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www.okcps.org/schoolclubs
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Group NamePurpose/Goal of the Group
Meeting Dates/Times
Staff Sponsor
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Adopt a SoldierCollect and send cards and gifts to troopsWhitney Becker
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Baking ClubTo make a fun place where people can come and bake great food, while learning how to bake.Wednesday, after schoolJames Neve
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Best BuddiesFor Gen Ed kids to understand that special needs kids are just like us - kind hearted, loving, etc...and you can be there friend just like having a Gen Ed friend.tbdBen Watson
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Bible StudyLearn more about the Bible with RHS studentsWednesday - 8:10amKristy Platt
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Book GroupTo encourage reading in a safe environment where students can analyze books together. Bi Weekly Thursday afternoonsNancy Jo Lambert
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Calligraphy ClubTo discover the lost world of Calligraphy by learning various fonts, using it on mini projects, then using it for posters/projects for around Reedy High School. Tuesday after school 4:15-4:45Kat Hamrick
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Chess ClubTo encourage and nurture the art of chess with high school students while having fun and making new friends. Kofi Bamfo-Addo
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Comic Book ClubTo appreciate the art and creativity of Comic books.Wednesday afternoon, every 2 weeksNancy Jo Lambert
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Computer Science Club/TeamTo educate students in computer science aspects such as coding and to compete in academic Computer science competitions. Also, students will have fun coding and learning new things. Tuesday and Thursday afternoons 4:10-4:40Ryan Patton
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Fashion For NeedsTo raise money for charities and for the school by making accessories and tshirts for the student body.Tuesday afternoons - 4:15-5:00pmAmina Chachani
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Fellowship of Christians Athletes (FCA)FCA desires to provide a conduit for spiritual growth for young students and athletes. The desire is for FCA to build student servant leaders who will lead at the school and in the Frisco community.Wednesday mornings 8:00-8:30Kristy Platt and Chris Cox
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IWCS (International World Care & Support)To help raise money and food for 3rd World Countries1st Thursday of Every MonthAllison Lau
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Key ClubStudent led organization that teaches leadership through service togetherThursday after schoolAnum Jiwani
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LEO ClubLeo Club –The word L E O stands for Leadership, Experience, & Opportunity. The goal of Leo club is to provide students with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.Thursday 8:20Katie Gallimore
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LGBT Alliance To provide an environment of support and community to LGBT students. James Neve
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Library ClubTo help improve and attract more students to the library and engage our peers in fun reading related activities, as well as displaying books to encourage reading.Tuesdays 8:15-8:45Nancy Jo Lambert
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Maker ClubFor Reedy students to be inspired to create new technologies.Wednesday-after schoolNancy Jo Lambert
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Model United NationsTo instigate mature and professional voice in the common youth, as well as to ignite interest in global activity and eventsTuesday 8:15Romi Farrell
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Movie ClubTo be able to watch movies after school and discuss the movie together.Thursday 4:20-6:00Sarah Stanley
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Mu Alpha ThetaEducate Students in math and compete in math related competitions including UIL, ARML, AML, etc.Mondays before and after schoolManuel Carreon Garcia
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Origami ClubCreate paper origami related things providing pleasure and creativity. Thursday mornings 8:15Maggie Parker
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Photography ClubCreative PhotographyTuesday mornings bi-weeklyJenny Burns
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Poetry ClubTo give students a safe place to share their poetry and talk about it freely without judgement. Friday mornings 8:15Lindsay Cox
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Reedy ConnectTo connect new and existing students to our campus.First Tuesday of the month at 8:15am when new student enrolledAlicia Cobb
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Reedy Round Table ClubWe courage club members to gather and have peer tutoring sessions at the Library (with permission) to enhance academic skills or complete assignments.After school from 4:15-5:30 on Tues or WedAnum Jiwani
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Reedy Steam Railway ClubHave fun with model trains and help other people learn about steam railways.tbdKendall Still
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Reedy Video Game ClubTo form connections with other students who share a common interest in video games.TBDSpencer Schaefer
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RHS Bollywood Dance GroupTo introduce culture at Reedy and take it further through dancing and cultural events. Friday mornings 8:15
