Associated Student Body

  • The Marshall Fundamental High School Associated Student Body (ASB)

    ASB is Marshall Fundamental's Student Government. Being a ASB student body member provides students the opportunity to experience leadership and school governance first hand. The ASB oversees and organizes student-centered activities on campus which includes fundraisers, pep rallies, spirit week, and club activities, as well as, helping support our sports teams.

    ASB Advisor - Maria Torres,

    2019 - 2020 Associated Student Body

    2019 - 2020 Associated Student Body

    • ASB President - Arianah Rizzo
    • ASB Vice President - Sol Melodie Ahn
    • ASB Secretary - David Perez
    • ASB Treasurer - Emily Flores
    • 12th Grade Class President - Janelle Johnson
    • 11th Grade Class President - Simone Kuo
    • 10th Grade Class President - Natalie Rowady
    • 9th Grade Class President - Madeline Stukel
    • Academics Commissioner - Armine Sahakyan
    • Activities Commissioner - Emilia D'Angelo
    • Assembly Commissioner - Jessica Soto
    • Athletics Commissioner - Kahlani Banks
    • Athletics Commissioner - Logan Davis
    • Civic Affairs - Bora Lim
    • Club Affairs - Baohanh Camille Gauvreau
    • Community Service Commissioner – Miranda Maytorena
    • Corresponding Secretary - Sarah Perez
    • Fundraising Commissioner - Armand Davis
    • Historian - Natalie Tomoyasu
    • Historian - Thalia Garabedian
    • Media Commissioner - Cecilia Grane
    • Member at Large - Evan Eslava
    • Member at Large - John Lee
    • Member at Large - Kylee Banks
    • Member at Large - Margaret (Pearl) Brandow
    • Pep Commissioner - Elisa Kim
    • Publicity Commissioner - Adamari Hernandez
    • Publicity Commissioner - Preston Kealing
    • Safety Commissioner - Kaitlyn Placensia
    • School Board Representative & Public Relations - Anita Abledu
    • Spirit Store Manager - Isabel Glionna
    • Pep Commissioner - Jacob Arebalo
    • Student Events Commissioner - Bao-Hoa Giselle Gauvreau
    • Student Store Manager - Arianna Moreno
    • Unification Commissioner - Nayri Yuzoghlatyan

ASB Cards

  • All students are encouraged to purchase an ASB card. The cost for middle school is $45.00. High school students may buy the card for $50.00. You can purchase your card during our student registration period in August. Card sales will continue during the regular school year. Purchasing an ASB card is optional.

    Why purchase an ASB Card?
    Money collected from the ASB card sales is used to support our entire school community through various ASB-sponsored activities such as Athletics, Assemblies, Rallies, Awards, Dances, and Events.

    Benefits of purchasing an ASB card include:
    Reduced ticket prices for dances, activities, yearbook, and gym clothes
    Free admission to regular home games and most away games 
    Free spirit items on Spirit Days
    Free snack at student appreciation days

    Show Your School Spirit! Be an ASB Member! Contact the Activities Office for more information, 626-396-5810 ext. 64079