Presentation on theme: "So you want to be a student trustee. Responsibilities attending all public board meetings and standing committee meetings meeting with student leadership."— Presentation transcript:
Responsibilities attending all public board meetings and standing committee meetings meeting with student leadership groups, including Peel Student President’s Council (PSPC) representing students’ views in discussions about education issues
How to get on the ballot Submit the following to your staff representative by the end of the day on March 5: the completed application form and consent form, signed by a parent/guardian cover letter resume CD or USB key with your photo and campaign video informed consent for students who appear in your video (if applicable)
Submitting a campaign video Prepare a CD or USB key labelled with your name, containing: a digital photo of yourself (JPG) a digital presentation or video (WMV or MOV format) no longer than three minutes Sumbit your CD or USB key, with your signed application and consent form to the staff sponsor at your school, by March 5, 2014. completed informed consent with signature(s) from parent/guardian(s) of an individual who appears in your video
Video consent Important: Each individual who appears in your video must have a parent/guardian read and sign the informed consent included in the student trustee package. Please photocopy the sheet if you have more individuals in your video than the space provided
Helpful ideas to get you thinking Be sure to mention your name – more than once. Platform – this is your moment to let voters know where you stand Will your video include other people or just you? Where will you film? Will you walk in you walk and talk like the Rick Mercer Rant or sit at a desk like Stephen Harper? What will you wear?
Your current Student Trustees Sahil SharmaTrevor Sookraj
Important dates March 5 – application package due to school representative March 17 – videos posted to YouTube March 17 – campaign posters in schools March 17 to 21 – election campaign March 24 – 28 – voting in schools April 7 – 2014-15 student trustees presented to the board