ASB Government and Leadership

ASB meetings are held every other Monday in Room 122 and are open to all students interested in having a voice in the goings on at Evergreen.
The ASB (Associated Student Body) executive board at Evergreen Middle School exists to help ensure all student at Evergreen have the opportunity to take part in activities outside of academics that are culturally, athletically, and recreationally enriching and student-centered.

Student Government and Leadership (ASB)

Grades: 6-8

Coordinator: Trish Miller

When: Mondays, 2:05-2:30 pm

Where: Room 141

Description: The Associated Student Body (ASB) is the governing body of Evergreen Middle School. Its purpose is to propose, discuss and vote on legislation for the good of the student body and school. A president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and historian and public relations officer are elected in the spring for the following school year and 6th grade representatives are selected each spring from each of our feeder elementary schools. These students, along with the representatives from each class, form the student council.

How to join: Run for office in the spring. An announcement will be made. The requirements to run for student body office are as follows: 3.0 grade point average, petition, teacher approval and parent approval.

ASB OFFICERS 2016-2017

President: Treasurer: Vice President: Historian: Secretary: Public Relations: Members at Large:
These students are actively involved in planning and executing the assemblies, dances, charity drives, fundraisers, and lunch activities at Evergreen. They, along with the students in the leadership class, also help support school culture activities to help make sure Evergreen is a fun, safe, exciting place for students to learn.

Student Council

Grades: 6-8

Coordinator: Trish Miller

When: Once a month, during Homeroom

Where : 141

Description: The student council is made up of homeroom representatives who serve as liaisons between the ASB Executive Board and the student body at large. Student Council meetings are held during homeroom, once a month, and are run by the executive board. In meetings, students will have the opportunity to discuss school-wide issues and initiatives, vote on important matters, and communicate information back to their homeroom class.

How to join: Representatives and alternates are elected in their homeroom class each semester. Students must be members of ASB and maintain a 2.0 GPA in order to run.