San Marcos Royals Clubs 2018-19
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Club NamePresident (or club representative)
President ( or club representative) email
Faculty AdvisorMeeting PlaceMeeting day and time
Club Objective : a one to 3 sentence description of what your club does.
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ADL (Anti-defimation League)Zoe Silverbergzoesilverberg02@gmail.comMs. AryS-3First Wednesday of each month during lunch
No place for hate, unify our student body and make everyone feel welcome and comfortable with their differences
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Anime ClubDuncan Fritz541459@my.sbunified.orgTilton/VoguelF06/J01Monday (F06) and Friday (J01) after school.
To study and discuss the Japanese art style of anime with people of similar interests.
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Astrology ClubEmily Vesperecv1227@gmail.comMr. GoettlerGrass in front of aud.Every other Monday at lunch
The Astrology Club is a way for people who enjoy talking about astrology and their signs to meet and discuss with other people. Meetings will involve talking about horoscopes, birthcharts and many other astrology related subjects.
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Black Student UnionAxé Johnsonaxejdjohnson@gmail.comSuzette MCcormickWednesday during lunch and/or royal
Create a healthy environment and public outlet for black students
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Books For Drive Katharine Newman and Cat McQueen katharine812@gmail.comMs. Bagdanov D-5Every first and third Tuesday at lunch
We aim to put on book drives around the community and get involved in volunteer opportunities at local elementary schools to encourage kids to read.
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Catholic ClubDanica Ladodanicalado11@gmail.comMrs. HoldmanC-3Thursdays at Lunch
Our objective is to come together as a community, support anyone with what they are going through, lecture/discuss upon the religion, also to enlighten and lead you more into the Catholic faith.
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Cultural Asian Music Appreciation
Llailani Hernandezllanih@outlook.comMrs. HanesI-2During lunch, every other Wednesday
We go over different generes of music from diferent periods of time, all over Asia and discuss the influence and unique quality of each song.
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DEIR TalksIsabella Hurvitz/Bianca Campagnaribellahurvits@gmail.comMr. GoettlerF-1Everyother Wednesday at lunch
To communicate what teachers, researchers, and people in the work force do for a living and how they apply what they have learned throughout their life into their work now, which will show students that everything we do now applies later on. We host and plan events where speakers can impart their knowledge on high school students.
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Direct Relief ClubShreya Suresh and Simone Stone
shreya123suresh@gmail.com and simonestone21@gmail.com
Ms. Ellen HeenanB-4Every other Wednesday at lunch
Direct Relief Club provides students with volunteer opportunities, information about what we do, and experience working with an international non-profit. Students are able to connect with professionals at Direct Relief and learn about ways they can give back to the community.
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Dream FoundationLiz ShoemakerElizabethleeshoemaker@gmail.comMr. GoettlerF-1Thursdays at lunch
To help out terminally ill people.
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Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Cady Kinzlercady@sbnaz.comMr. OftedalD-4Tuesday during lunch 11:32-12:00
Our club objective is to see the world transformed by Christ through coaches and athletes.
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Film Appreciation ClubEric Mazlumyan/Owen Thamesemazlumyan@gmail.comMr. OhrnD-8Second Friday of every month (lunch)
Film Appreciation Club meets monthly at lunch to watch a portion of famously well directed movies, and have small discussions.
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French ClubAnnabelle Tillerannabelleamazing@gmail.comAnn CummingB-14First Wednesday of each month
French Club’s organization will have as its purpose to expose students to more of the French culture and to enrich their high school French experience with French food, films and more fun!
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Friday Night Live (FNL)Ashley Draper-Jacksonadj02410@gmail.comMr.KingC-5Wednesday Lunch time
To give self awareness about teens, anit-drugs, ain’t-alcohol, distracted driving and more
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Future Teachers ClubKristine Fimlaid and Jaiden FeldmanKristinefim@gmail.comMr. ThrasherI-12Monday at lunch
Our club allows students to figure out what the education program is about and if they are interested in becoming a teacher.
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Global Finance ClubEric Mazlumyan/Bentley Wheelockemazlumyan@gmail.comMr. OhrnD-8Second Thursday of every month (lunch)
We discuss the implications of current events as they pertain to the global economic climate, as well as perform activities that replicate potential economic scenarios and attempt to merge learning with a sense of good clean fun.
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Habitat for Humanity ClubAlexandra Coleman705053@my.sbunified.orgMrs. BagdanovD5 First Wednesday of every month (lunch)
The Habitat for Humanity Club will provide members with opportunities to volunteer at various Habitat for Humanity events and educate and raise awareness of the need for affordable housing in our local area.
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Hacky Sack ClubEric Mazlumyan/Eric Heidneremazlumyan@gmail.comMr. OhrnI-wing/M-wing areaFirst Friday of every month (lunch)
To bond over the shared interest in playing hacky sack sports
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Helping Hands ClubLeslie Munozlesliemunoz2001@yahoo.comMs. HeenanB-8Every other Thursday
Help those in need in our community by giving them food, a snack and water
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History ClubAracely Torres aracely.mendiola4610@gmail.comVictor RamirezI-14Thursday at Lunch
The History club will explore the ideas of hidden stories within the past, reflecting and taking on information from different cultures.
