What is Associated Student Body (ASB)?
When ASB is referred to, it means the group of students that are selected and elected to represent the entire student body of BDHS. Throughout the years, BDHS has been blessed with creative, dedicated, and responsible class representatives.
The students’ duties vary in responsibility. The exact duties and responsibilities required of each position largely depend on the school and the grade of the students. Much more authority and accountability will be placed on the shoulders of junior and senior representatives; still, the basic structure of ASB is generally the same.
What does ASB do?
ASB is responsible for two main objectives:
- Providing student activities.
- Representing the voice of Bishop Diego High School students to staff, and community.
These objectives all support the #1 goal of Bishop Diego High School ASB: to achieve 100% student involvement.
What does it take to be a member of ASB?
ASB members must be leaders. The qualities of a good leader include honesty, trustworthiness, responsibility, reliability, willingness to work hard, humility, respect for both adults and fellow students, and school pride. You must have at least a 2.5 GPA, be in good academic standing, and maintain high academic and personal standards, both on and off campus.
How does someone get into ASB?
ASB Representatives are elected every spring and serves through the following spring. The class representatives represent their class throughout the school year; in addition support their grade level during class competitions.
How do I find out more information about ASB?
The class representatives are selected and appointed after the spring elections by their classmates. Representatives specialize in areas including technology, rallies, publicity, etc.
All members of the BDHS ASB support each other in their work and are expected to help each other in the preparation, setup, and clean-up of all activities. Every member of ASB will be expected to work as a team to reach a single goal.
How do I find out more?
To find out about ASB roles and functions, getting into ASB, or getting involved at Bishop Diego High School, ask someone who is in ASB or ask Ms. Manzo; Student Activities Moderator. Feel free to come by room 107 before school, during break or lunch.