SGA and Leadership Groups

SGA

The Marshall SGA/Leadership – General Class is a community service learning, project-based learning class that serves to meet the needs of our students and school community. Students develop leadership skills by organizing a service project for clubs, classes, school, or community each quarter. Students use the class to collaborate on planning, executing, and reflecting on their events. Leadership students partner with other clubs like Octagon Club and Red Cross Club to support their events in any way. Our goal is to enrich the high school experience for all students by offering events to help Statesmen learn, change, and grow. By the end of the year, Leadership students develop the five traits of a Marshall 5-Star Statesmen: respect, honesty, responsibility, community, and spirit.

 

SGA Executive Board and Student Advisory Council - 2018-19

  • Gloriana Cubero Fernandez
  • Yasmina Khartami
  • Haley Long
  • Gwyneth McNamara
  • Rohan Shah

School Year Events We Lead or Support

  • Back-to-School Faculty Cookout
  • Statesman Start
  • Back to School Night
  • Class Retreats
  • Collect for Cures/Pennies for Patients Fundraisers
  • Red Cross Club’s Blood Donor Drives
  • 12 Days before Winter Break Charity and Social Events
  • Holidays Charity Toy Drive
  • Faculty vs. Senior Basketball Game
  • Class Elections and Executive Board Election
  • Rising Freshman Orientation
  • Virginia High School League Student Leaders Conference
  • Prom
  • Marshall Clothing Drive
  • Marshall Madness End-of-Year Fair
  • Various As-Needed School Initiatives

Spirit Week and Homecoming Events

  • Dress Days and Learn Games
  • Class Competition Charity Drive (e.g. Book Drive)
  • Powder Puff Football
  • Mr. Marshall/Spirit King Competition
  • Sprit King and Queen Election
  • Pep Rally
  • Homecoming Halftime Show
  • Homecoming Dance

Leadership teacher/SGA Sponsor:  belloPierce Bello pbello@fcps.edu

 

 

 

Bilingual Leadership Class

The mission of the Bilingual Leadership Class this year was to engage and involve ALL students, specifically from our ESOL community, in the various clubs and activities that Marshall High School has to offer. The class develops leadership qualities such as collaboration, team work, and public speaking skills. Ultimately, the students want to make a difference in the school and provide leadership opportunities to all.