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WELCOME TO HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
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2018 - 2019 CLUBS & STUDENT ACTIVITIES
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Most HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted internally on HHS Channel 20
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ORGANIZATIONADVISOR(S)INFORMATIONGOAL
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AFTER SCHOOL WEIGHT ROOMRobert Herman James McFarlandWork on your strength and conditioning after school in the weight room.
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ART & MIXED MEDIA CLUBLynne MoundMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This club was created for artists interested in honing their craft and help promote sharing and appreciation of different types of art.
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BAND COUNCILJules Haran Nick ClippertonMondays before or after schoolStudent-run group to foster communication and cooperation in band.
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CHESS CLUBJonathan GrossMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Learn to play, or hone your skills at chess.
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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING CLUB
Rod SmithMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Join fellow students interested in learning computer programming and its applications.
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DANCE TEAM
Kristin Commune and Debra Rooyakkers
Most HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20A cost effective way for students to experience and continue to participate in a variety of dance forms.
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DRAMA /THEATER CLUBVacantMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20The Drama/Theater club meets periodically throughout the year to assist in production of the Spring and Fall plays, announcements giving details of upcoming events.
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING CLUBRoderick SmithMeets every other WednesdayThe mission of this club is to enlighten minds on the potential and importance of electrical engineering to society.
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FAMILY, CAREER & COMMUNITY (FCCLA)Jessica Hagood Emily MannMeet every other Tuesday before and after school in room 510FCCLA stands for Family, Career & Community Leaders of America. It is a career and technical student organization related to Family & Consumer Sciences Education with family as its central focus. FCCLA participates in leadership building, community service, competitive events and career exploration.
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FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETESJames McFarland and Paul JohnsonHuddles take place on Wednesdays at 7:00am in Rm 115The purpose of FCA is to provide a weekly huddle where students of multi-denominational faiths can meet.
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FRENCH CLUBSue Calamoneri and Ellen ReissMeets alternate Tues. in room 211The French Club is open to students of all levels of French. Members of the French Club will watch video clips and movies, listen to music, eat food, and play games reflecting the French language and culture. The group also communicates with pen pals.
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FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS CLUB
Kim LoschMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20FBLA is designed to provide students with better exposure to the world of business. Students who wish to further expand their knowledge of business or simply pursue their interests are encouraged to join.
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FUTURE MEDICAL LEADERS OF AMERICAJanet Billey Karen RandazzoEvery other Wednesday in room 806Future Medical Leaders of America is a non-sponsored, independent club intended to benefit the Hillsborough High School community. The aim of this club is to raise awareness and discuss various interesting topics and opportunities in the healthcare field.
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GAMING CLUBDarrick Jones
Meets once a week on Tuesdays, after school
Are you a gamer? Do you live in the virtual world? If so, test your skills at the Gaming Club.
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GAY-STRAIGHT ALLIANCEMark WisseMeets Wednesday's in room 225GSA invites all students to work together to develop understanding and acceptance of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals at HHS and in society as a whole.
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GERMAN CLUBSviatlana Khalpukova
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GET CONNECTEDRebecca Balaguer & Beth MoranBased on recommendation students are paired with a staff member who has volunteered to serve as mentor based on mutual interest and/or availability To strengthen a student’s connection to school, which may in turn strengthen a student’s performance and attitude toward school.
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HIGH SCHOOL DEMOCRATS OF AMERICA (HSDA)Elisabeth SteinbruckMeetings dates are still to be determined. Check the TV Monitor announcements for upcoming meetings.We are a chapter of the High School Democrats of America. HSDA is a national political organization that serves as an entry point to Democratic politics for youth activists from across the country. HSDA dedicates its time to three primary sectors of engagement: informing, participating, and organizing. HSDA is entirely student run and members have the chance to open new doors through their involvement in projects and events.
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INTERNATIONAL YOUTH NEUROSCIENCE ASSOCIATIONLinda GarrisonAnnouncements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20
Meetings are held weekly after school
IYNA is a club for students interested in neuroscience. Weekly meetings will include neuroscience lessons, demonstrations, lab experiments, guest speakers and the discussion of topics in the field of neuroscience.
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iSTEMJerry SilverMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20
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LOUD SPEAKERS CLUBMelissa BlevinsMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This club is designed to foster the improvement and confidence in public speaking
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MEDICAL MINDSJanet Billey Karen RandazzoMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20
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MIND GAMESKaren RandazzoMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20
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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTSRobert FensterITV room before and during AdvisoryStudents broadcast morning announcements to students, faculty and staff. Student announcers are selected through a tryout process and meet every morning in the ITV studio in the Library.
