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Page 102 text:
The main goal for the Associ
ated Student Body Officers was
to increase school spirit within
the staff and students This was
brought about in many differ
students and class advisors
went to a retreat The whole
leadership class went to Citrus
College and listened t a
speaker, lohn Aulstln speak on
topics such as togetherness and
motivating school spirit Pam
Stephenson said He was fun
ny and explained how one per
son can make a difference
The next thing A.S.B. did was
to establish a school color day.
they picked Friday as the desig-
nated day to wear the school
colors, blue and gold. Vice
President Saba Khan stated,
Blue and gold were worn by
every staff and student member
Another thing done to im-
prove school spirit was to en-
courage clubs on campus to get
a booth during Spirit Week.
This meant selling things such
as candy or food to students
A.S.B.'s efforts paid off by
December: Students and staff
were more involved with the
school. -by Michelle Holman.
Spirit Brought In
To begin with, leadership
. t I LJ
At times the A.S.B. officers were faced with student questions and problems concernin
the campus activities. Tami Mitchell, Pam Stepenson, and Saba Khan answered questior
about the closed campus.
As another meeting comes to
a close, Tami Mitchell hur-
riedly takes down the min-
utes. Sending a typed copy to
each teacher was required
after each meeting. Photos by
Page 101 text:
rp Units is one of the few organizations that has a class
sriod. Michelle Profit cheers her heart out at a basketball
mc. Photo by lamie Montoya.
re science club participated in various activities including a
p to the L.A.P.D. Crime Lab. A representative from the lab
plains the causes and effects of drug use as Marylee Micha-
4 listens attentively. Photo by Pat Foy.
I iW"gx U
Students' League is an organization open to all students on campus. Debbie Lindsey and
Wendy Hoagland make flower arrangements for the Winter Formal. Photo by leff Chase.
ORGANIZATIONS DIVISION 97
Page 103 text:
Gathering people for Inter-Club Council meetings was
sometimes a tough job. Saba Khan puts the notice of a
mandatory meeting into the bulletin. Photo by lim Collins.
The A.S.B. officers worked with each other, as well as individ-
ually. The A.S.B. officers were Secretary Tami Mitchell, Presi-
dent Pam Stephenson and Vice President Saba Khan. Photo by
i we lr.. if
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t if 'Q-ii'
l 4 F
, ' I Getting a booth for Spirit Week was some-
5, thing Pam encouraged every club on Cam-
pus to do. Tami and Pam Check the list ot
clubs that got one. Photo by lim Collins.
,fX.S.B. OFFICKRS '99
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