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Class leadership councils offer unique skills

Sophomore class leadership council, advised by Ned Heckman, meets to discuss their agenda coming back from winter break.

Emma Sampson, RubicOnline Editor

December 14, 2018

Class leadership councils begin after ninth grade and offer students the opportunity to foster grade community as well as gain memorable leadership experience.

Class leadership council should start in 9th grade

Class leadership council should start in 9th grade

Isabel Gisser, Production Manager

December 14, 2018

Class leadership councils make the community more inclusive. Why wouldn't that also apply to 9th graders?

Prom celebration planned for A’bulae in Saint Paul

Fair use image from A'bulae website

Jonah Harrison, The Rubicon Chief Visual Editor

May 30, 2017

As the school year comes to a close, juniors and seniors prepare for the annual prom

JCLC members plan prom as a parting gift to senior class

THE MINNESOTA HISTORY CENTER in downtown St. Paul is the location of the 2016 prom planned by the Junior Class Leadership Council members. “JCLC picked the History Center for its cavernous spaces with high ceilings and beautiful natural lighting. It’s those details that give the event an air of class,” Junior Class Leadership member Maya Kachian said.

Mari Knudson, The Rubicon Editor

June 7, 2016

Minnesota History Center event on June 8 will include dinner and dancing.

Junior Class Leadership Council plans junior retreat

The Junior Class Leadership Council meets on Feb. 9 to discuss details of the Junior Retreat. These plans include a top-secret t-shirt design and the use of the information from the recent poll to guide the retreat's focus.

Clare Tipler, Sports Editor

February 10, 2016

JCLC works to organize the junior retreat, now with poll data directly from students.

Class Retreats facilitate transition

From left: seniors Ann Hill, Josh Johnson, Dylan White, Emun Solomon, Lowell Naas, and Bryant Carlson write notes during their retreat on April 2. “ A large part of the purpose is to... acknowledge where you’ve come from, and acknowledge where you’re going,”  SCLC advisor Eric Severson said.

Eva Perez-Greene, InDepth Editor

May 1, 2014

As seniors prepare to depart on Senior Project and juniors plan to rise to privileges, retreats help guide them on the path to their next step. Plans for junior retreat are underway and as the much anticipated tradition approaches, juniors, who’ve heard a wide variety of stories from their older...