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Student Government Officers for 2016-2017

ASB President: Samantha Chiu

ASB VP:  Luis Dominguez

ASB Secretary:  Ella Fujikawa

ASB Treasurer:  Minmyat Zaw

Director of Clubs:  Kevin Nguyen

Director of Spirit:  Brittany Woods

Historian:  Brittney Lee

SAC Rep:  Yesenia Guzman

SAC Rep: John Dimas


Senior Class President:  Carole Huang

Senior Class VP:  Tim Suen

Senior Class Secretary:  Nicole Chiu

Senior Class Treasurer:  Anton Arellano


Junior Class President:  Alex Medina

Junior Class VP:  Carmen Ho

Junior Class Secretary:  Naomi Chong

Junior Class Treasurer: Nathan Vargas


Sophomore Class President:  Lily Donovan

Sophomore Class VP: Iris Chu

Sophomore Class Secretary: Bella Wong

Sophomore Class Treasurer:  Sabrina Chu



Freshman Class President:  Philip Wolf

Freshman Class Vice President: Jenaeah Thames

Freshman Class Secretary:  Jenna Chui

Freshman Class Treasurer:  Matthew Holland




ASB General Managers for 2016-2017

General Managers: Precious Amaechi, Josephine Clay, Cindy Li

BSA Coordinators:  Rachel Bandelaria, Thalia Zerna

PC Coordinator:  Megan Lee

Alumni Liaison:  Kelsey Fong

Freshman Liaison:  Nathan Tam

AOIT Liaison: Celine Mingfield

The Associated Student Body government, also known as ASB, carries out many functions ranging from organizing school events and activities, organizing fund-raising activities for costly events such as Homecoming and the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Assembly, and providing leadership for the entire student body.

Questions or Comments? Send a Loop Mail (on the right, click on envelope near name) message to your ASB Sponsors: Ms. Eng OR Ms. Kamkar!

​FREE Career Discovery Panel and Pizza Dinner for High School and College Students: Friday, Feb. 17

Thinking of becoming a business owner, attorney, software engineer, or maybe an operations manager? Hear from local Asian American professionals about how they forged their career path and learn what tips they have for those interested in pursing a career in their respective fields! 

The event is free of charge and open to local high school and college students. The Career Day and Pizza Dinner is organized in partnership with the Asian Business League of San FranciscoChinatown YMCA, and Vietnamese Youth Development Center and sponsored by Salesforce's Pacific Force. There will be a moderated panel followed by break out sessions where students can talk in smaller group settings with the professional of their choice. 

Speakers include:
Cynthia Huie, owner of Seedstore and President of the Clement Street Merchants Association 
Charles Jung, trial lawyer at Nassiri & Jung LLP and Elections Commissioner for the City and County of San Francisco
Potluck Mittal, software engineer at Clever
Gino Ramos, Operations Manager at Salesforce andCo-Founder of OutForce,'s Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender & Allies Employee Resource Group (LGBTA ERG).

5:45 - Registration opens & pizza is served
6pm - Welcome Remarks 
6:05pm - Moderated Panel begins
7pm - Panel finishes
7:05pm - Breakout 1
7:15pm - Breakout 2
7:25pm - Breakout 3
7:35pm - Closing Remarks - head back to conference room
WHERE: Salesforce Café, 121 Rincon Center, San Francisco

WHEN: Friday, February 17, 2017, 6pm to 7:30pm

RSVP HERE BY FEB. 14 AT NOON: m/salesforcecareerday

FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT: Denise Hung, Chinatown YMCA at 415-748-3546 or or Cristino Lagahid III at 415.671.6778or

NOTE: Admission is FREE but RSVPS are required for admission into the building. RSVPs close on Tuesday, February 14 at noon. The Asian Business League's Youth Programs are sponsored by Wells Fargo and Union Bank.   

Support The Family House With Your Donations!

This month the Leadership class will be working with The Family House, a non-profit organization that provides temporary housing to families of seriously ill children that are being treated at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital. We are writing to ask for donations from the In-Kind Donations Wish List - no matter what it is (seriously, every little bit counts). If you can't donate anything at this time, no worries. Please share this information with anyone whom you know is passionate about children. Your donation will have a direct impact on hundreds of families.


In-Kind Donations Wish List 


Personal Products: 

Individual Toothbrushes & Toothpaste: 

Adult & Child Dental Floss 

Mouth Wash

Disposable Razors

Shaving Cream
Hair Brushes & Combs

Tampons & Sanitary Napkins

Hand & Body Lotion Deodorant



Paper Goods: 

Toilet Paper 

Paper Towels 

Tissues (white) 


Baby/Child Products: 

Diapers & Pull-Ups

Diaper Rash Ointment

Baby Lotion

Baby Powder

Baby Wash & Shampoo 


Non-Perishable Food: 

Canned Food 

Breakfast Bars 

Juice Boxes 

Coffee, Tea & Hot Chocolate 

Baking Supplies

Rice & Grains

Breakfast Cereal Snack Packs 


Gift Cards: 




Home Depot

Gas Cards

Phone Cards 


Household Items: 
xBox One Video Games and Controllers 

New Toys and Games for Children of All Ages

New or Used Guitars


Please drop off your donations to Room NB17 before and after school, during lunch and homeroom from February 8-23, 2017. If you would like to find out more about The Family House, please visit their website at:


For questions, please see any Leadership student or contact Ms. Eng. 


