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Club NameClub EmailAdvisorClub DescriptionClub Meeting Time/Place
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Academic Decathlonveronica.villacres@wwprsd.orgVeronica VillacresAcademic Decathlon is a series of interscholastic competitions for high school teams nationwide. The Decathlon tests knowledge and academic skills. The regional and state competitions are comprised of 10 categories: Speech, Interview, Essay, Math, Science, Fine Arts, Economics, Social Studies, Literature, and Super Quiz.Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 111
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ACapella, Noteworthy and Tickled Pinkdavid.westawski@wwprsd.orgDavid WestawskiA cappella consists of three groups: First Edition, Tickled Pink, and Noteworthy. First Edition (FED) is our premier mixed group composed of sopranos, altos, tenors, and basses. FED has an active performance schedule in the community in addition to the regularly scheduled choral concerts. Tickled Pink is the soprano/alto group and Noteworthy is our tenor/bass group. All three ensembles sing a variety of music genres including pop, rock, jazz, and musical theater. Group members must audition for spots in the a cappella groups each spring or fall, depending on the group. Inquiries regarding the a cappella groups should be made to Mr. Westawski, South's Choir Director, at david.westawski@wwprsd.org.
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Affinity for Animals23sp0493wwprsd.orgSanika PandeStudent-Run: Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700A
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AI Machine Learning Club24mt0637@wwprsd.orgMahitha ThippireddyStudent-Run: The club will provide an introduction to artificial intelligence learning and provide opportunities for all interested members to explore the rapidly growing field of artificial intelligence. The AI ML Club introduces students to key programming ideas- especially in Python, which is fairly simple- that enable the application of ML in computer science and society at large. Students will learn how to incorporate fundamental ML algorithms into their own work, as well as analyze the social and ethical consequences of how AI is currently utilized in our day-to-day lives and future plans for it to be used. Students will be able to create a series of projects that demonstrate how ML and AI may be used to optimize and anticipate data and processes in a variety of ways. Healthcare, the workplace, entertainment, our quality of life, and society, in general, all benefit from these advancements. However, increased reliance on AI and robotics has ramifications for work possibilities, corporate career growth, new and different sorts of mental and social stress, and health difficulties that were not foreseen even a few years ago. Our underlying focus will be addressing societal problems using Machine Learning.Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700B
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Application & Game Development Club23mb1168@wwprsd.orgMehal BhattacharyaStudent-Run: The purpose of Application & Game Development is to enrich the knowledge and creative skills essential for programming and design in apps and games. Many students enjoy learning about computer science at High School South, but they may need guidance and collaboration with regards to developing an application and exploring the creative boundaries of forming a game from scratch. To accomplish this, we will create game development sessions within the club as one of our activities. Students will be able to work collaboratively with their peers in teams and participate in several in-club events throughout the school year, held during our weekly meetings. In these events, students will design a game and present it to their fellow club members as a way to spread creativity and share their knowledge. Officers will work with club members to implement these skills into applications that can solve real-world issues. The Application & Game Development club will be able to provide a platform for students to form their own groups and develop teamwork capabilities to design applications that can solve problems the world faces today. In order to equip students with the knowledge necessary to develop their own applications and games, officers in the club will have weekly live tutorial sessions during meetings to teach their peers how to use Unity (a platform used for developing games on computers), Python, C#, C++, and Java. With these means, students at South will be encouraged to implement a variety of skills on a larger scale and start their own apps through which they will expand their problem-solving skill sets further. These positive and creative environments will consist of students who are specialized in many diverse abilities, such as design and programming. Furthermore, this environment will provide a space for students to not concern themselves with assignments and grades as it will be a place for them to express themselves in an imaginative manner. Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. PIT
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ASL Club23kc0101@wwprsd.orgKristin ChangStudent-Run: Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 701B
