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Associated Student Body (ASB)

The Associated Student Body is the official student organization at Crescent School. All students in grades 6-12 who are registered at Crescent are members of the ASB. Membership in the ASB provides students with the opportunity to purchase an ASB card, present issues before the student council and vote on all matters that come before the ASB membership. Students wishing to run for office or participate in ASB activities should contact the ASB advisor for information.
All students are encouraged to purchase a student body card. All students participating in co-curricular activities must be ASB card holders. Not only does the sale of these cards aid in financing school activities, but also provides free or reduced admission to athletic events. The ASB card also serves as official identification of membership. ASB CARDS COST $25.00 PER STUDENT.
Students participating in athletics may be required to donate work time in the concession stand during athletic events. Failure of a student athlete to fulfill the assigned work time will cause that athlete to be ineligible for the next athletic event in which they are scheduled to participate.


Harmony Henderson

Vice President

Dillon Reynolds


Jasper Criel


Katelyn Dunavant

Publicity Manager

Josiah Wixson

Class and organization meetings will be scheduled by advisors when the need arises. In order to prevent conflicts, events should be scheduled with the principal's office two weeks in advance of the activity.

Meetings will be posted on the student bulletin board, and must be posted at least one day in advance of the meeting. All school sponsored functions are to be held on the school premises or other approved locations under the direct supervision of faculty advisors/adult school supervisors.
Classes or organizations may sponsor dances, as approved by the principal. Advisors should schedule dances at least TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE. A dance packet may be obtained from the office and must be completed and submitted to the principal AT LEAST 2 WEEKS PRIOR to the desired date. Money to pay the DJ MUST be in the class or organization treasury BEFORE the dance is scheduled.

Non-Crescent middle or high school students, including any home schooled students, wishing to attend a dance as a guest of a Crescent School student must complete and submit a dance request form to the office at least 3 days prior to the date of the dance and be approved by the principal. High school dances (grades 9-12) will not be held off campus, nor go beyond 11:00 p.m. without prior administrative approval. Middle school dances (grades 6-8) will not be held off campus, nor go beyond 10:00 p.m.

During Homecoming week, an 8th grade student playing on a high school sport team may attend the Homecoming dance and may bring a Crescent School 8th grade student as their guest to the dance.

Dances are closed activities. If a student or guest leaves the dance area they will not be allowed to re-enter.