We greatly appreciate your support.


Thank you!

2017 BSA Theme Video Project

Attention all students!


2017 BSA Theme Video Project  

"Tear Down Walls ~ 25 Years of Creating Community"


If you are interested in being a part of this year’s BSA video, or if you have been asked to be a part of it, please join the Digital Media Design students and BSA coordinators, Rachel Bandelaria and Talia Zerna, at a lunchtime meeting in room 137 on Monday, February 6th We will discuss the project and agree on a filming timeline. Bring your lunch and creative minds.  Snacks will be provided.


If you have questions, see Ms. Kamkar (137), Ms. Eng (NB17), Ian (143),  Ms. Walenta (155),  Rachel, or Talia. 

Thursday, March 9, 2017 Brotherhood/Sisterhood Bell Schedule

2nd Period 8:00-9:06

4th Period (A) 9:13-10:43

4th Period (B) 10:50-12:20

Lunch 12:20-1:05

6th Period 1:11-2:17

A Special Thanks to ASB!

Need to replace your ALHS student body identification card?

If you need to replace your ID card, school loop Ms. Eng with your name, advisory, grade level and 4th period class.  Your card will be delivered to you.

Clothing Drive

Stay tuned for details on the upcoming new socks and new underwear (all ages) drive: March 15-April 12!  Sponsored by Leadership/ASB!  All donations will be made to the Hamilton House, serving our SF homeless community.

Books, Toys, Canned Food Success!

Our Book Drive gathered over 1500 books for the foster youth of Alternative Family Services. Thank you to Ms. Morris and her Teacher Academy, as well as Col. Ishikata for helping Leadership students coordinate this effort!


Our Toy Drive came up with 157 toys for the cancer patients at The Family House, here in San Francisco!  


Our Canned Food Drive collected 1,560 cans of food for the needy at The Raphael House! Thank you, Col, Ishikata and JROTC, for storing the canned food and for tallying the numerous bags that came to them.  Congratulations to Ms. Ziegler's 17TA for donating 532 cans and also to Mr. Woodward's 20N for donating 121 cans!  Both advisories will be receiving the pizza party prize in January, compliments of ASB.


On behalf of ASB and Leadership Students, thank you SO much for your constant support in showing how much Mustangs care for others in our community.  Happy Holidays to all of you!


With much appreciation,


Ms. Kamkar and Ms. Eng

Congratulations Winners of the Thundering Mustangs Contest!

For the School Hymn:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Sophomores

3rd place Juniors

4th place Freshmen


For the Class Banner:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Juniors

3rd place Sophomores

4th place Freshmen


For Class Spirit:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Juniors

3rd place Sophomores

4th place Freshmen


For the Cheerleader Led Cheer:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Juniors

3rd place Sophomores

4th place Freshmen


For the Class Cheer:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Sophomores

3rd place Juniors

4th place Freshmen


For Class Conduct:

1st place Seniors

2nd place Freshmen

3rd place Sophomores

4th place Juniors


Overall Winner:  Supreme Seniors, the Class of 2017!

Thank you to our fabulous Homecoming Chaperones!

The following faculty members gave up their Saturday night to support ASB in hosting this year's ALHS Homecoming Dance at the Holiday Inn:  Ms. Tesorero, Ms. Baldwin and Ms. Lui, Ms. Tircuit, Ms. Sherman and Mr. Ramon, Ms. West, Mr. Loey, Ms. Jessica Li, Dr. Tagomori, Ms. D. Lee, Ms. A. Smith, Ms. Ziegler, Ms. V. Lee, Mr. Geiser, Mr. Yang, Ms. Kaplan and Mr. Kaplan, Col. Ishikata, Mr. Scott, Mr. Balzer, Mr. Alex D., Ms. Martha Vigil...


and after teaching for over 35 years, thank you to Ms. Rosemary Kamkar for chaperoning her farewell Homecoming Dance!


ALL of you helped make this event a success!


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Loop Mail either ASB Sponsor below & they will answer your question/concern &/or forward it to the appropriate ASB Officer:

Eng, Christine
Kamkar, Rosemary

Donwload the ALHS Dance Contract HERE to print & complete.


ASB invites YOU to email us ideas for Spirit Week theme days and this year's BSA theme!

REMINDER : ASB is selling black ALHS zip-up hoodies for $30!  Come buy and support!

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