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Club/OrganizationPurpose/Goal of the GroupMeeting Dates/TimesStaff Sponsor
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Academic DecathlonThe group is given a theme each year. They have various academic competitions surrounding that theme. The theme this year is Africa.8:15-8:45 AM, Every other Friday
E211
Sadaf Syed
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Academic UILStudents compete with one another and are are challenged to acquire higher levels of knowledge and to confront issues of importance, mastering specific skills.D222 (Teams will meet in various locations depending on the sub-team coach)Jason Taylor
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Alpha Omega To equip the minds of students with a passion and knowledge for Christ while also providing opportunities to serve the school and community.Mondays, 7:30-8:30 PM
801 Rutledge Lane
Teresa Dodson
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ASL Honor SocietyThe purpose is to recognize high school achievement in American Sign Language and to promote interest in ASL studies.B110Edward Bart
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Athletic TrainingStudent are able to assist the campus staff trainers by tending to athletes with sports related injuries. Lovejoy courseDaily Susan Smiley, Jonathan Stinson
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BandLovejoy courseDaily
F113
Paul Heuer, Head Director
Daniel King, Assistant Director
Nathan Lewis, Percussion Director
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BaseballLovejoy courseDailyJason Wilson
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Basketball - BoysLovejoy courseDailyKyle Herrema
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Basketball - GirlsLovejoy courseDailyLance Boxell
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Black Culture SocietyStudents connect with people who are alike and can be themselves. All students are invited to join, as wellWednesdays, 4:30 PM
Student's Home
Jenay Sherman
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BowlingThis is currently a club that is attempting to become a UIL sponsored group.Practices- Mondays, 8:00-10:00 PM Allen Bowl
Meetings- Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 PM
B116
Crystal Smith, Head Coach
Karyn Prince, Assistant Coach
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CheerleadersLovejoy courseDaily
E130
Shelly Wiggins
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Chess ClubAn interactive environment for students of all skill levels of chess.Tuesdays, 8:15- 8:40 AM
B234
Ray Cooper
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Chinese National Honor SocietyThe purpose is to recognize high school achievement in Chinese and to promote interest in Asian studies.Monthly
B110
Wei Shi
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ChoirLovejoy courseDaily
E111
Cathy Koziatek, Head Director
Kelly D'Souza, Assistant Director
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Color GuardLovejoy courseDaily
F113
David Sadler
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Creative Writing ClubStudents who enjoy writing will sharpen their skills through group critiques, writing tips and games and practice. Students will grow as writers will increase their chances of winning writing contests by learning what competitions are looking for.Thursdays, 4:30-5:00 PM
Library
Cheryl Anderson
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Cross CountryLovejoy courseDailyGreg Christensen
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DECAPrepares emerging leaders and entrepeneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the state.2 times a month, Wednesdays, 4:15-5:00 PM
D210
Bruce Dillow
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Edible Insect ClubSpread Awareness of the benefits of insects as a protein source and to experiment with recipes.Tuesdays/Thursdays, 4;20-5:00 PM
B225
Andrew Stallings
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Engineering/ Robotics ClubStudents focus on the design and implementation of engineering ideas and robots.Monday-Thursday 4:15-5:00 PM
Lab B121
Brian Liddington
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Environmental ClubStudents are dedicated to environmentally friendly activities.Thursdays, 8:00-8:45 AM
B229
Pam Brooks
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ESportsStudents are united as gamers to compete against other schools in the state. Schools can benefit from this by advertisements by Twitch and YouTube.Daily
Virtual Meetings
Lindsay Stone
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)Dedicated to fellowship, fun, friends, and JesusMondays, 7:00-8:00 PM
Varies
Karen Dishman
Seth Vansell
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Film ClubExposes students to movies regarded for their artistic and educational merit. Students will vote on what to watch next.Fridays, 4:30-6:30 PM
D207
Will Yaegar
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Fishing ClubStudents enjoy discussion and ideas surrounding fishing.E207Mike Eaton
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FootballLovejoy courseDaily
Football Field
Todd Ford
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French CircleStudents participate in fun activities related to the French curriculum.B102Lisa Diena
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French Honor SocietyThe purpose is to recognize high school achievement in French and to promote interest in French studies.B102Lisa Diena
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Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)Students are dedicated to improving the school climate and to spread love and acceptance for all genders, identity, race, ethnicity, and religionB115Lindsay Stone
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GolfLovejoy courseDailyBrent Moseley
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Hammock ClubStudents spend time meeting others with the same interests while relaxing and enjoying nature.Daily, 8:15-8:45 AM
D115
Jason Eairheart
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Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)Promotes career opportunities in the health care industry and enhances the delivery of quality health care to all people. Lovejoy course. DailyTina Basinger
Susan Smiley
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Hockey
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Indian Culture ClubStudents will learn about all Indian culture and will share their experiences. All students who are interested in learning and meeting new people are welcome to attend.Tuesdays, 4:20-5:00 PM
Library Collaboration Space
Van Tran
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International ClubStudents work to understand and appreciate all cultures and backgrounds.2nd Thursday of each month
Library
Pam Brooks
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International Thespian Society (ITS Troupe)Honor society for secondary school theatre students that is granted for the performance of meritorious work in theatre arts.MonthlyTim Doyle
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Junior World Affairs Council (JWAC)Students bring awareness and cross-cultural understanding to the North Texas community and interpret distinguished international global events. Students will be able to participate in inter/intra-regional competitions.Every other week
