2019-2020 Club List
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ClubFaculty AdvisorMeeting Day and Time
Meeting Location
Brief Description
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Academic Quiz TeamBrian MeeronMondays & Wednesdays, 2:30-~3:30. Competitions on Wednesdays (Dec-Feb). Occassional Saturday tournaments.Room 1309 (Mr Meeron's room)We dominate our athletic conference, our region of the state, and the nation! Quiz Team is an academic "Quiz Bowl"-style competition where other schools bow down to our prowess, and we destroy them all with knowledge and humble civility. We are the most successful program in Walnut Athletics, and don't even break a sweat. All grades welcome!
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Adventure CrewPloy Keener/Katie Sullivanone Saturday a month, TBD each month
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Animation ClubBill Schnure
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Art ClubKim Watling
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Astronomy ClubSusan Macsotai
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Backpacking ClubAllie Mondini/Katie SullivanTrips are held on pre-determined weekends throughout the school year. The club culminates the year with a week long Appalachain Trail backpacking trip to kick off summer.Pre-trip meetings held in Ms. Mondini's room: 2704.This club is currently already filled to capacity and is available to returning members only. Please email Ms. Mondini or Ms. Sullivan with further inquiries.
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Bio-Eco ClubAllie MondiniWeekly after school meetings Tuesdays: 2:30-3:30; Once-a-month Saturday morning volunteer days: 9:00-12:00Weekly meetings in Ms. Mondini's room: 2704 & Saturday mornings at Walnut Woods (on Sulsar)The bio-eco club is commited to environmental conservation and practices a "think global, act local" philosphy. Major projects include transforming the woods area adjacent to Walnut into a multi-use nature preserve, public park, and land lab.
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Black Culture ClubLisa BrokampEvery Weds. 2:45 - 3:452716 (Ms. Brokamp's roomDiscussions, speakers, volunteering events centered around Black Culture and Black communities
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Boo RadleyLiz LloydEvery Weds. 2:45 - 3:15 or 3:302715 (Mrs. Lloyd's room)The club is centered around giving out random acts of kindness. Students who are involved facilitate fundraisers (Boo Grams- Halloween), volunteer in the community, create locker notes to spread positivity and encouragement, and many more. All are welcome to join! Please see Mrs. Lloyd with any questions.
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Books For ChildrenDon Stocker
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Bring Change to MindLaura Wasem
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Calisthenics ClubLisa BrokampEvery Tuesday 2:45 - 3:302716 (or as announced)weekly workouts using body weight or free weights
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Chess ClubWill Shaw
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Chinese ClubYanPing Ji
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Christian ConnectionJennifer FayEvery Thursday 2:40 - 3:30Rm 1311Worship, Bible Study, Fellowship, Snacks
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Class of 2020Jayma George
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Class of 2020Rickey Harris
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Class of 2021Kim von Bargen
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Class of 2021Mike Miles
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Class of 2022John Caliguri
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Class of 2022Mel RiggsMeet Tues. when needed / 2:45 - 3:30Rm 2714Work with Student Congress and Fundraise $ for Prom
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Class of 2023Adries Van Der BentRoom 3717
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Class of 2023vacancy
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Class of 2024Nicole Pennekamp
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Class of 2024Sam StephensonEvery other Tuesday @2:45 - 3:302310 (Ms. Stephenson's room)Junior High Student Council
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Classics Academic TeamTara Ligon, Zoe Ligon, Nick LanderMondays enrichment, Tuesdays membership, Wednesdays Certamen; off-campus activities as announced2114
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Community Action TeamLauren Bernstein2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month: 3rd lunch and afterschool2605 (Ms. Bernstein's room)Focuses on volunteering in the local community, as well as putting on a Dance Marathon fundraiser for Caracole in the spring
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Consulting ClubKaren Rowe
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Cubing ClubRiordan
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Culinary ClubLaura Wasem
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Douglass Elementary ClubAshley Morgan
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DragonflyBarb Stewart
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E-Sports ClubNick Vose, Mike StewartTuesday 2:453204Students play and compete in video games
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Eagle BuddiesJayma George
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Fashion ClubDon Stocker
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French ClubDoreena FoxFirst Monday of each month2609
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Gender and Sexuality AllianceJohn CaliguriMondays after school2848
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German ClubMatthew Hurley2nd Wednesday of the each 2:35 - 3:252611
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Girls Who CodeMallory Kessen
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GleamBlake TaylorWeekly on Tuesdays after school from 2:40-3:30 in 2311
Room 2311 (Taylor)
Gleam is Walnut Hills' oldest club. We are dedicated to fostering a welcoming environment for people interested in creative writing and the arts. We hold weekly creative writing meetings and produce the school's literary magazine under the same name: Gleam.
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Green ClubMel Riggs & Kylie MartinodEvery Weds. 2:45 - 3:30ish Rm 2714Club primarily works on the vegetable garden pollinator gardens in the Science Courtyard. We also meet year-round working on tree propagation.
