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    Community Council was founded in 1992 during Souhegan’s first year of service. Its task is to create and modify school procedure as a representative body of forty-seven members. Council is purposefully diverse and purposefully student led: twenty members are students elected by their grade, ten members are faculty, five members are from the Amherst and Mont Vernon communities, ten representatives elected in the fall as "at-large" members, the Dean of Students represents administration, and a Souhegan School Board member is elected to represent the School Board. The representatives discuss and vote on various proposals concerning student life, school initiatives, disciplinary procedure, grading procedure, and any other matter of importance to the school community.



    For the 2020-21 school year:

    Grade representative elections are taking place next week!!

    Seniors and Junior speeches will be on September 17th

    Freshman and Sophmore speeches will be on September 18th.

    Speeches will be broadcast over Zoom and both remote/ in-person students are welcome to run!


    To sign up to run, just click the link below. The applications atr due on September 16th!

    Grade Representative Election Sign Up



    If you are outside of the SAU and looking for minutes, request access to the documents that you would like to peruse and we will soon grant it. 

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    Example Schedule


    Proposals Voted on 2019-2020
    GPA Proposal: PASSED
    The class of 2023 and below will have both an unweighted as well as a weighted GPA shown on their transcripts.
    26 in favor
    4 abstentions
    Student of the Month Proposal: PASSED
    To recognize students each month who are exemplary in following the Souhegan Six and Mission Statement. The nomination form will be out shortly.
    21 in favor
    4 abstentions
    Parking Proposal: VETOED
    To open up parking to a first come first serve basis
    1 in favor
    24 against
    2 abstentions