How to Get Involved in Student Leadership

Are you interested in joining ASB leadership for the 2021-2022 school year?

Do you enjoy serving the school and reaching out to other people? We are looking for students who have a heart for service and a passion for WHS to apply to ASB (Associated Student Body). Information about positions, qualifications, and applications/elections s now available exclusively in a Canvas course, and the link to enroll is: https://iusd.instructure.com/enroll/9FH9K4 (and will be sent out on the Warrior Tribe Canvas page). Applications for elected positions will open up on Monday, February 8th 

Please email WHS Activities Director LaurenPrudhomme@iusd.org with any questions.

ASB

Woodbridge ASB students (28 in total, ranging from 9th-12th grade) plan events to unify the school (such as Homecoming, pep rallies, dances), promote spirit across the campus (athletics, arts, academics), spread awareness of important issues (community service efforts, student wellbeing), and gain leadership experience while doing all of these things. ASB is a huge commitment that involves many hours after school and on weekends. ASB members also have to be enrolled in the Leadership class, so this commitment would also take up one of your class periods in your 8-period schedule. ASB members must reapply each year and/or run for election. Make sure you check out the job descriptions and sample schedule available at the Activities and ASB link below. Some ASB positions have prerequisites. Some positions are elected (voted on by the school), and others are appointed (decided on by a committee through applications and interviews).

Class Council

Each class has a class council of 20 students and a teacher advisor, who represent their class. They are led by the Class President and the Class Vice-President. There are 18 Class Council members in addition to the two officers. Class council activities depend on each grade and include (but aren't limited to) fundraising, planning homecoming skits, planning prom, decorating pep rallies, dancing in the spring pep rally, and organizing grade t-shirt sales. Class council involves lunchtime meetings and some after school commitments, not a class period, so it’s a good way to get involved if you’re not ready yet to commit fully to ASB. Class council members must reapply each year and/or run for election. For current 9th-11th graders: Class President and Class Vice-President will be elected with ASB Elections. Eight Class Council Members will be elected through Class Council Elections. Ten more Class Council Members will be appointed in interviews by the Class Officers, Class Advisor, and Elected Class Council members. This process starts in February with ASB elections and finishes by the time school gets out. For current 8th graders: Class President, Class Vice-President, and Class Council Members are determined through interviews. 

Orientation leaders

In April/May, we recruit outstanding sophomores and juniors to become Orientation Leaders. These students will welcoming incoming freshmen and new students to Woodbridge over the summer. More information will be available in April/May.