Student Leadership Committees

AWSP has two Student Leadership Committees: one focused on middle level students and the other on high school students. Both committees oversee training opportunities for students and advisers in leadership techniques. They also provide a continuing program of student workshops and conferences. Providing student leadership programs that support and increase the academic and social success of all students is one of the seven goals in the AWSP Strategic Plan.

 

Middle Level Student Leadership Committee

Who Serves You | Committee Leadership

The Middle Level Student Leadership Committee consists of practicing middle level principals and assistant principals who represent diverse geographic areas of Washington state.

The Middle Level Student Leadership Committee works to:

  • Provide training for middle level students and advisers in leadership techniques

  • Provide a continuing program of student conferences and workshops for middle level students

  • Coordinate and guide middle level programs offered by Washington Student Leadership

  • Offer opportunities for responsible student involvement in, and advice to, educational and professional groups focused on middle level students

This committee meets twice a year to set policy and provide program direction.

View a current roster of Middle Level Student Leadership Committee members.


 

High School Student Leadership Committee

Who Serves You | Committee Leadership

The High School Student Leadership Committee consists of 16 members, including a high school principal or assistant principal from each ESD region; a chairperson and up to three at-large representatives, assigned as appropriate. Members serve a three-year term. A budget subcommittee meets annually.


The High School Student Leadership Committee works to:
  • Provide training for students and advisers in leadership techniques

  • Provide a continuing program of student conferences and workshops at the state, regional and local levels

  • Coordinate and guide programs and activities developed by the Washington Association of Student Councils

  • Coordinate participation in activities sponsored by the National Association of Student Councils

  • Offer opportunities for responsible student involvement in, and advice to, educational and professional groups

This committee meets twice a year to set policy and provide program direction.

View a current roster of High School Student Leadership Committee members.

For more information

Susan Fortin | Director of Student Leadership | 360.497.5324.