The Student Senate develop their workplan after consulting the students they represent.
Based on student feedback, the 2016-17 Student Senate focused on a number of priorities.
The Senate hosted a student conference to promote healthy school cultures and mental health literacy.
The Senate gathered feedback from students about the new provincial curriculum to share with the minister of education. The minister accepted the invitation to a senate meeting to discuss the new curriculum being developed.
The Senate developed a set of videos for the District's Career Pathways team.
The Senate gauged students' interest in lowering the municipal voting age to 16. After presenting the results of their feedback, the Board of Trustees voted to write a letter to the minister of municipal affairs advocating for lowering the municipal voting age from 18 to 16 years of age.