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Associated Student Body (ASB)

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is ASB? ASB stands for Associated Student Body and is a student leadership team who works to serve all students. ​
  • What do ASB members do? Create a positive environment where all students feel welcome. Help welcome new students and give tours. ​Inspire, motivate, and create joy on campus through a variety of activities including spirit days, lunch-time activities, morning announcements, help with the presentation of assemblies, and help plan events such as dances​. Responsible for the ASB budget. Make wise decisions on how to spend our money and account for it.
  • Who can serve on ASB? Fourth through 8th graders can serve on ASB, with 7th and 8th graders serving on the executive council (President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary).

22-23 Election Timeline

Friday, September 23rd: Interested 4th-8th graders are invited to attend the Information Session to learn more about ASB roles and responsibilities, learn how to campaign, and to pick up an application.

Friday, September 30th: Deadline to turn in application including FlipGrid introduction video. Instructions for how to do the FlipGrid are on the application. Please contact one of the ASB sponsors for assistance.

Campaigning Period

TBD: School-wide Vote

Associated Student Body (ASB) Funds

Publication of Information

Required per RCW 28A.325.050

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 benefitting the ASB.

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.

Posting of the following reports ensures compliance with RCW 28A.325.050 (and ESHB1109).  This information is not representative of a school’s full fiscal and/or athletic activity.

Questions regarding the posting of the ASB reports may be directed to:

Patti Levenz
ASB, Trust Analyst
pjlevernz@seattleschools.org

Karen Hardy
ASB, Trust Analyst
klhardy@seattleschools.org

Fund Balance Reports:

ASB Activity Card Data