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    CLUB/ORG NAME

    SPONSOR(S)

    DESCRIPTION

    MEETING DATES

     Lit Club

    Mr. Jahns
    Ms. Rosas

    We provide opportunities related to reading, writing, speaking, and listening.  Mainly Book Club, Battle of the Books competition, and writing competitions. Open to ALL students.

    Every other Thursday during lunch, Library

    Maker Club

    Mr. Jahns
    Ms. Rosas

    We provide students STEAM opportunities to be creative with a variety of materials. Addresses the 4Cs: collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking. Open to ALL students.

    Every other Wednesday (maybe) during lunch, & some after school meetings, Library

    Art Club

    Ms. King,
    Ms. Simpson,
    Ms. Weaver
    Ms. Peirce

    SHHS Art Club is an after school activity that provides materials, instruction and support for those students who are seeking a creative outlet in addition to their academic schedule. 

    Wednesday, room B112, 4:00-5:00, posted to announcements

     Science Club

    Mr. Berry

    Learn science concepts in fun and interesting ways.

    TBD

     Chinese Club

    Ms. Hu

    Learn the Chinese language and Culture in a fun way!

    TBD

    AVID Program

    Ms. Bremby

    Advancement Via Individual Determination.

    N/A

     FBLA

    Ms. Fisher,
    Ms. Thomas
    Ms. Gillespie

    National organization that promotes leadership development, competitions, and opportunities for scholarships

    Wednesday, once a month. G214

     Gaming Club

    Ms. Greback
    Mr. Butler
    Mr. Carter
    Mr. Seely

    A club for all gamers: video games, board games, role-playing games, card games, etc. Open to all students.

    Thursday after school, 2 days a week during lunch in the Library

     Senior Club

    Ms. Tackett (Conrad)
    Ms. Greback

    Seniors! Come work with your senior officers on all there is to plan to make your senior year memorable!

    Tuesdays 3:45-4:30 Portable 28

     TAFE

    Ms. Jenson

    Texas Association of Future Educators. For students in the Education Training program

    1st Tuesday of every month from 3:45-4:30, Portable 19

    Culinary Club

    Ms. Rogers
    Chef Glick

    Students will participate in cooking activities after school.  Must have a food handler card to participate.

    2nd & 4th Tuesdays 3:45-5:30, Room B103

    GSA, Gay/Straight Alliance

    Ms. Scheffler
    Mr. Olansen
    Mr. Smith

    A group that meets once a month for support, sharing, making new friends, and teaching tolerance and love.

    Every third Thursday of the month, small auditorium

    SOAR

    Ms. Davis

    Students Organizes Against Racism

    Mondays, 3:50-4:30, Portable 20

    UV4C

    Ms. Bobino

    UV4C is a student group open to any and all students who want to work together for positive change. Our vision is for students to work to create a problem-free community! The Mission of United Voices for Change is to enhance the high school experience in FWISD. Students working together to address common concerns, providing service to the community, and learning positive qualities and life skills that enable us to be the best we can be.

    TBD

    Guitar Club

    Mr. Johnson
    Mr. Sosa
    Mr. Crye

    Learn to play guitar and gain new skills with experienced musicians in an informal, friendly and supportive environment.

    Wednesdays, G201

    NHS

    Ms. Nguyen

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Students participate in community service activities. Students must meet certain criteria to join.

    1st Wednesday of the month, Library

    CODING CLUB

    Ms. Rosas
    Ms. Alvarez

    The coding club is the place for students to take their interest in technology, and turn it into a productive skills. Designed for boys and girls who want to try out programming, the coding club is a fun way to learn to code in a social, after school setting.

    Thursdays, B110

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

    Mr. Johnson

    FCA is a non-denominational Christian sports ministry that focuses on Coaches, Campus, Camp and Community ministry.

    Wednesdays, lunch P34

    Student Council

    Ms. Hutchins

    Student Council is open to all 9-12 graders.  Through projects and activities, student councils work to:

    •          PROMOTE CITIZENSHIP

    •          PROMOTE SCHOLARSHIP

    •          PROMOTE LEADERSHIP

    •          PROMOTE HUMAN RELATIONS

    •          PROMOTE CULTURAL VALUES

    G216

    Scorpion Stingers

    Ms. Hutchins

    The Scorpion Stingers are our school spirit organization. We hope to bring an atmosphere that encourages team spirit and love for our Scorpions. We attend sporting events to cheer our Scorpions on!

    G216