In 1923, Fort Dodge's first High School student council was established by the construction of a Constitution. Since then, amendments have evolved the Constitution to reflect the current student body and the Dodger Senate brand. By utilizing parliamentary procedure in our daily operations, Dodger Senate prepares the next generation of leaders for the real-world.
Changing the Constitution
As stated in Article X of the current Dodger Senate Constitution, any current Senior High School student, faculty member, or administrator may submit (in writing) a proposed amendment to the Dodger Senate.
The Dodger Senate will then address and vote on the proposed amendment as soon as possible. A 2/3 vote of the Dodger Senate is required for an amendment to ratified.
The official Dodger Senate Constitution is regularly updated after each passed amendment. It can be viewed using the link below: