Welcome to Rainy River District

Student Leadership

The Rainy River District School Board recognizes the benefits of student leadership to students, schools, and the system. Active student representation is critical to successful planning and implementation of Board initiatives.

Student Trustees

  Avery Lundgren Avery Lundgren
Term: 2022-2024

Avery attends Rainy River High School and represents all Rainy  River District School Board students.

 Charles Watts
Charles Watts
Term: 2021-2023

Charles attends Atikokan High School and represents all Rainy River District School Board Students.

Student Trustees are elected two-year term positions, with representatives rotating among the three high schools of the Board. They are active members of the Board,  participating in Board meetings and acting as Co-Chairs of the Student Senate. The duties of the Student Trustees include:
  • Attending School Board meetings
  • Being knowledgeable about, and willing to comply with, Board policies and procedures
  • Serving as student liaison representatives between the Board and the Student Senate
  • Consulting with and keeping the Student Senate informed about Board issues of interest and concern to students
  • Representing the views of the Student Senate at Board discussions

Student Senate

The Student Senate meets monthly and acts as an advisory committee to the Director of Education, giving voice to student issues and priorities on behalf of all Rainy River District School Board students. The Student Senate consists of representatives from each secondary school as well as Sturgeon Creek Alternative Program. To qualify for the position of student senate, a student must be registered full time at a Board secondary school and be between 14 and 21 years of age during the entire school term. Each secondary school has a process for selecting its Student Senate representative.

View Student Senate Meeting Minutes

Student Leadership Councils

Each secondary school has a Student Leadership Council which brings together student representatives from across the school to enrich the school experience for all students within that school.


Other Student Leadership Opportunities

Student leadership is seen in other forms throughout the system, through school Gay-straight alliances, clubs, extra-curriculars, and annual system events such as the Young Women's Conference and the Challenge.

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