Shorecrest High School
Associated Student Body (ASB)
Student Council Agendas & Minutes for 2017-18 are here: Student Council Google Drive
Winter Wishes Wish Slip (must be logged into Google with Shoreline k12 account to open / open until Nov. 22): Digital Winter Wish Slip
Food Drive Documents (instructions for shift / shift sign up schedule / overall instructions). Food Drive is Nov 25-Dec 7 in HH classes. Target items: Mac & Cheese and Flour. Help needed to sort food after school Dec 7 & to move food to Kellogg after school Dec 8 - community service hours available. See Mrs. Phillips for details. Food Drive 2017 Documents
Veterans' Recognition Slideshow: Shorecrest Veterans' Recognition Slideshow 2017
Shorecrest Spirit Gear and Clothing is sold by the Shorecrest Boosters and at Ms. Denney's window during school hours.
ASB goal for 2017-18: Each and every day, act with alove to all people in our Shorecrest community.STUDENT GOVERNMENT
Student government is an essential part of Shorecrest High School. Student concerns are voiced through elected ASB officers, class senators, homeroom representatives, and forums. Anyone wanting to run for an ASB office or senator must first declare candidacy to the Activity Coordinator and receive the rules and guidelines (this happens in February and March). Other positions are by application: Justices (who run our elections and class competitions), Site Council Representatives (serve as ASB reps. on the Site Council), ASB Tech Coordinators, and School Board Representative are also important members of ASB and have special roles in fostering student government and democratic participation.
ASB Core and ASB Senators (except freshmen senators) are required to enroll in Advanced Leadership class while in office. Homeroom representatives are selected through Highlander Homerooms in mid-September. Students can also get involved in student government by joining school wide committees. Intro to Leadership is a semester class that is open to all students and all students are welcome and encouraged to enroll! Students in Intro to Leadership and Advanced Leadership are responsible for the events and activites of our school that set a positive and inclusive school climate. Contact an ASB officer or Mrs. Phillips for other ways to get involved with Student Government.
President: Luke Busby
Vice President: Annika Simpson
Secretary: Yemisi Bolonduro
Treasurer: Cate Villaruz
Advisor: Johanna Phillips
There are four senators that represent each grade. All four of them work together to prepare for Homecoming, prom, and class fundraisers. Senators are elected by their grade through a majority vote, each term lasts a school year.Senior Senators:Class of 2018Shelby GreschHailee DesrosierAsher MariaEddie PeapodyAdvisors:Jerica Reyes-Jech &Brett Vlahovich
Junior Senators:Class of 2019Daniel NzangaJane HailemariamAbbi CurrahTorin CoffeeAdvisors:Veronica Cook &Steve Hirsch
Sophomores Senators:Class of 2020Satchel McKeeNicole NagamatsuEsther ZiliakMehlat Seleshi
Advisors:Lacy Clark &Josh Whitling
Freshmen Senators:Class of 2021Isaac SmithGabe NelsonAbby CrumMargot NicholsAdvisors:Flannery Spinhirne &Claire Hinman
Each class is represented by 2 justices that oversee elections and uphold the SC Constitution. Justices are appointed their freshmen year and serve a 4-year term. Students interested in serving as a class justice should see the Activity Coordinator in the fall of their freshmen year. In the 2017-2018 schoolyear, applications are available during the fall, a mandatory informational meeting will happen in M139. If you have questions about this position, contact Mrs. Phillips or any of the justices.Chief Justices:Izzy DavisRonna Iverson
Junior Justices:Calvin AckerLauren Block
Sophomore Justices:Dahlia McAllister
School Board Representative
Every spring a student is selected from Shorecrest and Shorewood High School to represent students on the Shoreline District Board of Directors. Students must be enrolled in at least four classes, be a senior the year they will serve, and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA. Students serve a one-year term and share the responsibilities with Shorewood trading off by semester. Students who are interested in applying should contact the Activity Coordinator or current representative in the spring prior to their senior year.
The School Board Representative is always seeking student input as to concerns and comments about issues that fall under School Board jurisdiction especially: technology, budget, classroom size, Board policies, etc.School Board Student Representative:
ASB Technology Coordinator
The Technology Coordinator does all things related to technology for ASB. They join ASB through an interview process and have a two year term.
Site Council ASB Representatives
Shorecrest ASB has eight student representatives (two per grade) to represent students on the Shorecrest Site Council. Students must be enrolled in at least four classes and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA. Students serve a two-year term and attend monthly meetings and gather/report student input and feedback. Students serve a two-year term either freshmen/sophomore years or junior/senior years.Site Council Representatives:Reno WilliamsSaron HailemariamHana BezabehXavier LjubicichCoco HartEmory Hoelscher-Hull(Guest Starring Christopher King)Advisor:
Shorecrest High School Activity Office
ACTIVITY (ASB) CARDS
General costs of operating the school are met by district funds, but student activity expenses are paid by the student body. The expenses for the student body include awards, assemblies, conferences, dances, printing charges, band uniforms, student activities, drama productions, band and orchestras, debate, vocal ensembles, newspaper, yearbook, and athletic equipment for all sports and intramurals. One of the major means of fundraising is the sale of activity cards. The ASB card:
1. Admits you free to all home, regular season games/athletic events.
2. Admits you at reduced price to Shorecrest athletic events held at Shoreline Stadium and to all WESCO League high school athletic events;
3. Admits you at a reduced rate to all dances;
4. Admits you at a reduced rate to most other school activities where a fee is charged.
All students participating in ASB clubs, athletics, or activities must buy an ASB card. Financial assistance is available in exchange for service hours to the school. ASB cards are $40.00 and can be purchased at Denney's window in the Commons.
Returning students should keep their ASB/ID card to use in the first few weeks of the next school year. New ASB/ID cards are issued in the first three weeks of school.
If you lose your ASB card, see Mrs. Phillips. For those of you who did not get an ASB card because you did not have your picture taken on picture day, see Mrs. Phillips. ASB cards will be made every Thursday at lunch in the Activities Office.
All ASB organizations, including classes, clubs, sports teams, ASB itself, and PTSA, may choose do fundraising to assist students in a wide-variety of activities and opportunities.
To hold a fundraiser you must first fill out and submit a fundraising request form found under the documents page of this website.
Please contact the Activity Coordinator for further information on fundraising in general. Fundraisers are listed on the class, club, or activity website that is sponsoring them.
ACTIVITIES, CLUBS, & ORGANIZATIONS
Shorecrest offers a wide variety of activities under the direction of the Activity Coordinator (206) 393-4302. Financial assistance is available to help with activity and athletic fees. Please talk to a counselor for information and assistance.
Needs expressed by students which are prohibited by state law and/or school board policy may meet conditionally according to the equal access provision.
15343 25th Ave N.E.
Shoreline, WA 98155
Activity Coordinator: Johanna Phillips
Main Office Phone: 206-393-4286