SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS 18-19
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WELCOME TO HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
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2019 - 2020 SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS
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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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AMNESTY INTERNATIONALRobert Fenster - Room 212 Shawn Layton - Room 219Meetings are held alternate Tuesdays in Room 219Students work on behalf of prisoners of conscience around the world, writing letters, educating their classmates, and making the world a more just place.
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COTIC/STAND - (The Diversity Club)Julianne Anderson
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FRESHMAN TRANSITION PEER MENTORSGil Pilarte Laura Houssell Anne Krug VacantSophomore applications for interviews are due each March/April for the following school year.Junior and senior students mentor groups of freshmen throughout the first year of high school to assist with the transition to high school, as well as to discuss how to face many of the challeges and pressures freshmen may encounter in proactive and productive ways. Sophmores may apply for admission in the Spring for membership the following year.
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FUTURE EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
Jessica HagoodMost HHS Student Organizations' Announcements and Meetings are posted on HHS CH 20FEA fosters professional and social interactions. Club members participate in a variety of activities including community outreach and assisting high school teachers with classroom projects. Guest speakers and visits to other schools, classrooms, and colleges are planned so members may learn more about the field of education.
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INTERACTJamie Foote Jaclyn MoskowitzBiweekly meetings in room 167In Interact, students participate in community service projects in the local community (shelters, nursing homes, Special Olympics) and throughout the world (sponsoring children in Ecuador, the AIDS walk, Service Learning trips in the summer).
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PUSH Prevention Using Student HelpRebecca Balaguer (SAC office)Meetings are held in the Auditorium mornings. Students who pledge to be tobacco, alcohol & drug free may join. Members act as positive role models as they teach middle school students the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and peer pressure.
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RED CROSS CLUBMargaret HintzMost HHS Student Organizations Announcements & Meetings are posted on HHS Channel 20This is the high school version of the American Red Cross. The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provide relief to victirms of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
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