Student Council & Leadership
Student Council and Student Leadership Teams are inter-connected and provide a variety of services to our Waterford Kettering school community. Our student government is focused on initiatives and actions driven by our student members, supported by the director of student activities. Members of Student Council and Leadership serve to represent their class by giving voice to all students. Representatives discuss, create and maintain initiatives and events, share student concerns and work to sustain a positive school culture on behalf of the student body. Kettering students are encouraged to share their thoughts and concerns with their representatives so decision making and impact is all-inclusive.
Our teams are responsible for executing school events including homecoming, winter events (charity week), charity work, blood drives, fundraising, community outreach and school functions/assemblies.
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About Our Team
Waterford Kettering Student Council works to promote school spirit, as well as to develop school loyalty and trust with its stakeholders. In addition, this body is a communication vehicle for students, staff and members of our school community. Members work on organizing and administering student activities in conjunction with the aforementioned functions to carry out the duties of Waterford Kettering Student Council.
The student council is directly responsible for the carrying out of the following business (list is not limited to only these):
- Providing a student voice in school decisions
- Positive school promotion
- Member of the Michigan Association of Student Councils and Honors Societies (MASC/MAHS)
- Lakes Valley Conference Leadership Organization
- Homecoming and related events
- Charity work
- Blood drives
- Senior Citizen Dinner
- Winter Activities
- Games for the Cure and related events
- Kettering's Got Talent
- Color Blast Charity 5K!
- School communication via website, Facebook and Twitter/school
Meeting Schedule and Goals
The Student Council meets two times per month for one hour. Meetings occur on Wednesdays directly after school in the LGI. Meetings are for members to discuss current and future business, share ideas and opinions as well as be updated on the status of current projects. Meetings also contain project/group activities so all members have a voice and are part of decision making. In addition to regular meetings, the Executive Board meets once a month to discuss and take action on executive business of Student Council.
Awards & Recognition
Kettering Student Council & Leadership Recognition & Awards
Award of Excellence (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Exceptional Service Project (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Star School (2015, 2018, 2019, 2020)
Best in Showcase (2018)
Regional Connect Host (2018)
- 2020: Madison Ellis
- 2019: Sierra Spencer
- 2018: Jennifer Gilbert
- 2017: Alexis Storeng
- 2016: Rachel Strong
- 2015: Morgan Ratliff