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Student Organizations

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Danielle Evans

on 22 January 2015

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Transcript of Student Organizations

Beta Club
Student Council
National Honor Society
Projected School Calender
Student Organizations
Danielle Evans
Jaylyne Butler
Marqueshia Byers
Quentin Bell

National Honor Society
 The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Student Organizations
Student Council
Different Organizations
Student organizations are a great way to get involved on campus! They are a great way to make an impact on your campus life and community, develop new skills and home skills learned in the classroom, meet friends with similar interests, and have fun!
Projected School Calender
Procedures for Elections
Four main purposes have guided chapters of NHS from the beginning: to create enthusiasm for scholarship; to stimulate a desire to render service; to promote leadership; and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. These purposes also translate into the criteria used for membership selection in each local chapter.
Eligibility school in grades 10 through 12
Maintaining a cumulative grade point average of 85 percent, 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale), or equivalent standard of excellence
Demonstrating volunteer or service hours
Preserving an excellent record of behavior in and out of school
Participating in leadership roles in school and/or community activities.

NHS Procedure for Election of Officers
 The selection of each member to the chapter shall be by a majority vote of the Faculty Council.
 Prior to notification of any candidates, the chapter adviser shall review with the principal the results of the Faculty Council’s deliberations.
 Candidates are then evaluated on the basis of Service, Leadership, and Character.
 A description of the selection procedure shall be published in an official school publication that is widely available in a timely fashion to all students and parents of the school.
 The selection procedure shall be determined by the Faculty Council and shall be consistent with the rules and regulations of NHS.

Activities & Plans
Field trip or state fair
homecoming parade
attend regional and state FBLA conferences
sponsor an Angel off the Christmas tree
social ice cream party
NHS Events 2014-2015 as of 12/17/14
 Meetings Aug – May 11
 New Member Induction October 20th
 P-T Conference Workers October 22nd & 27th
 NHS Masses Aug. 28th & Feb. 19th
 Phone-a-thon October-December
 Holiday Coop December 1-20
 Boutique Help December 7th
 Christmas Candy Fundraiser December 1-12
 Blood Drive March 3rd
 Officer Induction April 30th

The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and to assist them by becoming better employees and citizens. FBLA helps students develop leadership abilities, prepares them for entry into a business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state and national levels in business and technology curriculum.
• Students develop leadership skills
• Students practice business scenarios through regional, state and national competition
• FBLA is recognized on student portfolios for college enrollment
• Students make new friendships through club activities
• Students experience intrinsic rewards by volunteering time to a nonprofit organization.

Student Council is an organization conducted by student leaders and supervised by adult sponsors. The purpose of Student Council is to provide leadership, and to serve the student body, the school, and the community. Student Council is the students’ voice in our school.
Requirements & Qualifications
• Must have 2.0 or higher
• Must not have no more than 3 discipline referrals of any kind


You must maintain at least a C (75) average, overall, with NO F’s each nine weeks.
You must maintain a good standard of citizenship
You must be willing to give your time and effort whenever needed.
You must serve as a positive role model to other students at
By ALWAYS being in the correct uniform
By following ALL school/teacher rules
You must complete and turn in the application and meet requirements by the specified date
Procedure for Elections
1. Once candidates are selected based on the application turned in, the candidates will then prepare a three minute speech
2. ALL speeches shall be approved by the Student Council Adviser
3. Once speeches are approved the candidate will then present the speech to the entire student body
4. The student body will then cast their ballot for their choice of class officer
5. The candidate with the highest number of ballots will hold that office
6. If no one runs for a position than the advisor can choose who they prefer to hold that office

Activities and Plans
Spirit Week (Football and Basketball)
Toys for Tots
Movie Night
Stunt Night
Volunteering (ex. Soup kitchen)
Trauma Bear
School Lock In
Senior Tailgate Party
Freshman Orientation Day

Red Ribbon Week -Oct 28 to Nov 1
Southern Association of Student Council convention - Nov 1- Nov 3
Blood Drive -Nov 5
American Education Week -Nov 12 to Nov

Random Acts of Kindness Week - Feb 10 to Feb 14
Casanova Day -Feb 14
Class Officer Elections -TBA
Student Council Officer Elections - TBA
Florida Association of Student Council Convention- Feb 14 to Feb 17
Little Charmer Day -Mar 17

 Eligibility Requirements
The purpose of the National Beta Club is to promote “the ideals of honesty, service, morality, ethical conduct, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious achievement, and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.”
• 3.0 cumulative high school GPA
• attend at least 5 of 7 meetings per year
• participate in at least 3 service projects, either with Beta Club or elsewhere
• maintain exemplary behavior and attitude
• pay dues yearly

• Once all members have been inducted, applications are required to hold an office

• After applications are turned in candidates are required to present two minute speech to The Beta Club
• The Beta Club members will then cast their ballot and the person with the highest numbers of votes will hold that office

Activities and Plans
Pick up branches, sticks, trash, etc. that is on the trail or playground (pile up branches in brush piles in woods as that is good habitat for critters)
Help a teacher as a “student aid” after school.
Write announcements for the morning show that remind the student body about upcoming events
Raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

• Blood Drive- Oct. 28
• Winter / track meet Pep Rally- Jan. 1
• Valentine Day Grams- Feb. 13

• Senior Festival- March 16- 17
• Easter Grams -April 8
• More to be announced

Future Business Leaders of America
Future Business Leaders of America is a nonprofit educational association for middle school, high school, and collegiate students who are interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA is a nationally recognized club in the United States of America. Students not only compete among the best in the United States but also students from Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda and the Dodd’s school in Europe.
to provide opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life
to strengthen the function of the family as a basic unit of society
to encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community
to encourage individual and group involvement in helping achieve global cooperation and harmony
to promote greater understanding between youth and adults
to provide opportunities for making decisions and for assuming responsibilities.
to prepare for the multiple roles of men and women in today's society
to promote Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations

Any student who is taking or has taken a course in Family and Consumer Sciences, or as determined by the state department of education, is eligible for membership in an organized chapter with the school (Middle school to 12th grade)
Procedures for Election
Candidate must be listed as a member of a chapter that is affiliated at the regional, state, and national levels with regional, state and national dues received by the state office on or before December 10.
Officer Qualification Forms must be typed single spaced. Use only the space provided on these forms. DO NOT ATTACH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION.
Since Officer Qualification Forms may be reproduced for the use of the voting delegates, be sure all words are spelled correctly and the form is neat in appearance.
Before completing the Officer Qualification Forms make sure that you meet the qualifications for the office you are seeking as stated in the bylaws.

Activities and Plans for the Year
• Bumping Back Distracted Driving- August 1
• Save the drama wear a seat belt- August 20
• We won’t drink or drive impaired- October 3
• Family Dinner party- November 10
• Comparative shopping- November 20
• Learn about FCCLA- December 1
• Introduce workshop- December 2
• Building a better you project- December 7
• Collage about me- December 15
• Personal goal setting- December 20
• A better you- January 5
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