Class of 2024 Officer Application - Deadline: 12:00 Noon, 9/7/2020

Posted by: Erin Rowan 6 months, 3 weeks ago

Class of 2024 Officer Application - Deadline:  12:00 Noon, 9/7/2020

Class of 2024 Officer Application

Dear Candidate,

This application is for students seeking a position as a freshman class officer. There are four offices that need to be filled to serve the freshman class: President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. All FOUR officers will need to work together under the direction of their class advisor, in service of the class of 2024.

Duties of Freshman Class Officers

  1. Keep detailed minutes meetings (including budget) and submit them to the ICC google drive

  2. Weekly lunchtime meetings with Class Advisor and Activities Director before Homecoming. Biweekly lunch meetings after Homecoming

  3. Work with ASB Clerk, Mr. Contreras, to assure class of 2024 financial documents are submitted appropriately and all

    budget items are completed correctly for Audit.

  4. Design and order Class shirt

  5. Organize Homecoming float building for freshman class

  6. Unify Class communication through social media. ​All class social media need to have your class advisor and Mrs. Belong as admin/members.

  7. Plan and organize activities to promote unity and spirit among the freshman class

  8. Organize lunchtime activities for the freshman class

  9. Decorate freshman section of gym for all pep rallies

  10. Assist in ASB activities pertaining to the freshman class or as called upon by ASB

  11. Any other activity agreed upon and asked to complete, determined by the class advisor, activities director, or ASB.

How do I apply to serve as a class officer?

1.​ Submit this application. ​Please click “FILE-> Make a copy” and save the application as “Last Name, First Name: Class of 2024 Officer Application”. You will submit your application by “Sharing” with ​​ All Applications are Due to Mrs. Belong no later than​ ​Noon on Monday 9/7.

2. Get a recommendation from one of your teachers from LAST YEAR. Send them this link:

3. All interested candidates must ​attend a zoom interview ​which will be scheduled after the application period closes. We will host interviews on 9/8 and 9/9* (*if needed).

Any student who does not complete an application or interview will not be eligible to campaign. ​Candidates are eligible to campaign when their interview score, recommendation score, and application score all meet a minimum requirement for success. B​eing a class officer is a huge responsibility and we want to make sure you are ready for it! Students who meet the standard after interviews, recommendations, and applications are collected will be contacted to begin campaigns no later than Friday 9/11. ​Campaigns will run on social media from Sept, 14 to Sept 18th​. Candidates will need to submit an official “Speech” to Mrs. Belong that will be posted on the class of 2024 Instagram as well as the CHS Islanders Powerschool page. Voting will open on Friday, September 18th, and close Monday, September 21st at Noon and will take place online using CUSD logins on the following link: ​​ Class Officers will be announced on September, 21st at 3:00 pm.

If you have any questions about the application, election process, or campaign process please let me know.


Nicole Belong
Activities Director
Coronado High School

Freshman Class Officer Application 2020-2021

Candidate Name: _______________________ Best Method of Contact (cell, email): ____________________

Leadership Questionnaire

Your answers are part of the application process and your effort and creativity in responding to these questions will be evaluated. Please type in the space below each question.

  1. Why do you want to be a class officer for the class of 2024? Explain why you would be an ideal candidate for this position.

  2. What previous leadership experience do you have – at your job, in a club, in sports, in group projects, etc.? List any leadership positions you have had in the past.

  3. List any extracurricular activities you are involved in at school or outside of school (sports, CoSA, clubs, jobs, etc.). How would you prioritize your time if conflicts arise?

  4. What would you bring as a leader to the class of 2024? List specific events you would like to plan that are not listed as job duties above. Why would you be a good officer?

  5. What would you do to improve school spirit and class unity?

  6. Identify one group of students in your class that you believe are under-represented, does not receive support from the student body, or is not recognized for its achievements. What would you as a class officer do to change this? Be specific

  7. Is there anything else you want us to know about you?