How good a student council president would you be?

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Now that you've been elected, how well will you run things at your school?

  • 1
    So, first things first. Why'd you run for office, anyway?
    I want to make some changes in the way things are done in student council.
    I felt like it. Why else?
    I'm popular, duh!
    I think I'm responsible and smart enough to make a good leader.
  • 2
    Your campaign slogan was:
    '______: Pick a Pro.'
    '______ for President.'
    'Vote ______ for president like you should, who knew being president could look so good.'
    '______ for Change.'
  • 3
    In the election, only about twelve percent of the students voted. What do you do?
    Decide that at the end of the year, you will form a committee to oversee next year's election, and give them some of your ideas.
    Give the adviser some ideas to increase turnout.
    Mention it to the adviser, but back off when he says voter turnout is low in 'adult' elections, too.
    Nothing. Why should I care if they vote?
  • 4
    A dance is coming up in three weeks, and a dance committee still hasn't been formed. What do you do?
    Go to the adviser after school and ask him about it.
    Organize it myself by email--thank goodness I decided to collect everyone's email address at the first meeting!
    Bring it up at the next meeting if I can.
    Nothing--it's not my job, it's our adviser's.
  • 5
    The committees have been set up, but nobody is coming to the meetings. What do you do?
    What'd you say? I wasn't at the meeting.
    Nothing. This happens every year.
    Take a fellow student council member and go around to the classes, telling people why student council is important and when the next meeting is.
    Make sure everyone in student council you have classes with knows to go to the next one.
  • 6
    For the first meeting, you:
    Told everyone what you hope to accomplish this year.
    Introduced yourself.
    Showed up.
    Immediately began planning the first event of the year.
  • 7
    Not very many people came to the first dance. What will you do to advertise the next one?
    Keep doing what we did last time.
    Make a creative, funny announcement over the loudspeaker.
    Nothing. It was the adviser's/other officers'/representatives' fault, not mine.
    Make some more creative posters.
  • 8
    Other people are saying student council is a waste of time. You:
    Launch into a speech about how student council can make a difference, but is only what students make it.
    Say you disagree without further explanation.
    Say nothing.
    Agree wholeheartedly.
  • 9
    As the year goes by, you:
    Stop going to meetings. Hey, everybody else is doing it!
    Try to make each event better than the last.
    Keep doing what I was doing before.
    Come up with ways to get other people to come to meetings.
  • 10
    Your year ended:
    With more money than last year, and more students who are involved.
    In debt, with things worse than they were a year ago.
    A little better than last year, money-wise.
    The same as last year: not great, not terrible.

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