• March 8, 2013

The Kids are Back in Charge

Isabelle Tuli

Sammi Saunders, StuCo president, spreads her enthusiasm and Desert Vista pride everyday.

Isabelle Tuli

Assemblies, dances, class competitions, Homecoming: all and more that complete a memorable high school experience.  Student Council builds positive spirit and enhances school pride for students and staff without fail throughout the year.

“I have the honor and privilege to work with some of the most spirited, dedicated students DV has to offer,” said Miguel Marrero.  Marrero has sponsored Student Council for almost 7 years. “We are responsible for creating the positive spirit on our campus through our sports and activities.  And this goes on all year long!”

Student Council is ultimately responsible not only for getting the school pumped, but also for planning and participating in many school events. Students with school spirit flowing through their veins who are also dedicated and hardworking are considered perfect candidates for the upcoming elections.

Student Body elections are just around the corner. They will take place at the end of March, but class elections are not until towards the end of April. The freshmen elections do not take place at the beginning of the next school year in August.

“Student Council is not only for the elected officers,” said Marrero. “It is open to all students and staff who wish to join in the decision-making process of how we can improve our spirit and pride on campus.”

Students that are interested in attending some meetings and voicing opinions should note that Student Council meets Tuesday and Thursdays in C-172 at 7:45am.

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