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HELIAS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES -- FALL 2018
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Academic Team is comprised of students from all grades. This is a MSHSAA event culminating with district, sectional, and state tournaments for qualifying teams. Players can also qualify for the national tournament. There is a JV team and a Varsity team. Students can earn a varsity letter through their participation. Practices are held twice a week in Room 111 and 114 from 3:00-4:00 pm (Mon. & Thurs.) and begin in October and goes into April (May for Varsity). Most of the tournaments are on Saturdays. These will start in November and continue through the spring. Team is very flexible as many of our members play on other sports throughout the year.Hannah Cavanaughhcavanaugh@heliascatholic.com
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Archery Team - Sign ups at the end of November. Practices will begin upon return from Christmas break through the end of March. Practice on Monday mornings at 7:30 am and Wednesday mornings at 6:30 am.Shannon Block, 694-3377 or Steve Schaefer 680-5307leeblock71@gmail.com
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Art Club makes projects such as book binding, jute jugs, batik & so much more! Meetings are the third Thursday of each month from 3:00 - 4:00pm. Each month there will be a different project. Depending on the project that month there will be minor member costs to cover the supplies used. You do not have to currently be in an art class to participate.Ms. Jerica Huntjhunt@heliascatholic.com
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Campus Ministry Crew is for students to grow in faith and service. Students will be invited to do community service once a month and given the opportunity to grow in faith. They will also have the opportunity to take on leadership roles at all school masses, mission trips and faith events offered by the school. This program runs all year. Maureen Quinnmgquinn@heliascatholic.com
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Cheerleading goes all year round. The girls cheer for Football and basketball. We held tryouts in April this year. We practice 2-3 times a week during the summer time, and will practice twice a week during the school year. Once homecoming becomes closer, we will increase our practice schedule. We currently have 18 cheerleaders on Varsity. Over half of our girls have competitive cheerleading experience and also partipcate in competitive cheer teams on the side. A couple of our girls also participate in other sports at Helias.Chelsea Schnieders, Head Coachcschnieders@heliascatholic.com
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Chess Club - One of the great Masters of Chess once said… “I don't believe in psychology. I believe in good moves. All that matters on the chessboard is good moves. I like the moment when I break a man's ego.” (Bobby Fischer). Chess is war. Men and women have fought battles since the dawn of creation. Come to Chess Club and learn to fight fairly, with skill and poise. Learn to think ahead so that you learn to make good decisions in Chess and Life. Join us this year... We will send another team to state and we will do better than last year (With God’s Help)! Meetings will be before school on Mondays at 8:15am in the library. Matt Plankmplant@heliascatholic.com
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Club International - All students are welcome! Each month we pick a different country to highlight at our meeting. There is a $10 fee to join the club and some other costs are required at various times (for example, if we go to a restaurant, each member would pay for their own meal). There are leadership opportunities available for all grade levels.
