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2022 High School Annual Conference
April 10-12, 2022 | Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas

 

ELECTIONS INFORMATION

Candidates for the TASC Board and State Office:

President:   
Red Oak High School   -   Giving Back to the Givers   -  Intent to Run & Platform
Texas High School - Kick Cancer - Intent to Run & Platform
Meet the Candidate Video for the Office of President

Vice President: 
Conroe High School - Start the Conversation - Intent to Run & Platform 
Meet the Candidate Video for the Office of Vice-President

Secretary:
Boswell High School  -  RECHARGE, REWIRE, and RECONNECT - Intent to Run & Platform
Meet the Candidate Video for the Office of Secretary

Parliamentarian:
Carroll Senior High School - Open Hearts, Open Doors  - Intent to Run & Platform
Livingston High School - Overcome Losses - Intent to Run & Platform
Meet the Candidate Video for the office of Parliamentarian

ML Candidates for Board of Directors 2021-2024

HS Candidates for Board of Directors 2022-2025
Shannon Slade -  Rock Hill HS - Intent to Run for HS Elected Advisor to the Board of Directors
Phillip Jenkins - Forney HS - Intent to Run for HS Elected Advisor to the Board of Directors
Kenna Cavnar - Legacy HS - Intent to Run for HS Elected Advisor to the Board of Directors
Meet the Candidate Video for the Position of Elected Advisor to the Board

  • Click here for information about balloting which will be provided by the TASC State Secretary School, Kingwood Park HS. (TBD) Voting will be electronic, and information will be send prior to the conference. A contact for assistance will also be provided.

 

VOTING:

  • Each registered TASC member high school at the conference may have up to 5 voting delegates.
  • Each council is encouraged to review candidate qualifications and platform as well as watch the video of the Meet the Candidate Sessions.
  • Candidates may campaign face to face and via social media. They will also campaign booths and presentations at the HS Annual Conference.
  • Councils are encouraged to caucus and determine the council for whom they wish to vote for each office. Councils may split their votes. For example, if there were five candidates for a specific office, council may cast all five votes for one candidate. They may cast one vote for each candidate; they may cast 2 votes for one candidate and three for another, etc.
  • Each council has one vote to cast for the position of Elected Advisor to the Board. Their information is also posted on the website, and they will participate in Meet the Candidates.