Student council serves its students

By Madison Stover

For the News-Current

BEAVERCREEK — Beavercreek High School Student Council puts a lot of time and effort into improving the school. In Student Council there are five officers who are responsible for a group of their peers – their committee.

Each quarter the groups tackle a different project. Student Council has some exciting things in store for the holiday season.

Student Council President Raven McCree is working with her committee on a “Senior Citizen’s Day” project. Student Council in December will be traveling to the Beavercreek Senior Center to provide breakfast, play games, and interact with the seniors of Beavercreek.

Vice President Saige Cole, of Student Council, is organizing along with her committee the 2015 Holiday Staff and Children’s Holiday Party. This exciting event is a party for all of the staff and their children. At the party there will be games and crafts, provided by Student Council.

The group’s treasurer Claire Pazynski is working with her committee and the “Adopt-A- Family” program to buy presents for two local families in need this holiday season. Student Council has been fundraising by selling coupon books to buy presents. After all of their hard work, Student Council will be able to provide presents to 6 children this season.

Even secretary Maddie Stover is working with her committee on organizing and hosting the first annual Beavercreek High School winter pep rally on Friday, Dec. 4. Student Council is conducting this pep-rally to raise school spirit for the upcoming winter sports season.

The council’s historian Ciara Ashbrook is working with her committee and the Family Violence Prevention Center in Xenia to provide toys, and other necessities to the women and children at the center. Donations are being collected from students during lunch. This will be the first time Student Council has donated to this organization and they are looking forward to it.

Story courtesy of the Beavercreek Student Ambassador Program.

Story courtesy of the Beavercreek Student Ambassador Program.