Student Government

Student Body Officers 2018-19 

Theme: 'Be The Change'

President- Yasmine Dudum
Vice President- Cate Rocheleau
Secretary- Alister Borabo 
Treasurer- Jackie Au
Spirit- Raquel Camacho
Publicity- Genevieve Flieder

2018-19 SBOs


Leaders in Action

Inspire others, challenge fears, change the world.

Student Body Officers

Student Body Officers (SBOs) are incoming seniors who are elected by the 9th-11th grade student body to represent the school. The SBOs directly influence the attitude of the entire student body. The job descriptions below will give you an idea of what each of the six SBO positions entails.

To run for office, a student must be a current junior with a cumulative 2.5 grade point average since freshman year. It is recommended that anyone running for a Student Body Office has one year of previous leadership experience. If a student has been placed on disciplinary probation or suspension during the school year in which she wishes to run for office, you must write a letter of appeal to theAssistant Head of School for Student Life in order to be considered for eligibility. A student may not currently be on academic probation. Newly elected SBOs are required to be present for training and preparation during July.Other preparation begins immediately after the election takes place.

It is highly encouraged, but not required, that those assuming SBO positions have a Study Hall period.

Student Body Officers should possess the following qualities

  • Friendliness
  • Courageousness
  • Appropriate behavior modeling
  • Maintaining the highest ethical standards
  • Serving as a voice for their schoolmates
  • Modeling servant leadership
  • Practicing Inclusivity
  • Working cooperatively
  • Skill-shifting effectively
  • Balancing academic course load with demanding school leadership responsibilities
  • Working with a variety of personality types
  • Compromising with other leaders
  • Challenging themselves to make Mercy a positive experience for all

Student Council Activities

  • Planning and implementation of Mercy Week, including the student fundraiser.
  • Planning Winter Semi-Formal and Junior/Senior Prom.
  • Updating bulletin boards.
  • Planning Halloween dance and school celebrations.
  • Planning the Week of Christmas Spirit
  • Planning an attending the Freshman Social
  • Planning rallies, assemblies, and other pre-established events/traditions.


Class Councils 2018-19

Senior Class Council

Clarissa Baldocchi
Salma El-Badry
Jordyn Eleazar
Ruby Mayne
Maya McGee

Junior Class Council

Caitlin Garcia
Zoe Hammer
Jacqueline Klingler
Bronwyn Miguel
Alexa Ulrich

Sophomore Class Council

Caroline Callagy
Veronica Chi
Joanne Hui
Charlotte Liberty
Sophia Poblete

Freshman Class Council

Amaelia Bringas
Kalia Cordero
Ashley Marheineke
Adrianna Turchet
Janice Wong