On an annual basis, schools are given money to issue throughout the school. However, the problem is-- do they use it properly. Recently, at the high school I'm attending, the school has bought lanyards for our ID's, and hired workers to remove the old gum off of the school grounds. It's understandable that the lanyards are for security reasons and the gum removal is for-- to make the school nicer, However, there are problems in the school that need to be adressed: there aren't enough books, or the insides of the buildings are in need or renovation since some classes do seem like safety hazards. Yet, there isn't a student council that is able to adress this properly. What do you believe should occurr? Should there be a student council? And is this a major problem?