St. Patrick Catholic High School Student Council had one of its regulatory meetings on Thursday, January 10. The meeting started at 7:30 in Mrs. Buckley’s room with all members of Student Council.
This was the first meeting since Christmas break ended. Several important topics were talked about, like Pennies for Patients, MSASC, National Council of Excellence Applications, and holiday activities recap.
Pennies for Patients is a fundraiser for lymphoma patients. There will be a donation box in every first period classroom for teachers and students to put some money in. MSASC is a Student Council conference that will be held at D’iberville High School on April 6 and any member of St. Patrick Student Council can attend.
St. Patrick will be the principal school at the conference this year, which is very exciting. Beyla Bleichner will be creating the National Council of Excellence Application this year for Student Council. At the end of the meeting, there was a holiday activity recap about topics like the door decorating contest and the Salvation Army Red Kettle. The door decorating contest was successful as always. It is a really fun way for the whole school to get in the Christmas spirit. Lastly, the Salvation Army Red Kettle was very successful and raised a lot of money.
Photos from the meeting can be viewed here.
Story by Gracie Davenport