Meetings are once a month. Google classroom code: 916dd75
Hannah McAllisterhmcallister@heliascatholic.com
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Cycling Club offers a wide range of opportunities for cyclists of all abilities to get out and enjoy the world on two wheels. Our rides include the City’s Greenways, the Katy Trail, the mountain bike trails at Binder Park, City streets, low volume County roads, and even parades. More often than not the rides include time to socialize with stops for ice cream, doughnuts, or even a camp fire with S’mores. Rides are generally held on Saturday mornings four or five times each semester, and you are welcome to join in at any time. All rides are led by a cycling instructor certified by the League of American Cyclists.David Bangedbange@jeffcitymo.org
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Dance Team - The Helias Dance Explosion dances at all home football games and boys/girls basketball games to promote school spirit, pride, and loyalty. The team also dances at various events within the community to represent Helias Catholic. The team competes at the regional and state level. The team begins practice in July and practices 3-4 times a week until the end of February. During the summer, the team practices from 6:30-8:30 am, and during the school year practices from 3:00-5:00 pm, with an occasional morning practice. Julia Cowleyhcdanceexplosion@gmail.com
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Disney Club is for anyone and everyone who loves Disney: the movies, the channel, the Man, the Mouse, songs, Broadway shows! We gather every first Friday of the month to watch a Disney flick and discuss the movie. The movie selections are based on a theme determined by the student membership. There is a fee of $5 per semester to cover the cost of food and snacks on movie days. We are looking to add a service project: character parade at Women and Children's hospital this year. We also hope to plan a Field Trip to the childhood home of Walt Disney which is Marceline, MO! Meetings are every first Friday of the month (except when conflicts with holiday weekend). Third Fridays for other activities like trivia games, Disney karaoke, Kahoots! Various theatrical releases at the movies or on the local stage. There will be a meet and greet morning within the first couple weeks of school, to select a t-shirt design and pass out calendars for the year. There will also be a need to select a committee to join. We start watching films the second Friday in September as the first Friday is Labor Day weekend. Enrollment is always open throughout the year and you are always welcome to bring a friend!!Christina Bockwinkel-Baker (faculty sponsor); Emily Esken & Hannah Dolan (student leadership)cbaker@heliascatholic.com
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Fishing Team is a competitive team that fishes with the National Youth Fishing Association. The website is http://nationalyouthfishingassociation.com/. It is a Springtime activity. Team members CAN be on other sports or activity teams and still compete for the fishing team. All levels of fishing skill and knowledge are welcome! The cost varies depending on how much students want to spend on equipment - although the program has quite a bit of equipment that we loan out for free. Rules and cost of the Teen Anglers circuit can be found at teenanglers.net . Any further questions can be sent to Mr. Malmstrom's email. Meetings are every other week in the spring. The program is from March through June.Chip Malmstromcmalmstrom@heliascatholic.com
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Founders’ Club is a group of high school students involved in service to others based on the teachings of St. John Baptist de la Salle and St. Theresa of Jesus Gerhardinger. It is open to all Helias Catholic students. We will have short meetings announcing projects as well as group prayer services or Mass. We ask that each member make an effort to do at least three projects throughout the school year. All service hours may be used for graduation service hour requirements. We ask that students pay a $5.00 joining fee to cover incidentals that may come up. Meetings are throughout the year; as needed before the school day to discuss events. We will then provide the service after school.Sue Bruemmer, Denise Noonan, Ron Vossensbruemmer@heliascatholic.com
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French Club is for students studying French and any other student who is interested in the language and culture! Once a month, we meet to do a French related activity to enrich our understanding of one of the world's most prominent cultures. Past activities include: French Movie Pyjama Night, Mardi Gras Party, and Beret Decorating. We have a lot in store for this year! Meetings are once a month through the school year. Google Classroom code: iyn8m7.Hannah McAllisterhmcallister@heliascatholic.com
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French Honor Society - Starting the second semester of French II, students are eligible to apply for La Societé Honoraire de Français. Students must meet high academic standards and wish to grow stronger in their study of French through this group. Meetings are once a month through the school year.Hannah McAllisterhmcallister@heliascatholic.com
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Helias Classics Club was formed in November 2016. It is the goal of the Classics Club to provide meaningful activities for students, as they decide, related to classical studies (ancient Rome and Greece literature, culture, mythology, etc.). Activities, selected by members of the Club, will include:
*Discussions/presentations on the topic of mythology
*Food preparation instruction
*Basic instruction in classical Greek language, especially in the classical Greek
alphabet and basic vocabulary
*Greek Olympics
*Performing scenes from ancient literature/history
*Lessons on how to make a personal toga
*Construction of a chariot for use in club activities *Food preparation instruction
*Watching appropriate movies that will improve knowledge of the culture (e.g., Ben-Hur)
*Whatever other appropriate activities the members wish to participate in.
