My name is Rhea. And I want to be the class teacher. Wait a minute! I think that spot is taken. No offense, Mrs. Calkins
I would like to be your Student Council Class Representative because:
I have been at Rockwell for five years. I know almost every student in 4th grade, and especially in this class. I have worked with you, played with you and even chased some of you on the playground. This is a fun class, and if ever I want to represent one, it is this one.
1. Being a class representative will allow me to represent your views at the student council. We will get together and talk about what we want and need. Then we will think hard and decide on a good reason for having it. And I will help present your ideas to the council.
But for those of you who are hoping, soda machines or candy machines might not pass.
2. This is my second last year at Rockwell. I have just two years left to make a difference for the school I love. I want to participate in fund raisers to help our school.
3. And being the class representative would be a new challenge for me (including getting up early twice a month). I love challenges and I do well when challenged.
I think I would do a good job because: I am responsible, reliable and a team player.
I am responsible. I turn in my homework on time. I am a mentor to a little buddy and I enjoy what I do. At my daycare, I help younger kids with their homework whenever they need me to.
I am reliable. I am always on time. I always fulfill my commitments. You can always count on me to be there.
And I am a team player. I listen to everybody and use other people’s ideas. I am participate in discussions and I am part of the school choir and chess club.
To summarize, I am responsible, reliable and I am a good team player and I want to be your Student council representative.
Together, we will make it work!