AISL Student Government
Elementary Student Council
The AISL Elementary Student Council gives students an introduction to the very basic concepts of self- government. We encourage the students’ awareness of community, both within the school and in the larger community. The Elementary Student Council works hard, and ESC representatives have a lot of fun working together. Elementary Student Council is a great way for students to improve their leadership and public speaking skills by getting them actively involved with the community at a very early age.
Each class in Grades 1 through 5 sends two representatives to a lunch-period meeting once a month. These class reps report back to their classmates.
During the school year, 6 students from each class have the opportunity to represent their fellow classmates, two per trimester. These students pass info regarding raising money through walk-a-thons, bake sales, and other activities. The funds are distributed with a minor portion going to a project within the school, and the larger portion to charitable organizations within Lagos.
Student Council Advisors
Grades 1 & 2: Ms. Williams & Ms. Garvey
Grades 3, 4, & 5: Ms. Aiken, Mr. Guerreiro, & Mrs. Baietto
Middle School Student Senate
Student Senate meets weekly to discuss upcoming events, student concerns, and service projects to promote a positive, proactive community. Officers and scholar representatives are chosen by September of each school year to lead the Middle School at AISL. The Student Senate works hard to involve all students in projects. Students organize, share job responsibilities, and volunteer their time to make both AISL and the Lagos Community a better place.
Student Senate Advisor
Mrs. Curbie L. Ibrahim
High School Associated Student Body
The students at AISL are lead by the Associated Student Body (ASB) The principle purpose of this organization is to:
- To unify all student organizations and activities under one contract.
- To promote, in all ways, the best interests of the school and all of its members.
- To encourage student involvement and enthusiasm in all school activities.
- To provide a means by which the principles of democracy and good citizenship may be learned and practiced.
- To help join together the student body and the administration to serve as one voice.
- To help facilitate opportunities for members and students to serve the community through community service.
The ASB is lead by the ASB Executive made up of the ASB President and Treasurer, voted upon by the entire student body, as well as the House Captains and representatives from student organizations throughout the HS.
Upon entry into the AISL high school students become a member of one of four houses; Jefferson (Green), Lincoln (Purple), Roosevelt (Orange) and Washington (Black) named after the American Presidents whose faces adorn Mt Rushmore. Students will remain in these houses until they exit the school. Each House is unique and has its own boy and girl House Captains, Emblem / crest, Motto, Mascot, Colors, Banner, House T-shirt, War cry
HS ASB Advisor: Barry Phipps firstname.lastname@example.org