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100 Ideas For Your Student Council School Events 1. Arm Wrestling: Hold an all school arm wrestling competition. You can have boys against boys, girls against girls, or coed. It could be a money maker by charging people to enter. Don't forget prizes! 2. Basketball Tournament: You could do three on three, teachers vs. students, or teachers vs. teachers of a rival school. 3. …

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100 Ideas For Your Student Council Hcsk12.org. 100 Ideas For Your Student Council School Events 1. Arm Wrestling: Hold an all school arm wrestling competition. You can have boys against boys, girls against girls, or coed. It could be a money maker by charging people to enter. Don't forget prizes! 2.

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100 Ideas For Your Student Council Hcsk12.org. Ideas Hcs-k12.org Show details . 9 hours ago 46) Inter Club Council: or ICC is were the Student Body Vice President meets with representatives/board members from every club and extra curricular activity in the school to organize events and to sustain balance between clubs. 47) StuCo Suggestion Box: The …

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1. Car wash. There's a good reason why car washes are common school fundraisers- it's because they're always a success! Parents will line up around the block to have a chance to get their car washed knowing that the money will support their child's school.
2. Bake sale. Give students the opportunity to show off their baking skills by hosting a school bake sale. Funds raised through all of the baked goods sold during the bake sale will go to a designated cause.
3. Walk-a-thon. Encourage your classmates to unplug for the day and get outside! A Walk-a-thon is a great way to raise funds and encourage healthy habits within your school community.
4. Outdoor movie night. An outdoor movie night is an entertaining and low-stress fundraising option. To host an outdoor movie night, you'll need a field or somewhere to host the event, a projector screen or inflatable movie screen, and a family-friendly movie.
5. Trivia night. A trivia night fundraiser can be fun and educational. People can participate in the trivia night as part of a trivia team. To plan a trivia night, you will need to have a team of people to put together the trivia questions, a quiz master for the night, and enough participants to ensure the event is a success.
6. Flea market. Families always have old odds and ends sitting in storage that they've been meaning to get rid of. Why not hold a school wide flea market where people can bring and sell their family's old belongings?
7. Haunted House. Everyone enjoys a good haunted house at Halloween and organizing a haunted house is a fun activity for school kids. And the fun increases when you are selling tickets and raising money for a good cause.
8. Online crowdfunding. Encourage classmates to leverage their social media skills and take a stab at online crowdfunding. It can be exciting to see the power of social media used for good and can also teach students some valuable digital marketing skills they may use later in life.
9. Art show. Every school has a handful of talented artists. Why not give them a chance to showcase their work and raise money for their school? An art show can be a sophisticated evening where students can display and sell art pieces they've made at school.
10. Battle of the bands. If you have talented musicians at your school, a battle of the bands is a great way to allow them to show off their talents by hosting a fun outdoor concert.

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1. Netflix Party. Host a club movie night through the Chrome Extension Netflix Party and watch a movie together with the built-in chat.
2. TikTok Competition. Join in on the TikTok fun by creating content for an existing TikTok challenge or creating your own challenge and trying to get students at your school to join your challenge.
3. Photo Contest. Have students share fun and inspiring photos, campus-wide or within a group. Set a new theme daily or weekly such as pet pics, dorm-style door decoration, who is your quarantine fam (introduce family members, roommates, your cat), or most organized desks (bonus: this can also help equip less organized classmates with ideas to improve their own workspaces).
4. Post a Group Video Lesson. Use this time to share your talents or share your knowledge! Invite group members to record and upload their own instructional videos to share something they care about with the community.
5. Collaborative Group Photo. Join the #CampusGgroupsChallenge. Just like our CampusGroups team, create your own #CampusGroupsChallenge picture! Ask each member of your Group to take a picture by himself, herself or with loved ones spending this confinement time together.
6. Livestream a Virtual Speaker Event. Gather members in your community together at the same time by hosting a live session, presentation or webinar for chapel, a virtual speaker event, or set up a video conference Q&A session with an alumni of your school to share career and industry insights with current students.
7. Interactive Maps. Now that you are all going home, this is an opportunity to learn more about your group members! See how many different states are represented in your group map, share the best spots from your hometown, and explore each other's backgrounds!
8. Career Prep. Bring in a recruiter to talk about virtual job search strategies. Invite alumni for a Q&A session related to your group’s field of interest.
9. Virtual Field Trip. Organize a virtual field trip based on your group’s interests: Art, science, history, archeology and more! Many of the world’s most famous museums are offering virtual museum tours to share their incredible collections while promoting social distancing.
10. Book Club Connections. Students are in charge in this setting, so pick something fun! Have group members vote on and read a selected book, graphic novel or short story and then meet up for a Lit & Latte discussion.

