ASB Mission

The mission of the RSJ ASB is to develop a school climate that encourages involvement and enthusiasm about its students and staff and provides an opportunity for fun, inclusivity, P.R.I.D.E. and leadership.

ASB Purpose

The purpose of the RSJ ASB is to provide leadership opportunities that will increase the knowledge and skills necessary to develop young leaders.

ASB Events

  • Noontime Activities • SBHS Homecoming Float Creation

  • Spirit Days • After School and Evening Dances

  • School Wide Fundraisers • Bronco Lunch Time Dances

  • Character Education - RSJ Core Values • Student Recognition

  • Red Ribbon Week • School Service Projects

  • ASB Elections • ASB Banquet

  • Feeder School Assembly • Walk-A-Thon

  • Random Acts of Kindness • Canned Food Drive

  • Toys for Tots • Pennies for Patients Activities in BOLD are after school

  • Fun Day • Talent Show

  • SuperHero Week • iGeneration Week

  • Dia de los Muertos • Test Prep Week


RSJ Leadership provides academic, practical and lifelong skills such as initiative, cooperation, public speaking, teamwork, and accounting. Students learn to plan, organize, and maintain an effective co-curricular program designed to actively involve the school/community. It promotes communication between administrators, faculty, and students. Emphasis is on individual responsibility, performance, and student input.

The Leadership Class is a semester-long service elective course to non-ASB officers open to 7th & 8th grade students who are highly motivated to improve their leadership skills. ASB officers must enroll in leadership for the entire year. Leadership students are held to the highest standards for work and behavior at all times . As school role models, it is expected that each student will show P.R.I.D.E. in everything they do. Student leaders are expected to be kind, caring and thoughtful.

The Leadership class is interactive. Students develop leadership skills through direct participation in the planning and implementation of a variety of student and staff activities, as well as through teacher-led discussions on topics such as; goal setting, communication, decision-making, leadership styles, time management, project planning, and ethics. Students in Leadership Class are asked to volunteer out-of-class service at least once a week.


Erica Robledo-Dickens (Ms. RD)

Student Activities Director