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Group Processing ClubSusan Flowers
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Hip Hop Dance ClubJayma George
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International Business Internship ProgramJim Martin
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International Thespian Society**Mike Sherman/Helen Raymond Goers
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Investment ClubShaw/Gerth/Sedgwick/Stefanou
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JETSLaurie CottonThursdays 3rd Lunch every week, Thursdays after school practices every other week, additional after school scheduled around teammate availability3703/3701Academic Engineering Team (gr 10-12), prepares for and competes in regional, state, and frequently national competition TSA TEAMS (Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science)
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KIVAKyle ScudderThursdays (bi-weekly) at third lunch3311lending to alleviate poverty
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Korean ClubMurphy
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Math CountsClaire CarsonWeekley on Tuesdays after school in room 1315 from 2:40-3:30 starting on October 8th. Room 1315Club for 7th and 8th graders to explore and practice mathematical problem-solving. School wide competitions are held in January and state wide competitions are held in February.
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Math TeamBill Gordon & Brian MeeronTuesdays, 2:40-~3:30Room 1309 (Mr Meeron's room)Practice and prepare for a multitude of in-school, community-based, state-level, and nationally-recognized competitions (such as the AMC, OHML, and OCTM). Requires thinking beyond the standard math curriculum.
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Mock Trial- HSNick VoseTuesdays-Thursday- 2:45-4:30Room 1410
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Mock Trial- Middle SchoolAlaric HarrisWednesdays 2:30-4:30Room 31157th & 8th graders learn first hand about the law & court room procedure. Guided by Mr Harris and 2 practicing attorneys, students act as lawyers & witnesses and prepare for Ohio's annual Mock Trial Showcase in Columbus.
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Model UN ClubJoe GerthThursdays after schoolRm 1111Club focuses on diplomatic affairs through preparing and participating in Model UN conferences.
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Model UN ClubSam BramlageThursdays after schoolRm 1111Club focuses on diplomatic affairs through preparing and participating in Model UN conferences.
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Modern Abolitionist Movement Dawn WolfeMonday, 3rd lunch2302
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Music NutsJohn CaliguriFridays after school2848
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Music Production ClubEd Leborgne
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National Society of Black EngineersAshley Dobbs
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Operation SmileJayma George
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Photo ClubDon Stocker
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Ping Pong ClubDave Lewis
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Programming / INTERAllianceBill Gordon
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Robotics TeamLaurie Cotton/Rocky Tekulve
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Rotary InteractPloy KeenerThursday, 2:40-3:30room 2113a service and volunteering club
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Salam ClubKelsey June-Fragle
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Sci-Fi/Fantasy ClubMel RiggsEvery Thurs. 2:45 - 3:30 Rm 2714watch and dicuss Science Fiction and Fantasy movies
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Science Olympiad- Jr HighRita Patel
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Science Olympiad- Sr HighSandee Coats-HaanWednesdays 2:45-3:30 3711Compete and rock science tournaments.
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Ski ClubJohanka Hart-Thompkins
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Ski ClubMike Miles
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Slam PoetryKyle ScudderAuditions on 10/22 & Rehearsals: Tues. - Thurs.3311Grades 7-12 compete @ area poetry slam contests
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Slavic and Russian Culture ClubJohanka Hart-Thompkins3rd Thursday of each month 2:35 - 3:252611
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Spanish ClubKathleen Wilke
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Step TeamLisa BrokampEvery Mon, Tues and some Thurs 2:45 - 4:30Rm 2716 or in the Forum - as announced
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Student Congress AdvisorKathy Noland First Tuesday of the monthRecital HallStudent governing body
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Student Council AdvisorKathy Noland First Tuesday of the monthRecital HallStudent governing body
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Student NewspaperSam Gerwe-PerkinsThursday-all 3 lunches, some Tuesdays 2:30-5Rm 2306Create content for the student newspaper, The Chatterbox
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Students Demand ActionKelsey June-Fragle
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Students Together Assisting RefugeesJohanka Hart-ThompkinsFridays 3rd lunch starting in October2611
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SURGELauren PostaThursday after school until 3:301412 (Ms. Posta's Room)Focuses on openly discussing gender issues and fundraising for non profits that support women. The goal of the club is to promote gender equality at Walnut and in the local community.
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Sustainability ClubMark Hermann
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Tabletop Gaming ClubPeggy GroeberWednesdays 2:40 - 3:40Faculty Dining RoomA club where we play DnD, Magic the Gathering and boardgames afterschool with friends to relax from our daily school lives.
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The Culture Club (formerly Jewish Culture Club)Susan Donnett3111 (Mrs. Donnett's roomOpen to all. We celebrate the culture and customs of the Middle East and Judaism--sponsor the Holocaust speaker, the exchange students from Israel, dancing, cooking, trips to various events in town. Goal is for better understanding of our background to lead to more peace in our community/world.
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Unified for Uganda vacancy?
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We Dine TogetherAnna Tewell
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WOOSHBill Valenzano
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YearbookSam Gerwe-PerkinsThursday-all 3 lunches, some Tuesdays 2:30-5Rm 2306Create content for the student yearbook, The Remembrancer
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Yoga ClubRobbie BoshearsWednesdays 2:45-3:30 The ForumClub meets to do yoga, meditate, and relax
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Youth Philanthropy CouncilSam StephensonEvery other Wednesday @2:45-3:45pm2310 (Ms. Stephenson's room)Charity work (we give a grant to a non-profit of student choosing of $1,000 at the end of the year). We also do: research, fundraising, non-profit visits, and volunteering. Partnered with non-profit Magnified Giving to receive thefunds for our starting grant amount.
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