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The CCVHS Leadership Council during Beach Clean-Up

The Leadership Council (LC) at Central City Value High School is a representative structure the provides the opportunity for students to become involved in school affairs and work in partnership with teachers, administrators, and fellow peers for the benefit of the school and its students. LC contains several students from all grade levels who exemplify our five school values and are exceptional students with outstanding leadership qualities. These students help bring to light the ideas, interests, and concerns of their fellow peers, giving the student body a voice in their school environment. Leadership Council is involved in creating an exceptional school by raising funds for school-wide activities, creating social events, promoting school spirit, organizing community projects, giving back to the community by organizing philanthropy events, as well as addressing areas that need school reform.

Leadership Council Pledge

As members of the Leadership Council, we solemnly swear to follow all of these standards:

As leaders of the school, it is essential to reach out to all students. We must be the role models to all and motivate them to do better; not just by our words but also by our actions.

As we motivate students we also have to show them our jaguar pride, and by not attending events we do not show our responsibility. We joined this council with “Opportunity, Choice, and Commitment”. We have to show our commitment by attending Events so that many can do the same.

We have to 212 everything. Leaders have to be flexible and adjust their schedule to be on time.

If we are not responsible with our schedule, then how are we going to be responsible for our school? We must be on time for every event to be true leaders.

Being flexible is essential and the consequences of inflexibility can be harmful. As leaders we agree to stay out of academic probation as much as we can. We understand that academic probation does not exemplify leadership.

Leadership requires great courage. A courageous attitude best exemplifies a leader. We are intelligent people who have the potential to make this a great school. We are chosen as leaders for a purpose, and that purpose is to not only help ourselves but also the community.

IN THIS WE STRIVE!!!!

Academic Councils & Clubs

Leadership Council

The Leadership Council (LC) provides the opportunity for students to learn how to be leaders. The LC allows students to take initiative and become involved in school affairs while working in partnership with teachers, administrators, and fellow peers for the benefit of the school and its students. The LC contains several students from all grade levels who exemplify our five school values and are exceptional students with outstanding leadership qualities. These students help bring to light the ideas, interests, and concerns of their fellow peers, giving the student body a voice in their school environment. The LC is involved in creating an exceptional school by raising funds for school-wide activities, creating social events, promoting school spirit, organizing community projects, giving back to the community by organizing philanthropy events, as well as addressing areas that need school reform. LC members are chosen at the end of the present school year for the upcoming year by a panel of their peers. Students interested in participating must complete an application, collect forty signatures from their peers, collect three faculty recommendation signatures, write a two-page essay discussing why they aspire to become a member of LC, and conduct an interview with the principal and the LC Advisor. The LC is moderated by Ms. Reyes, Leadership Council Adviser & Activities Coordinator.

Student Ambassadors

Central City Value High School Student Ambassadors are the official representatives for the school and must contribute 30 total hours at designated student ambassador events. Ambassadors are knowledgeable, motivated, and enthusiastic students who serve as student hosts and hostesses at a variety of school and community events. These include but are not limited to school functions, and participation in the school tutoring program. The Ambassadors provide tours for prospective students, families, and other distinguished guests. The Ambassadors are dedicated and committed to the following: upholding the five core values, enhancing the image of the school, encouraging educational success, recruiting, and improving Central City Value High School. The Student Ambassadors Club is moderated by Ms. Reyes, Leadership Council Adviser & Activities Coordinator.

National Honors Society

the National Honor Society (NHS) was established to recognize outstanding high school- and middle school- level students. NHS is for those who show excellence in areas such as academic excellence, leadership, and character. They become honorable members of the elite group and show others the way to become academically successful. NHS meets a couple times a year and is moderated by Mr. Miller.

 

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