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2023 - 2024 ASB and Class Officers

ASB Officers
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ASB Secretary Katie Denissen, ASB President Walker Craven, ASB Vice-President Audrey Higgins, ASB Treasurer Nikita Norton

Senior Class Officers
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Secretary Ben Redd, President JD Black, Vice President Mylee Kuhn

Junior Class Officers
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Secretary Lauren Lancaster, President Payton Ecklund, Vice President Keani Neuhs

Sophomore Class Officers
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Secretary Kate Nicholson, President Evann Moore, Vice President Lexi Denzel


Q:  How are officers chosen?

A:  Class officers are elected by their prospective classes.   ASB officers are voted on by the entire school.

Q:  What are the qualifications to run for office?

A:  According to the THS ASB Constitution, candidates must meet the following academic qualifications "... possessing no Us, Ds or Fs on his/her most current school report card and a GPA of at least 2.5."  Additionally there is paperwork that must be filled out completely and accurately and be turned in by an assigned deadline.

There is traditionally an interest meeting that is held in March or April for those students who are interested in being part of the ASB class.

Q:  What is the role of ASB and Class Officers?

A:  ASB and Class officers are given the responsibility of leading their classes.  This includes overseeing activities and events related to their groups of students as well as meeting the needs and taking care of their concerns.

Q:  How can I find out more about how the school government works?

A:  Like other governments, the THS ASB is governed by a constitution and by laws, sets of rules and regulations that direct them on how business, elections, meetings and other activities are supposed to be run.  Here are links to our ASB Constitution and our THS ASB Bylaws.

Email Contacts

ASB Officer Emails

Class President Emails