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Black Student Union (BSU))tyler.barnes@wwprsd.org jennifer.jackson-escogido@wwprsd.orgTyler Barnes, Jennifer Jackson-EscogidoThe Black Student Union, at HSS is a student club formed to give a diverse group of students a voice to advocate for students of color and bring awareness to the controversial issues that center around racial disparities. This club aims to inspire, educate, and encourage while promoting cultural diversity and peaceful coexistence within our community.Every other Thurs., 3-4PM Rm. 81
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Board Games Club24lb0082@wwprsd.orgLiam BrennanStudent-Run: We will meet weekly to hold relatively casual board game tournaments and general play. We will bring in a selection of games to play, but if participants want different ones, and the rest of the club doesn't vote on it, they are expected to bring it in themselves. We can visit younger kids from early grade school, Maurice Hawk for example, and teach them how to play these games. The general goal of this club is to inspire connections and friendships between our south peers, and to help people to socialize and make new friends while having fun. Participants will be able to vote on a yet undetermined number of board games that will be purchased using club funds raised to allow for more variety. There will be a small tournament with a small entrance fee, where the funds raised will be used to purchase the games selected by the participants.Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700E
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Book Club24td0145@wwprsd.orgTamanna DesaiStudent-Run: A club designed to improve the reading comprehension skills and increase the worldview of students at South by assigning books related to that month's theme, such as identity, female empowerment, free will, etc. Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900A
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Business Club23jm0434@wwprsd.orgJosh MidhaStudent-Run: The purpose of our club is to teach students how to become entrepreneurs in the business field, our goal with this club is to teach students the process of creating a business (picking/researching a product, creating a website, tracking progress and eventually creating a business). Our main expected activities will be encouraging students to create their own "business" after learning the process through a series of presentations at the beginning of the year. After these presentations students will go into phase 1 where they will start product research, with the tools we provide students will have to research a product that based on statistics will sell well. Our second phase is writing a business plan/draft. Students will work vigorously to come up with a solid business plan based of the models we offer. Phase 3 will be creating a funding plan. A section of our presentations will be covering a little info about financial lit and how that plays into having a business. Phase 4 will be starting their projects. They will create a mock business website where they will try to advertise and sell their products. Phase 5 is presentation, students will present their projects to our qualified officers and the officers will give feedback and will decide on a winner for the startup prize. Our main goal is for members to create their own mock business and be able to take this knowledge with them into the real world. Having this club at WWP will teach students how to product research, design a modern and compatible website to draw customers in and actually make a profit. Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 701A
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Chinese Culture Clubvivian.yu@wwprsd.org jume.shen@wwprsd.orgVivian Yu
Jume Shen
In the Chinese Culture Club, students learn about Asian culture through playing games (such as go and Chinese chess), learning food, learning origami, and other cultural activities. In coordination with North's Chinese Club, we host the annual China Night event, a Chinese New Year's celebration. We also host events, such as a Go tournament and a Super Smash Ultimate tournament
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Class Council - 2023brandy.moncada@wwprsd.org
kendall popowski@wwprsd.org
Brandy Moncada
Kendall Popowski
2023 Class Council is an organization which trains students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground. This is an elected position, It falls under the realm of Student Council, interacting closely with the student governing body as well as conduct their own order and raise funds for future events like prom and senior trip for the class of 2023.
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Class Council - 2024matthew.coburn@wwprsd.org
nathan.leventhal@wwprsd.org
Matthew Coburn
Nathan Leventhal
2024 Class Council is an organization which trains students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground. This is an elected position, It falls under the realm of Student Council, interacting closely with the student governing body as well as conduct their own order and raise funds for future events like prom and senior trip for the class of 2024.
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Class Council - 2025samantha.silva@wwprsd.org
michelle.walsh@wwprsd.org
Samantha Silva
Michelle Walsh
2025 Class Council is an organization which trains students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground. This is an elected position, It falls under the realm of Student Council, interacting closely with the student governing body as well as conduct their own order and raise funds for future events like prom and senior trip for the class of 2025.
