President: The primary role of Student Council President is to run the meetings. The President calls the meeting to order, discusses the agenda of the meeting with the moderators prior to the meeting, and recognizes those persons who wish to speak at the meeting. The President is also responsible for overseeing the rest of the officers and delegating duties to officers and representatives. Additionally, the President must serve as the primary intermediary between the faculty and the Student Council. The President must be an 8th grade student and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Presidents.
Vice President: The Vice President is responsible for maintaining order during the meeting and ensuring that parliamentary procedures are being used so that the President can run the meeting. The Vice President must be prepared to run the meetings whenever the President is unable to attend. The Vice President must also fulfill any various roles assigned to him/her by the President. The Vice President must be a 7th grade student and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Vice Presidents.
Secretary: The Secretary is responsible for taking attendance when each meeting adjourns and maintaining a record of that attendance. The Secretary must keep the minutes at each meeting and submit the minutes to the moderators by the Thursday Officers Meeting. When each meeting begins, the Secretary will read the minutes of the previous meeting to the Council. The Secretary is also responsible for ensuring that a quorum (minimum number of people required to vote on any action of the Council) is present whenever a vote needs to be taken. The Secretary must be a student in grades 5-8 and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Secretaries.
Treasurer: The Treasurer is responsible for the tracking and reporting of any money raised by the Student Advisory Council. All money must be counted and submitted to the PCRS Bookkeeper upon receipt. No money may remain in the hands of students or in classrooms. The Treasurer must be a student in grades 5-8 and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Treasurers.
Chaplain: The primary role of the Chaplain is to prepare and read the prayer at the beginning of each Student Council meeting or event. As an officer, the Chaplain must also be prepared to handle any duties assigned to him/her by the President. The Chaplain must be a student in grades 4-8 and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Chaplains.
Historian: The Historian is responsible for maintaining Student Advisory Council’s link on the PCRS website, as well as maintaining a file of all events sponsored by SAC. The Historian should have experience with digital cameras and some computer skills. The Historian should be a student in grades 5-8 and may be filled by one student or two students serving as Co-Historians.
Sergeant-at-Arms: The Sergeant-at-Arms is responsible for preparing the meeting room in advance. They arranging seats so that everyone can participate, can see and be seen by those presiding and presenting your program, and focussing everyone on the program. The Sergeant-at-Arms takes attendance prior to the meeting and makes sure room is put back in order after meeting. They also assist officers, members and guests with meeting arrangements and program materials so that the meeting suns smoothly.
Class Representative: Three Class Representatives will be elected from each grade 4 – 8. Each Class Representative will gather, and report the thoughts/ideas and information to and from each homeroom.
At Large Members: At large members attend student council meetings, provide ideas and join committees which help support the student council.