ABOUT US

Vikings, we’re super excited to introduce your Associated Student Body for the 2019-2020 school year! Lynbrook ASB, or Leadership, consists of 7 ASB Officers, 22 commissioners, and 21 class officers working to create a positive impact on campus. ASB officers and commissioners focus on schoolwide projects––together, we make up 6 commissions tackling specific areas we’re passionate about.

 

Class officers plan various class events such as Homecoming, Powerpuff, rallies, proms, and fundraisers. The Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors have 5 officers, and the Seniors have 6. ASB also serves as a liaison for school administration, Legislative Council, FUHSD Inter-District Council (IDC), and parent and community organizations like PTSA and School Site Council (SSC). If you ever want to get involved with these groups, we’re here to help.

 

Collectively, it’s our job to better your high school experience and make sure your voice is heard. As you browse the descriptions below, we hope you gain insight into the structure and specific duties of our team. We recommend you check out the ASB Constitution [bit.ly/1819asbconstitution] to gain a better understanding about our official responsibilities. Have any questions or suggestions? Email lynbrookvikingasb@gmail.com, or talk to any of us in person!

Meet the Team

ASB Officers

ASB Officers

 

The ASB officers oversee all ASB events and the third period leadership class, which consists of the Class Presidents and commissioners. We individually work with 6 commissions on some events and collectively lead classwide projects and campaigns. In addition to our individual roles, we organize Legislative Council and IDC.

ASB President: Stephen Yang

ASB Vice Presidents: Andy Li and Aneesha Nema

ASB Secretary: Michael Zhao

ASB Treasurer: Priyanka Pereira

IDC Representatives: Akhil Aggarwal and Kanav Tirumala

Community Link

Community Link intersects the responsibilities of overseeing organizations on Lynbrook's campus and focuses on greater outreach to the community.. Commissioners are responsible for creating a platform to facilitate communication between the school's student body, administration, as well as groups outside in the community.

Andy Li (Commission lead), Michelle Hui, Larry Peng, Natalie Semersky, Isaac Yoon

Public Relations

The PR Commission promotes school-wide events, increase transparency, and informs the student body through ASB Videos. We also update the ASB website periodically. Public Relations Commissioners provide much needed service to our student body by promoting ASB events and activities including homecoming, dances, spirit weeks, etc. through announcements, posters, flyers, stickers and other creative ways.

Michael Zhao (Commission lead), Katie Chung, Carolyn Li, Michael Ma, Calais Waring, Sydnie Yu

Recognition

Recognition Commissioners help promote a positive and supportive school environment by planning annual events like Kindness Week, Finals Campus Wellness Week, and the Coffeehouse Talent Show. Recognition aims to appreciate all students and teachers for their hard work and dedication through awards like student VIP Vikings and Staff Appreciation Week, and they seek to recognize underrepresented groups and individuals on campus. In addition to celebrating faculty and student accomplishments, this commission runs the Facebook and Instagram page known as Humans of Lynbrook High, featuring interviews from students and staff. They keep their eyes and ears open for achievements in order to publicly recognize them in unique ways.

Priyanka Pereira (Commission lead), Katherine Cui, Vijaya Kukutla, Lindsey Lu, Katherine Wang

Social

Social commissioners are in charge of overseeing, publicizing, and planning events, such as school dances, movie nights, and the fashion show, for students to get together and socialize. We strive to plan the best events that reach out to the entire student body and help our Vikings have a fun and memorable high school experience!

Akhil Aggarwal (Commission lead), Tim Jing, George Lu, Nivea Madhan, Antara Mallick

Spirit

Spirit Commissioners play the biggest role in rallies by organizing the themes, games, script, and presentation of sports teams. During the rallies, they may have the center stage as MCs. They also run several other events throughout the year aiming to increase student participation. During other events, they may introduce activities, classes, speakers, etc. They work closely with Tech in video production and will work to promote student involvement in all activities.

Aneesha Nema (Commission lead), Ria Chaudhary, Justin Dong, Ryan Kawamura

Tech

The Tech commission brings innovative technologies to Lynbrook, documents major school events, and manages all technology present in the promotion and execution of ASB events.

In order to spread awareness of events and promote our school, the Tech Commissioners take photos and videos of ASB events including rallies, brunch activities and dances. They help publicize events, manage the Student Life portion of the LHS website, and work with other technical aspects such as filming and operating the sound system. Tech had also DJed a few of LHS dances in the last few years.

Kanav Tirumala (Commission lead), Pranav Chittharanjan, Anna Paaske, Brendan Plunkett, Megan Yeh

IDC 

IDC 

The Intra-District Council promotes positive relationships between students and ASBs across the FUHSD district. The IDC represents the voices of Lynbrook students and takes inspiration from other schools to better Lynbrook and every student’s Lynbrook experience. The IDC for each school consists of two representatives and the ASB President.

Stephen Yang, Akhil Aggarwal, Kanav Tirumala

Class Officers

2023: Emma Tu, Aarushi Gupta, Jeffrey Su, Serenity Chu, Brian Ling

2022: Anton Ouyang, Shailesh Senthil Kumar, Joe LIn, Ria Phelan, Michelle Zhu

2021: Joyce Feng, Jonathan Huang, Gaby Tran, Megan Hong, Alex Cheng

2020: Anna Chiang, Divya Pereira, Alyssa Kim, Pranav Mishra, Elise Jang, Vibhav Laud

Legislative Council

Lynbrook's Legislative Council is composed of individual members from each 3rd-period class across the student body. The council meets biweekly to vote on decisions concerning upcoming events, passing clubs, and other Lynbrook-related news. 

Lynbrook High School ASB

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