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    Associated Student Body is the school's governing group made up of class officers and elected leaders. ASB is responsible for organizing school functions like dances, pep rallies and spirit weeks. They also decide how money is spent on school activities. Contact Activities Coordinator Bryan Gordon (bagordon@seattleschools.org) with questions about student government.

    2017-18 Student Government Leaders

    ASB Leaders

    ASB Officers (from left to right)
    Abdulgani Mohamed - President
    Emily Huynh - Vice President
    Tommy Tran - Treasurer
    Hafza Aden - Secretary


    Class of 2018

    Class of 2018 Officers (from right to left)
    Tina Dang - President
    Magdalene Tran - Vice President
    Yuhaniz Aly - Secretary
    Phuong Nguyen - Treasurer


    Class of 2019 Officers

    Class of 2019 Officers (from right to left)
    Souleyman Drabo - President
    Andrew Cornel - Vice President
    Kezia Cook - Treasurer
    Ishawna Thompson - Secretary


    Class of 2020 Officers

    Class of 2020 Officers (from left to right)
    Nathan Truong - President
    Tina Vu - Vice President
    Martin Le - Treasurer
    Selina-Grace Biwit - Secretary

    Elections for the Class of 2021 officers will take place in the early part of the school year.


    Associated Student Body (ASB) Funds

    As of August 31, 2018
    RCW Requirement to Post ASB Fund Balances

    An Associated Student Body (ASB) is a formal organization of students, including sub-component or affiliated student groups, formed at each public school within Seattle Schools. The programs of the ASB are any optional, noncredit, extra-curricular activity conducted in whole or in part by or on behalf of an ASB, during or outside regular school hours, within or outside school grounds and facilities and conducted with the approval of the school district or under the official designee to whom authority has been delegated to act on behalf of an ASB or sub-component group. ASB programs and activities must be of a cultural, athletic, recreational or social nature.

    Money generated or collected, including fundraising proceeds, in conjunction with ASB activities, is public money which must be deposited into the ASB Fund. ASB public money may only be used for optional, noncredit, extra-curricular events and activities of a cultural, athletic, recreational, or social nature.

    In general, carryover amounts from one year to another are due to anticipated expenditures for student activities which take more than a year of fundraising. These funds are not available for curricular or graded student activities.

    This financial report reflects the summary ASB account balances by school. Beginning balances, current year transactions, and ending balances as of August 31, 2018. This report is unaudited, and does not reflect final ending balances for the fiscal year.

    Posting of this report to each school’s website ensures compliance with RCW 28A.325.050 and is not representative of a school’s full fiscal year transactions.

    ASB Balances Report

    Questions regarding the posting of the ASB Funds report may be directed to:

    Erma Meekins-Hill, ASB, Trust Analyst
    emhill@seattleschools.org