Student Council

 

"Students who are interested in leadership opportunities and who exemplify Oak's core values are encouraged to apply for Student Council. Members will work with students, faculty, administrators, and community members to improve student life at Oak.

STUDENT COUNCIL NEWSLETTER 21-22 (pdf)


 

Just some of the things we do on Student Council...

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Snowpeople Challenge 2022

Objective: Each team will build snowpeople to represent characters from a book


Timing: Anytime between now and March 1st, 2022


Prize: One color cup point for each team that participates

Rules of Entry:

  • Build your snowpeople at home or a t school any day between now and March 1st
  • Take a picture of your snowpeople and email it to mdillon@shrewsbury.k12.ma.us.
  • Build however many snowpeople best represent the book you choose (ex: you can build 3 snowpeople or 100 snowpeople)
  • Each team that participates will earn one Color Cup Point. Participation can mean that your team builds one snowperson, or
    100 snowpeople–either way your team will earn one Color Cup Point. Entries will not be judged/ranked. Teams are the school teams, not smaller groups.

     

Fall Themed Door Decorating Contest - October 22, 2021

theme "we all belong"

First Place Winners - Seven Blue and Eight Blue

First Place Doors -7 Blue        First Place Doors - 8 Blue

Please click HERE to view the all the amazing doors the Oak Middle School student decorating for our Fall Door Decorating Contest!

 

Meeting Schedule
Nov 10
Nov 17
Dec 8 Jan 12
Jan 26
Feb 9 March 2
March 16
April 6
April 27
May 11
May 25
June 1  

*All meetings will take place from 2:30-3:30pm in Mrs. Dillon's classroom (401-8 Red Hallway)
*Additional meetings may be scheduled as needed 


Do you want to represent your team, grade, school and community?

Students who are interested in leadership opportunities and who exemplify Oak’s core values are encouraged to join the Student Council. Members will work with students, faculty, administrators, parents and community members to improve student life at Oak. Students will learn the skills to communicate and advocate for student needs in a professional manner, run a meeting, and plan activities that build a positive culture in the Oak community. 

The Student Council Member should be a person who is:

  • Models Oak's Core Values in their everyday choices and actions
  • Responsible, on time, and interested in helping others
  • Able to do special assignments, to listen to others and accept differing opinions
  • Able to work independently or in a group with both adults and peers

Thank you!  We are looking forward to a successful year!
Ms. Dillon

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