Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Introducing Aubrey: Official Student Councilwoman

Aubrey decided to run for her class' room representative this year and WON the job!! We are so proud of her! There are five 4th grade classes and each class selects a representative from their class to attend the student council meetings (the 5th graders make up the actual leadership positions:pres/vp/sec/treasure/etc. I definitely think she has a chance of winning one of the positions next year too!) For her campaign she had to write a speech and was allowed to make two posters to place anywhere in the school. I think the ideas we came up with together were pretty cute & funny. The kids at school thought they were funny too. The little speech bubble on the pink poster says, "Vote for Aub! She'll do the job!" And then the speech bubble next to her baby picture says "Yeah baby." And then the blue poster says, "Vote 4 Aubrey! Because what you need is a SUPERHERO!" and we again used an old funny picture from when she was little and had tied a blanket around her neck pretending to be supergirl or something:)

Aubrey is such a great kid and totally a born leader. I know the kids at school look up to her as an example, a smart kid and someone who is trustworthy and responsible. But most of all kind to everyone! We love you Aubrey and are very proud of your accomplishments! You are going to do great things in your life!

5 comments:

Emily said...

That is so awesome that she won! that is great that she wants to be a leader, and clearly has followers. The posters are super cute too! Congrats Aubrey! She is such an amazing girl Holly. You are so blessed to have her :)

Marie said...

Way to go Aubrey! I just know you will do a superdy duperdy job!! xxoo

the duchess said...

Congrats! We need to create a new generation of Washingtons and Adams.

Grammy Staffy said...

Way to go Aubrey! I am proud of you. Holly you are such a good mom to help your kids achieve the things that they want to do.

Have a great week. Hugs, Lura

Bobbi Janay said...

i love the poster ideas.