ASB stands for Associated Student Body and consists of a group of students that represent the entire student body of Santiago School. ASB is responsible for providing student activities and being the voice of Santiago School students to staff, school district, and community. The main objective of ASB is to make students feel connected to school and each other through involvement in ASB organized activities. ASB members are leaders; they are honest, trustworthy, responsible, reliable, willing to work hard, humble, respect both adults and fellow students, and have school pride.
To find out about ASB’s roles and functions, getting into ASB, or getting involved at Santiago, ask someone who is in ASB or ask Mrs. Collins
Advisor: Mrs. Stephanie Collins