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Class Council - 2026Jessica.bidwell@wwprsd.org Gabriel.randazzo@wwprsd.orgJessica Bidwell Gabe Randazzo2026 Class Council is an organization which trains students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground. This is an elected position, It falls under the realm of Student Council, interacting closely with the student governing body as well as conduct their own order and raise funds for future events like prom and senior trip for the class of 2026.
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Color Guardmelanie.bugher@wwprsd.orgMelanie BugherColor guard is a section within the marching band that adds to the visual element of the marching band performance through coordinated dance and flag work. Color Guard always performs with the marching band and attends competitions as well as football games. Students do not need to be in the music program. Dance experience is helpful but not required.
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Computer Science Clubsunila.sharma@wwprsd.orgSunila SharmaThe Computer Science Club teaches students more about computer science outside the scope of regular classes offered at South. The SouthCS Club also participates at several national high school computer science competitions and hosts one itself.Monday, 3-4PM/
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Computer Science Innovators25sg0235@wwprsd.orgSayam GoyalStudent-Run: Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900C
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Creations for a Cause23ay0772@wwprsd.orgAlyssa YangStudent-Run: Creations for a Cause teaches members how to cut and fold paper to make 3D origami models, ranging from swans to snowflakes to flowers. Our models are then donated to the community, such as our very own South library!Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700D
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Debate Clubriley.shea@wwprsd.orgRiley SheaDebate League consists of three main seasons, during which members have the chance to participate in interscholastic debate competitions. Competitions range from policy debates to values debates to constitutional law. Preparation for the competition dominates most of the meetings and entails improving oratorical skills and analytical stills, discussing research and holding practice debates. The goal of the club is to help every member improve, regardless of the level of debating experience.Tuesday, 3-4PM/Rm. 504
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Disability Rights Student Association Club24nk0292@wwprsd.orgNikhil KishoreThe Disabled Student Union creates a safe space for disabled and non disabled students to discuss issues like disability identity, accessibility advocacy, and ableism in-school and beyond. Sessions will have open-ended discussions where members can choose topics, as well as fun team-building activities and planning for school-wide advocacy events.Thursday, 3-4, Rm. 700E
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Echoes Magazinedanielle.bugge@wwprsd.org nathan.leventhal@wwprsd.orgDanielle Bugge
Nathan Leventhal
Thursday, 3-4PM/Rm. 302
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Engineering Club23mc0115@wwprsd.orgMehaerkaur ChhabdaStudent-Run: Our club focuses a lot on the simple enjoyment of learning something interesting. We start off our meetings with something interesting in the realm of engineering and host weekly lessons for people to join and learn in a no pressure situation. It is really just a space to come together and get excited about the intricacies of engineering and have friendly competitions.Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900C
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Environmental club23js0652@wwprsd.orgJahnavi SrikanthThe Environmental Club educates the community on the importance of cleaning up the environment through various public awareness initiatives at South. Members can also compete in Envirothon, which enhances students environmental knowledge by teaching them more about the environment and our natural resources.Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700A
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Esportsdavid.colon@wwprsd.orgDavid ColonEsports is a club for students interested in competitive online multiplayer, team-based or individual playing. Students will use critical thinking, situaltional awareness, communication, problem-solving, anaylsis, and reflection skills.
