Clubs/Organizations/Activities (orientation packet) Updated Summer 2018
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Fremont High School Clubs/Organizations 2018-2019
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Clubs/OrganizationsMembership PrerequisiteSponsorPurpose of GroupActivities
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Ally ClubOpen to any studentMs. SasseTo promote an equal en-Day of Silence, educational projects
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vironment and fair treat-to promote tolerance, movie nights,
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ment for all FHS students,discussion of key issues relevant
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especially students who to the Ally Club
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are gay, lesbian, bisexual,
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or transgender, or who are
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labeled as such by others
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Black n Gold MediaMembers are selected by a Mr. DenkerTo tell real stories about manyWeekly meetings; regularly publishing
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student application process, asof the happendings at FHS, asstudent-driven content on various
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well as faculty and club memberwell as promote school spirit,social media platforms (including
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recommendationsthrough a variety of social mediaInstagram and Snapchat)
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platforms
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Book ClubOpen to any studentMs. FontaineTo read and enjoy literature.Sharing about various types of literature
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through book discussions; author
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meet ups; social book events; book
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fairs
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Cheerleading and MascotsOpen to any studentMs. HaynesTo promote school spiritCompetitions, athletic events,
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(selected by springMs. Petersonand support athleticstrips, camps
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audition) with a 2.0 GPA
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Circle of FriendsAny student interested in Mr. GrossmanTo promote social inclusion forMonthly mentors' meeting, Weekly group
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mentoring students with Autismdisabled and non-disabledmeetings, social outings in the Fremont
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or other special or social needsstudents of FHSand Omaha communities
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Coding ClubOpen to any studentMr. RonhovdeTo learn about coding and Bimonthly meetings to learn about and
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explore coding careerspractice coding
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Color GuardOpen to any studentMr. BogatzTo promote music andConcerts, competitions,
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(selected by spring Mr. Irvingschool spiritathletic events, trips
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audition)
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Creative Writing ClubOpen to any interested students,Mrs. BrittonTo give writers a chance to shareMeetings twice per month in Room B111
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faculty, and staffand/or collaborate on original before or after school--what works best
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fiction/poetry they choose to writefor participants; Wattpad type of site for
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club members to share online with each
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other. FREE!--No money needed!
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Dance TeamOpen to any studentMs. HarmanTo perform at basketball games,Third grade girls clinic, fundraising
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(selected by springMs. Kyespep rallies, and other schoolathletic events, parades, charity
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audition) with a 2.0 GPAactivitiesperformances
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Diabetes Awareness Club (DAC)Open to any studentMs. BrownTo promote a healthy lifestyle atVolunteer at TeamMates Chilli Cook-Off,
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an early age to prevent long-termSpokes and Sneakers, and various
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ilness, to include volunteerism,community activities, participate in
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and to promote new friendshipsactivities of the Fremont Cosmopolitan
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Club 100, host 2 social events per year
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Educators RisingOpen to any studentMs. BlechaTo facilitate practical applications
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Ms. Fontaineof various aspects of Education:
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lesson planning, children's book
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writing, etc; to foster the love
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and guidance of future educators
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Future Business LeadersHave taken orMs. StricklerTo develop leadershipSchool & community service
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of America (FBLA)currently enrolled in aMr. Whitemoreskills, promote civicprojects, local and state
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business courseresponsibility, and providecompetitions
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members with a business
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connection for their future
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Gaming ClubOpen to any studentMs. FontaineBring together studentsGames in the media center after
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with interest in gamingschool
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German Honor Society25 credits of GermanDr. SchiermeyerEncourage the studyRecognition of students, scholarship
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Delta Epsilon Phiand 4.0 GPA in Germanof world languageawards, social/cultural activities
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courses
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IntramuralsStudents not involved inMr. MillardPromote goodIntramural volleyball, basketball, and
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varsity sportsMr. McClainsportsmanship and giveother activities by student interest
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Ms. Hoffmanstudents an opportunity
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Ms. McClainfor team competition
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Key ClubAny High School Mr. OlsonPromote and develop volun-Community Service
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studentteer work in the community
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Letter ClubBoys and Girls who haveMs. MoranTo support athletic programs,Fundraisers, concessions,
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lettered in a varsity sport asMs. Petersonrecognize student athletes,social activities
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recognized by the NSAAbuild character and
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sportsmanship
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Math ClubOpen to any student Ms. Deena BignellTo promote interest in Math competitions, social activities
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interested in MathMath
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Multicultural ClubAny High SchoolDr. HensleyPromote & developSocial/educational activities
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studentMs. Ashley Bignellunderstanding &
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appreciation of cultural
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diversity
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National Business Honor SocietyMinimum 3.5 GPA in at least 3Ms. StricklerTo promote and recognize aca-School and community service
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business classes, 3.0 overall Mr. Burgdemic achievement in businessprojects; local and state competitions
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GPA; if you are eligible, you willeducation; foster and recognize
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be invited to applyleadeship skills and character
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development; help members
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group ethically and socially by
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promoting and encouraging
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