Associated Student Body (ASB)

ASB 2019-20

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Welcome to Central!

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Stay informed with our weekly bulletin announcements! 

Peach Fuzz & Powder Puff are coming to Central!

Juniors and Seniors need to attend their class meetings for more information.

ASB Announcements

SPRING SPORTS try-outs are coming!

Stop by the ASB Office for your clearance card to try-out for baseball, girls golf, girls tennis, softball, swim or track!!

Leadership Convention Presentation

Election Calendar

February 3: ASB Officer election packets - mandatory meeting in LS 4 Monday 2/3, 3:06pm
March 3: ASB Commissioner applications - pick up at the ASB office on 3/3
May 5: Class Officer election packets

Dance Dates & Activity Guest Pass

Activity Guest Passes are due the Wednesday before the dance!

Central Dance Dates:

Homecoming: October 19, 2019 in the CUHS GYM

Spring Ball: March 28, 2020 in the CUHS MPR

Prom: May 2, 2020 

**Students must meet school attendance guidelines to buy tickets to the dances

Important Dance Information:

  • Dance tickets are sold in the ASB office
  • All CUHS dances are lock-ins
  • Guest passes must be submitted and approved by the Wednesday before the dance
  • Professional photographs are taken by Duke Photography for an additional fee (pick up picture package information from the ASB office)
  • The ASB Office is open 7:30am - 4pm. Students must come before school, during their lunch or after school for questions or transactions.

Senior Information

Class of 2020 info. coming soon!

Grad Nite has been confirmed for May 27, 2020! A $50 deposit is required to reserve your spot; the total cost of the trip is $250. Payments can be made to the ASB office by cash or check (payable to CUHS).
ALL SENIOR picture = Feb. 5 ($20)
Cap & Gown order form delivered = Feb 5
Cap & Gown orders DUE on Feb 13 @ lunch**
    **Balfour representatives are here to collect order forms during both lunches
Deadline for Grad Nite payments = March 4
Senior Cap & Gown pictures = April 1
Senior Picnic = April 29
Prom = May 2
AP Testing = May 4 - 15
Senior Awards Night = May 18
Senior grades due = May 22
Senior pool party
Hello/Good-bye assembly = May 29
Graduation practice = June 1
Graduation = June 2

Club Information

Check the daily bulletin for club meetings!

Clubs and Advisors

Advanced Chorus & Guitar Meeting: see Mr Gaede in LS 1
Best Friends Club: See Mrs Cervantes in E-2
Campus Life: See Mrs. Putnam in SS-1
Chess Club Meetings: Fridays in M-7
Christians in Action (CIA): Meetings in LS 3
Comic Book Club: see Mr. Brooks in TR 10
FCA: Mr Holbrook in LS 3
Fashion Club Meeting: See Mrs. Fusi in SS 7
FIRST Robotics Club Meeting: See Mr. A Pena in SC 1
Tabletop Gaming Club: Ms. Claverie in SC 3
Green Team Meeting: non-minimum Wednesdays in SC 7
Magic Club Meeting: Fridays in SC 6
Math Club Meetings: Fridays in M-7
Mexican-American Club Meeting: see Mrs Moreno in M-4
Pawsitivity Meetings: Fridays in E-1, see Mr Agundez
Pep Club Meeting: see Mr. C. Garcia in TR 2
Softball Club: See Coach Fusi
Yellow Ribbon Club Meeting: See Mrs Pineiro in SS11
Class of 2020: Ms. Daniel & Mr. Gomez
Class of 2021: Mrs. Cordova & Mrs. Galindo
Class of 2022: Miss Silva & Ms. Vizcaino
Class of 2023: Ms. Navarrete & Mr. Vela

Club Documents:

Club Application

Expected Budget

Sample Constitution

Sample Meeting Minutes

Activity Request

**Club Meetings are announced in the daily bulletin.
***Advisor Meeting Presentations: Fundraising Clubs & Service Clubs

ASB Videos

ASB Information Page

ASB Officers & Commissioners


Club Information:

What clubs would you like to see on campus?? Please submit your student survey during Advisory!


Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is a clearance card and why do I need one?
A: All students interested in participating in sports or extra-curricular activities need a clearance card from the ASB office. Pick up a clearance packet before try-outs as you will need to complete the packet with signatures and a signed physical from your doctor's office. 
Q: How do I request a poster?
A: Go to the CUHS ASB office and pick up a poster request form. Return the completed form with $7 and pick up your poster in approximately 3 days.
Q: What services does our Spartan Library offer?
A: Finding & checking out a book, using the article database, computers and printing options, help finding resources
Q: What clubs does Central have on campus?
A: There are a variety of clubs including AcaDec, Green Team, Mock Trial, Pawsitivity, Robotics, and more!
Q: What are the Expected School-wide Learning Results?
A: We are S.P.A.R.T.A!
Q: What is Central's history?
Q: How can we increase school spirit?
A: Get involved: join a club, join a sport, attend events, be active on campus!
Q: How do students check and clear absences?
A: Check your portal, go to the Attendance office, go to Saturday School
Q: What is ASB and what do they do?
A: The Associated Student Body (ASB) are student leaders on campus.
Q: What do students learn in the Child Care program?
A: Proper care of infants, personal care, life skills

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Technologically Literate

Analytical Thinkers

2017 - 2018 ESLR Award Recipients

Picture Links

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