Leadership & Student Activities
About the Program
The Tracy High School Associated Student Body (ASB) & Leadership program encompasses all clubs, activities, athletic programs, after school events and fundraising efforts on our campus. These clubs, activities, and events promote involvement allowing the school and community to partner together as well as providing challenges for students to conquer as a group with their peers. Staff and students at Tracy High School constantly seek to actively engage students in all aspects of school activities.
ASB & Leadership remain committed to making Tracy High School a place where students feel a sense of ownership, recognition, and a personal educational experience. It is a student run program designed to involve all students in school functions through events and support. Our leaders learn how to be resourceful, good problem solvers and will serve as the voice of the entire student body. They will help in creating a school culture where all students feel safe, a sense of pride, and ownership, while exemplifying positive attitudes regarding school as well as other aspects of life. Leadership will continue to make Tracy High School a place where students feel proud to say… “Once A Bulldog, Always A Bulldog”
We are now accepting parent volunteers for upcoming events! Below are the requirements and steps you must take to be a parent volunteer on site!
Fill out the following application HERE and follow the steps below:
- Submit Application: Submit completed application to Tracy High School in the front office.
- NOTE: To insure the safety of our students, a criminal history investigation will be conducted through the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Investigation may also be performed by the Tracy Police Department. This process will require you to be fingerprinted by the Human Resources Office. There is a $25 fee for fingerprinting. Work and/or personal references will be called. We recommend that you start the volunteer process at least 2-3 weeks before the event. Return the enclosed forms to the school office for review. For your application to be complete you must submit proof of a negative TB test result.
- Vaccine Verification: Along with the application, the district is also asking that parent volunteers submit their vaccination status as well.
Meet the Activities Director, Cameron Chitwood!
Mr. Chitwood began his teaching career at Tracy High School in 2017 after he graduated from UCSC with a B.A. in History/Politics & a M.A. in Education. He currently teaches World History and Leadership. This is his 2nd year as the Activities Director & Leadership Teacher. You will often hear Mr. Chitwood say, "Talk is Cheap." This quote is often used in common conversation to put your words into action and "walk your talk!"
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