ASB is a group of dedicated students who strive to do anything for the better of the school. This student organization is established to govern finances, organize activities, and represent the students of West High School. The funds raised by student organizations are called ASB funds. ASB funds represent an opportunity for students to not only raise money, but also learn the principles of operating a small business and learn leadership skills. ASB is constantly making contributions to the community, school, and their fellow students.
What does ASB do?
ASB is the principal student government body on campus headed by four officers: president, vice president, secretary and treasurer who govern the entire student body. The leadership class consists of the ASB officers, class officers, and accepted applicants.
Host school events:
All of West High’s dances, rallies, and school activities are organized by ASB. The purpose of these events is to unify the school, raise school spirit, and provide a break from academics.
ASB comes up with unique, creative, and innovative ways for publicizing. ASB makes a mass production of bright informational posters, regarding new events. They are also in charge of updating the student bulletin which is read during advisory.
ASB is able to put on all of these events through fundraising.
Hold Business Meetings:
ASB holds weekly business meetings to discuss and vote on various issues by communicating and contributing ideas. During meetings, ASB makes business decisions like approving expenditures to ensure no conflicts arise in upcoming activities such as dances, fundraisers, blood drives and rallies. We also look into upcoming fundraisers and help manage class, club, and athletic accounts at the school. If any student at West High School is involved in any activity that relates to the school – ASB MUST approve it.