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7451 S. Homestead Parkway
Centennial, CO 80112
Student Council
Student council purple and yellow logo

What is Student Council?

         Student Council is a student government at Homestead for fourth and fifth grade students. At the beginning of each year there is a student council election in 5th grade for the head positions. The positions are head boy, head girl, secretary, and treasurer. They are elected by all of fifth grade. Student council consists of 4 different committees, recycling, spirit, video announcements/communication, and box tops/ fundraising.   

 

Lead Officers

Mason - Head Boy

Camden - Head Girl

Mia - Secretary

Caden -  Treasurer


Spirit Committee

Go HAWKS spirit! Our next spirit day will be on February 16. It will be Homestead Spirit Wear Day! Wear your Homestead spirit wear or Hawks colors (navy blue and silver).



Below includes the upcoming spirit days.

February 16th    is spirit day.      

March  23rd  is vacation  day    .

April  20    is career day.

May 18 is crazy hair day.



Fundraising Committee   

               We are participating in box tops this year. Box tops are a way for our school to make money. Each box top is ten cents. Please look at general mills products and turn in all the box tops you find to your classroom.The winning grade gets prizes!

The current box top count is 160 box tops for kindergarten, 296 for first grade, second grade has 400 box tops, third grade with 162 box tops, fourth with 238, and lastly fifth grade with 393 box tops. Second grade is in the lead with 5th close behind. Our grand total for box tops is 5,651 box tops.

Each box top looks like this :


Each box top looks like this :

box tops logo

Recycling program 

         We have started a recycling program at our school.  We encourage everybody to recycle as much as possible.  We need to save our environment.  Here we can recycle glass and plastic cans, cardboard and paper.  We know much of you already have recycling programs, but if you don't we highly encourage you to help us save the environment.


Student Council Giving

Student council is donating 500 dollars of their own money to the Make a Wish Foundation. They are a non- profit organization founded in the United States that arranges experiences that kids can wish for with life threatening medical problems. There are 4 different categories they can choose from. They are,  I want to be, I want to meet, I want to get, I want to go .



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