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Minutes - ASB Evening Council 2/17/16

WHITTIER ADULT SCHOOL

ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY

EVENING COUNCIL

MINUTES

February 17, 2016

The meeting was called to order at 7:12 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 December 8, 2015, Evening Council meeting were approved as written.

Program Update
  • Winter Term : November 9, 2015-February 26, 2016
  • Spring Term: February 29-June 3, 2016
  • Spring Break: March 21-25, 2016
  • Floating Day: March 28, 2016
 
Financial Report

The balance as of February 17, 2016 was $1848. 01

Report from Daytime ASB Council

The minutes from the December 9, 2015, 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.

New Business

Director Debbie Roberts spoke at the Council meeting and informed students that the Adult School is restoring hours to the ABE and ESL programs. She also stated that the Summer School schedule is still tentative but that there will be summer school for four to five weeks and hopefully evening classes will be restored.

Mrs. Roberts also reviewed with the Council the ASB guidelines regarding the eligibility of students to attend a meeting. It is ultimately up to teacher discretion on whether a student is in “good standing” and can attend an ASB meeting.

Mrs. Roberts informed student that the spring Photo ID dates have not been set, but that she will try to set-up dates for a session in March.

Old Business

Mrs. Roberts discussed the “Day of the Teacher” event with the Council. No longer will ASB be offering lunch and dinner and gifts to staff as a way of honoring them. Mrs. Roberts and the Council discussed less expensive ways to honor the teacher; for example, the students could write poems or make cards for staff. Mrs. Roberts may find another source of funding to provide staff with a meal but she is not sure of exactly how that will be done. She suggested the Council participating in this event by serving the food and playing the role as hosts.

The council voted unanimously in favor of sponsoring a Presbyterian Blood Drive.

Student Concerns

There were no student concerns at this time.

Adjournment

The meeting was adjourned.

Respectfully submitted by Audrey McKenna, ASB Council Coordinator & CTE Teacher