SHAB: Student Health Advisory Board

Student Health Advisory Board

Who are they?

Student Health Advisory Board (SHAB) consists of 4-10 high school students who work with the Student Family Services Division to promote safe, healthy and affirming school environments for students across the district. SHAB members come from different public high school across San Francisco. Their mission is to bring awareness and educate others of the health disparities of tobacco use through the Public Service Announcement contest and promote healthy choices.

Student Health Advisory Board members will:

  • Be the student voice of SFUSD Student Family Services Division
  • Plan, promote and judge the Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest 
  • Meet once or twice a month after school

  • Receive anti-oppression and leadership training

  • Plan district wide events
  • Become a paid intern for the Student Family Services Division

Student Health Advisory Board members participate in these main projects:

  • SFUSD Public Service Announcement contest (4th-12th grade)
  • Youth Outreach Worker End of the Year Celebration
  • Teens Tackle Tobacco and other Drugs Conference


For more information contact Karen Tiu at or Ian Michael Enriquez at 

Stop Anti-Asian Hate

Student Health Advisory Board members stand with the Asian Community! 

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Homeless Youth in the Bay Area Presentation

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Student Health Advisory Board members presented about homeless youth in the Bay Area to middle and high school students in the 23rd Annual Teens Tackle Tobacco, Alcohol, Drugs and Youth Wellness Conferences.

This page was last updated on February 8, 2023