The Latin Class/Classics Club Annual Awards Dinner is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday, April 23, 2019, to observe the 2,772nd anniversary of the founding of Rome and to award students who have excelled in the National Latin Exam. Parents and family members will be invited. For more information, call or text the Helias Classics Club Moderator, Mark Rehagen, at 573-680-2520.
Mark Rehagenmrehagen@heliascatholic.com
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Invention Crew for those who have an idea for a great invention, or have an idea how to make something you already have even better? Well, here’s your chance! We meet throughout the year to help you develop and create your invention. With the help of the Boys Scouts “Invention Lab”, we have access to top-of-the-line technology. For example; we have access to an epilog laser, digitizers, CNC routers and millers, Shop-bot, 3D printers and much more! Invention ideas can range from sports equipment, medical devices, electronics, clothing and accessories, household items, to nearly anything else you can think of. You don’t need an invention of your own to join. We will work in small groups as a team to create and build your invention, so if you are creative and like to build things you are perfect for the Invention Crew! Meetings are after school once a week.Steve Wilsonswilson@heliascatholic.com
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Junior High Robotics Program is a feeder program to invite parochial school 6th - 8th grade students into a FLL(FIRST Lego League) team competition that will precedes the FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) program that we run with the high school. The program members mentor at times. We hope to eventually gain enough interest to send some or all of this team back to the middle schools with professional development and teacher education. Meetings are at least once a week during the season of mid-July until November from 5:30 - 7:00 pm. Open lab nights and camps are possible in the spring and summer depending on interest. For more information, visit https://sites.google.com/heliascatholic.com/heliasrobotics. Melissa Rockersmrockers@heliascatholic.com
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National Honor Society recognizes seniors and juniors who have distinguished themselves in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. As its name implies, NHS is a nationwide organization under the auspices of the National Association of Secondary School Principals. Earning this distinction denotes excellence. Juniors apply in the spring semester. There are no set meetings, meetings are held when necessary. There is a monthly mass that is required for all members to attend. Jan Heislenjheislen@heliascatholic.com
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Ping Pong Club provides paddles, ping pong balls and tables. Students are welcome to bring their own equipment. Tennis shoes are encouraged. There is no cost associated with the Ping Pong Club. Just show up and have fun! Program runs all year. Meetings are held in the gym every Monday that is a 9:00 AM start. The club starts at 7:30 and ends at 8:30. Students can be late or leave early.Chip Malmstromcmalmstrom@heliascatholic.com
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Robotics Team builds and programs robots for the FTC Robotics Challenge. The Robotics team also participates in outreach programs for middle school robotics and participates in service projects. Robotics is from August to May. Meetings are Monday & Friday from 3:00-5:30 pm although days and times may be adjusted throughout the year.Tim Backes, Melissa Rockerstbackes@heliascatholic.com
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SADD (Students against Destructive Decisions) will offer events that foster good decision making, provide guest speakers, and give awareness to students. Fee is $5.00. Maureen Quinnmgquinn@heliascatholic.com
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Shotgun Sports Team was founded in 2015 and is open to all Helias Catholic Students who have an interest in the various disciplines of clay target shooting. Students do not need to have experience or equipment to start. The coaching staff will educate and help determine the best equipment needed for anyone who is interested but doesn't know where to begin. Students practice mostly Trap but also learn and compete in Skeet, Sporting Clays and 5 stand. There are scholarship opportunities available through ATA, SCTP and Colleges with Shotgun Sport Teams. This is also a sport you can earn a varsity letter in. Practices are once a week (Thursday evenings) seasonally in fall and spring with some competition dates in June. It is highly recommended that you sign up in the Fall even if you can not practice or compete until Spring, however as long as there are open spots available in Spring we will have a Spring sign up. Most Competitions are Saturday mornings. Fall shooting: August - November. Spring Shooting: February - June.Ed TwehousEd.twehous@twehous.com
