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May 22nd, 2019 in Texarkana News

Pleasant Grove High School's student council was recently recognized by Texas Association of Student Councils for Outstanding Achievement. Pleasant Grove High School Student Council juniors and seniors are, front row, from left, Phoebe Robertson, Andrea Rodriguez and Natalie Hale; second row, from left, Sophia Tuttlebee, Haley Hearn, Cara Court, Brooklynn Bearden, Madison Blundell, Katie Hutcheson and Kyla Prinsen; third row, from left, Olivia Rochelle, Connor Hornsby, Patrick McMillan, Noni Hilley, Lauren Mugno, Alana Avard, Presley Hargrove and Sydney Hopkins; back row, from left, Rachel Hemphill, Georgia Cobb, Brett Walker, Miller Hornsby, Caleb Hemphill, Alexis Overstreet and Zoe May. (Submitted photo)

Pleasant Grove High School's student council was recently recognized by Texas Association of Student Councils for Outstanding Achievement. Pleasant Grove High School Student Council freshmen and sophomores are, front row, from left, Sarah Johnson, Sapana Pokrhel, Delia Tuttlebee, McKinley MacBride, Noelle Sherman and Aaliyah English. Second row, from left, Hailee Partin, Alyssa Avard, Lydia Colvin, Kyah Boylan and Emma Beck. Third row, from left, Sadie Coleman, Andy Hilton, Macy Young, Isaac Taylor, Natalie Nickolson, Kendall Johnson, Claire Gibson and Nistha Neupane. Fourth row, from left, Noah Rayburn, Brooks Beck, Carson Sanders, Katie Ferguson, Kyra Knowles, Emma Crabtree, Ashlynn Gonzales, Audrey Fricks and Alex Norton. Back row, from left, Gracie Carr, Marvin Butler, Brock Bearden, Easton Jones, Gwen Crabtree, Mason Burrow, Addison Simmons, Peyton Mathews, Caylin Scates and Spencer Richardson. (Submitted photo)

Pleasant Grove High School's student council was recently...


The Texas Association of Student Councils, sponsored by The Texas Association of Secondary School Principals, recently recognized Pleasant Grove High School Student Council with the following awards for outstanding achievement in 2018-2019:

  • ¬†Outstanding Student Council
  • ¬†Pride and Patriotism
  • ¬†Community Service

The TASC Outstanding School Recognition Program is designed to set astandard of excellence for Texas student councils as outlined in criteria published in state report forms. The report forms are reviewed annually by the TASC Board of Directors to ensure that the recognition program is rigorous and relevant. Fewer than 20 percent of TASC member schools are recognized in one or more areas.

Pleasant Grove High School Student Council service projects include the Harvest Texarkana Backpack program, Flip the Leopards Pancake Breakfast, Homecoming week events, Hunger Games food collection for Harvest Texarkana and many other school and community projects. The student council completed more than 500 hours of community service this year.

PGHSl Student Council officers are President Andrea Rodriguez, Secretary Phoebe Robertson and Treasurer Natalie Hale. The student council is sponsored by Tiffany Beck.

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