Student Goverment

Class President
Students in each class vote for one student to represent their class. The student is responsible for scheduling changes when a teacher is absent, meeting with teachers about test dates, and other leadership responsibilities. The student also sits in on Student Senate meetings about school issues. Senate meetings are monthly and are a place where principals can discuss class concerns with the student body. Class presidents are also involved in planning SGO events.

Senior Council
The Senior Council represents the senior grade and does everything possible to make their last year at Flatbush the most memorable. They succeed in this task by coordinating special activities as well as the annual Junior Picnic, Senior Day and Senior Trip. The Senior Council often goes above and beyond the call of duty in serving the senior grade.

The Student Government Organization is a group of elected students who represent the student body and plan, coordinate and run programs for the students. There are five positions in the government-modeled organization: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Commissioner at Large. Election week is always one of the most heated times of the year in Flatbush. Posters adorn the walls to advertise for the candidates. The SGO then manages all of the schools commissions and events such as Color War, Commission Fair, Chanukah and Purim Programs and much more. the SGO also serves as a liaison between the Student Senate and the administration. Candidates must remember that “With great power comes great responsibility."

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