• Segerstrom High School
     
    The Following are the descriptions for the Sophomore Class Officer positions for 2018-2019
     

    Sophomore Class President

     

    DEFINITION: The Sophomore Class President is mainly responsible for understanding the need of the class for the year and what it takes to lead the class through events.  In order to do this the president needs to identify the leaders within the class, assess their strengths and weaknesses, and recruit/motivate them to become the chairpersons of events sponsored by the class.  This position is one of overseeing the efforts of many, causing team spirit, all working toward a goal of serving each sophomore with good events.  In the process class meetings are used.  The president leads from an up front position and at the same time modeling the willingness and the effort to work hard.

     

    DUTIES: 

    1.     Attends School Site Council Meetings.

    2.     Serve as chairperson of the class council and leading, holding, and announcing class meetings. They must have an agenda for each meeting.

    3.     Schedules all class events in the master calendar.

    4.     Development and implementation of the process by which a fair and balanced class council is chosen.

    5.     Oversee all class events, working with the event Chairperson.

    6.     Encourages and motivates other officers.

    7.     Serve as an observer at the Representative Assembly Meeting.

    8.     Attend daily leadership class and weekly business meetings.

    9.     Use and maintain working notebook.

    10. Use and maintain master notebook.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1.     Maintain a grade point average of 3.0 for each grading period from time of petitioning for the job until your final grading period.

    2.     Maintain eligibility according to district eligibility rules.

    3.     Enroll in Leadership Class.

    4.     Extra time available before and after school, lunch and nights.

     

    PERSONAL QUALITIES:

    1.      Must be a good student role model.

    2.      Must be a confident speaker in front of large groups.

    3.      Must be organized and be able to delegate authority.

    4.      Must be able to manage and motivate people effectively.

    5.      Must be able to communicate effectively with others (peers and adults).

    6.      Must be able to manage time well and have time outside of leadership class.

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Sophomore Class Vice-President

     

    DEFINITION: The Sophomores Class Vice-President is mainly responsible for assisting the Sophomore President in understanding the needs of the class for the year and what it takes to lead the class through the events.  This position is one of overseeing the efforts of many, and causing a team spirit.  The Sophomore Vice-President is the spirit leader of the sophomore class.

     

    DUTIES: 

    1.     Attends School Site Council Meetings when Sophomore Class President is unable to attend.

    2.     Assists in the selection balance of the class council.

    3.     Assists with scheduling the class meetings schedules.

    4.     Fills is for the President as needed. For example:  running class meetings as the president requests.

    5.     Encourages, motivates, and praises fellow sophomores.

    6.     Serve as an observer at the Representative Assembly Meeting.

    7.     Attend daily leadership class and weekly business meetings.

    8.     Aid at least ten freshmen with their service learning requirement.

    9.     Use and maintain working notebook.

    10. Use and maintain master notebook.

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    1.     Maintain a grade point average of 3.0 for each grading period from time of petitioning for the job until your final grading period.

    2.     Maintain eligibility according to district eligibility rules.

    3.     Enroll in Leadership Class.

    4.     Extra time available before and after school.

     

    PERSONAL QUALITIES:

    1.      Must be a good student role model.

    2.      Must be a confident speaker in front of large groups.

    3.      Must have energy and spirit and be able to motivate other likewise.

    4.      Must be creative and able to delegate authority.

    5.      Must be able to communicate effectively with others (peers and adults).

    6.      Must be able to manage time well and have time outside of leadership class.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

Last Modified on August 23, 2018