WHITTIER ADULT SCHOOL
ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY
April 12, 2016
The meeting was called to order at 7:17 PM by Mrs. McKenna.
Mrs. McKenna welcomed everyone to the meeting.
The Council was encouraged to inform their fellow classmates on topics discussed at ASB meetings.
The minutes of the March 15, 2016, Evening Council meeting were approved as written.
- Spring Term: February 29-June 3, 2016
- Spring Break: March 21-25, 2016
- Float Day: March 28, 2016
- Float Days: April 22 & 25, 2016
- Memorial Day: May 30, 2016
The balance as of April 12, 2016 was $1,793.44
Report from Daytime ASB Council
The minutes from the March 15, 2016, Daytime ASB Council were distributed. Mrs. McKenna explained that the minutes from each council meeting are given to the other council, so that they each know what is being discussed at each other’s meetings.
Mrs. McKenna addressed the Council regarding “Day of the Teacher.” This year, the ASB Council is not going to fund a lunch/dinner celebration nor the purchasing of gifts for the teachers. Instead, the ASB Council will make cards or write poems for the teachers and perhaps buy each a flower. If Mrs. Roberts finds the funds in another budget and decides to provide a meal for the teachers, members of the ASB Council may act as hosts.
Mrs. Roberts has not set the dates for the Photo IDs. She is hoping to schedule them in the month of April.
The Council unanimously voted in favor of hosting a Presbyterian Blood Drive. The Daytime Council also voted unanimously in favor of the blood drive also.
The Council discussed possible purchases for the school. Mrs. McKenna shared with the Evening Council the ideas the Daytime Council suggested. The Daytime Council recommended sign be put up around the school naming each department. They also mentioned replacing the stolen Slim Jim + Charger. We also walked over and looked at the mural in Frontier High School. The Daytime Council would like to have one for the Adult School. The Daytime Council would like to purchase umbrellas for the lunch area. A member also brought up the idea of buying shades to surround the Snack Shack area, so the students could eat lunch in the shade without bees.
The Evening Council liked all of the Daytime suggestions.
Mrs. McKenna informed both Daytime and Evening ASB Council members that any idea that will be voted upon must include the pricing. The Council cannot vote on any item without knowing the cost.
One member wanted to know if there had been any further decisions regarding the problem with the Mulberry entrance. Mrs. McKenna said she will bring this up with Mrs. Roberts.
The meeting was adjourned.
Respectfully submitted by Audrey McKenna, ASB Council Coordinator & CTE Teacher