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Arlington Elementary Student Council Completes a Busy Year

Arlington Elementary Student Council was very active this year. They completed several projects to promote a positive school climate and community service. Members had regular meetings to generate ideas and plans to complete the projects.

The council formed committees to organize and facilitate each project. The Secret Kindness Committee promoted kindness by assigning various students kindness tasks each week. This was an ongoing project from October through April. Another committee initiated community service by organizing a donation drive for the Children’s Hospital. The members collected and delivered games, toys, and movies to the hospital in March. The members also organized an assembly to encourage kindness to avoid violence at school. Deputy Kruse spoke to students about safety and the members presented a kindness skit.

All members worked together to create an end of the year celebration for the entire elementary. The celebration included an obstacle course and an opportunity for classes to show appreciation to their teachers with a poem and dance. The student council members recruited other students to help with many of these projects so more students could contribute and feel included in these efforts. This is the third year for Arlington Elementary to have a student council. This has been a fabulous way to improve their leadership skills and promote positive character traits as role models for the younger students.

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