Student Human Relations Commission
Each Guilford County High School will host a Student Human Relations Commission composed of no fewer than 15 members who shall be recruited by the Delegates and selected in partnership with the school administration or their designee. All members of the individual school commissions shall be bona fide students maintaining attendance and behavioral requirements within their school. This proposal does not include schools that currently have a SHRC in place (Andrews High, Southwest High and High Point Central High).
SHRC Delegates shall be recruited by school administrators or their designee and selected in partnership with the school administration, HRD staff and HRC Commissioners to represent their individual schools and be apart of the SHRC.
Delegates will represent two persons from grades 9, 10 and 11. Seniors will be included from previous year's Commissioners. It is recommended that at least two representatives from each school be “Anytown” program graduates; however, the entire commission should be a diverse representation of the student body.
Delegates will meet periodically as an entire body to discuss and report on activities, plans, matters of concern and other issues from their individual SHRCs.
Expected changes as a result of the Delegates’ and Commissioners’ work in the schools: Greater awareness and sensitivity to differences; better relationships amongst students, teachers, administrators, SROs, maintenance and other school staff; reduction in violence because of greater relationships and trust; greater pride in school; greater appreciation of education; greater understanding of the relevance of human relations in their daily lives.