D115
Jasen Eairheart
Tamara Sakuda
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Key ClubStudents perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives in addition to learning leadership skills.Amanda Beller
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KEYSChristian based group focused on reading the Bible together, discussing different topics, and inspiring others to make a difference in their community.ThursdaysPending Sponsor
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LacrosseDavid Diaz
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Lonely Readers Book ClubStudents make friends and venture out of their book genre boundaries all the while eating book themed foods. (Senior project)Fridays, 4:15-5:00 PM
Library
Emma McDonald
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Lovejoy BuddiesStudents assist peers with special needs at Lovejoy.DailySherria Bracey
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Lovejoy Music MedicineMusic is scientifically proven to have therapeutic benefits to people of all ages. The club seeks to share melodious music with those who may not otherwise have the accessibility, including children with disabilities and seniors adults in residential assisted living homes at Mustang Creek Estates and Garnet Hill Rehabilitation Home.Various Meeting Times
Email tang_anthony@lovejoyisd.com
Joey Sloan
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Lovejoy News NetworkStudents produce a number of video pieces for the school broadcast and online.Daily
E103
Corey Hale
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Lovejoy UnscriptedTheatre Improv Troupe, has 12 students that rehearse once a week and perform 5 shows a year.Tim Doyle
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MajesticsLovejoy courseE130Jen Morrow
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Mock TrialStudents participate in rehearsed trials to learn about the legal system in a competitive manner.D225Homa Lewis
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National Honor SocietyStudents have an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy leadership and encourage the development of character among the student body.Monthly
B115
Teresa Dodson
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Newspaper (The Red Ledger)Students work to create online articles focusing on campus events and activities. Lovejoy course.Daily
E103
Corey Hale
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OrchestraLovejoy courseDailyJoey Sloan
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Our Living Planet ClubStudents discuss bringing awareness to problems regarding living things of Earth. Discussions about endangered species, human poverty, & population and helping our changing environment will take place.Every Other Wednesday, 4:20-5:00 PM
D119
Lindsay Hamilton
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Paintball ClubUnite students in fun with an active sport. The goal is to set up a national registered NCPA paintball team.1st Wednesday of each month, 4:15-5:00 PM
Classroom
Saturdays, 10:00AM-12:00 PM
Fort Paintball
Pending Sponsor
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PALSStudents are dedicated to helping new enrollees adjust to campus life at Lovejoy. Lovejoy course.B210
Daily
Kyle Herrema
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Philosophy ClubStudents can have a place to persue thought, allow their thoughts to be heard, and to respectfully discuss thought. Meetings will range from discussions to lessons to forums all about philosophies. Wednesdays, 4:20-5:00 PM
D115
Jason Earheart
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PowerliftingConsists of three attempts at maximal weight on three lifts: squat, bench press, and deadlifting.DailyZack Smith
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Soccer - BoysLovejoy courseDailyAlex Duran
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Soccer - GirlsLovejoy courseDailyJohn Baker
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SoftballLovejoy courseDailyJeff Roberts
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Spanish ClubStudents participate in fun activities related to the Spanish curriculum.Wednesdays 8:15-8:45, 4:15-5:00
B106
Seth Sartain
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Spanish Honor SocietyThe purpose is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and to promote interest in Hispanic studies.Wednesdays 8:15-8:45, 4:15-5:00
B106
Seth Sartain
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Speech and Debate TeamStudents compete in various speech and debate tournaments around the metroplex. Lovejoy course.Daily
B203
Tami Parker
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Student CouncilStudents have been elected to represent the student body tn various campus decision making needs and events. Lovejoy course. Daily, 5th Period
E210
Theresa Dollinger
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Students Teach Students (STS)Students in need of academic help receive peer guidance outside of the normal tutoring schedules of teachers. Upperclassmen may sign up to tutor underclassmen.Based on sign up sheet in library
Students is a tutoring group and they don't usually meet as a big group, instead they meet for study & tutoring sessions at different times & in different places.
Emma McDonald
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SwimmingLovejoy courseDailyMatt Franks
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TennisLovejoy courseDailyAdam Cherry
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Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE)Allows students to explore the ideas behind becoming the teaching profession.Classes Mondays, Fridays
B124
Traci Verdery
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The Oceania ClubProvides knowledge about Oceanic culture as well as service opportunities. First Tuesday of each month, 8:00- 8:45 AM
B115
Lindsay Stone
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TheatreLovejoy courseDailyJessica Brewster
Tim Doyle
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Track & FieldLovejoy courseDailyLogan Kelly
Tim Denton
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VolleyballLovejoy courseDailyJason Nicholson
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World Culture OrganizationUnite the Asian and Non-Asian Community within Lovejoy High School. Talk about political events that are occuring in Asian countries. Start necessity drive to donate to the less fortunate.Every other Tuesday, 4:15-5:20 PM
Library Back Room
Emma McDonald
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WrestlingLovejoy courseDailyMike Eaton
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YearbookStudents work to create the yearbook commemorating the school events of the school year. Lovejoy course.DailyRebecca Pollard
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Young Democrats of America (YDA)Students work to ensure that an open, civil dialog can be formed between students of all political leanings on campus so as to prepare students for civic life as adults after high school.Twice a month
E108
Amanda Beller
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