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What is ASB?
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Associated Student Body – Also referred to as "ASB" or "Leadership" is an elective class at Lone Hill. ASB is made up of a group of dedicated students (made up of all grades) who strive to better Lone Hill Middle School. This student organization was established to govern finances, organize activities, and represent the students of Lone Hill Middle School. These activities include, but are not limited to; school dances, fundraisers, assemblies, campus spirit, lunchtime activities, spirit/dress-up days, and communication of events.

What does ASB do?
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Host school events:
Most of Lone Hill Middle School's dances, rallies, and school activities are organized by ASB. The purpose of these events is to unify the school, raise school spirit, and provide a break from academics.
ASB comes up with unique, creative, and innovative ways of publicizing. ASB makes mass production of bright informational posters, regarding new events and provides you with your morning announcements. We also use social media to help spread the word about different events.

ASB is able to put on all of these events through fundraising.
Hold Meetings:
ASB holds meetings to discuss and vote on various issues by communicating and contributing ideas. During meetings, ASB makes business decisions like approving expenditures to ensure no conflicts arise in upcoming activities.

2023-2024 ASB Cabinet and Officers
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How to join ASB
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ASB selections are made in the spring of the year prior to the year of service. Acceptance into ASB depends on applications, interviews, and teacher feedback. 
Additional Information will be provided at the end of the school year.