Request to student council for club status authorization

Club Name: Lake City Game Creators (LCGC)
Advisor: Scott Jacobson

CHARTER

  1. Name: The name of this organization shall be the Lake City Game Creators at Lake City High School, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho (aka LCGC).
  2. The LCGC Mission Statement: The purpose of this organization shall be to:
    1. Promote computer game building above game playing
    2. To seek a deeper appreciation of our universe by trying to simulate its beauty and complexity
    3. Encourage beginners with free and friendly tutoring
    4. Favor group simulation projects using engines that have educational licenses or are owned by the members
    5. Host regular events for members to play the worlds they have created
    6. Host regular bonding events to play popular and appropriate multiplayer group games
  3. Affiliation: The LCGC will be open to consider affiliation with other official campus computer clubs throughout the nation
  4. Membership.
    1. Any registered LCHS students, faculty, and staff interested may officially join the organization, although anyone may attend meetings and events hosted by the organization.
    2. Only registered LCHS students may hold office and vote in elections for the organization's officers.
    3. Only the student officers shall spend the organization's funds.
  5. Events, meetings, and promotion of views.
    1. The LCGC shall meet to work Monday through Thursday 2:30 - 4:30 during the academic year.
    2. Fridays and teacher workdays will be reserved for aforementioned LAN events
    3. Only 2 year officer-members may officiate in the absence of an advisor
    4. The LCGC shall host discussion meetings according to the statement of purpose.
    5. When the LCGC promotes its views to the campus, it shall abide by all campus policies.
  6. Officers.
    1. The organization shall have 3 officers:
      1. President
        1. Shall have a good understanding of level design, world editing, engine procedures
        2. Shall use and convey this knowledge whenever necessary at events, meetings, and promotions of the organization.
        3. Shall be the official spokesperson for the organization on issues related to game design.
        4. Shall publicly adhere to and abide by the statement of purpose of the organization.
        5. Shall present the LCHS student council with a report at the end of each academic year detailing the major activities of LCGC that uphold the mission statement
      1. Forums Moderator
        1. Shall have a good understanding or forum operation , posting relevant and responsive topics , and cleaning dead or inappropriate threads
        2. Shall use and convey this knowledge whenever necessary at events, meetings, and promotions of the organization.
        3. Shall be the official notifier of scheduled events.
        4. Shall publicly adhere to and abide by the statement of purpose of the organization.
      1. Guilds Coordinator
        1. Shall coordinate and facilitate the LCGC MMORPG subgroups.
        2. Shall abide by all LCHS campus policies when promoting the organization or its views.
        3. Shall publicly adhere to and abide by the statement of purpose of the organization.
    1. Failure of any officer to uphold the duties of their office are grounds for removal from office.
    2. An officer may be removed from office by a 2/3 vote of the registered LCGC student members of the organization.
  7. Criteria for holding office.
    1. All individuals holding office must be registered LCHS students and be elected by a majority vote of the registered student members of the organization voting at the elections meeting.
    2. The elections meeting shall take place in September of each year.
    3. In the case of a resignation of an officer from office, a special elections meeting may be held to fill the office until the next elections meeting.
    4. All officers hold their position until the September elections meeting.
    5. There are no limitations on the number of terms of office an individual may hold.