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Fall Dramamarilyn.stoddard@wwprsd.orgMarilyn StoddardPresented in mid-November, the Fall Drama is the South Campus' first school-wide theatrical production of each year. The quick production schedule leads to close working relationships and a strong sense of individual accomplishment. Auditions take place over several days in early September, after which the cast (or sometimes multiple casts!) rehearses daily after school until 5:00 pm. Some rehearsals are scheduled for weekends or evenings , to accommodate the needs of both the cast and the show. In addition to actors, the Fall Drama needs behind-the scenes helpers in stage management, costuming, makeup, and business.Schedule always to be determined/ Rm. The Playhouse
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Future Problem Solvers (FPS)amanda.heulbig@wwprsd.orgAmanda HeulbigFuture Problem Solving is a creative writing competition where members dissect a futuristic story for potential problems and then create relevant solutions to those problems. Members can participate in both teams and as individuals and will be taught the 6-step problem solving process. Teams will represent HSS at both state and international competitions.Wednesday, 3-4PM/Rm. 250A
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HOSAsunila.sharma@wwprsd.orgSunila SharmaThursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900
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International Justice Awareness23za1202@wwprsd.orgZaynab AhmedStudent-Run: "The goal of the club is to provide students interested in international relations an opportunity to share and discuss with other like-minded students. Students will learn about and raise awareness about social injustices around the world. This will be mainly research based – through discussions, presentations, and writing research papers and/or articles. The written work will be optional and students will be able to choose to submit their article to local newspapers, journals, and competitions. Students will also be creating a video mini-series to increase awareness of their chosen international issue among other students at South. This would be made available to the entire student body to watch as part of celebrations for the World Day of Social Justice on February 20. In all these activities, students will be able to choose their topic to cover as an individual or as a small group. Topics will be highly specific and targeted in order to capture the details and nuances of the subject matter. These topics will also fall under a broader category of social injustice such as poverty, wealth inequality, racism, climate change, unemployment, human rights, criminal injustice, and so on. Examples of topics could be an analysis of how the Covid-19 pandemic has exacerbated wealth inequality in India (or another country), how the poor water quality is leading to significant health issues in an African country like South Africa, and the effectiveness of the German Green Party on reducing carbon emissions.

Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700
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Japanese Language and Culture Club23jy0786@wwprsd.orgJeffrey YuanStudent-Run: An alternative to the methods used in our school's language curriculum, The club aims to provide a drastic change in the environment of learning languages, specifically Japanese. Using language immersion, we aim to use Stephen Krashen's hypothesis on comprehensible input to its full potential to help all of our participants begin their path towards Japanese proficiency. Our main goal is for our year-long participants to be able to comprehend a children's anime, or even another simple anime (From that point on, it gets much easier).

Culture: Working with the videos we use for immersion, my Native Japanese partner will work to create mini-lessons that explain in great depth and intricacy the culture they will encounter in their immersion. Being as Miu has spent most of her life in Japan brings us a diverse rich perspective from a real credible source. So instead of purely targeting the language itself, we’ll be providing a base in which the students can further learn off of. Culture will remain constant throughout the year, correlating with kind of the content we see through our immersion.
Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 701B
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Jazz Band/Stage Bandjesse.argenziano@wwprsd.orgJesse Argenziano
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Journalisam Club23rp1147@wwprsd.orgRenee PujaraStudent-Run:Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900A
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Junior Statesmen of America (JSA)samantha.silva@wwprsd.org
alexa.swartz@wwprsd.org
Samantha Silva
Alexa Swartz
The mission of JSA is to strengthen American democracy by educating and preparing high school students for life-long involvement and responsible leadership in a democratic society. JSA allows students to experience first-hand the drama and power of politics as well as the challenges and responsibilities of leadership. JSA chapters serve as the center of political awareness at their schools and JSA conventions bring thousands of students together to share their opinions and learn from each other. At these conventions, students participate in debates, thought talks, and special activities about current politics, and are educated by guest keynote speakers who aid them in becoming more politically aware and active. Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 600D
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Key Club24rj1072@wwprsd.orgRishika JainStudent-Run: It's a non profit organization that works towards building better character. The club’s mission is to make a positive difference in the schools and community through volunteerism and service. For example, we will plan events such as clean-up days in parks (outside of school, not as a club that needs advisors), food drives with other non-profits, etc.Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700C
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Korean Student Union23md0179@wwprsd.orgMia DonatielloStudent-Run: Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700C
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Manga24ag0751@wwprsd.orgAnika GopiStudent-Run:Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700F
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Marching Bandjoseph.williams-lewis@wwprsd.orgJoseph Williams-LewisMarching Band is a club for students in the music program who wish to use the skills they have developed during the school day in a competitive, drum corps style marching band. The band rehearses music and marching after school several times a week and performs at all football games. They also compete against other marching bands in the region and participate in local parades.