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1. #CoronaCant. I am loving the #CoronaCant campaign at Boca Raton Community High School in Boca Raton, Florida. Helmed by teacher Jordan Hernandez (who founded We Dine Together) and class of 2019 graduate Luke Lynch, both educators and students have been creating a lot of inspiring content that conveys how the coronavirus can’t keep them from doing the things that are important to them.
2. Spirit Weeks. A number of schools and school districts have done weekly challenges where students participate in a themed activity, take a picture or video of it, and then upload and tag it with a specific hashtag so that the community can find, enjoy, and celebrate it with them.
3. Happy Birthday! Kevin Carroll is the Principal at Waldwick High School in Waldwick, New Jersey, and he is awesome. I kid you not, he has been filming personalized “Happy Birthday” videos for each of his students who has had a birthday while schools have been closed and posting them on Instagram.
4. Prom. As another way to facilitate connection, we’ve seen a number of schools organize Virtual Proms on Zoom or another platform (TikTok also organized proms where many youth posted videos with the hashtag #tiktokprom – receiving almost a billion views so far!).
5. Mental Health and Well-Being. In keeping with a renewed interest in promoting mental health and well-being among students (which I hope continues far beyond COVID-19), I appreciate the efforts of Corona-Norco Unified School District in Norco, California in compiling a number of quality resources into their Virtual Calming Room.
6. Yearbook Signing. As another example of something neat and unique, Loara High School in Anaheim, California created virtual yearbook pages for their students.
7. Senior Banquet and Netflix Party. I also really like what Heritage High School in Brentwood, California is doing for their seniors. Specifically, they organized a livestream event via Instagram Stories involving video highlights from the last four years at school, speeches from staff and students and “Best of the Best” (superlatives) award winners.
8. Photo Tributes. I’d like to end with a tribute video that teachers at Dinuba High School in Dinuba, California made for the class of 2020 that I thought was super creative.

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most every student council in both middle level and high schools as well as sample forms designed for use with a variety of student council activities, including calendars, meeting minutes, and committee reports. The NASC Student Council Handbook should not stand alone as your only student council reference. Councils will get the most benefit by …

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1. Serve your community with a “Rake and Run.” Find out who in your community needs help around the house, and plan a day where students can sign up to rake lawns and bag the leaves.
2. Make a team-themed spirit cowbell. Use craft paint and ribbons in your school’s colors to create a custom cowbell for pep rallies and sporting events.
3. Host a virtual talent show. During 2020 we spent a lot more time at home, which gave us plenty of time to develop some new talents (anyone else learn how to play the ukulele?).
4. Do a book donation project. Not everyone has access to Wi-Fi or ebooks, and getting to the library can be challenging. Create a drop box at your school where classmates can donate books.
5. Plan a “design a mask” challenge. Challenge your classmates to come up with a design for a mask that celebrates school spirit. Then, pick your three favorites.
6. Create a school cheer. Simple or complicated? It’s up to your school! Make it catchy so that years from now, it will still pop into alumni’s heads and remind them of the good times they had at your school.
7. Host a virtual Senior Night. Celebrate your seniors by broadcasting highlights of their greatest accomplishments on social media!
8. Hold a Community Day. This makes a great annual tradition that builds school pride and stronger neighborhood-school ties. Students, teachers, staff, parents, and alumni get together to give a day of service in the community, whether by cleaning up sidewalks, planting trees, visiting seniors, or serving at food banks.
9. Highlight your school’s diversity with holiday hallway decorations. Welcome classmates back from winter or spring break with holiday hallways. Decorate school hallways for different cultural traditions to educate students about different holidays around the world.
10. Host a Color Run. A color run is a healthy and fun way to show your school spirit. Check out the article “10 Reasons You Should Do the Color Run.”

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1. “Take What You Need” Bulletin Board This is a popular one, but when done correctly, it never gets old. Have students brainstorm possible emotional supports their classmates may need (ex. courage, commitment, self-love), then search for a dozen or more quotes that can be meaningful mantras and reminders for that need.

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Best Student Council Fundraising Ideas DoJiggy … Students Dojiggy.com Show details . 8 hours ago Student Council Fundraising Ideas for Middle Schools and High Schools. Active peer to peer events are still a great idea for middle and high school students.As students get older, the challenges can have an added level of difficulty. Run/Ride Races. Light and Neon Fun …

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The student council, as part of the extra-curricular activity grade school, helps instill values of leadership and democracy. The activities like sharing ideas, concerns, and interests, by students with teachers and the principal of the school, can thus be carried out. Fundraising in schools is also done through these student councils. Student Council Ideas. Service Projects: …

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As a willing advisor or student member, you must come up with a reason why you want to start a student council at your school. Setting a goal for your first year will often be closely related to your reason for starting your Student Council. Ideas: Fundraising for a specific cause, planning a dance, creating and/or participating in a community service project, and planning a talent show

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Student Council Fundraising Ideas for Middle Schools and High Schools Active peer to peer events are still a great idea for middle and high school students. As students get older, the challenges can have an added level of difficulty. Run/Ride Races Light and Neon Fun Runs: Middle and high school students of all ages will enjoy these concept runs.

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100 Ideas For Your Student Council - Hillsboro City Schools Hot www.hcs-k12.org. activity in the school to organize events and to sustain balance between clubs. 47) StuCo Suggestion Box: The student body can submit suggestions and new ideas for the council to try. 48) Student Body Retreat: Each member in council selects one boy and one girl from each grade, (who are not …

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Middle School Student Council Activities Middle school student councils serve the same functions as high school student councils: they develop leadership skills, foster community awareness and participation and promote school spirit. The main difference between the two is the level of sophistication and experience of the student council members.

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What activities can be carried out by a student council??

The activities like sharing ideas, concerns, and interests, by students with teachers and the principal of the school, can thus be carried out. Fundraising in schools is also done through these student councils.

What is the role of Student Council in Middle School??

Middle School Student Council Activities. Middle school student councils serve the same functions as high school student councils: they develop leadership skills, foster community awareness and participation and promote school spirit. The main difference between the two is the level of sophistication and experience of the student council members.

How do I start a student council??

As a willing advisor or student member, you must come up with a reason why you want to start a student council at your school. Improving student morale, working to solve a school issue, improving relationships between staff and students, or simply planning a school event such a dance are all reasons to start your student council.

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By taking advantage of the community you have available, a school raffle can turn into an exciting event with tons of great prizes. Those are our most popular student council fundraising ideas that hundreds of students have used to raise funds for their schools.

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