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  • Student Government assists in decision making for Thomas Jefferson Academy events and is a recognized member of LASC. Student Government consists of elected members chosen by the student body. These students act as representatives and these representatives serve as a liaison from the student body to the administration. Student Government also serves as a leadership group that represents Thomas Jefferson at external school functions and within the community. These representatives will meet with other Student Councils at different schools across Jefferson Parish to incorporate leadership skills, gain methods for promoting school spirit, and fundraising to help charitable non-profit organizations.  
     
     
  • Student Government Officers
    2020-2021
     
     
     
    Angelina Nguyen
    Student Body President
     
     
    Diana Martinez
    Student Body Vice President
     
     
    Tesiya McClary
    Student Body Secretary
     
     
    JaLeah Mondy
    Student Body Representative 
     
     
     
    Class elections will be held after homecoming week. If you're interested in running for class office for Student Government refer to your grade level google classroom the week of October 19, 2020. 
  • SGA 2020 Class Officer Election

     

    Class elections will be held after homecoming week. If you're interested in running for class office for Student Government refer to your grade level google classroom the week of October 19, 2020. 

  • Homecoming Week for High School Students

    October 19th - 23rd

     

    The Student Government Association has put together a fun week of activities to celebrate our Homecoming Week for 9th - 12th grades.  The daily events are listed on the flyer below.  Don't forget to join us for the Fisher vs TJ Homecoming Game on Saturday, October 24th at 2:00 pm at Hoss Memtsas Stadium (West Jefferson) and show your JAGUAR PRIDE!!

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  • Mission Ignition

     

    Mission Ignition is an annual United Way service hour competition between local high schools.  The goal of this friendly competition is to be the high school with the most service hours by the end of the competition.  In 2019, Thomas Jefferson Academy placed second in the competition.  We are encourage all students to participate in as many events as possible.  The benefit is not just for bragging rights as a school, but the competition has an important impact by helping those in need.  
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    Club Rush is held in the Fall during lunch.  It was a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the various clubs we have on campus.  The students are able to browse exhibits under the breezeway from all of the TJA clubs, ask questions, and learn how to join.