I was a part of many clubs and organizations, and while many of them were fun, like NHS, CSF, and Ambassador Club, the ASB was a little chaotic and unreasonable. I felt like I didn't have a voice in it because the higher ups seemingly did not care about people who were simply representatives. The presidents and the ASB advisor did not ask for representatives' input, but they did make us do all the dirty work, such as coming early to school to set up chairs while they stood there and told us what to do. They did not help us at all, making it very obvious which leaders were fit to be leaders. Maybe it was just my experience in ASB, but I felt that my opinions were not wanted and my thoughts were not cared about. They lost the true reason why ASB exists, and I think part of it was, again, a faculty issue. Overall, it was an alright experience, but if I knew that this would happen, I definitely would not want to be a part of it again.