Student Leadership is responsible for:
- Student leadership development
- Creating school spirit
- Serving our campus and community
- Shining the spotlight on all student groups on campus
Four Seasons of Leadership
Season of START: (May) June, July, Aug
Purpose: Understand leadership EXPECTATIONS, build RELATIONSHIPS among student leaders, cast VISION for the school year, establish GOALS, and learn fundamental concepts of LEADERSHIP.
Season of SPIRIT: Sept, Oct, Nov
Purpose: Display school spirit and pride; increase student INVOLVEMENT; create FUN and ENTHUSIATIC atmosphere on campus, meet people and foster new FRIENDSHIPS; demonstrate EXCITEMENT and ENERGY.
Season of SERVICE: Dec, Jan, Feb
Purpose: To reach out and IMPACT lives; SERVE our campus and community; consider the NEEDS of OTHERS before our own, see life from a different PERSPECTIVE; learn the importance of GENEROSITY
Season of SHINE: Mar, Apr, May
Purpose: To SHINE the spotlight on students and staff; to provide an OPPORTUNITY for numerous talents to be on display; to APPRECIATE and RECOGNIZE students and staff.
The best moments happen when all four teams work together and create an experience that others HEAR, FEEL, SEE and DO.
Sound Set Up: This team is responsible for setting up sound and video equipment for all events. What people hear.
Outreach: This team recognizes staff and students in a variety of ways. What people feel.
Design: This team designs the layouts and themes for events. What people see.
Activities: This team organizes all activities for participation, including spirit weeks, lunchtime activities, rally games, student section, etc. What people do.
Statement of Purpose
I understand that leadership STARTs with me, but it’s not about me
That it is my responsibility to create school SPIRIT
That I get to SERVE my campus and community;
And I look for ways to SHINE the spotlight on others.
ASB Council: The Council represents All Student Body at Grand Terrace High School in student governing while providing activities to the benefit of all students on campus.
Renaissance Leadership: Focuses on supporting and celebrating the student body and faculty.
Publications: Primary responsibility is to create and publish the annual yearbook, capturing the history of student life over the course of the year.