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MOUNTAIN SKI CLUB (Friday Night Ski Club)Nicole Moretti
Watch/ listen/ check email for announcements
This club gathers to ski on Friday nights throughout the winter
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OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING CLUBRob HermanMeets every day from 2:30 - 4:30 in the Pole Barn Weight room. To join, see Mr. Herman in 715The Olympic Weightlifting Club is an organization affiliated with USAW, a national organization training athletes to compete in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting at the Olympics. Safety, overall fitness and strength training are stressed in a fun, yet competitive setting. There are weightlifiting competitions which participants may attend and compete with other high school students in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting.
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P.A.L.S.Tracey Jameson Elisabeth SteinbruckMeets every other Thursday before school in the auditorium with occasional after school and weekend events.P.A.L.S. supports and fosters friendship between regular education and special education students through planned monthly activities after school.
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PAWS FOR A CAUSEChris BrophyRoom 152 This club meets monthly (sometimes more, depending on club goals) to create and implement various fundraising projects related to helping shelter animals.
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PHILOSOPHY CLUBCaryn BroganRoom 709The focus of the Philosophy Club is to discuss philosophical issues in a friendly environment. Previous topics have included life after death, Darwin v. creation, the necessities of life, love, life, and sexuality. New members are always encouraged to attend.
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PING PONG CLUBGreg KoehlerMeets Thursdays in the commons after school on a weekly basisStudents who enjoy a good game of table tennis will thoroughly enjoy this group.
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PITCH IN THROUGH STICHIN'VacantMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Join this club to learn to stich and crochet. The club also makes scarves for patients at the Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ.
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PRIDEBeth MoranMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This club is dedicated to create student leaders and then facilitating ways to prevent bullying at the high school and elementary levels.
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PROJECT GREEN CLUBLinda GarrisonMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20. This club meets weekly.Project Green members work to improve and protect the natural environment in the high school and local community.
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RAIDER POWER LIFTING CLUBJames McFarlandMeets Tues. & Fri. 2:30-4:00 or for in-season athletes Health & Physical Education class electiveAn extension of the Raider Strength and Conditioning club that is sanctioned by USA Power Lifting, the club offers Hillsborough Township students the opportunity to compete at two state meets in their own Hillsborough High School Gymnasium and train utilizing current national caliber coaches and volunteer athlete/coaches.
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RAIDER STRENGTH & CONDITIONING CLUBJames McFarlandMeets Mon. - Fri. 2:30-4:30 for 3 or 4 days per week programs or for in-season athletesA unified program that utilizes a partnership between Hillsborough Township Health and Physical Education and Athletic Departments. There are opportunities for overall fitness and sport performance, which offer the opportunity for progress and competitive Olympic style weightlifitng and/or powerlifting.
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REBELRebecca BalaguerMeets 2nd & 4th Tuesdays. Location TBAMembers act as positive role models as they demonstrate the benefits of living a healthy tobacco/drug free lifestyle.
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RUGBY CLUBFreddy Lopez
Meets twice a week in room 708 after school
The Rugby club will introduce the sport, teach the rules, and develop skills and strategies of rugby during the fall, and plays scrimmages during the Spring season.
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SCRAPBOOKING CLUB
Patty Yale-Wasdyke and Ashley Dermek
Most HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This club is dedicated to sharing scrapbooking ideas and methods.
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SPARKLE EFFECTRobin PidanyMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20The Sparkle Effect is a nonprofit organization that helps students nationwide create school-based cheerleading and dance teams that bring together students with and without disabilities.
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SOURCES OF STRENGTHDr. Patricia Colontino Jackie Persico Gil Pilarte Richa TrikhaMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Sources of Strength is one of the first suicide prevention programs that uses Peer Leaders to enhance protective factors associated with reducing suicide at the school population level.
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STOCK MARKET CLUBPaul GoldsteinMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Learn about how the stock market works, track specific stocks and analyze trends.
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STUDENT EXECUTIVE BOARDHeather DiNicolaMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Students gather to discuss pressing issues at the high school and work with adminstration to enact positive change around the building.
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TEEN ARTSLynne Mound
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THE BORO TONESJulianna LoBiondo Lauren RankinMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20The Boro Tones are Hillsborough's glee club.
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UPLIFT HUMANITY Richa Trikha Kristen SaleebaMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20The goal of Uplift Humanity is to connect with the nonprofit organizations, Uplift Humanity, and bring awareness to the lack of educational resources in other countries.
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VIDEO & FILM CLUBJames ArndtMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20Meetings are held once a week to view rare films, selected scenes and other movies of student interest. Students vote on themes and film genres to determine the agenda for each week's club activity.
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WRITER'S CIRCLEA.J. Smith and Julianne AndersonMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This group holds leisurely meetings to share works in progress, discuss authors of interest and participate in projects to promote creative writing.
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