Tyler’s Boulter Middle School has accepted the position of president of the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) of District 4/19.  The school agreed to the posting at the TASC Spring Forum in Bullard, when more than 550 of its peers elected the student council as it gained recognition for high standing within the organization, leadership skills and commitment to community service.  This school council’s current theme is “Live the Legacy,” and it will use this as an objective in its new post.  Boulter 8th-grader/Student Council President Sheldon McGowen formally accepted the nomination, and informed the assembly his school and student council is looking forward to serving.
“Thank you for this vote of confidence and opportunity to serve,” he said.  “Boulter will not let you down.”
Student Council Advisor Pamela Franklin Adams went further in outlining the president group’s aims and accomplishments.
“Boulter Student Council has been extremely active this year, hosting special events like Veterans’ Day and the Board of Friends, sponsoring a canned food drive to benefit PATH (People Attempting to Help,) and partnering with other student groups such as AVID during its recent and highly successful campus-wide Career Day,” she said.
Adams also pointed out that Boulter is a feeder school for John Tyler High, and committed to sending the high school the best possibly prepared freshmen.
“Boulter is determined to continue sending John Tyler High School student leaders that are dedicated to continuing the tradition of excellence in leadership, scholarship and commitment to community service,” she said.

Front row, left to right: Alexis Henry, Sheldon McGowan, president; Ashley Jordan, Shakala Jones, James Loya, Latrese Kelly, Alani Parks and Aimee Munoz Back row, left to right: Gaquay Miller, Sh’Dadrean Rogers, Cu’Juan Dail, vice president; LaRandall Carter, Alexandra Henry, Dedrick Elliott, Lameka Foley and Demontray Platt