For more information about each district (like constitutions and minutes), click the name below. Download the district alignment HERE.
Who’s in a district? You are. Florida Association of Student Councils (FASC), our State organization, is comprised of six (6) districts with each county assigned to a specific District. Just as at your school, each district has its own set of officers, its own constitution and its own scheduled meetings. A great way to “dip your toe” into the FASC waters is to start at the district level. There is no fee to join the district. Payment of your FASC membership dues makes each school an automatic district member.
Did you know? Getting started in your district is as easy as locating the county’s district on the FASC District Alignment map, completing the FASC Membership Invoice and taking a delegation to the first meeting.
It’s no secret that undertaking new experiences can sometimes be daunting, but it has been repeatedly proven that networking can be a delegation’s best friend. And there’s not a better place to start than with your district president and state officer schools.
District President Schools
District 1: Leon High School District 2: Suwanee High School
District 3: Lake Brantley High School District 4: Charlotte High School
District 5: Spanish River High School District 6: Pembroke Pines Charter High School
Download the Presidents' information.
State Executive Board
President: Palmetto High School
Vice President: Mater Academy
Secretary: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School
Treasurer: East River High School
Parliamentarian: Pompano Beach High School
Treasurer Elect: Boca Raton High School
FASC's website (right here) has great information from the District officer schools, minutes and meetings to the details regarding state membership, advisor and student leadership opportunities .
And finally, every schools super secret weapon for getting those pesky questions answered is to contact Dr. Melissa Sohn, FASC Executive Director, at email@example.com or call 863-699-5010. Because after all, there is no such thing as unimportant questions, or “we’ve exhausted every avenue in search of answers”.