Student Council

This page lists the dates of activities and events decided upon by the LIS Student Council.



The student council is made up of six student government officers and they hold meetings once a month. At these meetings representatives vote on spirit days and discuss future charities. Please visit this page often to see what activities the student council is creating and encouraging their fellow students to take part in.

2018 - 2019 Officers: 
6th Grade President - Elijah Lehrfeld
6th Grade Vice President - Bella Sannella
6th Grade Secretary - Mia Scarlata
5th Grade Treasurer - Nishka Desai
5th Grade Treasurer - Preeta Cyrus

Student Council Meetings Meeting Dates:  
October 10th             November 14th            December 12th
January 9th               February 13th               March 13th
April 10th                   May 8th                         



School Store:  The store is open every Thursday morning from 8:20 - 8:30am. Stop by when you get off the bus or when you get dropped off by your parents. A couple of dollars will get you some cute fun items likes smencils, erasers, key chains etc. Store will be set up in the hallway between the faculty room and the stage door.


Upcoming Events:

Next Meeting - February 13th



SPIRIT DAYS:

Tuesday January 15th - National Hat Day

Thursday January 24th - White (Snow) Out Day - Dress all in white

Friday February 1st - Team Apparel Day - Celebrate Super Bowl - Dress in your favorite team attire

Thursday February 14th - Red/Pink Day  - Valentine's Day




Service Projects

January Service Projects:
Glad Dog Nation
Are you looking to get rid of some unwanted stuffed animals? Look no further than our
own school! The Student Council will be collecting any unwanted stuffed animals to donate to the Glad Dog Nation who will make them into safe toys for pets. Collection is going on during the month of January!
  • 100% of all proceeds made from these pet toy sales go to Glad Dogs Foundation which funds initiatives to stem pet overpopulation, provide food and medical care for dogs, and support other innovative ideas.
Check out their website for more information and/or if you would like to purchase any pet toys. Collection boxes for stuffed animals will be located in the main office, outside Mrs. Axenroth's room, and in Mrs. Tarasov's room.

Penny Wars for Ronald McDonald House 
Bring in your loose change!!!!  Each penny is worth one "point" and counts "positively"
toward your grades (4th, 5th & 6th) point total; each silver coin or dollar bill gets points based on its value (a nickel is worth five points, a dime is worth 10, etc.), but counts "negatively" toward a grades total. So in a competition between grades, students who want their grade to win should place pennies into their own buckets and place nickels, dimes, quarters, or dollar bills into other grades' buckets. The grade bucket with the highest point total will win a special treat. Buckets will be labeled and located on the stage.   All funds collected will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House (RMHC).  
  • RMHC helps families with sick children. They help find and pay for housing that's near a hospitalized child, or pay the expense of staying together in another city, or even getting basic medical and dental care in a vulnerable community.  Since 1974, RMHC has helped address these needs every day, with 508,788 volunteers and staff members. For more information visit their website.


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