.

Student Council Teachers
Student Council Teachers

Finding the time out of their busy schedules to help unload and load boxes.

Preparations!
Preparations!

Student Council members help pack the individual boxes for their fellow students.

"Gobble" Grunt Work!
"Gobble" Grunt Work!

Student Council members help organize and sort each box of food items for a Thanksgiving feast.

Everyone Helps!
Everyone Helps!

Unloading and loading all the items took everyone pitching in and helping.

Tagging the Boxes!
Tagging the Boxes!

Carefully sorting who gets what and organizing the delivery to the "fortunate" students.

Happy Thanksgiving!
Happy Thanksgiving!

Commemorating the harvest festival celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621, we Americans set aside this day to remember and to to express our gratitude to one another.