An ASB shall be formed in each school whenever one or more students in that school engage in money-raising activities with the approval and under the supervision of the district. An ASB shall be a formal organization of students, and must submit a constitution and bylaws to the district's Board of Directors for approval.
The following is a sample mission statement taken from the Northshore ASB Manual:
Unify all student organizations under one general contract
Improve communications and further better working relationships between the students, faculty and administration for the school
Develop an understanding and appreciation of the democratic process
Develop in all students a growing understanding of membership in a democracy in the school
Promote, in all ways, the best interests of the school
Encourage student involvement and enthusiasm in all school activities
Information for establishing an ASB and conducting fundraisers can be found in the ASB Manual on the ASB Forms page of this website.