The SGA general assembly meeting was held this past Friday, April 27th during sixth period. There was much to discuss, and the president, Nihal Singh, began the meeting quickly.
First was the Question and Answer session with an administrator, Kevin Dorsey. The questions mainly focused on the upcoming dances and school activities of the 2012-2013 year, starting with Homecoming and Spirit Week. Dorsey stated that Homecoming this year would be in September, so planning for the events would have to begin quickly with the new school year.
Then the question was asked about another dance, separate from Prom and Homecoming. Attenders of the meeting were crossing their fingers to hear the answer. Dorsey reported that administration has attempted to organize another school dance, but it became difficult to plan around the senior activities. Dorsey commented that it would take a lot more preparation and participation to add another dance to the school year.
With this in mind, the meeting continued on to nominations of next year’s SGA members. The nominees read out their slogans and promoting blurbs, while members of the audience read questions that would exemplify how they would contribute to the club.
Much was accomplished at the last SGA meeting, but participation remained very low. In order to gain more participation for dances and school activities, SGA needs the attendance of representatives of every Centennial club. In order to spread the word to the student body, SGA has designed a news letter that will come out this May.