IMG_0467Guest Photographer, Sydney Belmont

Directors of events consist of Chris Grossman, student body president, Ashley Garcia, student body vice president, Timothy Nyberg, student body secretary, Joshua Carter, student body treasurer and Sydney Belmont, student body public relations.

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With Night of The Stars (NOTS) coming up, leadership has groups set up for planning and decorating. The groups are setup/decorations, parent viewing, awards/sound, food, tickets/advertising. Each group has a specific job and requirements, if the expectations are not met, the ASB officers will pick up the event.

Director of events consist of Chris Grossman, student body president, Ashley Garcia, student body vice president, Timothy Nyberg, student body secretary, Joshua Carter, student body treasurer and Sydney Belmont, student body public relations.

The Student Body President’s, Chris Grossman, job is to meet with the specific groups and talk about what their jobs are. Each group will have a very detailed progress report alone with an idea of where they what the event to go. Meetings will go on once a week until the event is over.

Ashley Garcia, ’15, will also meet with the groups and leadership advisers, Vickey Belmont and Robert Foshee or Dean of students, Amy Deffenbacher and superintendent, Jeremy Brown for events to be approved. Garcia must gather a list of students involved and schedule whether they will be missing class for their event or not.

The secretary will make and keep a calendar of all events and make sure events are planned and followed. The events will be placed on the calendar in the hallway in Building 6. If facilities are needed, ‘greensheets’ will need to be turned in.

The student body treasurer has to take count of the money the leadership class has. Each group must tell the treasurer what supplies are needed and how much they will cost. The public relations officer advertises the event to the public. If the the public relations officer is not notified, there will be no advertising.

Throughout the year, each event will be handled through the system of ASB. If the group director does not follow through, ASB will pick up where the director left off and pull the event through.

This writer can be reached via Twitter: @sbbelmont98, Email: sbbelmont@gmail.com.

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