The new Cincinnati Public Schools Student Council held its first meeting on January 15th. The CPS Student Council, founded by Walnut Hills High School senior Clayton Castle, was designed to be the voice of the district's students. The council represents about half of the high schools in CPS, each with a unique background or story. Their first assignment is to help recruit about 2,000 tutors for the CPS elementary schools, in hopes of improving test scores of the first and only Effective‑rated urban school district in Ohio. The Cincinnati Public Schools Student Council is and will continue to be paramount in the continued success of Cincinnati Public Schools.
Submitted by Clayton Castle
12th grade, Walnut Hills High School
I am a leader. I am Cincinnati Public Schools.