Section I. Regular meetings of the Council shall be held on a regular basis on a day set aside by the executive committee of the Student Council.
Section II. The President or the Advisor may call special meetings.
ARTICLE VI: OFFICERS
Section 1. Officers of the Council shall consist of a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary and Treasurer, and a Parliamentarian.
Section II. The President shall preside at all meetings when present. The Vice-President shall preside at meetings in the absence of the President. The Treasurer shall have charge of all money taken in and paid out by the Student Council and shall preside at meetings in the absence of both President and Vice-President. The Secretary shall take minutes at all meetings and arrange for publication and distribution of news that she or he might receive. The Secretary shall also preside at meetings in the absence of President, Vice-President and the Treasurer. The Parliamentarian shall be responsible for the proper parliamentary procedure at all meetings, elections, or other official acts under the auspices of the Student Council.
ARTICLE VII: ACTIVITIES
Section I. The Student Council shall have charge of the student assembly programs and homecoming activities.
Section II. The Council must approve all dances and other school parties.
ARTICLE VIII: APPROVAL
No action of the Student Council may become operative without the approval of the Administration.
ARTICLE IX: AMENDMENTS
Section I. Amendments to this constitution may be proposed by (a) Student Council members at the request of 20% of the student body, and (b) a Student Council member.
Section II. The Student Council must then approve the proposed amendment by a 2/3 majority.
National Honor Society
The Seymour chapter of the National Honor Society was established many years ago. in this organization is based upon . Students are selected by the faculty and include Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with high academic status. To be considered for the National Honor Society, the student must meet the following criteria:
1. Be a sophomore with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
2. Be a junior with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
3. Be a senior with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
In addition to grade point average the student must have at least 12 points based upon the following extra curricular events. One point for each year of participation. In sports, you do not have to letter, but must be out all season. These all count from freshman year.
Football-1School Musical-1Student Council-1
Softball-1Church Group-1Class Officer-1
Sports Manager-1Pepper Staff-1Speech Contest-1
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