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Mastery of Language 23dc1129@wwprsd.orgDahria CharandnichenkaStudent-Run:Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 901
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Math Leaguetina.thomas@wwprsd.orgTina ThomasThe main objective of this organization is to provide students interested in mathematics and problem solving with an opportunity to solve unique problems and compete with others from schools in New Jersey and across the United States. Math League consists of in-school and traveling competitions.Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 600C
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Model Congressjennifer.kelley@wwprsd.orgJennifer KelleyModel Congress is a simulation of the U.S. government. Students tackle the most pressing issues facing the nation as they assume the roles of the three branches of American government. The program is hosted by major universities across the country. The members train each other and compete for positions at 3-4 conferences each year.
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Model United Nations (MUN)rosemary.leonard@wwprsd.orgRose LeonardMUN is a forum for honing speaking skills, developing skills of compromise and negotiation, and understanding a myriad of global issues and dilemmas that exist today. A comprehensive training program is provided in September for new members. Three conferences are attended during the year at the nation's leading universities.
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Music Technology 25kg0473@wwprsd.orgKaeya GudipatiStudent-Run: The purpose of this club is to learn and work more with Digital Audio Workstations ( DAW’s ), since not many people know about the technology part of music. We want to include all different types of music to represent the diversity of HSS. We also try to include different types of music programs/technology that will let members explore their creative sides. Members can either work collaboratively in groups or individually to produce projects that are based around a certain theme or genre of music. The music technology club wants to provide a stress free environment for students interested in improving/learning about the art of digitally creating music. Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. Pit
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Muslim Student Association24sr0491@wwprsd.orgSamar RahmaniStudent-Run: MSA or the Muslim Students Association is a faith-based organization that aims to provide a welcoming environment for all students & the greater community.Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700D
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National History Day (NHD)mike.garzio@wwprsd.orgMichael GarzioStudents will participate in the New Jersey National History Day (NJNHD) and National History Day (NHD) competitions. By doing so, students will develop critical analysis skills through historical research, gaining an appreciation for the past and a new perspective for the future.
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National Honor Society (NHS)nadra.galazin@wwprsd.orgNadra GalazinNHS is a merit-based organization comprised of some of the school's leaders in academic and extracurriculars. Students in the eleventh and twelfth grades with a unweighted GPA of 3.5 or higher are invited to apply for selection into NHS. A faculty council reviews the applicants' leadership, community service, and overall character to make the final selections. Once admitted, members of NHS serve the community by tutoring fellow students, raising money for charity, and performing other community service projects.Every other Month/Zoom
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Newspaper:The Pirate's Eyesima.kumar@wwprsd.orgSima KumarThe PIrate's Eye is an extracurricular activity which complements the Journalism electives offered to students through the Language Arts Department. Students interested in becoming a writer or editor for the paper are required to enroll in Journalism courses. Opportunities for students not enrolled in Journalism courses include: guest columnists and reviewers, cartoonists, photographers, and web managers.Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 95
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One Acts23hp0494@wwprsd.orgHope PandolphoWednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. Pit
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Physics Club23ks0640@wwprsd.orgKevin SongStudent-Run:Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700
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Pirate Playersmarilyn.stoddard@wwprsd.orgMarilyn StoddardPirate Players is HSS's traveling performance troupe. There are several casts, each of which perform a different play. "Bang Bang You're Dead" is a play highlighting the dangers of gun violence and the importance of friendship and tolerance. Auditions are held in September and May. Other plays are performed for health classes at Grover Middle School. These plays audition in September. Topics of these plays include eating disorders, bullying, tolerance, and peer pressure. All plays are followed by interactive discussion of the topic with audience members.
