Student Leadership

Every fall, the grade 5 and 6 students have a student election.  Students may choose to run for one of the following minister positions:

Secretary Minister:

  • updates and tracks grade 5 and 6 fundraising budget
  • helps Mrs. Locke in the office during lunch recess:
    • restocks paper in the photocopier room
    • runs errands around the school
    • delivers mail to classrooms
    • changes the school sign

Learning Commons Minister:

  • assists with re-shelving books 
  • helps Mrs. Willis in the library
  • helps with the Book Fair
  • researches new and exciting books for the library

Sports Minister:

  • assists with intramural sports program
  • assists with Track and Field Day
  • maintains sports equipment rooms
  • attends sport committee meetings
  • gets involved in any sport activities (including intramurals)

Climate Minister:

  • assists with special holiday activities
  • distributes programs during concert activities
  • helps with climate activity set-up

Fine Arts Minister:

  • attends climate and fine arts meetings
  • assists with theatre productions
  • maintains the music room

Environment Minister:

  • distributes paper recycling bins to each classroom
  • organizes students to collect paper recycling and beverage containers every week
  • makes a schedule for classes to clean-up garbage on our school playground
  • helps promote environmental activities for staff and students

Moo-trition Minister:

  • sells milk during lunch time
  • collects milk cartons, rinses them out and puts them in recycling

Maker Space Minister:

  • helps plan projects in the Imaginarium
  • helps plan construction projects
  • help supervise the Maker Space room

Learning Commons Minister:

  • helps think of ideas for the Learning Commons
  • helps with organizing materials in the Learning Commons