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TCHS 2016-2017 Student Council Representatives

Seniors

Juniors

Sophomores

President

Jordan Pittman

Vice-President:

Carly Merritt 

Secretary:

Emma Rose Williams

Class Representatives:

Summer Stephenson

Karina Delgado

Shamiyah Williams

Meredith Lucas

Daniel Myles

 President

Joslyn Reyes

Vice-President

Hannah Hartsfield

Secretary 

Katie Kemeness

Class Representatives

Anna Bowen

Brooke Smith

Olivia Thomas

Julianna Cross

President 

Yanira Amaya

Vice-President

Johanna Andrew

Secretary

Caitlin Pilcher

Class Representatives

Conner Stephan

 

Committee @ Large

Austin Bennett

Malik Brooks

Rolando Amaya

Hannah Helwig

Ty Garrick

Marissa Tiamfook

Braeden Baldwin

Lehi Larger

Andrew McBrayer

Bryanna Young

Jarod Beeman

Carlos Daniel Romo

Jake Hill

Riley Roberts

Chermia Morgan

Georgia Reinhardt

 

Superintendent Woods selects 2016-2017 Student Advisory Council

 

Superintendent Woods selects 2016-2017 Student Advisory Council - Congratulations to TCHS student, A’mayall Adams.

State School Superintendent Richard Woods has selected 108 Georgia students to serve on his 2016-2017 Student Advisory Council. Throughout the school year, these middle and high school students will meet with Superintendent Woods to discuss the impact of state policies in the classroom. Members of the Student Advisory Council will also discuss other issues related to education, serve as the Superintendent’s ambassadors to their respective schools, and participate in service projects to benefit schools and students.

“Meeting with my Student Advisory Council has been, and will continue to be, an invaluable part of my decision-making process,” Superintendent Woods said. “To develop child-focused, classroom-centered policies, we have to hear directly from students. We can only improve their educational experience by bringing them to the table.”

Members were selected from a pool of more than 800 students who applied to serve on the council. Students were chosen based on the strength of their essay answers, which focused on their ideas for public education and the ways their own educational experience could be improved. The students selected attend public schools all over the state.

“It was refreshing and valuable to hear these students’ feedback and ideas,” Superintendent Woods said. “This is a fantastic group of students with great ideas for the future of our educational system, and I can’t wait to work with them. I’d like to thank every student who took the time to apply and share their thoughts.”