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Practical Philosophy Club24rc0957@wwprsd.orgRanveer ChavanStudent-Run: In Practical Philosophy Club, students and members will have open meetings where they will discuss and debate questions around ethical and moral dilemmas to gain a better understanding of their virtues and values. This club allows students to partake in meaningful conversations and present their ideas to a sizable group of people while tolerating the opinions and beliefs of fellow students.
"Psychology, today, seems to be a field that is not explored much as a career path, despite it being one of the most interesting, important, and rewarding professions currently. As two students with a massive passion in the field, our club will be centered around the education of psychology through the interest of South students. The purpose of our club is to increase the engagement in discussions, events, projects, and activities focused on psychology, which we will strive to achieve through our main goal: allowing for the exposure of knowledge, careers, and research in psychology to students who are interested in pursuing the field in their futures, or those who would just like to enhance their scope of knowledge on the subject. We have numerous proposals for expected activities (please read the note at the bottom) that will take place during our meetings, such as:

Collaborating with AP Psychology teachers in creating activities, such as lectures, focusing on educating the members about different aspects of the study.

Requesting professionals with careers in psychology, such as therapists, local psychology professors, school social workers, human resource managers, and clinical psychologists, to guest speak about their experiences in the psychology field.

Creating “career panels” where students can learn more about potential opportunities and careers within the field of psychology.

Organizing virtual “field trips” to local laboratories where clinical psychologists are conducting research, to allow more exposure to the research aspect of the field (all “field trips” will be virtual, i.e. zoom meetings, as we acknowledge that physical field trips are not permitted).

Following introductions to different broad topics, allowing members to research and explore areas of interest to create projects and eventually presents a final product of a topic or topics they are passionate about.
Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 701A
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Public Speaking Club23jz0798@wwprsd.orgJoyce ZhuStudent-Run:Wednesda, 3-4PM, Rm. 901
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Quantum Computing Club24sj0926@wwprsd.orgSumedha JayaramanStudent-Run: The purpose of this club is to bring awareness to the newly emerging field of Quantum Computing. Many might believe this topic requires extensive knowledge of mathematics and quantum mechanics at the level of a graduate or a postdoctoral. Our club will disprove this preconceived notion by allowing South students to dip their feet into this exciting field. As I had gone through an entire year of Quantum Computing course and found it fascinating, I'm confident that many at South will like and greatly benefit from it. During the first half of the year, we will build our quantum computing knowledge through lectures and group activities on the underlying math of quantum computing (complex numbers + linear algebra) as well as the high efficiency and applications of quantum computers vs classical computers. Throughout this process, we will bring in virtual guest speakers from a variety of fields in quantum computing from companies such as IBM. This will show South students how interdisciplinary the field can be and its various applications in today's world. Fun engaging activities include running real quantum algorithms on IBM's website, Qiskit, which has a free quantum computing simulator for users to explore. After we learn from each other and gain knowledge about the subject during the first half of the year, we will start a research project for club members to explore their interests in quantum computing. We will guide them on research techniques and ways to look for new ideas along the way. Once everyone writes their article on a chosen topic related to quantum computing, the officers will choose the best ones and collaborate with the Journalism club to feature it in the school newspaper: The Pirates Eye. Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900A
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Radio Clubglenn.allison@wwprsd.orgGlenn Allison107.9—FM is a non-commercial radio station run by the students of both South and North Campuses. The station broadcasts live to West Windsor and Plainsboro on most school days from 7:00 am until 5:00pm. Additionally, there are live night and weekend broadcasts for sports and special events. Broadcasts can be heard on the radio and on the internet, and listeners can also hear a show “on demand” by downloading podcasts at iTunes or at the radio station website: wwph1079fm.com. Any student may participate in the club on or off the air. Positions include news, sports, publicity, production, promotions, etc. Additionally, students who take the Broadcast Writing course earn a license that allows them to host their own shows. Students may choose to participate in one or more seasons (fall, winter, spring).
