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Student Council
FBLA
Tri-Valley Website

 

 

The high school student council has representation from all grade levels in 9-12. Once a student is elected onto the council by their peers, they will serve until the end of their high school career if they so choose.

Representation:

  • 2 freshmen
  • 3 sophomores
  • 4 juniors
  • 5 seniors
  • 1 advisor

2013-2014 Members

  • Alec Blackford & Kristian Hillberg
  • Patrick Boadwine, Danica Hahn, & Brady Johnson
  • Shane Boysen, Connor Hickman, Kelsey Carlson, Hanna Slagle
  • Brendon Boomsma, Sami Garness, Josh Reider, Ryan Schuman, Austin Van Asselt
  • Mrs. Fluth

 

 

The two members who are elected as freshmen will remain and every year another member is elected into the council. Elections are held the 2nd week of March every year. The application process is as follows:

 

The student council is a very active organization and an excellent opportunity for students to grow in their leadership, communication, and citizenship. Below is a list of activities for which the council is responsible.

August
  • Homecoming Planning Meeting
  • Activities Fair
  • Selling Activities Calendars at Open House
September
  • Homecoming
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
October
  • Region Meeting
  • Blood Drive
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
November
  • Veterans' Day Program
  • Food Drive
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
December
  • Elementary Make a Wish Coin Drive
  • Angel Tree Project
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
  • Winter Semi-Formal
January
  • Valentine's Carnation Sales
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
February
  • Deliver Valentine's Carnations
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
March
  • Elections
  • State Convention
April
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
May
  • Teacher Appreciation Week
  • Ice Cream Sundae Fundraiser
  • Homecoming Planning

 

 

 

 

FBLA is Future Business Leaders of America, which is a student organization that builds leadership, citizenship, and teaches vital business skills too. Students can compete in numerous events at the state and national levels.

Anyone in grades 9-12 can join FBLA.

Officer Team:

President
  • Clark Haugen
Vice President
  • Mariah Swier
Secretary
  • Brooke Berry
Treasurer
  • Alex Larios
Reporter
Parliamentarian
  • Connor Hickman
Historian
  • Emma Johnson

 

This organization meets monthly and the activities for which FBLA is responsible/involved are listed below:

October
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences Daycare
  • Fall Leadership Conference
November
  • Butter Braid Sales
February
  • Parent/Teacher Conferences Daycare
April
  • Spring Leadership Conference

Check out all the ways you can get involved in FBLA: