Peyton High School Student Council

The purpose of the Peyton High School Student Council (StuCo) is to act as a liaison between the student body and the administration and other student bodies within the Black Forest League and to increase school pride by connecting all students.  StuCO does this by sponsoring Homecoming, Spirit Weeks, and the Drive Smart Campaign.  Elections are held in May to elect officers for the following school year.  Class representatives are selected at class meetings at the beginning of the school year.

2018-2019 Student Council Officers and Class Representatives

  • President – Mikhala Lucky/Miller
  • Vice President – Anna Nast
  • Secretary – Sara Keerse
  • Treasurer – Wyatt Pufpaff
  • Senior Class Representatives – Morgan Holmes and Ethan Compagna
  • Junior Class Representatives – Haley Hermes and Sydney Campbell
  • Sophomore Class Representatives – Jose Lee and Paige Gowan
  • Freshmen Class Representatives – Rose Matthews and Adam Lung
  • Sponsor:  Ms. Whittemore

Duties of Officers and Class Representatives

President: The StuCo President is responsible for running the meetings.  The president’s job is to propose new ideas to the other StuCo officers and sponsor and to present approved ideas to the school principal.  During event planning, the president comes up with ideas, recruits people to help, and makes sure the student body is involved.

Vice President: The StuCo Vice President’s responsibilities are very similar to the president’s duties, including taking charge if the president is unable to attend meetings.

Secretary:  The StuCo Secretary assists in the planning of StuCo events and is the main connection between the StuCo officers and vendors and other contacts needed for the success of StuCo events.

Treasurer:  The StuCo Treasurer is responsible for the financial health of StuCo.  This includes budgeting for all StuCo events and involves assisting with the planning of StuCo events.

Getting Involved

Students who wish to be involved in Student Council need to make a year-round commitment, be able to talk to people, and have school spirit.  Officers must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 and class representatives must have a 3.5 cumulative GPA.  If you are eligible and interested in being a Student Council officer, listen to the announcements in April/May to see when the elections are coming up and then talk to the Student Council Sponsor.  You will need to prepare a speech and present it to the entire student body at an assembly in May.