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Associated Student Body
The leadership class (Associated Student Body) is comprised of elected or appointed seventh and eighth grade students. This class meets daily (the student’s yearlong elective choice) with a teacher advisor. Leadership class members assist the administration and teachers in carrying out special projects and improving the school climate.
In addition to the leadership class, there is also a student council. The student council consists of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students elected by their sixth period classmates each trimester. Members of the student council attend meetings during lunch on alternate Tuesdays, inform their classmates about agenda items, and seek the suggestions and assistance of the student body in planning activities. Students elected to serve in student council and leadership are expected to attend weekend and after school activities as necessary.
Contact Mrs. Ro Schreiner, ASB Advisor, for any questions related to the ASB.
ASB Updates from Max Rosenberg, Corresponding Secretary:
November has been a very successful month for MBMS Ambassadors Service Club. With the support of all of our students and staff, we collected ninety-four overly stuffed bags of non-perishable food for Project Needs, St. Paul's Methodist Church in Redondo Beach. In order to help out with the disaster in the Philippines, students formed a committee to support the people in need. Becker’s cookies were sold on Friday, the 15th, and the money was forwarded to Doctors Without Borders. We want to thank Becker’s for supporting us in this fundraiser. During November we were also busy collecting school supplies to help support a school in Nicaragua. Our President, Jack McMillan, and our Girl's Rep, Sadie McMillan, with their parents, took the supplies to the Nicaragua.
November 15th was College Day and many students wore clothes from their favorite college or one that they wish to attend. On November 22nd we had an ice skating party at the Toyota Arena. The first two weeks of December our school has planned to adopt seven families through the annual Richstone Adopt a Family Program. We are all looking forward to participating in this program, and we thank you for your support.
Examples of past special events in which ASB coordinated or assisted:
Patriot Day New Kids Party Green and Gold Day Spirit Week Red Ribbon Week
Blood Drive MBEF Pledge Day and Rally Friendship Circle Access Book Drive
Earth Day Activities Drama Productions Choral Programs Orchestra Programs
Band Programs Musical Theater Productions Dress Up Days Comedy Night
6th Grade Celebrations Dances Lunch Tournaments After School Sports
8th Grade T-Shirts Scholar Quiz Renaissance Faire Science School
Knott’s Science Trip Friendship Pier to Pier Walk Adopt a Family Program
Richstone Pier to Pier Walk Family Night Out for Richstone Help for Haiti Japan Relief
Relay for Life Trick or Treat for Unicef Project Needs Canned Food Drive Care Grams
Three Cups of Tea Cystic Fibrosis Officer Vasquez’ Garden of Hope
Ambassadors Carnival Wave Fest Students of the Month Citizen of the Year
Honor Roll Breakfast Solo Vocal Festival Rotary Solo Competition Reflections Art Contest
Neptunian Art Contest NASA Competition National Math Competition