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The Student Council coordinates our Student Government for the benefit of all SBHS students, grades 9-12. The Student Council Officers plan and organize school-wide events, and they oversee the Student Senate. The Student Council officers are elected in the spring and meet during Block 3A in the Student Activities Office, Room 109.

The Student Senate provides a democratic forum in which students can address those school-related issues that affect their lives. It also maintains a continuous communication channel from students to both faculty and administration, as well as among the students within the school. Student Senators are selected as representatives from each Block 1A class in the beginning of each school year and are expected to attend Senate meetings regularly. Class Officers are also members of the Student Senate.

Student Council


Advisor Ms. Boyer

Student Council Officers President:
Matt Ryan

 

Vice President
Isabella Leite (Izzy)

 

Board of Ed Rep
Sara Rubiano

 

Treasurer
Greg Lanzalotto

 

Corresponding Secretary
Lola Bakhadyrova

 

Recording Secretary
Kallen Mitchell

 

Historian
Jada Mayo

 

Public Relations Chair
Philip Vozzo

 

Underclassmen Representative
Jillian Ryan

 

Executive Members

Jenna Cohen Zayna Jawed
Sahil Ganatra Michaela Sanders
Ashley Gomez  

 

 

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Student Council Events


 


2017-2018Schoolwide Events


 


 


Wear Teal, Spin The Wheel
Help us spread awareness about Prostate and Ovarian Cancer. Wear Teal or light blue and look for our lunch activities.
September 20th


SBHS Thinks PINK
Raise awareness about Breast Cancer. Wear Pink to school and to attend the Stuco/Interact Basketball Tournament will be held after school.
October 12th


Homecoming Spirit Week
SBHS will stamp your passport each day as you travel around the world, during our Homecoming Spirit Week.
October 9th-October 13th


Homecoming Rally
Celebrate our Fall Sports Teams, and Band. Get into the Homecoming Spirit right before the Homecoming Game!
October 13th


Homecoming
Don’t Miss The Court, the Big Game, and our Float Parade. Wear your Black and Gold!
October 13th


SBHS Supports Our Troops
Support our current and future SBHS military members.
Month Of November


Powder Puff Football
Join the classes as they raise funds for charity and play in the 2017 Powder Puff Tournament!
November 18th or 16th (Contingent on football playoffs)


Month of Giving
Adopt a South Brunswick Family, Deck the Halls or provide a gift card for our Giving Tree. We’ll celebrate our love of service in the Month of Giving.
Month Of December


Winter Spirit Week
Let’s get in the Viking Spirit and have some fun with Spirit Days!
January 8th-January 12th


 


Winter Pep Rally
Warm up before the Winter Break by celebrating our athletes and other SBHS groups.
January  12th


Hugs-4-Brady Blacklight Dance
Wear ANY Hugs-4-Brady shirt to school & show us your moves at night to raise funds for the Hugs-4-Brady Foundation.
Jan. 26th


Wing Bowl
Compete or be a spectator for our annual wing eating contest.
February 2nd


Valentine’s Gram Sales
Send flowers to your friend or crush with a message to let them know you care.
In lunches February 7-9


SBHS Has Heart
SBHS raises awareness about Heart Disease and Heart Health.
February 14th


SBHS Feeds the Hungry
Support the South Brunswick Food Pantry during our food drive all week.
Month Of March


Mr. SBHS
Take in the sights! We’re traveling around the world as our senior guys compete for the 2018 title of Mr. SBHS!
March 16th


Spring Spirit Week
Show your school spirit by dressing up for Spirit Days!
April 2nd-April 6th


Spring Pep Rally
Let us see your Viking Pride! Get ready for our in-school Pep Rally.
April 6th


SBHS Goes Blue
Support Autism Acceptance in our School Community. Wear Blue and learn about Autism.
April 26th


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 



Student Senate

WHO WE ARE: Student Council Officers, Class Officers and Student Senators

WHAT WE DO: An active body meeting to address issues, concerns and activities of interest to all students

 

CLICK HERE FOR DESCRIPTION AND CONTACTS



Student Council