Moments of Pride at RSU #18 schools: Belgrade Central School

Belgrade Central School

Student Council: Belgrade Central School recently started a student council organized and led by Wendy Randall and Meredyth Browning. Students in third through fifth grade were invited to complete an application explaining why they wanted to be part of the group. The school was excited to receive more than 40 applications from students interested in being leaders in the building. At this time, 14 students with big ideas on how to make BCS a better place to grow and learn were selected to represent all of the third through fifth grade classrooms. Their first project was a huge success. They organized a collection of more than 200 Christmas cards to deliver to patients at a local nursing home and rehabilitation center to brighten their holiday. The group is highly motivated and engaged in planning many fun, school-wide community building activities. They are looking forward to sharing their Friendship Gram project in February.


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