ASB Officers are voted on each March for the next school year by the entire school. Students may run for President, Vice president, Secretary, Treasurer and Historian. ASB Officers represent the school by taking the 0-hour leadership class that plans most school spirit and community service activities. ASB Officers work closely with the administration and their advisor to represent the student body. ASB officers will conduct monthly ASB meetings and serve on community boards and state boards.
The requirements for an ASB officer are to demonstrate leadership, follow all school rules and code of conduct, have a 2.5 GPA. Students will be elected or appointed to these positions.
Make school decisions, help plan all school events like dances, spirit weeks, and assemblies, participate in community service and be involved! Students involved with leadership have an opportunity to earn a letter.
Contact: Kailey Schafer, 509-354-6653, firstname.lastname@example.org
A high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Link Crew trains members to be Link Leaders. As positive role models, Link Leaders are motivators, leaders and teachers who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school. Eligibility for membership is dependent upon teacher recommendations and student dedication to the program. Members also visit freshman advisories and contact freshmen outside of school to check on their social and academic adjustment to high school life. Open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Link Leaders will also serve as guides for the 8th grade Pirate for a Day program. You would meet in August for training and orientation, and then monthly meetings and various social and academic activities throughout the year. If interested, applications are available starting in April. You must have teacher recommendations and a commitment to the program. The benefits to being involved is you are a role model and mentor to underclassmen, participate in numerous social and academic activities and participate in community service.
Link Crew A-team
This a class of Link Crew leaders that meet 4th period everyday who learn leadership skills, mentor freshmen, plan link crew events and execute them. The class meets every day and the A-Team leaders will meet several times in August. You must be a sophomore-Senior to apply. Applications available in April. Students are in charge of all Link Crew events.
Link Crew Contact: Whitney Bowerman, 509-354-6653 WhitneyB@spokaneschools.org