There are many ways students can use use their voices to make a difference in our schools. Here are just a few:
- Start or become active in a Student Advisory Council at your school. You can even make your school an official Student Voice Chapter by registering here.
- The Student Advisory Council is currently accepting applications for the 21-22 school year. Students will be expected to attend monthly SAC meetings and other events/meetings that come up throughout the year. Students are expected to represent students in their schools and communities and offer student viewpoints accordingly regarding WCSD policies and procedures. To apply, please fill out the Student Advisory Council Application.
- Serve on a Student Voice Committee! These are student led committees to take on challenges and make change around topics that are important to students! Students can find more information or reach our to student committee chairs by clicking here.
- Apply to serve on a WCSD committee! There are many openings for student representatives to serve on committees that make decisions about things like school safety, SHARE curriculum, student wellness, and much more! This is a great opportunity to speak out on behalf of our 64,000 students! For more information or to apply, click here.
- Write a letter to your assigned Board of Trustees representative. You can find out who your neighborhood's representative is and find their contact information here.