High School ASB
The ASB Cabinet, or student government, serves Edgewood High School by voicing and addressing student opinions and needs, upholding the EHS ASB Constitution, overseeing the expenditures of student funds, raising funds through the Student Store, supporting and recognizing campus clubs and organizations, and sponsoring many school-wide programs and events. The primary goals of ASB are to create a memorable experience for all students on campus, to promote Lion unity and spirit, and to grow as student leaders. ASB actively works to ensure that student activities and campus life are alive and well.
There are 55 ASB Cabinet members:
- 4 Executive Board Officers elected by the student body
- 16 Class Officers elected by their respective graduating classes (4 from each class traditionally the President and Vice President. Class Secretary and Treasurer are not members of the ASB Cabinet).
- 33 appointed members selected by the Executive Board.
All ASB Cabinet members are enrolled in the Period 0 Leadership Class. The ASB Cabinet holds formal meetings at least once a week, usually during Period 0 on Wednesdays in the ASB legislative chambers (F-3). Meeting minutes are available upon request. All proposals and other paperwork must be submitted by Tuesday in order for it to be processed in the week’s meeting.
“We, the Associated Student Body, actively represent the opinions of the student body to the fullest extent of our ability. We accept the responsibility to be a service to the students and staff of Edgewood High School. We commit ourselves to promote the ideals of the democratic process, school spirit, and campus unity. We encourage the involvement of students and staff in extracurricular activities; clubs, academic, athletic and artistic recognition; and school-wide traditions. We hold true to the values of servant leadership, integrity and diversity to better represent the student body. We cherish the concerns and questions of the student body and assure the ethical and consistent representation for all students in all forums to the fullest extent.”