Student Council Elections

On Thursday, October 6, candidates for Student Council gave their speeches. Each student planned and prepared a speech on their own. It was evident that a lot of time and hard work was put into each speech. The candidates also placed posters all around the school and distributed handouts. It was fun to watch the excitement building as the big day approached! Through the whole process, the candidates were kind and respectful toward one another. Everything was done with positive attitudes. During the speeches the candidates smiled supportively, laughed at each other's jokes, and applauded for one another. It was truly an enjoyable experience for all. 

The results:

Fourth Grade Representatives: Emily Heath and Ariana Johnson, alternate Leah Petruzzi

Fifth Grade Representatives: Matthew Doherty and Daniella Salzillo

Sixth Grade Representatives: Alexandria Richard

Seventh Grade Representative: Nolan Byrne and Riley Wagner

Eighth Grade Representative: Miranda Bunnell and Kira Hanner

Secretary: Cassidy Wichman

Treasurer: Ana  Cawley

Vice President: Adriana Shea

President: Romi Bagdasarian

 

Our "Giving Tree" is looking beautiful with all of the hats, mittens, gloves, and scarves donated by the Southington Catholic School families! I would like to thank everyone, including the Student Council members who voted on and helped organize this. Now many people who needed winter apparel to stay warm will be blessed with these gifts! 

Student Council

We received a letter with signatures from the very grateful senior citizens in Hartford. Thank you to all of the Southington Catholic School families that donated shampoo, soap, toothpaste, and other grooming items, to help people in need.

Student Council 2015-2016!Voting Booths

 

 

 Thank you for voting!

 

 

 Packing up toiletries & grooming items for senior citizens in Hartford!

 

 Truckload of donations to to make Halloween gift bags for seniors!

 

 Our gifts will be given to individuals at the Hispanic Senior Center.

 

 Donations to be given to South End Wellness Senior Center.