What does ASB do?
- Approve finances: approve purchase orders & field trip requests from clubs, activities & athletics; manage & allocate funds of all student organizations at the school.
- Charter & regulate clubs (Learn more about clubs here): write club Constitutions; learn state & administration’s requirements for clubs to be formalized; allow students to start new clubs; enforce club policies throughout the school year; approve spending & allocate funding to clubs
- Plan assemblies: brainstorm & implement student engagement ideas; write assembly scripts; MC at all assemblies; reach out to students, administration, special guests, and clubs to speak & perform
- Plan Homecoming: facilitate class competitions, decide on yearly theme, organize the Homecoming Dance
- Promote school spirit: greet students at the front door; hand out & sell spirit gear; organize spirit weeks; feature spirited students on social media; run class office elections to lead their class’ spirit initiatives
- Foster an inclusive community: run an ASB Instagram page (@asbinterlake); discuss accessibility, diversity & inclusion with administration
What can you do to support ASB?
- Purchase an ASB card (Touchbase or Mrs. Tate)
- Participate on spirit days
- Attend ASB-sponsored events/fundraisers
- Run for class office or ASB in the spring
- Email us at email@example.com or DM us at @asbinterlake on Instagram, and we’ll definitely be able to use your help!
- Attend any our public meetings
- Visit (link to donation page) to make a donation! Under “School,” select “Interlake High School,” and under “I want to donate to,” select “Donation – ASB All Programs.” Then enter the desired donation amount and proceed to payment.
- All Interlake clubs are founded and run by students year-round.
- Each club requires a minimum of 10 members, a teacher advisor, and a clear purpose that enriches student life at Interlake.
- Clubs require the following paperwork every year: club charter, constitution, budget, & roster.
- Clubs support our students’ diversity! They can range from community service (National Honors Society) to competition (DECA) to school spirit (Fleurs).
Why join or start a club?
- Learn a new skill
- Discover your career interests
- Share your passion with other students
- Join a tight-knit community of friends
- Practice leadership skills