Silver Level: For AASC Member Student Councils that have engaged in raising Charitable Contributions and received 11 points on the AASC point scale.
Gold Level: For AASC Member Student Councils that have engaged in raising Charitable Contributions and received 13 points on the AASC point scale.
Diamond level: For AASC Member Student Councils that have engaged in raising Charitable Contributions and received the Gold level 3 years in a row.
Fund Raising: projects designed to raise money for a school or its student council
Membership Motivation and Development:projects related to the training of your council, the development of leadership in your school, and the building of enthusiasm within your 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 report with the faculty - this would include projects sponsored jointly by the council and its faculty
Student Body Citizenship Development: projects related to the building good citizenship such as voter registration, elections, and patriotism
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, elderly, shut-ins, environmental, etc.
Winning election Procedures: projects designed to demonstrate winning strategies for individual and/or school election campaigns
Scrapbook: scrap booking project showcasing a school's yearly activities
2017 Award Winners
Advisor of the year - Mrs. Bethany Miller (Westside Middle School) Member of the year - Matt Fort (Westside High School) Mid - level of the year - Whitney Anderson (Westside Middle) Seanna Durham (Southside High), and Dean MacDonald (Greene County Tech)
Speech winners - Dean MacDonald (Greene County Tech) 10th - 12th grade and Mariah Huntley (North Heights Jr.) 7th - 9th grade
Gold members - Bald Knob High, Carlisle High, Greene County Tech, Rogers High, Southside High, Westside Middle, and Westside High Diamond members - Green County Tech and Westside High
Project Awards: Fundraising - Westside High School School Spirit - Greene County Tech Who Cares - Southside High Academics - North Heights Jr. High Community Service -Westside Middle Scrapbook - Southside High
Attend Summer workshop
Attend Jr. High Retreat
Advisor on staff for summer workshop
Have JC from your school at summer workshop
Attend state conference
Run for state office
Serve on executive board
Enter project competition
Enter speech competition 10-12th
Enter speech competition 7-9th
Apply for scholarship
Nominate Advisor of year
Nominate Administration of the year
Nominate member of the year 10-12th
Nominate member of the year 7-9th
Recruit new school for AASC membership (Multiple points possible)
Raise $500 for state charity (Multiple points possible)
Donate $100 to 2019 Region VI Conference
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 him/her at the annual AASC state conference. If you believe that an administrator from your school deserves this honor, we encourage you to nominate him/her 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."
This year's "AASC Administrator of the Year"
Mr. Lloyd Jackson of Hot Springs High School.
Member of the Year Award Each year AASC recognizes one member who has done an outstanding job serving as their school’s student council member and honors them at the annual AASC State Convention. 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. The AASC executive board will review the nominations and make the final selection of who will be awarded the prestigious "AASC Outstanding Member of the Year." You may nominate someone from 10th-12th for a member of the year and also 7th-9th. Nomination postmark deadline: April 1, 2018