Levels of Recognition
Current Silver Level Schools:
Member schools can receive points toward gold or silver status levels by completing any of the following activities.
Project Competition Categories
- Fundraising: projects designed to raise money for a school or its student council
- School Service: projects that benefit the school and the entire student body, faculty, and/or staff
- School Spirit: projects related to developing school pride and spirit
- Student-Faculty Relations: projects related to developing good rapport with faculty members such as teacher appreciation projects or projects sponsored jointly by the council and faculty
- Who Cares: projects related to the invisible student, teenage pregnancy, drug and alcohol abuse , teenage suicide, etc.
- Academics: projects designed to improve academic achievement by students
- Community Service: projects demonstrating concern for the community such as blood drives, care of needy, food drives, environmental impacts, etc.
- Scrapbooking: scrap booking project showcasing a school's yearly activities
- PSA: this is a 3 minute or less video that promotes the Arkansas Association of Student Councils
2019 Award Winners
Advisor of the year - Thomas Morvant , Hot Springs High
Member of the year - Nick Harrell, Bald Knob High
Mid Level Member of the year - Ava Mosier, Westside Middle
Speech Competition Winners
Senior High - Jamiziana Sorrels, Bradley High
Junior High - Chloe Cerrato, Westside Middle
Impromptu - Kaleb Manley, Arkansas High
Fundraising - Westside Middle
School Spirit - Westside High
Student Faculty Relations - Bradley High
Scrapbook - Westside Middle
Community Service - Bald Knob Middle
School Service - Rogers High
PSA - Westside Middle
Member of the Year Award
Each year AASC recognizes one member who has done an outstanding job serving their school's student council and has gone above and beyond regarding their involvement in AASC. That student is honored at the annual AASC state conference. If you believe that a member from your school deserves this honor, we encourage you to nominate them for this award. Simply complete the nomination form and mail it to the address printed on the form before the deadline date. You may nominate a student in grades 10 -12 as well as a student in grades 7-9. One student is selected from each category.
Administrator of the Year Award
Each year AASC recognizes an administrator who has done an outstanding job supporting his/her local student council, and honors that person at the annual AASC state conference. If you believe that an administrator from your school deserves this honor, we encourage you to nominate them for this award. Simply complete the nomination form and mail it to the address printed on the form before the deadline date. The AASC Executive Board will review the nominations and make the final selection of who will be awarded the prestigious "AASC Administrator of the Year" title.