The ASB President shall preside over meetings of the Student Government class, oversee the activities of the four executive board members, manage relations of ASB with individuals and groups outside of ECVHS, attend District ASB Executive Council meetings, and ensure that the laws of this document are being faithfully executed.  He/she has the ability to sign checks, purchase orders, check requests, and facility requests.

The Vice-President presides over the Student Congress and runs the meetings of both the Senate and the House of Representatives.  He/she is responsible for overseeing the activities of the Commissioner of School Service, Special Events, and Spirit, and is an ex-officio member on the Homecoming, Air Band, and dance committees.  The Vice-President also presides over ASB meetings in the absence of the President.  He/She also attends the monthly district ASB meetings.  He/She has the ability to sign checks, purchase orders, check requests, and facility requests.  The Vice-President also runs Golden Apple elections and is responsible for making sure all clubs are chartered and have a current copy on file with ASB.

The Attorney General shall be responsible for keeping track of all hours worked by students in ASB at games, dances, and ASB functions, as well as daily attendance in class.  He/She also is responsible for maintaining order at business meetings. The Attorney General is responsible for ensuring that all students adhere to the rules of this document,  In addition, the Attorney General makes sure that all organizations receiving ASB funding possess an ASB card.  The Attorney General makes and monitors the work schedule for the concession during the school day and he/she works with the Treasurer on keeping the concession stand sanitary enough to pass the County Health Inspection with distinction.  The Attorney General attends the monthly district ASB meetings.  He/She also oversees the activities of the Commissioners of Media and Student Affairs. AMENDMENT (6-28-17) He/She also plans, organizes, and supervises all elections for class offices, dance titles, and ASB.  He/She oversees all aspects of the ASB nominating Convention, including the publication of the election supplement.  In addition, the Attorney General works with the Commissioner of Spirit/School Service to plan the ASB election assembly.  He/She does not ever count ballots in the absence of the ASB Advisor.

The Secretary shall record concise and legible minutes of all ASB, Senate, and House of Representatives meetings and make them available to the membership of said groups.  He/She will send a copy to all local administration members and the finance clerk.  The Secretary is also responsible for submitting any Bulletin notices in a timely fashion to the receptionist for the purpose of communicating to the student body any information regarding Sales, activities, or policies regarding them which are generated by ASB.  He/She is also in charge of distributing incoming mail and sending outgoing mail.  AMENDMENT (6-28-17) The Secretary oversees the activities of the Commissioner of Communications, Commissioner of Athletics, Publicity, Social Media, and Public Relations.

The Treasurer shall be responsible for signing purchase orders, check requests, checks, and petty cash forms, as well as for keeping  record of all ASB accounts as written up in the ASB Budget.  He/She types up the budget and distributes copies to all ASB class members, the finance clerk, and administration members.  The Treasurer is responsible for giving monthly reports to ASB on the status of ASB spending and income.  He/She oversees the activities of the Business Manager and the Commissioner of Environment and Sales.  In addition,  the Treasurer keeps a record of all sales requests by keeping a calendar at all business, and he/she informs all clubs about the status of their sales.  

The Business Manager is in charge of overseeing the activities in the Tribal Trading Post, the student store.  This includes the following tasks:  ordering all merchandise, taking monthly inventory of all items, making a work schedule and ensuring executives are working their hours, and working the store daily at lunch.  He/She meets with vendors and recommends to the Advisor quantities to order and prices to charge for each item ordered.

The Commissioner of Communications is responsible for the announcing of the daily bulletin at the beginning and ending of each week(over the loudspeaker/broadcast system) as allowed by the administration, and he/she has the duty of regularly changing all marquees on campus.  This includes the scrolling marquee outside of Tribal.  The Commissioner also is in charge of keeping record of all marquee requests and income generated as a result of personalized messages.  He/She also reproduces all marquee request forms.  

The Commissioner of Environment is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the school’s clean campus and recycling programs.  He/She collects and deposits all revenues generated by the recycling materials such as aluminum, plastic and paper, and maintains the bins for recycling.  The Commissioner of Environment also has the power to shut down a section of campus that is frequently dirty.  He/She assigns all students to work for both efforts and evaluates their performance weekly in each area.  He/She also makes decisions about campus beautification.

The Commissioner of Media is responsible for deejaying all gym dances, providing music on Fridays(or any other day approved by the administration) at lunch, and running the sound at all assemblies and special events.  He/She is also the person who deals with technology-based activities of ASB.  This includes the Convention slide show and working with the ASB website.  The Commissioner of Media also is responsible for the maintenance, expansion, and upkeep of all equipment, including our CD and record collections.

