• Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults.  The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects.  In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body.  They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.

      The function of the student council is based upon parlimentary procedures.  Ideas are presented, voted upon and confirmed by the student body president.  Any student that is interested in leadership, organizational behavior, event planning or becoming more involved in the school are welcome to become involved.  

      All students are invited to participate on the BBHS student council. 



    SADD believes that to find the solutions to the big issues our teens are dealing with, the teens themselves must have a voice and they must be part of the solution. SADD exists to empower teens, to provide the tools they need to inspire positive action, to become leaders and role models, and to create a community-based approach to addressing the most critical issues that face teens today.

    Automobile crashes remain the number one killer of teens and until that statistic changes, SADD’s core focus will be in traffic safety. However, we know that underlying issues often exist, which can influence driving behavior and decision making. We care about those issues, as well. Our students have a voice and they have asked for tools to address these other issues, including substance abuse, depression, suicide, and teen violence and bullying.

    With an estimated 10,000 chapters and 400,000+ SADD students across the country, plus millions of alumni, the work we do has the potential to create the change our young people want to see in the world!

    Below are our additional focus areas:

    • Youth Leadership Development: SADD students are offered various opportunities to practice and develop life skills that will allow them to meet the everyday challenges of adulthood. Learn more…
    • Traffic Safety: As the number one killer of teens in the US today, many of SADD’s programs are focused on reducing distracted and impaired driving incidents. Learn more…
    • Substance Abuse: SADD strives to increase education, awareness, and prevention of substance abuse amongst teens. Learn more…
    • Personal Health and Safety: Teens consistently face negative peer pressures and safety issues, which can have an overall negative impact on their personal health. See what we are doing to help. Learn more…

    To learn more about getting involved or to make a contribution, contact Mrs. McMillen or any SADD today.