The Associated Student Body (ASB) is an active and vital element of the school program and serves as a voice for all our students at Sierra View Junior Academy. The ASB works to encourage character development, values and a sense of respect and responsibility.
The Associated Student Body leadership team consists of class representatives from grades seven through ten. The offices, depending upon enrollment and eligibility, are President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Religious Vice President and Social Vice President. Student elections take place in September and January following campaigning and public addresses by the candidates.
Under the supervision of the ASB sponsor, the ASB meets regularly to discuss issues pertaining to the needs of students, the school, the community and possibilities for fundraising projects. The council also plans “Spirit Week,” Vespers and Banquets with the approval of the administration. The whole school loves these events as the ASB leads the student body in creative ideas for a fun time. ASB officers are our campus leaders. They often help with special assemblies, our Open House for prospective students and parents, and fundraisers and events.
The ASB officers are expected to serve as role models for the student body. All, especially our youngest students, both behaviorally and academically observes their conduct. It is with this in mind that all officers must be in good standing to run for election and to hold office.