This is a SGA packet to get your Student Government Association up and running. All the documents are editable to make it fit your student government program.
Documents included in this packet:
1. SGA Constitution (Governing document)
2. Election ballot template
3. Peace week packet
This presentation was created with PowerPoint 2010.
My son, Charlie and I produced this presentation for his
Student Council Conference.
There are 36 slides with tips for promoting school spirit.
There are several slides about apparel, providing lists of retailers who offer inexpensive piece
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Nicely designed and formatted presentation, great for schools, churches and community organizations! THE THUMBNAILS DO NOT ACCURATELY REPRESENT THE DESIGN (they are .ppt instead of .pptx files).
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