New from MASC

MASC announces Advisors Conference Consultant

unnamedMASC is excited to announce that Sandy Ginger, Executive Director of the Navada Association of Student Councils, will serve as the 2017 MASC Advisors Conference consultant.

Sandy Ginger is a 30-year educator in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV. In her positron as the CCSD Director of Student Activities Sandy coordinates student events and 40+ graduations. She is an Executive Director for the Nevada Association of Student Councils and a Co-Director of the Western Leaders Summer camp in Washington State. Sandy is an Honorary Lifetime member of The California Association of Directors of Activities and the only non-Californian to be recognized with their Bob Burton Award. Sandy’s most cherished recognition came in 2007 when she was honored with the Earl Reum Award. Sandy is a dog lover, an average soccer player and a pretty good baker.

For more information, visit the Advisors Conference page.

MASC Named 2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit by GreatNonprofits

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The Missouri Association of Student Councils (MASC) was recently named a 2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit by Greatnonprofits.org. MASC was recognized for its high ratings and reviews on the site.

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MASC Surpasses Million Dollar Milestone

At the 2017 MASC State Convention, it was announced that MASC surpassed the million dollar milestone in fundraising efforts for Special Olympics Missouri. By participating in Polar Plunge events across the state, MASC members schools have raised more than $1,000,000 to benefit SOMO since 2009. Read more about the MASC+SOMO partnership here.

Terri Johnson Named 2016 Region 6 Earl Reum Honoree

Terri Johnson, Missouri Executive Director and retired Guidance Counselor at Lafayette High School, was named as the Region 6 Honoree for the Earl Reum Award. This award is given to recognize individuals for their work with training adults who will train students to be better leaders in their schools and communities. Nominees of the Earl Reum award encourage and inspire others in the field of leadership development, shares their experience and expertise, and promotes adult & student leadership training within their state and at the national level. Terri will be honored at the National Conference on Student Activities in Madison, Wisconsin, on December 2, 2016. Terri was selected by the states of Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and New Mexico as the finalist from Region 6. She is recognized for her enthusiast promotion and providing opportunities for adults to receive training in leadership training, and her devotion to the Missouri Association of Student Councils. Terri is instrumental in helping students and advisors in Missouri and across the United States develop their leadership potential. Missouri is very proud of Terri in receiving this honor. Congratulations, Terri!

Baker is National Advisor of the Year finalist

Christy Baker, Union High School, was honored on June 25, 2016 at the NASC National Conference in Hillsboro, Oregon, as a finalist for the Warren Shull National Advisor of the Year award. Christy was selected by the states of Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and New Mexico as the finalist from Region 6. Christy was recognized for her commitment to student leadership, fostering a welcoming school community, and her passion for the Missouri Association of Student Councils. MASC, and the entire state of Missouri, is very proud of her dedication to her school and community. Congratulations, Christy!

Tholen, Adkins are National Advisor of the Year finalists

unnamedPam Tholen, Heritage Middle School, and Sarah Adkins, Park Hill South High School, were honored on June 27, 2015 at the NASC National Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico as finalists for the Warren Shull National Advisor of the Year award. Both were selected by the states of Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and New Mexico as the finalists from Region 6. They were recognized for their contributions to developing student leadership and training as well as their devotion to the Missouri Association of Student Councils. Pam and Sarah are instrumental in training students and advisors in Missouri. Missouri is very proud of both of them for the dedication to their students and their communities. Congratulations, Pam and Sarah!