Want to form a new club at WHS?
There are two platforms for organized clubs:
- Non-Fundraising ASB Clubs
- Fundraising ASB Clubs
What's the difference between "Non-Fundraising ASB Clubs" and "Fundraising ASB Clubs"?
- Non-Fundraising ASB Clubs must have an adult advisor but cannot fundraise, collect fees, or spend through an ASB account
- Fundraising ASB Clubs can fundraise, collect fees, and spend through an ASB account and must have a faculty advisor (applications of this type happen only in the spring)
- Both types require a WHS staff advisor, the completion of an application, and the submission of a Constitution.
- A "Fundraising ASB Club" also requires the submission of a budget.
- The only time of year a new Fundraising ASB Club or an existing "Non-Fundraising ASB Club" can submit to become a "Fundraising ASB Club" is during the spring, typically in March, when budgets are being adopted for the next school year. The Student Council then meets in April and votes as to whether an application to become a "Fundraising ASB Club" is accepted (for the following school year).
- Applications for "Non-Fundraising ASB Clubs" are accepted throughout the school year.
1. To make application, express your intentions and plans to Mr. Kelly, the WHS Activities Director.
2. Then, complete the appropriate application (found in the right-hand column on this webpage) and have it signed by the WHS staff advisor.
- Academic Clubs must have a certificated staff advisor (classroom teacher)
- Service Clubs can have a certificated staff advisor (classroom teacher) or a classified staff advisor.
3. Completed applications and Constitutions and/or budgets are then turned in to Mr. Kelly or Mrs. Kongkarat/Mrs. Schwans in the ASB/Cashier's Office.
Please see Mr. Kelly or Mrs. Kongkarat/Mrs. Schwans if you have any questions about this process.