What is ASB?
California law allows students in public schools to raise money and make decisions about how they will spend this money. These organizations are called Associated Student Body or ASB.
The Fallon ASB presents students with the opportunity to
plan projects and activities
raise and spend money
acquire leadership skills
make a contribution to their school and fellow students
improve their own educational experience
How can I get involved?
ASB STUDENT COUNCIL
- Run for office! Each Spring, students may apply to be part of the Fallon Student Council for the following academic year. The Fallon Student Council works with administration to plan all-school events, determine how ASB monies are used, and address issues important to the student body. Applications, interviews, campaining and voting give students great insight into the role of public office and serving a community. Find out more on the Student Council page.
ASB STUDENT CLUBS
- Any student can start an ASB Student Club at Fallon! Clubs can be service-based, opportunities to explore a new hobby, or just for fun. Students fill out a three page application (available to download under the Student Clubs tab) and email to Preetha Das in the ASB office. Once approved, clubs may meet according to their chosen schedule. Find out more on the Student Clubs page