Pillar 1: Leadership Development
GASC Leadership Summit 2018
GASC District Rallies
November 3 at Alpharetta High School
District Reps: Natasha Havanur and Sophia Abedi
October 27 at Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology
District Reps: Sandra Perez and Jonas Baker
District Reps: Carter Ward and Matthew Lyon
September 15-16 at Jekyll Island 4-H Center, hosted by Wayne County High School
Click on the button below for more information about District 4's Rally!
District Reps: Chloe Johnson and Griffin Boykin
October 27 at Houston County High School
District Reps: Maddie Key and Alyssa Lee
SASC Convention 2018
Pillar 2: Service
The first weeks can be overwhelming especially for new students. Help introduce those students to all your school has to offer by hosting a club fair!
The beginning of the year is filled with an enormous workload for teachers. Have your council host a faculty luncheon to appreciate all of the staff's dedication to making your school run smoothly!
After High School Plans
First semester can be stressful for seniors. It brings forth the question of the future. WIth the help of your counselors, hold a seminar for the seniors to explore what their options are after high school and how to get there.
Red Carpet Charm
You can never go wrong with a Hollywood-themed dance! Roll out the red carpet and cameras for an amazing night.
With lots of snow and snowflakes, a winter wonderland is sure to make sure your school experiences an unforgettable night.
Experience a magical night under the stars! Plan for lots of stars and lights for one Van-Gogh themed night!
Red Carpet Charm
Spotlight on Service
To nominate your chapter for a service project, Click the Button Down Below!
Bert's Big Adventure
Pillar 3: Membership
Join GASC Today!
Start your school year off right by joining GASC! Your council will be able to take part in our events, like Leadership Summit and Convention, all dedicated to molding students into better leaders. Join our organization or renew your membership and pay your dues today! Remember: You can also encourage other schools in your area to join this incredible organization by Hugging a School. Visit www.gasconline.net for more information.
What is GASC? Why should you join? What does membership do for you? Let our President and Vice President Schools answer all of your questions.
Pillar 4: Connections
Humans of GASC
Pillar 5: Democratic Principles
Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program
WHAT: Lead2Feed is a free leadership program that nurtures a new generation of leaders – the ones sitting in your classroom and school – while working to meet a community need through project management, decision-making and teamwork. Based on the best-selling book, Taking People With You by Yum! Brands Co-Founder, Former Chairman and CEO David Novak, Lead2Feed empowers students to act, to serve and to make big things happen.
WHY: The Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program blends leadership lessons with community service. These innovative leadership lessons are integrated easily into any subject area and all class or club settings. Designed to teach 6th – 12th graders how to lead and serve, Lead2Feed is available at no cost to educators and youth club advisers.
HOW: Give students a jump start into the real world of leadership by offering comprehensive lessons aligned to standards and 21st century skills. The Lead2Feed Student Leadership Program is helping to fill a gap in middle and high school education by giving students the opportunity to lead, create and implement team projects designed to meet a need in their school, local or global community.
To learn more about the Lead2Feed Program and to register, click the button below:
Pillar 6: Advisor Development
National Conference on Student Activities
The Georgia Association of Students Councils is proud to invite ALL of our wonderful Teachers and Advisors to the The National Conference on Student Activities (NCSA) in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference is designed to provide program strands that encourage participation of a wide variety of activity advisors, school administrators, leadership educators, motivational speakers, and consultants.
This is such an amazing opportunity to attend the national conference as it is dedicated to people just like us right in our backyard of Atlanta! We are expecting people from all over the United States and phenomenal keynote speakers.
You can register today! Registration can be found by clicking the button below. This is the FIRST TIME in the history of this conference that it has been in Georgia, so please take advantage of this amazing opportunity with not only advisors in student council, but teachers and other advisors of organizations around your school!
Advisor of the Month
Alpharetta High School
Advisor of the Month Nominations
In order to be considered for the September edition of the Gazette, please complete the form by September 25th.
The Advisor Advocate
Save the Dates!
When you become a GASC Member, you can take part in these incredible leadership development activities!
September 15-16: District 4 Rally at Jekyll Island hosted by Wayne County High School
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 previous editions of the Gazette, click on the buttons below!