This opportunity provides a forum for students to have direct communication and interaction with Superintendent Broskie, as well as the chance to discuss strategies to improve the educational experiences for students enrolled in Clay County District Schools. The council allows students to voice their opinions on a variety of topics and work together to create solutions for select issues that are important to students and the school district.
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council is composed of student ambassadors from grades 7-12 serving as the voice of their respective student bodies and schools. Participants engage in conversations related to rigorous and diverse academic experiences, robust extracurricular opportunities, comprehensive student support services, fair and consistent school culture and discipline, authentic platforms for student voice and representation, technology, college and career readiness, student leadership, and community outreach.
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council will meet monthly to discuss relevant and pressing topics centered on public education. All participants will receive training on how to best represent their peers and school district through public speaking, understanding education legislation, Robert’s Rules of Order, along with student advocacy.