"Railway of Hope-The Movie" will be distributed to schools following the presentation of the curriculum and the film at the Fall Leadership Conference in Juneau October 17-19. The Railway of Hope Movie on DVD, Tips for Teachers, … [Read More...]
AASG offers many opportunities to make friends and learn from each other. AASG has set up a Facebook Page, has the Beamer Wall at conferences, and builds in lots of time for students to share, from all over Alaska. Delegates have a great time sharing at the AASG Conference.
The AASG Executive Board is entirely made up of students from all over Alaska. Officers are either elected or selected by interview. Many positions are eagerly contested at the Fall Conference. Each Board implements programs. The 2007-08 Executive Board adopted the RSVP program and has had training in several schools as well as at the… Read More
Danielle Lewis, fall conference advisor, Jasmine Carter, fall conference registrar, Liam Mamikunian, AASG president, Denise Greene-Wilkinson, AASG ED. At the National Association of Student Council conference, where we are learning, net working, contributing with student government groups from throughout the country at Rio Rancho High School, New Mexico. Ready to return to Alaska with information… Read More
2015 Spring Conference Information
AASG students at Trooper Academy April 2015 during AASG conference at Mt. Edgecumbe
2015 AASG SPRING CONFERENCE
April 9-11, 2015
Mt. Edgecumbe High School
2015 AASG Spring Conference Registration Form
Monday, February 16, Early Bird Registration opens ($90)
Sunday, March 8, Early Bird Registration ends at 11:59 p.m.
Monday, March 9, Regular Registration begins ($130)
Saturday, March 28, Regular Registration ends at 11:59 p.m.
Sunday, March 29, Late Registration begins ($150)
Electronic Eligibility (for grades, etc.) is required by April 3.
Substitutions after April 4 require a $20 Change Fee.
No refunds will be issued for cancellations after April 4, 2015.
Alaska Airlines Adds Additional April 11 Flight for Spring Conference
Flight AS 67
Sitka to Anchorage
Departs 6:22pm Arrives 9:21pm
This flight will be available beginning: March 8, 2015.
Join the AASG Executive Board on its journey to make high school youth differencemakers in suicide prevention. AASG is the only youth organization addressing this challenging issue! We have sponsored training for delegates at our … [Read More...]
The AASG Executive Board has offered valuable training in leadership. They help students make a difference in their schools and communities with Raising Student Voice and Participation training. RSVP has been offered at every … [Read More...]
AASG HONORED FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION CAMPAIGN
The Alaska Association of Student Governments (AASG) has been named the 2011 winner of the Ardis Kyker State Service Project Award by the National Association of Student Councils (NASC). The award is presented annually by NASC and recognizes a NASC-affiliated state student council association for its organizing and sponsoring of a statewide service project that engages its membership in support of a common charity or cause.
View the entire press release:
AASG Honored for Suicide Prevention Campaign
CONFERENCES & MEETINGS
October 15-17, 2015
Chugiak & Eagle River High Schools
WINTER BUSINESS MEETING
February 8, 2016
Anchorage (Board Member’s school responsible for travel cost)
April 7-9, 2016
Kodiak High School
*Executive Board (E-Board) members and advisors must arrive a day early for conference.
SUICIDE PREVENTION VIDEOS
2013 MEDIA CONTEST WINNERS
Winners were announced at the Spring Conference in Tri-Valley:
1st Place: Be There!, by Mitchell Forbes for Bethel High School Student Council
2nd Place: Stand Up, by Mitchell Forbes for Bethel High School Student Council
3rd Place: What's Important to You?, by Cara Chapman from Chugiak High School
2012 MEDIA CONTEST WINNERS
Winners were announced at the Spring Conference in Kodiak:
1st Place: In Your Hands, by Madison Manning from Meshik School
2nd Place: Suicide Affects Us All, by Nuala Kelly from Barrow High School
3rd Place: Words can Make a Difference, by Tori Talley, Juneau-Douglas High School