National Association of Student Councils

Established in 1931, the National Association of Student Councils (NASC) is the leading organization for excellence in middle level and high school student councils. NASC provides student councils and their advisers with the knowledge, skills, and resources that students need to become active, engaged leaders in their schools and communities. LEARN MORE

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The National Association of Secondary School Principals has supported the development of outstanding student leaders through its NASC and Honor Society programs since 1921.

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Food Drive

Support of our local food pantry is a constant service our Student Council undertakes. In November, the Student Council ran its annual Thanksgiving Food Drive for the 14 consecutive year. Food was collected in November for families in need with an emphasis on providing a Thanksgiving meal for them, ... READ MORE

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Phoenix Matters

In its first year, the NJHS chapter at Imagine Cortez Park decided to make sure that each of its members and the community was shown that it mattered. Our Phoenix Matters project had the ICP NJHS chapter painting graffiti in the neighborhood, cleaning up trash covering a one mile radius of the schoo... READ MORE

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HOPE

HOPE is Ridge View’s annual spring project that is geared towards helping other countries in need. HOPE is an acronym for Helping Obtain Peace Everywhere. Each year, we pick a different country to raise money for. Last year, we chose the country of Malawi, located in Africa. Every year, we hos... READ MORE

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20 Hours of School Beautification

During the summer, our council meets for 2 weeks from 9am-5pm. Part of these work weeks included 20 hours of school beautification. Our work included assisting the maintenance staff in cleaning bathrooms, classrooms, and the bleachers. We also painted doors and trash cans. In addition to this, we al... READ MORE

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Little Free Libraries

We partnered with the Los Angeles Police Department in opening a Little Free Library in the lobby of each of its stations. These little libraries are meant to give children in downtown Los Angeles a safe place to read and share books ... and to promote literacy and a love of reading. The concept is ... READ MORE

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