PILLAR I: LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
For more information, visit www.gasconline.net/leadership-summit.html
Click on the button below to register today and reserve your spot!
Meet Summit Keynote Speaker: A'ric Jackson
November 3rd at Alpharetta High School
District Reps: Natasha Havanur and Sophia Abedi
October 27th at Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
District Reps: Sandra Perez and Jonas Baker
October 20th at Episcopal Day School
District Reps: Carter Ward and Gabby Leonard
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District Reps: Chloe Johnson and Griffin Boykin
October 27th at Houston County High School
District Reps: Maddie Key and Alyssa Lee
PILLAR II: SERVICE
Bert's Big Adventure
This year, we are continuing our partnership with Bert's Big Adventure for our state service project.
Bert's Big Adventure is a nonprofit organization that provides a magical, all-expenses-paid, five-day journey to Walt Disney World for children with chronic and terminal illnesses and their families. The organization was started 16 years ago, in 2002, by Bert Weiss from the Bert Show, and continues to work year-round to provide assistance to these children and their families. For more information, visit their website or watch the video below!
Spotlight on Service
Our new initiative, "Spotlight on Service" is an opportunity to highlight exciting, innovating, and successful service projects that various GASC member councils have introduced at their schools. The Spotlight on Service Showcase will feature various services that truly embody what it means to be a servant leader. This will give more service ideas to student councils across the state. This also gives councils the chance to show the state how great they really are!
To nominate your chapter for a service project, click the button below!
PILLAR III: MEMBERSHIP
Congratulations on Your GASC Membership!
If you have any questions about membership, please email email@example.com
Our full membership list is attached below. Thank you to our member schools for joining!
PILLAR IV: CONNECTIONS
Humans of GASC
Meet your GASC Executive Board Members!
School: Lambert High School
"Failing to prepare is preparing to fail"
"Don’t expect to be treated like Louboutins if you act like flip flops"
Rai Mukherjee is Senior at Lambert High School in Suwanee, Georgia. She currently serves as one of this year's Convention Chairs. Throughout her student career, Rai's most notable accomplishments including receiving the President's Service Award, Semi-Finalist on Dance USA Dance Season 1 & 2, as well as receiving First Place in Dance Fever. Rai says her favorite GASC Memory was in her family group! "The leaders told me to share my goals for the weekend to a random person and that random person actually found me on instagram and texted me and asked if I had reached my goals and learned something. That’s when I truly began loving GASC because he went out of his way to do that for me," Rai quotes.
School: Dacula High School
"My Youth Pastor has been a crucial mentor in my life by helping me learn how to be fearless and confident when sharing my passions and positivity, especially at my high school."
Kylie Adams is Senior at Dacula High School in Dacula, Georgia. She currently serves in the Executive Board in representing the Journal School. Throughout her student career, Kylie's most notable accomplishments include being elected as a Student Body Officer for GASC, Beta Club President at Dacula, winning a French Essay Contest that resulted in a scholarship to travel to France, and managing GASC Social Media Platforms. Kylie says her favorite GASC Memory is attending the National Student Council Conference with strangers that quickly became some of her best friends!
PILLAR V: DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES
The 11th Annual State of Education in Georgia Conference: School Safety Panel
PILLAR VI: ADVISOR DEVELOPMENT
Advisor of the Month
Lanier High School
Ms Smith is extremely friendly, and in doing so both adults and students alike are comfortable having a conversation with her! In Lanier, Ms. Smith has helped innovate "The Heard" (the student section for sporting events that is full of tons of school spirit), brought the can food drive to life at Lanier, introduced the Lanier Student Council to Hunger to Hope, and introduced student council members at Lanier to Operation Christmas child. GASC would like to thank Ms. Melissa Smith for her hard work and dedication!
Advisor of the Month Nominations
In order to be considered for the October edition of the Gazette, please complete the form by October 25th.
Check out this month's Advisor Advocate!
Save the Dates!
As a GASC Member, you can take part in these incredible leadership development events!
October 19-21: SASC in Summerville, SC
October 27: District 2 Rally at Gwinnett School of Mathematics Science and Technology
October 27: District 5 Rally at Houston County High School
November 3: District 1 Rally at Alpharetta High School
November 5: Leadership Summit at the Georgia State Capitol
November 30-December 2: National Conference on Student Activities in Atlanta, GA
February 22-24: GASC 2019 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, GA
To view the previous editions of the Gazette, click on the buttons below!