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ASB and Class Council

The ASB is responsible for planning school-wide activities and supervising ASB funds. It meets during the ASB Leadership Class and is composed of elected ASB officers, appointed ASB officers, and elected class presidents. Elections and appointments are held in the spring. In order to hold an ASB leadership position, students must clear all fines, have an ASB card, have a cumulative 2.0 GPA, no failing grades and agree to the oath of office governed by the constitution.

Class Councils, one for each grade level, are established each year for planning class activities and fundraising. They are comprised of six elected officers and appointed representatives and meet twice per month. Elections for 10th, 11th, and 12th grades are held each spring. Students may not hold more than one major office in student government and/or related activities. Requirements for office follow those for ASB leaders.

ASB Cards

ALL STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN ANY ACTIVITY SANCTIONED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT BODY MUST PURCHASE AN ASB CARD TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THOSE ACTIVITIES. Most student activities such as newspaper, athletics, dances, assemblies, homecoming, etc., are financed by the Associated Student Body fund. The greatest single source of revenue for this fund is the sale of Associated Student Body Activity cards. Students can save in many ways with an ASB card. It provides free admittance to all home football, basketball, and wrestling events. The students also can participate in countless other events at a discount, such as away football, basketball, and wrestling events, plays, dances, choir and band performances, etc. The card may be purchased from the Bookkeeper’s Office at any time during the year, but get your card soon to get the most savings possible! The price of the ASB card is $60.00.

Athletics

Liberty High School is a member of the KingCo Conference, the SeaKing District, and the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association. Our teams compete with other teams throughout the conference and state for league, district, and state honors. In order for students to participate in any athletic program or cheer/dance/drill, they must:

  • Complete the eligibility packet and return it to the Activities/Athletic Office
  • Maintain passing grades and earn credit in all classes (be enrolled full time)
  • Maintain a 2.0 semester and cumulative GPA with no F’s
  • Clear all fines
  • Purchase an ASB card 
  • Pay the District participation fee
  • Return to the coach all previous sports equipment/uniforms issued or pay for them
  • Sign an agreement to abide by the Issaquah School District Athletic Code of Conduct

Students not meeting the 2.0 GPA at the end of a final semester term WILL be placed on academic probation for three weeks of contests. Students who meet the 2.0 GPA criteria at the end of a final semester term, but who do not pass all classes, will be put on two weeks probation. Students will also continue to have grade checks every 4.5 weeks and any student who is below a 2.0 GPA or has 1 or more Fs will be placed on probation until their grades improve. During probation, an athlete may practice with the team, but not participate in contests. At the end of the probation period, grades in all classes will be checked. If an athlete is passing all classes at this time with a 2.0 GPA, they will be off probation. If the grades are still deficient, the student will be placed on second two-week probation. If a student completes a third probation without rectifying the situation, they are ineligible for the rest of the season.

Attendance Required for Both Athletics and Activities

A student is expected to be in attendance all class periods of the day of a practice or event in order to participate in activities that afternoon or evening. If an athlete is not in attendance in all of their classes, they cannot participate in practice or an event that afternoon or evening. This expectation applies to all activities, athletics and fine arts events. Participation may be denied for failure to comply with this policy. The only exceptions to this rule are: school related and approved absences (field trips), medical, dental, family emergencies, or legal appointments when appropriate written verification of the appointment from the provider has been submitted to the attendance office upon their return.

KingCo Sports

Fall Winter Spring

Cross Country

Basketball (B)

Baseball

Diving (G)

Basketball (G)

Fastpitch

Football

Diving (B)

Golf (G)

Golf                    

Gymnastics

Soccer (B)

Soccer (G)

Swimming (B)

Tennis (G)

Swimming (G)

Wrestling

Track

Tennis (B)

   

Volleyball

   

 

Requirements

Liberty High School provides many opportunities for student involvement in co/extra-curricular programs, including activities, athletics and fine arts. As representatives of our school, students who participate in these programs are held to high expectations and standards. We expect ALL students to demonstrate excellent sportsmanship and be positive role models at ALL times. To be eligible for co/extra-curricular programs, students must have a current ASB card, maintain passing grades, earn credit in all classes, and maintain a 2.0 GPA to participate in athletics, dance, ASB and cheer.

Student Athletic/Activity Code

The opportunity to participate in the interscholastic athletic/activity program is a privilege granted to all District students. Participants in this voluntary program are expected to conform to specific conduct standards established by the District, principals, athletic directors and coaches. All interscholastic activities and events shall be in compliance with the rules and regulations of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA).

A student who is found to be in violation of any athletic/activity rules is subject to removal from the team. Students who have allegedly violated one or more of the athletic/activity conduct rules may appeal a disciplinary action as specified in Procedure 2151P. General conduct expectations and requirements for students participating in athletics/activities are found in Regulation and Procedure 2151 and 2151P and the Issaquah School District Athletic Handbook, copies of which may be obtained at any school or on the district website