Student Council

Students vote each year for a student council president and supporting officers, positions that carry real responsibility.

Two class representatives from first through fifth and sixth grade are chosen from each homeroom to serve on the student council. The Student Council officers lead announcements at the morning Triangle.

The student council organizes and implements student events. The council positions allow students to observe and learn qualities of leadership. All students are invited to take part in the activities and present new ideas.

The student council participates in community service projects and raises money to benefit those in need.



2013 - Awarded the Jefferson Award for Commitment to the Community

2014 - Attended the Annual Jefferson Awards Salute to Service in Delaware ceremony. The Jefferson School was one of five state-wide finalists!

2015 - The Jefferson School was recognized again for service to the community. The student council's food bank project and Seaford House project were both recognized by the mayor of Georgetown.

2016 - The Jefferson School was chosen as one of fifteen National Award finalist for Lead360. TJS was recognized by the mayor of Georgetown for service to our community! Projects included food collection for the Delaware Food Bank and Care packages for Veterans. Way to go TJS!


Summer Camp has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Thank you for your understanding.