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Red Cross/March of Dimesnadra.galazin@wwprsd.orgNadra GalazinThe Red Cross Club provides students with a variety of meaningful service opportunities throughout the year. Club members have access to many Red Cross programs and have received extensive training in areas such as disaster response and First Aid/CPR. Members do everything from teaching children courses in water safety and disaster preparedness, visiting nursing homes on a monthly basis, to organizing food and blood drives. Each member must participate in a minimum of 5 hours of service with the club annually to be recognized as a contributing member.Every third Thursday, 3-4PM,
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Robotics (The MidKnight Inventors 1923)russell.wray@wwprsd.orgRussell WrayFIRST Robotics Competition Team 1923, The MidKnight Inventors designs, builds & programs a 150-lb competition robot each year. We also support two FIRST Tech Challenge teams, The MidKnight Magic & The MidKnight Nova, for 7th and 8th graders, in addition to FIRST LEGO League mentoring programs for elementary schoolers. Our team helps promote STEM to the local area by competing throughout the year, hosting demos, summer camps, and community events. In addition to building and programming, our team maintains a media subteam, business committee, and community outreach committee - no matter what you're interested in, there is a space for you to pursue it on our team!
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SAASArosemary.leonard@wwprsd.orgRose Leonard
SAASA is a club that celebrates and embraces South Asian culture. Members of SAASA come together after almost 8 months of hard work to put together a show that is packed with a variety of dances, singing, drama and humor to present the three-dimensional view on the South Asian lifestyle. With over 250 members, the club caters to everyone's interests by giving opportunities to students not interested in the arts through stage crew, lighting, and photography. SAASA also furthers it impact by celebrating and fundraising for South Asian festivals to connect students with their roots. Students feel a sense of community here that create connections with students across grades. We also encourage teachers to recognize our culture with us by participating int he dances and we show our appreciation.
Some Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 92
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Science BowlScience Bowl is a quiz like competition testing the students’ knowledge of various subjects in science. Meetings will teach students more about science outside of their classes and broaden their knowledge. Students will compete representing HSN in Science Bowl and the Merck Science Competition.
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Science Clubkarel.villanueva@wwprsd.orgKarel VillanuevaScience Club is for students to explore and expand upon STEM concepts.Friday, 3-4PM, Rm. 205
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Science Olympiadmeenakshi.bhattacharya@wwprsd.orgMeenakshi BhattacharyaScience Olympiad is a National Competition that includes regional, state, and national competitions in 25 different events in engineering, chemistry, biology, earth science, and problem solving. Many events require the construction and testing of a vehicle, bridge, robot, or other device. Team members who are selected at the beginning of the year work as a team to compete in tournaments at the state and national level.Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 201
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South Coaches23cf0202@wwprsd.orgChristian FiuczysnkiStudent-Run: The purpose of this club is to provide coaching and organize sports equipment donations to children in need. Through sports, we hope to bring aspects of physical activity, teamwork, and leadership into the lives of children. In addition, we are also helping to donate equipment to them as well. Activities expected would be a variety sports paired with coaches who would have volunteered to coach that sport. We also hope to host a variety of donation drives where anyone could help out and donate their used or new sports equipment. Overall, we hope to build a spirit of service within the South community. Anyone, from any grade, can sign up and help out! Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700E
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South Multicultural Club24ak1142@wwprsd.orgAditi KamalWednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700A
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SPECTRUMchelsea.allen@wwprsd.orgChelsea AllenOur club works towards creating a positive, safe and inclusive school environment for LGBTQ+ students. We have bi-weekly club meetings, collaborate with teachers at different grade levels on curriculum, and run awareness initiatives and school-wide programming. Our club is open to anyone who identifies as LGBTQ+, or is an ALLY to the community.Every other Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 505
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Spring Musicalmarilyn.stoddard@wwprsd.orgMariilyn StoddardThe spring musical is open to all students who are interested in the on and off stage aspects of musical theatre. To perform on stage students must audition. Auditions consist of three components: singing, dancing and acting. A workshop is held each year before auditions so students can familiarize themselves with that year’s musical. Rehearsals take place after school, during the evenings, as well as on Saturdays. If being on stage is not for you, there are many opportunities to get involved backstage in opportunities such as building and painting sets, lighting and sound.
