The Yellow Jacket, Yearbook of Thomas Jefferson High School, 1970 Page: 96
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Under Competent Leadership Student
STEVE RITCHEY - vice president
JOHN BEGNAUD - SBC president
STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT IS a big step in pro-
gressive education. The Student Body Congress is an
excellent example of competent student government
A community of approximately 2,300 students is
governed by elected representatives, one from each
It's Congress' job to coordinate the countless activi-
ties and services of this immense school.
Congress is headed by four major officers and a
sponsor, Mr. Rouel Rothenberger, upon whose shoul-
ders fall many of the duties of the complex organiza-
tion. John Begnaud, as president presides over Con-
gress. V. P. Steve Ritchey presides in John's absence
and heads the Interclub Council. Debbie Lee repre-
sents the entire school as Rep. at large. Gail Gregg,
Secretary has the demanding job of keeping Con-
gress records. Together with Mr. McBee they help to
form school policy as the Board of Governors.
MR. ROUEL ROTHENBERGER, sponsor
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