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Name of ActivityShort description of activityMeeting timesName of AdvisorAdvisor's email
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9/5/2018 9:28:00Model UNCounter Terrorism, Nuclear Disarmament, Migration, Advancement of women.
These are just a few of the topics that are relevant to the discussions and debates that you would have at a MUN conference. Representing a diplomat from a nation, you will be working with other high school students from around the state, simulate what it is like to make decisions as a United Nations member.
FallMrs. Kelliherkkelliher@sau49.org
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9/6/2018 9:51:28Youth & GovernmentClub travels to Concord for a Model Legislative Program sponsored by the YMCABegin meeting in NovemberMr. Joy and Mr. Abrahammabraham@sau49.org
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9/6/2018 10:00:06Photography ClubStudents have access to the photography lab to work independently on personal projects. Many students use this time to create a Portfolio for college. Some experience is helpful, but a desire to learn is more important. Friday TASC, TBD after schoolMs. Bridgesmbridges@govwentworth.k12.us.nh
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9/6/2018 10:26:37TheaterWe produce plays and musicals throughout the year.After school every day.Scott Giesslersgiessler@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 10:27:24DJ ClubWe DJ the High School and Middle School dancesDuring TASC on scheduled days.Scott Giesslersgiessler@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 10:28:17TV Broadcasters ClubWe produce a regular TV show for school, and commentate sports gamesDuring scheduled TASCsScott Giesslersgiessler@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 10:32:33FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)Students interested in business, owning their own business, community service. We also have conferences and competitions you may participate in if you choose too. Tuesday during TASC (Sign up for Ms. DeChiaro or Mr. Ball's TASC)Ms. DeChiaro and Mr. Ballmdechiaro@sau49.org
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9/6/2018 10:35:28TSA - Technology Student OrganizationAfter school group interested in technology based eventsTuesdays ? 2:30 til 4:30Mr. Loonamtloonam@sau49.org
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9/6/2018 11:06:53Math TeamMath competitions against other schools in the Lakes RegionTasc on Thursdays with Mr. Sitomer (not mandatory) 1 math meet a month for 5 monthsJanice Watson and James Sitomerjsitomer@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 11:35:54Write ClubWe meet weekly to share what we are writing, comment on what others are doing, and try new approaches to writing.Wednesdays, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., AC143Mr. Langglang@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 11:57:27Student CouncilStudent representatives from each grade level as well as the Student Council Executive Board coordinate school-wide events and contribute through community and humanitarian services. Activities such as Homecoming and Winter Carnival are traditional events run by Student Council. Spearheading efforts to give back to the community such as Thanksgiving Day Baskets, Wish Upon a Star at Christmas, and the Pennies for Patients campaign are also yearly commitments of the organization. Student Council AdvisoryMr. James Meyersjmeyers@sau49.org
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9/6/2018 13:17:08National Honor Society The purpose of the National Honor Society is to create enthusiam for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to further develop character in the students of secondary schools. Inductions into the society are held on an annual basis for students who meet all scholarship, character, leadership and service criteria.
A committe made up of teachers and administrators selects eligible students for the National Honor Society. This committee first looks at the students' academic record and developes a list of nomineed based on a grade point average of 3.6 or better. The students who are nominated are asked to give the committee insight into the activities and community service projects in which the student has been involved. The committee reviews all information recieved and determine if the student meets the criteria of scholarship, community service, leadership, and character.
Once inducted students participate in a variety of communtiy service activities.
Mornings as requiredJeremy Fuller and Kim Kelliherjfuller@govwentworth.k12.nh.us kkelliher@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/6/2018 14:14:42Astronomy ClubMonthly Astronomy Magazine handouts of what is currently happening in the sky and several club sponsored field trips to museums, planetariums, and even Canobie Lake Amusement Park. Assorted other activities.Every Tuesday in Room 246 from 7 a.m. until 7:20 a.m.Mr. Merrelltmerrell@sau49.org
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9/7/2018 7:13:08Robotics TeamFRC Team #4925 - Meets in Networking RoomTuesday and Thursday afterschoolMr. Sitomer and Mr. Meservejsitomer@sau49.org and smeserve@sau49.org
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9/7/2018 7:26:29JV Quiz BowlQuiz Bowl is a quiz-based competition that tests players on a wide variety of academic subjects. Friday's in TASCJoshua Keatonjkeaton@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/7/2018 14:11:40Knights Against HungerStudent led, unified organization at KRHS that provides supplemental food assistance to peers as well as educating and raising awareness about issues of food insecurity in our local community. Once a month on Thursday afternoon and subcommittee meetings in TASC as neededMrs. Murray do Carmo, Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Runnalsjmurraydocarmo@govwentworth.k12.nh.us
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9/7/2018 14:14:17Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)HOSA provides a unique program of leadership development, motivation, and recognition for students enrolled in health science education and biomedical science programs or have interests in pursuing careers in health professions. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people.During ClassCheryl Krivitskyckrivitsky@sau49.org
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9/10/2018 9:57:25Lakes Region FFAStudent run leadership organizationVariesBob Gagnergagne@sau49.org
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9/23/2019 13:47:06LESS PLASTIC GroupSay, "NO" to single-use plastics and reduce plastic at KRHS. Help us replace the styrofoam and plastic in the cafeteria with reusable trays and silverware.Monday TASCs - as announcedPayne, Lang, Livernois, Palmatierkpayne@sau49.org
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9/24/2019 11:16:48Student Athlete Leadership Team (SALT)The Student Athlete Leadership Team strives to improve leadership skills among our student athletes, while helping to enhance energy and enthusiasm into Kingswood Athletics. Members will help coordinate spirit events, volunteer opportunities, fundraisers, and service learning opportunities.Everyother Monday - TASCMr. Houseahouse@sau49.org
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9/26/2019 9:35:11
Fishing Club/ Bass Fishing Team
Build interest in the sport of fishing, and groom those interested to compete at the Varsity level in Tournament Competition
Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 - 4:30
Bob Gagnergagne@sau49.org
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