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Stagecraft Club (Stage Crew)marilyn.stoddard@wwprsd.orgMariilyn StoddardStage Crew works to construct the sets for the HSS fall drama and musical, as well as working during the actual performances.
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String Quartet/Chamber Musicrobert.peterson@wwprsd.orgRobert Peterson
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Student Council (Eboard and Class Councils)matthew.coburn@wwprsd.orgMatthew CorburnStudent Council is an organization which trains students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground. These are elected positions. Class Council for each grade falls under the realm of Student Council, interacting closely with this student governing body; however, many activities are conducted on their own in order to raise funds for their individual classes to go toward future events such as proms or senior class trip.Monday, 6-7:30PM, Rm. Mezz.
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Ted Ed Club23ar0821@wwprsd.orgAnish ReddyStudent-Run: Purpose: To encourage more students to read outside of school and to make reading seem like a leisurely activity. We will do this by incorporating interactive activities and sessions where team members will actively participate in book discussions and share their thoughts. We want to create an open space for each person so that they feel comfortable enough to share their interpretations and connections with the novels we read as a group.

Goals:
- To read books that are currently popular but also emphasize the importance of keeping up with the classics.
- To make reading not seem boring!
- To foster a community of book lovers who are actively interested in exploring different genres.
- To allow students freedom to choose what books they want to read and explore
- To engage in meaningful conversations that invoke a more powerful connection to the real world and each other.
- to diminish the negative connotation students have of reading from school assigned books.
-To make all readers feel welcome regardless of their preferences.
Thursday, 3-4PM, Rm. 701A
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Village Mentors23aj1013@wwprsd.orgAnusha JadonStudent-Run:Tuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 700A
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Waksman Clubmeenakshi.bhattacharya@wwprsd.orgMeenakshi BhattacharyaTuesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 201
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Women's Empowerment23sb0041@wwprsd.orgSwara BandiStudent-Run:Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 800C
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Yearbookkaren.sobolewski@wwprsd.orgKaren SobolewskiThe yearbook is created for students to look back on their year of high school. It is created and designed by the students for the students with guidance from faculty advisors. An integral part of the yearbook experience is dealing with weekly plans and deadlines to complete an entire high school yearbook by June.Monday thru Thursday, 3-4PM
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Young Global Music Composers Club24ar0498@wwprsd.orgArjun RamakrishnanStudent-Run:
1. Purpose: Music is the only language that the entire world understands. Hence, I thought of this club which will provide a comfortable, open platform and a creative space and environment for music loving friends who wish to come together to create global fusion music, both instrumental and vocal.

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----------To interact musically with students from varied cultures, and similar interests (music), who all love making their own music and collaborating with global music genres, such as Indian, Western, Italian, African, Samba, Salsa, etc.
---------- Creating, composing, recording, and presenting their own music creations AS ONE.
-----------To provide a platform for students who learn/are talented and gifted musically for their creative juices to flow freely while collaborating with the music rhythms and intricacies of varied music culture. For example; in the past I have been a part of an interesting collaboration between western and indian percussion and African and Indian percussion instrument pieces. As a club, my goal is to expand this further to various other music genres.
Wednesday, 3-4PM, Rm. 900A
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