Student Government

Where students can make a difference
Getting involved with the Sonoma Charter School student council allows students to have a say in what activities and events are planned during the school year. Members of the council also help organize student fundraisers and perform community service. Council members are elected yearly by their classmates.

Elections take place in May or June amongst Cluster 3 student body.  Elected officials hold the office for one year, beginning in the new school year.  There are 10 positions filled (President, Vice President, two Dance Coordinators, two Snack Shack Coordinators, 1 Recorder, 1 Cluster Representative and 2 Treasurers.  The student government meets weekly as part of an elective class.

Members of the student council are expected to:

  • Attend regular council meetings
  • Meet with their peers to receive feedback and hear student ideas and concerns
  • Volunteer at special events
  • Serve as role models to other students