Role and Responsibilities of Officer Positions
Class of 2013
The Class of 2013 President duties include, but are not limited to:
· Scheduling Executive meetings with Class Advisors
· Calling meetings to order
· Setting the meeting agenda
· Presiding over the meeting
· Closing the meeting
· Serving as a liaison between the Class of 2013 and administration
· Providing support to other officers
The Class of 2013 President duties include, but are not limited to, being in attendance at meetings, taking leadership roles on committees, participating in school sponsored activities, communicating with the other class officers, and listening to classmates for the betterment of your grade, your education, and your high school experiences. Also, it is someone who is comfortable speaking to both students and school administration. The President is professional, approachable, organized and thoughtful. Additionally, the President helps to make sure that student concerns aren't just heard, but that they are being addressed in a timely fashion.
The Vice-President is a support position. The Vice-President steps in whenever the President is unable to attend meetings or school functions.
The Vice-President's responsibilities are the same as those of the President, although these responsibilities are only taken on during the President's absence with the exception of serving as a liaison between the students and campus administration. The Vice-President may spend time listening to student concerns and helping address them than the President as the Vice-President may have more time to serve in this capacity as the Vice-President does not always have to preside over meetings or create agendas for meetings.
The Vice-President also sets up committees, assigns people to them, oversees them, and helps run each one smoothly.
The Secretary duties include, but are not limited to:
· Taking meeting minutes
· Distributing meeting minutes
· Typing meeting agendas (and putting it on our class website)***
· Distributing meeting agendas
· Formatting a newsletter (to be emailed to parents)
· Maintaining a calendar of meetings and school-wide activities
· Writing "Thank-You" notes to supporters
The Secretary is a student who is organized, possesses excellent written and verbal communication skills, and is capable of collaborating with others. The Secretary is a vital role as it is the secretary who communicates the activities of the Executive Board to its members, and in some cases, to the student body.
The Treasurer is responsible for:
· Being available after all fundraisers (after or before school) to count and record funds (must be at least two officers and the sponsor present when counting money)
· Work with advisors to Keep track of the Executive Board's books
· Auditing Committee books (funding each committee when need be)
· Requesting funds from accounting
· Processing reimbursement requests from e-board officers
The Treasurer is a student who is not only skilled at math and with numbers, but a student who is detail oriented, able to meet deadlines and can accurately complete complex paperwork. The treasurer provides or approves the funding for the e-board, host activities and events. He or she also communicates accounting instructions and fundraising guidelines to campus organization and student group leaders.
Responsibilities of the Class of 2013 Executive Board
As a whole the Senior class executive board is generally responsible for bringing the concerns of the Senior student body to the administration through their advisors, creating a community for the students at school, organizing campus wide activities, and fundraising.
The executive board establishes a forum for students to voice concerns. This forum may be an open executive board meeting, an e-mail address where all suggestions may be sent. The Senior class officers then either responds to these concerns in writing, with additional school resources, or by taking these concerns and suggestions to the class advisors.