2017-18 Student Representatives to District Councils Selected
Congratulations to the following students selected to represent the student body on these important councils:

Principal’s Advisory Council Garrett Lualdi, Margot Berman, Melissa Barbosa, James Sidhom, Alex Chaoul, Avery Tomaso,Stella Alphas, Alexandra Laufer, Brooke Rosenfeld, Joy Mahoney, Bharathi Subbiah, Anika Joglekar
School Council
Maddison Epperson, Ana Nixdorff, Glennie LeBaron, Georgia Harper, Danielle Feinstein, Will McNamara, Skylar Wolf, Michael Martinez, Elizabeth Rosenfeld, Ayeh Attar, Stephen Alphas, Arianne Dhar, Haley Wims, Thea Kendall-Green, Madison Howell
Weston Health Advisory Council Manny Eagle, Ariel Silverman, Julie Jesurum, Samuel Rodgers
School Committee District One-year term The Weston School Committee is a legislative body comprised of five members elected for three-year terms at the Town Election in May, whose primary responsibility is to oversee the annual school budget; develop school system policies; hire and review the performance of the school system Superintendent; advocate for the school system with citizens and Town Government.  One student may be elected from among Student Advisory Council represenatives to serve as a non-voting member of the School Committee, which meets Monday evenings at 7:30pm at Case House.
School Council Weston High School Two-year term*
Weston High School is required by law to form a School Council to advise the Principal on the budget, school disciplinary policies and other matters as arise. Council members are elected each fall to represent students, faculty, parents and the community. Each year, the School Council provides to the School Committee a School Improvement Plan. The School Council meets monthly on the 3rd Thursday , 3-4 pm.
Students are a voting member of the Student Council and must attend all meetings. Student representatives represent the views of the student body to the School Council; provide minutes from all School Council meetings for the Student Council and Inform the Student Council and Student Issues Committee of important issues facing the School Council.
Principal’s Advisory Council Weston High School Two-year term*
The Principal’s Advisory Council (PAC) includes faculty, staff and students.  The PAC meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday, 3-4pm.  Students are a voting member of the Student Council and must attend all meetings. Student Representatives must attend all Principal’s Advisory Council meetings and give input on conflicts and issues involving the student body, faculty, and school administration;  provide minutes from all PAC meetings for the Student Council; and the Student Council of important issues facing the PAC.
Weston Health Advisory Council Weston High School Two-year term* Mission:  Regulations for School Wellness Advisory Councils were developed to ensure that all Massachusetts school districts have a group of staff and concerned community representatives to recommend, review, and facilitate implementation of district policies addressing a wide range of health concerns. The Weston Health Advisory Council (WHAC) meets four times annually and is charged with developing and implementing an annual action plan that addresses student health data and policy/program information reviewed by the council. The plan must include attention to nutrition, physical activity and obesity. The committee is comprised of Physical/Wellness Educators, School Nurses, Food Services Personnel, Community Services Officer, School Psychologist, Guidance Counselors, students, parents and administrators. We welcome your participation!

* Selection Process for Principal’s Advisory Council, School Council, and Weston Health Advisory Council

Each spring open positions for Principal’s Advisory Council (PAC), School Council, and Weston Health Advisory Council (WHAC) will be filled; students may participate in this process by following the guidelines presented below:
Students will self-nominate by contacting the Director of Student Activities to indicate on which committee they wish to serve, nomination will remain open for one week.  Once nominations are closed, a list of candidates will be shared with faculty to solicit feedback on the following:
1. Student academic performance
2. Student character
3. Student behavior**
**Any student whose behavior and or character are contrary to the school’s mission may be declared ineligible.
Students will then schedule an interview with the High School Principal and the Director of Student Activities.
Final selection will be at the discretion of the Principal.