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Speech Team is comprised of students in grades 9-12. It is a MSHSAA event and therefore a participant may earn a varsity letter by competing on the team. There are a variety of categories in which to compete ranging from serious to humorous, memorized or non-memorized, copyrighted or individually created material. We typically compete in 7 to 8 regular contests, in addition to the district competition in March. Taking part in the Speech team is a great way to gain confidence in meeting and speaking to others! The ability to communicate well is an extremely important life skill. Practices are scheduled at the convenience of the competitor and moderator either before or after school. Competitions are on Saturdays. Some group practices are scheduled before and/or after school. We begin in late October and attend regular meets until the end of February. Districts are in March for those who qualify, and the State competition is in April for those advancing out of Districts.Sharon Criderscrider@heliascatholic.com
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Spring Musical welcomes all students to be a part of the performance, either on stage or backstage as a part of the stage crew, light or sound crew along with costume and makeup. In previous years, we had up to 100 students involved in some capacity along with 20-25 grade school students. The Spring Musical of 2019 is Footloose. Auditions will be in December. The musical will be held at Miller Performing Arts Center on March 8, 9,10, 2019. Look for more information on our website under Spring Musical. Rehearsals take place every Sunday from 12 noon until 5 pm starting in December. The last two weeks before the performance will be at Miller Performing Arts Center. Ron Vossen, Production Manager; Amy Prenger, Directorrvossen@heliascatholic.com
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STEM Club is a gathering of students that meets regularly in an informal environment to work on inquiry-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) related activities. The STEM Club invites speakers from various STEM fields to provide information to the students, the students also do hands-on activities and there are opportunities for students to participate in field trips outside of school.
STEM Club Goals:
1. To provide students of Helias Catholic High School with college and career readiness in the area of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
2. To provide students with the opportunity to experience various career fields that they had not considered or were not aware of in the STEM disciplines.
3. To promote student engagement, stimulate and provide enrichment opportunities for students to apply knowledge outside of the classroom, give students the opportunities to further and perhaps deeper exploration of STEM disciplines as a field of study or career option. monthly meetings after school from 3 pm to 4:30 pm. STEM Club meetings begin in fall of each school year and continue throughout the school year.
Mrs. Joyce Lamb is the faculty sponsor and the meetings are held in her room. (Room 109)
Ramona Huckstep, 573-619-8657rhuckstep@mocities.com
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Student Ambassadors will represent Helias Catholic by giving tours to visitors ranging from Jr. High students all the way to Class Reunion tours. This is a great way to learn more about the history of Helias, and to improve your leadership and public speaking skills. Students will be expected to be available to help both during the school day periodically and at some weekend and evening events as they are available. Students will also talk about what makes Helias a great school to attend, and the clubs and activities in which they participate. Students are also expected to welcome and assist both incoming freshmen and new upperclassmen as they learn how to navigate Helias. Tips and information on how to be a student ambassador are provided. Please contact Sandy Hentges if you are interested. Sandy Hentgesshentges@heliascatholic.com
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Student Council is a group of students elected by their peers to address issues of concern and organize student events and activities that increase school spirit as well as raise funds and support local organizations. Student Council promotes leadership and fosters an environment to empower young adults to voice their concerns and ideas. Meetings are once a week and run throughout the calendar year.Elizabeth Twymanetwyman@heliascatholic.com
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Tri-M is an international music honor society and service organization designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership. Students apply for membership in August and attend meetings and participate in service projects throughout the year. Students chosen for Tri-M show outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Students must be enrolled in a music class to participate in Tri-M Honor Society. Meetings will be scheduled after new members are accepted and a variety of service activities will be scheduled.Jana Foxjafox@heliascatholic.com
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Young Republicans Club involves conservative values for the sustaining of the American Dream. All are welcome. Meetings are once a week before school from 7:20-7:45.
•Club Objectives: to discuss modern issues and problem solve the issues
•Club Fees: 5$
•Location of Meetings: Room 134
•How to sign up: show up at a meeting. We meet one morning a week from 7:20-7:45am during the school year.
Brad Hakebhake@heliascatholic.com
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