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Staff MemberClub NameDays for MeetingsTimesRequirements/ Prerequisite/Overview
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Alexander, Michael & Burleson, TessaWSHS FFAThird Tuesday of each month3:15 p.m. untilFFA dues $25 (regional, state & national dues requirement), interest in agriculture
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Amy BrundageStudent CouncilTuesdays room 2121st lunchstudent survey and spirit poster
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Karen BrownColt CraziesFridays as needed11:00:00School Spirit club to increase student involvement in all WSHS activities :)
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Brent MessengerTri-M Honor Society1st Thursday of the month2nd lunchThe national honor society for secondary music students. This club focuses on the advancement of American music and other musical forms through service, performance and scholarship. Dues $10, must be enrolled in a music course, must be at least a sophomore with with a 3.0 cumulative GPA as well as a B or higher in a music course.
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Tina CarterJETSRm 225 Wed. as needed; first lunch11:05-11:30$5.00 dues. Trebuchet, bridge and robot competitions at UNCC.
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Adam Storms & Steven Huneycutt & Allan PoppoSkillsUSA1st Friday of the month11:00-11:55$25.SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. SkillsUSA helps each student excel.
SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. It was formerly known as VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America).

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Jeff HansenQuiz BowlTBDvarious times and days; after school on many FridaysStudents must take an exam to try out for the team. Students will compete in trivia of many subjects and categories. Grades 11-12
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Wes TuckerWest Stanly PlayersTBDEnrolled in theatre class either semester, previous enrollment in class.One of the oldest clubs at WSHS has been active since 1970. The West Stanly Players produce two major productions a year along with various smaller shows. Students may focus on all areas of the theatre including acting and performance, vocal and dance, as well as stage craft and carpentry, sound design and mixing, lighting design and electrics, painting, costumes, and public relations.Students must be in Theatre I, II, III, or IV during the 1st or 2nd semester in order to participate in club activities
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Billie Jean Snuggs & Penny BreslinDIY Art ClubFridays 11:00 - 12:00No dues - students create art items of their choice based upon Holidays or personal interests. We do a lot of recycled art work, and possibly some yarn craft.
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Kathy HighSAVEsecond Tuesday of each month - second lunch11:30 - 12:00$5 basic dues; $15 if they want a t-shirt; interesed in alternative ways to address violence issues; ways to help students stay drug and alcohol free; and against texting and driving.
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Kathy HighChessMonday, Thursday, Friday- room 219 second lunch No real meeting - just time to play the game11:30-12:00no dues - students to learn the game of chess and challenge other students and teachers to play
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Mark RowlesHunter Safety TeamWill meet in room 203, second lunch, Fridays11:30-12:00Will focus on the NC Hunter Safety Competition, studying the NC Hunter Safety Handbook, shooting tips, etc.
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Kayla TeeterMedical Science ClubMU-4 Wed as needed 2nd lunch11:00-11:30$10 dues; community service; blood drive; school awareness of health related issues; BP checks at school events
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Christi Edwards SAT review TBA- before SAT on Oct5
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Mr. HoneycuttSpanish ClubEvery two weeks Thursday11:30-12:00Create ideas, attend events, and explore other potential educational opportunities that expand the understanding and overall experience of Hispanic culture using Spanish language skills learned in previous Spanish classes. A minimum requirement of successful completion of Spanish I is required to participate.
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Mrs. Schneider/Dana BurlesonStretch and Tone ClassM, Tues, W in MU-211:30-12:00Work core, upper and lower body with workouts. As well as, gain flexibility through stretching
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Various StaffGym/Rec SportsM-F11:00-12:00Participate in various Recreational activities provided in the gym
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John ThompsonFBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)Every Friday11:00-12:00, after school, weekends as needed Develop leadership skills, business and career skills in all students who choose to join. Through competition, education and community service our members have advantages over the normal student. We hope to bring West Stanly back to the top in North Carolina, where we have over 30 state first place winners in the last decade and have twice been named state Chapter of the Year out of over 200 high school chapters. Besides attending a dozen national conferences, our students have donated hundreds of community service hours in the last few years.
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Jeff Hansen ANIME ClubTHURS11:00-12:00Students watch, discuss, and draw Japanese animation. Students will compete in Yugioh competitions. Open to all grades.
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SMSgt ZunigaAFJROTC Tue & Wed, Fri11:00-12:00Enhance leadership skills, and teamwork. Prepare fro drill competitions, organize as well as do community services. This is open to all cadets regardless of their level within our group. Somedays we will meet afterschool, depending on upcoming events. No fee
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Ashlea Watkins and Jessica HargestNational Honor SocietyTuesdays Lunch B11::28-11:55Students are inducted at the end of their junior year. To be eligible, students must have a cumulative GPA of 4.0, taken Eng II, III, and IV Honors, be enrolled or taken Chem I Honors, Pre-Cal Honors, and have no behaviorial or legal infractions. The role of the members is to serve as mentors, examples and support of the student body and the community at-large. Service hours are required to be completed during the school year.
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Jeff HansenDebate ClubFriday Lunch A11:00-11:30Students will debate various issues and topics; grades 10-12
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Brent MessengerJazz BandWednesday (Spring Semester Only)3:30-5:00Students will engage in musical enrichment through the music of jazz. This allows students to play a different style of music and allows the students to sign brighter within a smaller ensemble. This ensemble also does so community outreach, such as playing at nursing homes
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Vanessa Shields & Traci FlemingFCAMondays 7:00pm & 1 or 2 Mondays during 2nd lunch FCA focuses on equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
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Mimi CottonPhotography ClubFirst Monday of each month11:00-11:30General photography skills and photoshop. In addition, club members will help in covering events in and out of school to be contributed to the yearbook. Photo credits will be given to each in the book.
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Colleen LambertCYI (Youth Commision International)Wednesdays11:30-12:00Youth Commission clubs are student-led gatherings on Middle and High School campuses to pray and study God's Word with the goal of shining the light of Jesus and showing authentic love to every student.
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