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Class Councils

Class Council Prerequisites and Campaigning Rules

Requirements to Run for class officers

  • Must have a 2.0 non-weighted GPA

  • No N or Us in citizenship the past school year

  • No disciplinary action in the past school year

  • You may only run for a single office and can not change once decided

  • Must be able to attend class council meetings twice a month

  • May not have more than 10 unexcused absences/tardies in a trimester


Everything (All advertising, posters, flyers) must be posted in painters tape or hung with zip ties.  Any posters hanging up with other tape will be taken down.


What you can do (Advertising must only promote yourself in a positive manner)  

  • Make posters: You are limited to:

  1. 1 big poster   up to 6’

  2. 5 - 22” x 28” (Poster board size)

  3. 20 - 8 ½” x 11” (poster or fliers)

  • All posters must be stamped before hanging.  Any posters without a stamp, will be taken down. Posters may be approved in Room 1207 by the ASB advisor prior to hanging, 7 days prior to elections.

  • Shirts made can only say “Vote (insert name) for (insert class office you’re running for)”

  • Buttons are ok


What candidates CAN NOT DO (students who choose these methods will be removed from candidacy)

  • Provide giveaways (Food, toys or etc…) to “buy votes.”  Candidates can not place items on a poster either.

  • Create anything offensive to anyone on campus or a slander campaign on another candidate

  • Make stickers and distribute flyers



  • Candidates may start hanging posters @ 7:00am on the suggested date, 1 week prior to the elections.  Nothing can be hung up 2 days after the initial poster hanging date @ 2:30pm. Date(s) will be posted on the Class Council Page of the ASB website after the informational meeting

  • Candidates are responsible for taking down all promotional materials (posters & fliers) used by Wednesday October 10th (i.e. extra tape on fences, zip ties cut off, residue on windows removed)

  • If posters are not taken down by the deadline, lunch detention(s) will be issued to the candidate.

Senior Class Officers

President - Mary Grace Feldmann

Vice President - Riley Hull

Treasurer - Valerie Nguyen

Secretary - Tess Tran


Class Advisor: Mr. Porter

Junior Class Officers

President - Katelyn Kennedy 

Vice President - Jacob Caruso 

Treasurer - Cierra Healy

Secretary - Mary Feldman


Class Advisor: Mr. Bloomquist

Sophomore Class Officers

President - Nolan Mejia

Vice President - Maya Grudman

Treasurer - Paola Gonzalez

Secretary - Madison Blankenhorn


Class Advisor: N/A

Freshman Class Officers

Class President: N/A

Vice President: N/A

Treasurer: N/A

Secretary: N/A


Class Advisor: N/A

Class Council Election Procedures

Sequence of Events


Step 1 - Campaigning and Speeches

  1. Campaigning: Students who have met requirements will be notified by e-mail. They will then be allowed to hang posters/flyers 7 days prior to speeches, but not 2 days after the initial hanging date.

  2. Speeches: All President and Vice President candidates will be giving a speech that is 1-2 minutes long during a designated period of time (Lunch, rally, etc...). Speeches must be pre-approved by ASB by May 2nd prior to giving the speech and promote themselves in a positive manner.  If a candidate does not stick to the pre-approved speech or does not get their speech approved, He/She may have their speech cut short or forfeit their speech time. Please provide a copy for the ASB advisor.

  3. Casting Your Vote:  All students will receive an e-mail via School Loop to cast their votes.  The online voting form will be sent to the corresponding classes.  For example, current 11th grade students will only be voting for next year’s Senior Class Council. Votes cast for a non-corresponding class officer will be removed. The School Loop e-mail will be sent out at 12:30 p.m after the speeches. If students can not access School Loop, a link will be posted on the ASB homepage.


Step 2 - Voting

  1. Lunch Voting: There will be 3 voting booths during the lunch period.

  2. Polls Close: The polls will be closed at 3 p.m. on Sunday October 7th

  3. Votes Printed: At 3:00 p.m., ASB Advisor and an Administrator will print the voting summary and lock them up in the school safe.


Step 3 - Ballot Count

  1. Counting Votes: Ballots close at 3 p.m. on Sunday October 7th, all votes will be checked for duplicates and verified that all votes were cast by Sage Creek High School students and grade levels matched the corresponding Class Council.  The following will participate in the vote counting: ASB Advisor, an Administrator, an ASB Executive Board Member and ASB Financial Tech.

    • In case of a tie, there will be a re-vote for 2 days between the tied candidates to break the tie.  All the previous voting guidelines will be in place.  

    • If any office is left vacant, ASB may appoint an officer on a majority vote.

  1. Officers Announced: The winning candidates will be announced at the end of period 3 on Wednesday October 5th over the School PA.