My Participation in the ASB to Raise School Spirit at Homecoming

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Magenta, turquoise, and auburn glimmered in the ceiling of the refurbished gymnasium as hundreds of students engulfed the area for the Homecoming dance.
For the preceding months, I had spent numerous hours quarreling with members of the ASB Executive Council, trying to formulate a plan to diminish the apathy that pervaded our school. The student morale was at an all time low, and the administration had lost confidence in the ability of ASB to successfully conduct school events.? As ASB President, I knew that the week of
Homecoming needed to be the pivotal experience that would electrify and regenerate the declining spirit of Fallbrook High School.

Since my first Pep rally experience as a freshman, I knew I wanted to participate in
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Magenta, turquoise, and auburn glimmered in the ceiling of the refurbished gymnasium as hundreds of students engulfed the area for the Homecoming dance.
For the preceding months, I had spent numerous hours quarreling with members of the ASB Executive Council, trying to formulate a plan to diminish the apathy that pervaded our school. The student morale was at an all time low, and the administration had lost confidence in the ability of ASB to successfully conduct school events.? As ASB President, I knew that the week of
Homecoming needed to be the pivotal experience that would electrify and regenerate the declining spirit of Fallbrook High School.

Since my first Pep rally experience as a freshman, I knew I wanted to participate in ASB and elevate it to the the potential that it could achieve.
Being elected President of the student body now allowed me to accomplish my aspirations and goals for the school. Fulfilling these endeavors began in June when I attended CADA leadership camp and learned various techniques of student leadership that would facilitate these aspiration. I had to create a united front with the administration, ASB Director and the ASB Executive Council. We had meetings and spent copious hours planning Homecoming. Overcoming complacency in my executive council was one challenge I faced as I created problem solving dialogues with the members. Finally a viable plan was constructed, only to have our superintendent "shut it down" with homecoming just two