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Tennessee Association of Student Councils

The Tennessee Association of Student Councils (TASC) is an organization whose purpose is to promote the student council movement in the state of Tennessee. TASC strives to further leadership training and good citizenship for the individual student. Through numerous activities, TASC attempts to educate students and advisors in the field of leadership training. Another goal of the organization is to provide a platform for student leaders and their adult mentors to share ideas as they work together to motivate and inspire each other to make a positive difference in their local schools and communities through quality leadership.

Membership in the organization is open to schools across the state. Annual dues are $60 per school; membership in TASC opens the door to many varied leadership educational opportunities!

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2017 TASC Fall Area Leadership Workshops

Become better leaders! Attend a TASC Area Leadership Workshop and experience enlightening breakout sessions... network with dynamic student leaders and advisors just like you... exchange ideas, projects and best practices... have fun... and get energized to make 2017-18 the best year ever!

Registration Now Open!

West TN Middle School/High School Area Workshop
October 6, 2017
Hosted by Ripley HS in Ripley, TN

Middle TN Middle School Area Workshop
October 24, 2017
Hosted by Brentwood MS at Brentwood Hills Church of Christ in Nashville, TN

Middle TN High School Area Workshop
September 22, 2017
Hosted by Community High School in Unionville, TN

East TN Middle School/High School Area Workshop
October 13, 2017
Hosted by Campbell County HS at LaFollette Church of God in LaFollette, TN

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Congratulations to the 2017-18 TASC Executive Board!

President
Annie Haynes, Marshall County HS

Vice-President
Chase Erwin, Unicoi County HS

Secretary Co-Host
Eva Karnowski & Hayden Harb, Bearden HS

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