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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Color Run - Powder to the People

Maine West High School participated in their first ever Color Run, "Powder to the People", organized by National Honor Society on November 5, 2013. Approximately 150 runners participated, generating $500 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.  READ MORE

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Counselor Appreciation Week

This was a senior project so a small group of seniors gathered together to make posters and fliers to show some appreciation toward the counseling staff. The posters were hung within the counselor office and we had individual posters for each staff member. We also had smaller fliers that were hung a... READ MORE

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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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Leadership Day

Every March Pinkerton Student Council hosts a Leadership Training day for incoming eighth grade students. We aim to reach out to the soon-to-be high schoolers who have proven to be leaders in their middle schools, and show potential for leadership on a larger scale. Since Pinkerton Academy has seven... READ MORE

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H.E.A.R.T.: Helping Everyone Acquire Rescue Training

Project Name:  Helping Everyone Acquire Rescue Training (H.E.A.R.T.) Purpose and Objective: “One quarter of Americans say they’ve been in a situation where someone needed CPR. If you were one of them, would you know what to do? Studies have shown that being trained in hands-only CPR... READ MORE

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