Upcoming Events

2022 Powder Puff Tournament

Event Details


^^Link includes EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW (i.e. 11 on 11 Rules, Permission Slips, Athletic Waiver, Tournament Schedule, Practice times/days/locations, etc

Tournament Schedule

Tentative 12/2/22 tournament schedule:

  • Gates open at 3:15pm (6th ends at 3pm, Supervision staff miss Collaboration)

  • Collab is over at 3:45pm

  • Game 1 starts at 4pm

  • 20 minute running clock with 10 minute half (50 minutes total for each game)

  • Game 1 (Jrs vs Fr): 4-4:50pm

    • Jr & Fr Cheerleaders perform their routine (4:50-5pm)

  • Game 2 (Srs vs So): 5-5:50pm

  • Sr & So Cheerleaders perform their routine (5:50-6pm)

  • Game 3 (to determine 3rd & 4th Place!): 6-6:50pm (under the lights!)

  • Game 4 (to determine 1st & 2nd Place!): 7-7:50pm (under the lights!)

2023 ASB Exec Elections (for the 2023-24 School Year)

Election Details

Campaign Week: TBA

Election Day: TBA

Campaign Rules

  • Formal campaigning will start at 12:00 AM on TBA and will end at 11:59 PM on TBA

  • Online flyers may be posted to social media, but they cannot offend or name another opponent.

  • Posters may be hung around the school, but they cannot offend or name another opponent.

  • ALL online flyers must be down before the end time for campaigning, and ALL posters must be down before the bell rings on Election Day.

  • Violation of any of these rules will result in automatic disqualification.

how to vote

Each election will have a voter's guide published below. All candidates submit their own image and information video.

  • ASB Elections are in April

  • Class Officer Elections are TBA

  • Freshmen Class Officer Elections are TBA

  • All students receive an electronic ballot via their @students.esuhsd.org email account.

Voter's Guide

Use this guide to help you be informed about who is making decisions for you and your school. Your vote is important and CAN make a difference at STHS. Choose your representatives wisely based on their service to STHS and how they model social responsibility. A good leader leads by example and serves their constituents. GOOD leaders are chosen by GOOD VOTERS.


  • What is ASB and what does it do?

    • ASB stands for Associated Student Body. This group is composed of ST's elected student leaders and class representatives. We are responsible for planning ST's many activities, including Homecoming, FANTASTIKS, PowderPuff Football, Spirit Weeks, etc.

  • Is it really as stressful as people say it is?

    • That depends! Being in ASB is a time commitment in itself and you will have to spend time after-school, at our events, and other activities.

  • Is ASB a class?

    • Yes! Leadership is currently a 5th Period A-G college preparatory course held in Room 803. The class is taught by Mrs. Mazzella, also the Activities Director.

  • How do I get involved in ASB/Leadership?

    • Getting involved is easy! For starters, ASB Officers meet every Wednesday after school to approve club paperwork and discuss school events. This meeting is open to everyone. All of our events are open to anyone and we always approachable and in need of student input!

  • For any other questions or concerns, please feel free to email us at sthsasb@gmail.com