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RHS Student AmbassadorsStudent leaders representing the Whole Child Committee on campus.Last Tuesday of the month - 8:15amAlicia Cobb
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Science Study GroupThe purpose is to study and collaborate for the International Science Olympiads as well as for UIL Science competitions. TBDMaggie Parker
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She's the FirstTo promote girls education and development for the developing world from our communityThursday AfternoonsJudith Bekerman
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Speedsolving CommitteeWe will teach how to solve Rubik's Cube style puzzles, and if possible compete with other schools to get the fastest puzzle solving time.Thursday-after schoolAmina Chaghani
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Table Tennis ClubTo provide a nearby safe environment for RHS Students to play table tennisTuesday 4:15-5:15William Agustin
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Video Game EnsembleTo arrange and play music from Nintendo and non-violent video games. TBDAryc Lane
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Writing ClubTo give students a place to express themselves through writingTBDEvan Speice
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Curricular & Co-Curricular Student GroupsPurpose/Goal of the Group
Meeting Dates/Times
Staff Sponsor
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Academic DecathalonKrista Boivie
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Business Professionals of America (BPA)Today's Students, Tomorrow's Business Professionals. We compete in Real World Contests at the Regional, State and National Level in the fields of Business, Finance, Information Technology, Marketing, Management, and Digital CommunicationsKelly Munro
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Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)Eboni Hammond
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French National Honor SocietyThe purpose of the Reedy High School French National Honor Society is to recognize outstanding high school French students, and to encourage the continuance of their love for the French language and culture.Lauren Phillips
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Future Farmers of America (FFA)FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.Bryan Scheu
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Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)“To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health occupations students; therefore, helping the students to meet the needs of the healthcare community.”Tina Basinger
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International Thespian Society (ITS)The International Thespian Society (ITS) is the Educational Theatre Association’s student honorary organization. ITS recognizes the achievements of high school and middle school theatre studentsBen Shurr
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National Art Honor SocietyThe goal of NAHS is to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. NAHS strives to aid students in attaining the highest standards for art scholarship, character, and service and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.Katie Gallimore
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National Honor Society for Dance ArtsKristy Platt
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National Honor Society To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy leadership and encourage the development of character in all students at Reedy High School.Kristen Nowlin
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Spanish Honor SocietySociedad Honoraria Hispanica - The purpose is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and to promote interest in Hispanic studies.Wednesday-After SchoolDaniel Vargas
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Student Council (StuCo)David Westhora and Alex Caldwell
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United States Institute of Theater Technology (USITT)The primary function of this organization is to actively promote the advancement of the knowledge and skills of its members and to facilitate communication among performing arts practitioners, entertainment industry professionals, educators, and this student chapter in particular will also further benefit Reedy High School (RHS), Frisco Independent School District, Frisco community, and North Texas through the artistic, technical and organizational skills we have acquired.Ben Shurr
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World Culture ClubThe purpose of the club is to create awareness and appreciation of various cultures across the globe. In addition, multiple fundraisers that involve creative and cultural projects will be done to raise money for third world countries.2nd Wednesday afternoon of every monthXimena Morales
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YearbookCreate and manage the yearbookJenny Burns
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Art ClubThe purpose of this club is to give interested students an opportunity to extend their knowledge of art refine their own skills in many mediums. There will also be a focus on entering art contests.Daniel Oropeza
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Game ClubThe purpose of this club is to provide students with a social opportunity in which they can play various games of their own interest and learn how to play others.Ben Swagerty
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Chess ClubThe purpose of this club is to introduce students to the game of chess. Students will learn the finer points of the game as well as the regulation rules. Hunter Winstead
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