As appropriate to the age of students, school government organizations
may be formed to offer practice in self-government and to serve as
channels for the expression of student ideas and opinions.
The Regional School Committee will take into consideration student
opinions in establishing policies that directly affect student programs,
activities, privileges, and other areas of student interest.
Students will be welcomed at Regional School Committee meetings and
granted privileges of speaking in line with the privileges extended the
Student School Committee
As required by state law, Chapter 71, Section 38M, the Regional School
Committee will meet at least once every other month while school is in
session with a student advisory committee, which is composed of five
students elected by the high school student body.
The elected chair
of the student advisory committee is encouraged to participate as a
non-voting member of the Regional School Committee at all of its open
Region Voted to Approve: 7/11/06
Amherst Voted to Approve:
Pelham Voted to Approve:
Effective Date: 7/11/06