Student Council Officer School Elections and Board Elections
- A school wishing to run for one of the officer school positions of the Association must be a current member of the Association and must have been a member the year preceding its nomination.
- A school may hold only one office at a time, and current officer schools may not run for re-election while serving.
- In order to run for a state office, a candidate school must file a form of intent to run for office (form is available on this page...see below) along with a letter of intent signed by the principal with the TASC Director, no later than 60 days prior to the opening date of the state conference.
- The deadline to file to run for 2017-2018 state office and submit a general platform is February 3, 2017.
- Schools are encouraged to submit a general campaign platform idea at the time of filing. Regardless, a platform must be submitted no later than February 17, 2017.
- The school’s campaign must be conducted within limits of the TASC Board of Directors approved Campaign Rules and Regulations for the year (below).
- Additionally, formal technical guidelines for the campaign skit presentation must be followed. The technical guidelines will be made available to candidate schools at least 60 days before the conference.
- Candidate schools must create and promote a campaign platform (an idea) within the framework of a campaign theme (creative, engaging message).
- If two campaign platforms and/or themes are similar, both schools will be informed. It is not politically advisable to have a similar platform or theme.
- In the case where a proposed platform or theme is identical, the second school that submits the details will be required to change.
Campaign Rules and Regulations »
Election to the Board »
Application for Board of Directors »
Intent to Run for State Office Form »
Campaign Budget Form »
Campaign Violation Complaint Form »
Campaign Violation Appeal Form »
Campaign Skit Technical Guidelines »
Writing a Campaign Platform & Theme »
Conducting a Campaign »
HS Conference Coordinator School Application »
HS Conference Coordinator School Duties »
ML Conference Coordinator School Application »
ML Conference Coordinator School Duties »
FAQ's about Association Leadership »
HS Candidates for Office 2017-2018
Candidates, please check information carefully. Any changes in the office for which you are filing or in general platform must be in the TASC office by midnight 2/3/17. Final Platform information is due Feb. 17. Questions about campaigns should be directed to Hardin-Jefferson HS, TASC Vice-President advisor, Kristy West.
Boswell High School | Platform: Mental Health | Boswell Intent to Run & Resume
Summer Creek High School | Platform: Promoting Inclusion | Summer Creek Intent to Run & Resume
Barbers Hill High School | Platform: #Cancersucks | Barbers Hill Intent to Run & Resume
Byron Nelson High School | Platform: Connect....Unite....IGNITE! | Byron Nelson Intent to Run & Resume
Ridge Point High School | Platform: Pangea Project: United as One | Ridge Point Intent to Run & Resume
Tomball High School | Platform: Legacy: Never Too Late: Yesterday, Tomorrow, Today | Tomball Intent to Run & Resume
White Oak High School | Platform: Operation Blue (Support Local Law Enforcement) | White Oak Intent to Run & Resume
Carroll Senior High School | Platform: Anti-Human Trafficking | Carroll Intent to Run & Resume
Duncanville High School | Platform: Let's Tae-Wo! (Childhood Obesity) | Duncanville Intent to Run & Resume
Marshall High School | Platform: Little Mav's on the Move (tutoring program) | Marshall Intent to Run & Resume
ML Candidates for Board of Directors 2017 - 2020
HS Candidates for Board of Directors 2017-2020
Chad Cooke, Azle High School
Courtney Goldberg, Episcopal High School
Brian Myer, Cedar Creek High School