ASB General Information
Welcome to the Mariposa County High School Associated Student Body webpage! Use the sidebars to learn more about upcoming events, class business, and current spirit point and rally standings. Also, uplinks to important forms can be found on the bottom of this page.
2013-2014 Mission Statement
We, the Associated Student Body of MCHS, strive to demonstrate Grizzly Pride by representing the voice of our students. As leaders on and off campus, it is our duty to interact with the student body and create a positive and unified atmosphere!
What We Do
ASB plans rallies, dances, fundraisers, and other events to benefit and enrich the students of MCHS. We do everything in our power to make our campus a more vibrant place. We hold executive ASB council meetings to brainstorm and execute projects with our ASB officer team. In addition, once a month we hold Congress Meetings which are open to all students of MCHS who have advice and ideas about how to make their school a better place.
Interested in getting involved?
Become a congress representative, or run for general or class office at the end of the year.
ASB President: Oversees the rest of the associated student body. Runs Meetings, plans HERO week, and attends Rotary Meetings and Board Meetings to give reports on behalf of the school.
ASB Vice President: A backup to fill in for the ASB President when he/she is absent. Is in charge of elections, plans teacher appreciation week, and attends boosters meetings.
ASB Treasure: Counts cash boxes, organizes and reports financial documents, and approves financial documents.
ASB Secretary: Records minutes from executive council and congress meetings and puts them into the school records.
Special Events Coordinator: Plans Homecoming and Senior Citizen Prom.
Publicity Officer: In charge of creation and distribution of ASB sports programs, advertises athletics, updates and organizes the ASB website.
Public Relations Officer: Creates ASB scrapbook, takes pictures of all events, coordinates posters and promotions, and records spirit points.
Activities Coordinator: Plans rallies and assists ASB officers in planning events and activities.
Athletic Commissioner: Assist the Athletic Directors in organizing sporting events, plans Powder Puff, and plans Volley Puff.
Technology Commissioner: Oversee all technology related events, in charge of ASB music database, sets up DJ station for dances, and keeps inventory of all technology equipment.
Senior Class President: Reports to class advisers, oversees all class related events and plans, and reports class affairs to ASB.
Junior Class President: Reports to class advisers, oversees all class related events and plans, and reports class affairs to ASB. In addition to class duties they serve as chair of the Prom Committee.
Sophomore Class President: Reports to class advisers, oversees all class related events and plans, and reports class affairs to ASB.
**For these positions you must attend a leadership retreat, take ASB as a class, and participate in various tasks alongside your fellow student body.
ASB cards are a great way to save money. Buying an ASB card at the beginning of the year can save you over $134. Cards can be purchased during freshmen orientation, parent night, and through ASB through the entire year. Get discounts on dance tickets, free admission to non-section sporting event, and other discounts around campus.
MAKE THE SMART CHOICE AND GET YOUR ASB CARD TODAY!
“Party at Gatsby’s” Homecoming took place on October 18th
12:00AM. Tickets were sold for $9 without an ASB Card and for $7 with an ASB Card. The colors for Fall
Homecoming were red, black and gold. The Middle School sites had their dance in our location from
“It’s a Wonderful Life” Homecoming took place on February 1st
11:50PM. Tickets were sold for $9 without an ASB Card and for $7 with an ASB Card. The colors for
Winter Homecoming were black, white and blue. The Middle School sites had their dance in our location
This year’s Prom Faire was held on March 22. There were many dresses for the girls of MCHS to
choose from, when they pick a dress, they pay ten dollars to have the dress dry cleaned and delivered to
them before prom. There were also hair and makeup tutorials from local businesses.
The “Partners in Crime” Sadie Hawkins dance took place on April 12th
the MCHS Gym. Tickets were sold for $5 with an ASB card and $7 without and ASB Card.
This year’s Junior/Senior Prom is going to be held at the Teneya Lodge on May 10th
11:30PM. Dinner is being served at 7:00PM. Cindy Fiester will be available to take photos of prom
attendees. The theme of prom is “A Night Among the Royals” and the colors are red, black, blue and
Ticket Purchase Requirements:
To be able to purchase a dance ticket, one must have all of their fines cleared and all detentions
*There is an attached file on this page for Guest Passes, or they are available from Mrs. Ramsey
in the Vice Principals office.
Middle School Dance Information:
In recent years, we have been having the Middle School sites have a dance in our dance sites
approximately three hours before our High School’s dance. There is a half-hour block in between the
Middle School and High School dances for clean-up. Mr. Keeton is the contact for talking to the Middle
Attached file: 2014_05_01_15_16_31.pdf
Here you can find the forms required to operate a club, have a fundraiser, bring a guest to a dance and more. Use these papers to make the changes you want to see in your school.
NEW CLUB CONSTITUTION:Thinking of starting a new club? Complete this packet, find an advisor, and get approval from both the principal and ASB and you’re on your way!
FUNDRAISER REQUEST: If you club is planning on taking in any money, you must fill out this form. Before you can collect any funds, this form must be approved by the principal, ASB, and the activities director so don't delay!
PURCHASE ORDER: Before your organization buys anything, make sure that you'd filled this paper out! Also, make sure that the expenditure is listed on your budget!
DANCE GUEST FORM: If you want to bring a guest to a dance who is not a student of MCHS, you must have this form completed and approved in the Assistant principal's office before you purchase their ticket.Guest pass.pdf
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM:Scholarship App.pdf
WHITE CARD FOR SPORTS: this form must be filled out for all sports White Sports Card.pdf
SPORTS INFO AND FORMS: The information and forms on this link must be read and filled out for all sports Sports Info.pdf
WORK INFORMATION: Work info.pdf
WORK PERMIT FORM: Work Permit.pdf
LOCKER APPLICATION FORM: Locker app.pdf
PARKING PERMIT APPLICATION: Parking permits.pdf
REQUEST FOR TRANSCRIPTS: Transcripts.pdf
Rallies are school wide events that inspire unity and Grizzly Pride. Usually prior to dances, the rallies are informative about times and events as well as fun. Games are always played with participants from sports, clubs, Homecoming Court, faculty, and the student body. Dances are often performed by members of the Dance Club. Rallies are the perfect place for friendly class rivalries as well as all of us coming together as Mariposa Grizzlies.
New Student Orientation-August 19
Class Color Rally- October 11
Fall Homecoming Rally- October 18
Winter Homecoming Rally- February 1
Yearbook Rally- June 4