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Class Advisors

Class of 2018

Shavaun Woodard

 

Class of 2019

Faye Floyd and Denny Augustin

 

Class of 2020

Angela Lopez 

 

Class of 2021

Jillian Hall

 

 

Associate Student Body and Student Council

ASB About Us and Contacts

At Grant Union High School our Student Government (ASB) is an active and positive group of young people who truly seek to make a difference and enrich the lives of their fellow Pacers.  These students plan and execute an array of campus activities to encourge Pacers to get connected.  They also oversee the student finances on campus and work hard daily to continue the Proud Pacer Legacy.

 

Activities Director: Maria Nuno

ASB Bookeeper: Shavaun Woodard

Officers 2018-19

 

Associated Student Body  

ASB President: Nate T James

ASB VP: Chrystal A Gonzalez

ASB Secretary: Aaliyah R Alexander

ASB Treasurer: Layla Jones

ASB Activities Director: DeVanne D Williams

ASB Historian: Open

ASB Commissioner of Athletics & Clubs: Joseph Weatherspoon

ASB Commissioner of Media: Elijah D Brumfield 

 

Class of 2019

President: Carmen Ayon

VP: Yohana E Aguilar

Secretary: Open

Treasurer: Open

Representative: Open

 

Class of 2020

President: Open 

VP: Open

Secretary:Open

Treasurer: Open

Representative:Open

 

Class of 2021

President: Katia Hernandez

VP: Open

Secretary: Open

Treasurer: Open

Representative: Open

 

Class of 2022

President: Open

VP: Open

Secretary: Open

Treasurer: Open

Representative: Open

ASB Forms

 

*Pre Approvals must be submitted to ASB for approval prior to any purchases, payments, or reimbursement. They can be found in the Cable Studio with Ms. Shavaun or in E-2 with Mrs. Nuno.

Fundraising Petition-Revenue Report:

If you would like to hold an event or fundraise money, you will need to fill out this petition prior to making any arrangements

Event Checklist

 If you are having your event on school campus, you must submit this document for ASB approval with your Fundraising Petition. You do must NOT get any signature until ASB has approved your event.

Fundraising Tally Sheet 

When fundraising, you must keep a tally of each individual item and its price, along with the tally of how many of each item you sold. You must submit this document along with your deposit.

 Donation Form:

If you are receiving a donation of any sort for your team, club, academy or class, you must submit a donation form for pre-approval from ASB.

W-9 and Service Agreement 

A W-9 must be submitted once every year for all vendors.  If the vendor is providing a service and will be present at your event, you must submit a service agreement, W-9, and a quote along with your *PreApproval to ASB for approval.

 Start a club/change club name form:

 

 

FYI

The following documents will help you understand the rules and laws that an Organized ASB and the sports, classes, clubs under their jurisdiction must follow.

2015 FCMAT:

  The manual that covers policy and procedure that must be followed in the Administration of ASB and the Academies, Classes, Clubs and Sports that are under their jurisdiction.

 Principal's Guide to Food Laws (TRUSD):

This document breaks down the new food laws and their restrictions when it comes to fundraising before, during and after school.

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