The Commissioner of Publicity is responsible for all aspects of publicizing student activities, athletic contests, and ASB-related events.  (This includes the production, posting, and removal of posters in a timely fashion.)  Also, he/she ensures that all blue boards and the AMENDMENT (8-18-15) large teepee is being used daily.  The Commissioner of Publicity also is responsible for ordering all supplies(inks, paper, tape, etc.) and keeping a record of expenditures,  He/She also must organize and clean the publicity cabinet.  Finally, he/she checks all posters for appropriateness of language and graphics.  This means ensuring that all advertisements have the official “ASB-Approved” Stamp somewhere in view.  

The Commissioner of Public Relations is responsible for managing all showcases on campus, making sure all displays are current and appropriate.  He/She is also in charge of the promotion of school events by informing the local and school newspapers and the media about them regularly.  This includes the solicitation of donations from school events.  The Commissioner of Public Relations is also responsible for the planning, organization, and the execution of the Pow Wow. He/She is also in charge of hanging the “Be Brave” signs up. Finally, all ASB student exchanges are the responsibility of the Public Relations Commissioner.  The Commissioner of Public Relations acknowledges all staff and student birthdays, oversees the student component of the Hall of Braves, and is in charge of honoring achievement in all areas of student endeavor.  This is done in some tangible fashion, as well as through announcements in the bulletin or at assemblies/rallies.  He/She is also a representative to the school’s PTSA and attends their meetings regularly and reports back back to the ASB Class.

The Commissioner of Sales oversees all activities associated with the school concession stand.  He/She makes and monitors the work schedule for the concession during the school day.  He/She orders the food for the gym concession stand, and is in charge of obtaining and counting the cash boxes for the events held there.  Inventory is kept daily and restocked by the Commissioner of Sales.  Finally, he/she is in charge of keeping the stand sanitary enough to pass the County Health Inspection with distinction. AMENDMENT (6-28-17) Prior to running for this position, you must have served at least one year in ASB.

The Commissioner of Special Events is responsible for the planning, organizing, and executing of all dances and events for which ASB charges admission.  He/She sets up a work schedules for ticket sales and taking, concessions, security, shoe sheriff (at dances).  The Special Events Commissioner must keep a budget of all events, and he/she is responsible for the purchase of deejays, decorations, and music for dances.  He/She ensures that all contracts are filled with the Finance Clerk and the School Facilities Manager according to their deadlines. He/She is also in charge of the Dodgeball event.

The Commissioner of Spirit is responsible for the planning, organizing, and executing of all spirit games, pep rallies, and pep assemblies.  He/She keeps records of Spirit point totals and makes them public monthly.  The Spirit Commissioner acts as a liaison to the Pep Club and helps in whatever capacity that the Pep Club President needs.  He/She is also responsible for the spirit budget, including ordering and purchasing materials for all spirit-related events.  He/She is also maintains the spirit trophies. AMENDMENT (6-28-17) He/She is also in charge of arranging the Student Spirit Section at home sport games. Finally, the Commissioner of Spirit oversees the entire F.A.N.T.A.S.T.I.C.S. event and has the option to emcee the event.

The Commissioner of Social Media is responsible for advertising ASB’s activities and events across the numerous social media platforms available at the time. Currently those social media sites are Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. The Commissioner of Social Media is appointed by the advisor from the pool of associates and confirmed by the ASB class.  

The Commissioner of Athletics is responsible for obtaining the list of eligible seniors from the office before every Sports Assembly. They are also in charge of determining when each sport of every season has their senior night, asking if they need posters/advertisement, and then relaying this information to the Commissioner of Publicity.  During Sports Assemblies, they are in charge of lining up the athletes when they’re being recognized and what gifts they will be receiving during the assembly. Any miscellaneous tasks relating to sports will be delegated to the Commissioner of Athletics. The Commissioner of Athletics is also in charge of communication between ASB and Athletics. In addition, they provide the school with updates, game dates, changes in the game schedules, CIF updates, and correspond with Athletic’s Secretary.

The Associate Commissioners assist their supervising commissioner in the execution of their duties.  Their responsibilities include helping with committees as they are formed, but they are done after their primary responsibilities are done. (AMENDMENT 5-11-17) Associate Commissioners do not go on the ballot that the commissioner candidates do. They are selected at the discretion of the ASB advisor but undergo a heavy interviewing process decided by the outgoing ASB executives. The ASB executives will do a vote and have the ultimate decision on whether or not the selected person(s) are able to join the class for the next year.