GENERAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS PDF Print E-mail
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2017/2018 Executive

President: Mack Wallhouse

Vice President: Spencer Dunsmuir

Secretary: Ethan Kibel

Treasurer: Joey Hotz

Internal Social Director: Shalev Lifshitz

External Social Director: Izzy Logan

Staff Advisors: Dale R. Callender

Grade 9 Senator: -elected in Sept 2017

Grade 10 Senator: Ethan Caplan

Grade 11 Senator: Connor Craig

Grade 12 Senator: Emma Morgan

Speaker of the House: Jack Schwartz

The Student Council is elected by the students to represent them in various aspects of life at Northern. The council is responsible for:

  • the initiation and promotion of extra-curricular and social activities

  • the collection and impartial distribution of all monies received from the student activity fee

  • providing and encouraging leadership in all aspects of the school and community

  • directly representing the interests of the student population.

The three level representative system of the council consists of the Executive, Senate and House of Class Representatives. Well over 100 students hold positions on the council which directly represents every student at Northern. Students are encouraged to get involved in school activities. Any ideas, advisor suggestions, proposals or concerns can be brought to the Student Council office located in the cafeteria.

Together, the Student Council and the student body they represent, are instrumental in providing the excitement, pride and spirit that makes Northern a vibrant educational establishment.

Contact us:

Facebook: NorthernSAC

Twitter: @NorthernSAC

Instagram: @nsssac

SnapChat: sacnss

Student Information Package

$50 is collected from each student at timetable pickup. This entitles each student to a yearbook, a student Agenda, library use and photocopying, and subsidizes school clubs, academic prizes and events sponsored by the Student Council.

The breakdown is as follows:

Yearbook: $35

Agenda book: $5

Printing in the library: $5

Student card and activities: $5

A Student Card is issued to each student. This card is not transferable and must be presented for identification at school events. Students with financial difficulties should consult a Vice-Principal

All student planners have information regarding the TDSB’s Code of Conduct which includes the chart, "Chart of Consequences of Inappropriate Student Behaviour". Click on the attachment below to see the chart.

 

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