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HOSANicole Danielsonsmhs123hosa@gmail.comMs.TateI-9Every other Monday lunch
As San Marcos’ Health Occupations Students of America, we will organize the blood drive and CPR training school wide, participate in community blood drives, as well as a Doctors Without Walls mentorship program, and learn from guest speakers based on our interests in the health field.
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Jewish Culture ClubDylan Sager545112@my.sbunified.orgMr. BradleyF-3Every Thursday at Lunch
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Junior State of AmericaAnna Vovk/ Tiffany Garcia
avovk@socal.jsa.org and tgarcia@socal.jsa.org
Kimberly Tilton F6 Tuesdays at lunch
Political activism, public speaking, debate
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L.U.C.H.AMelina Rodriguez 524215@my.sbunified.orgkatherine hilzer B-10Wednesday during lunch.
Our club objective is to help the Latinx/ Hispanic students achieve their goals in high school.
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Latin ClubAndy Nguyenandyn5068@gmail.comMrs. AhlersC-5Thursday at Lunch every week
Latin Club! We will be be exploring Roman and Greek culture through activities and more!
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LGBTQ+Talia Blumenthataliablumenthal@gmail.comMs. MillerC-3Wednesdays at lunch
An inclusive social club open to all students to promote awarness of the LGBTQ+ community and issues.
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Math ClubIsabella Hurvitz/Daniel Newton
bellahurvitz@gmail.com and dnewton@smhsaaple.com
Mr Egbert1-8
The first Thursday of each month at lunch, more regular meetings in January before Westminster competition
Math club celebrates their love of math by looking at interesting problems and participating in math competitions. We welcome all levels of math enthusiasts.
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MEChABreanna Montesmontes.b0701@gmail.comCesar Rodrigez I 13Lunch wednessday
celebrate diversity amongst MEChA members. involve students in discussing and acting in social-political issues relevant to out communities.
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MESA ClubValentina Venegas/Jana Gonzalezvalentinavenegas02@gmail.comMr Goettler F1Wednesday’s at lunch
To give kids who are the first in their family to go to college the resources they need.
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Mixed Martial Arts ClubJose Lopez517455@my.sbunified.orgMrs. McCormickDance RoomAfter School
To unify people with eachother and knowing the importance of protection and helping to prevent future disasters and dangers for people to be safe and build up confidence, determination and discipline with these concepts.
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Mujercitas Paola Padilla Paolap895@gmail.comKiana VerhoevenRoom I-12Tuesdays during lunch
Our club objective is to empower women in our school community that they have a voice and that they can make a difference on campus by getting community hours, getting involved in helping out the school and encouraging more student bodies to come and join us and have fun .
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Music Theory ClubVincent Lertchareonyong, Zoe Perezsanmarcosmusictheory@gmail.comMs. BarlevF-8Tuesdays at Lunch
Our goal as the music theory club is to create an environment where we are able to as musicians work together and collaborate on many different topics. We are also aimed to educate our members and prepare them for the AP Music Theory test. Outreaching to other people we also encourage people to join our club regardless of musical experience.
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Nature ClubCarmen Bordofskycbordofsky@gmail.comMs. Heenan B-4Thursday at lunch
We explore nature by going in hikes and beach walks in Santa Barbara. We promote recycling and not littering and leaving a place better then you found it.
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Red Cross ClubEllie Huggins elliehuggins3@gmail.comRichard Ceriale B-9Tuesday at lunch
Our club does fundraising for the santa Barbara red Cross by holding the annual teacher versus seniors basketball game and other bake sales.
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Resource Family Student Support Team (RFASST)
Jacqueline Morenomorenojackie2@gmail.comFrank Koroshec E-6First Tuesday of the month at Lunch
Volunteer to provide childcare for Resource Families
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Club 805Alicia Lopezalicialopezsbms@gmail.comEmily CarverF-2Tuesdays and Fridays
To let students of different backgrounds come together through their shared appreciation of dance.
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Running With a causeUlises Carrera, Savanna Bjorklundulises.4.carrera@gmail.comMr.KorshecE-6Fridays At Lunch
Organize runs with selected sponsors and then donate money collected to nonprofits/charities
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Serqio Romero guitar club
Luis Molinero luismolinero44@gmail.comMr.Lara Wednesday after school
Will give a space own students that wants to learn to play guitar.students will have an and after school place to go and have fun with pears.students will be able to borrow a guitar and they will use it to practice at home
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Special Olympics ClubAlyssa Miller alyssammiller19@gmail.comDan Spencer H2AWednesday's 11:30-12
We are a club that incorporates the organization of Santa Barbara Special Olympics on campus. We organize unified sports events, set up volunteer opportunities, and encourage students to interact as a unified school.
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Spikeball club
Josh glasman, Jordan Davis, Cade McLean
Mcleancade10@gmail.comLara WillbanksSM TurfEvery Friday at lunch
Playing Spikeball once a week on the San Marcos turf. We will gather and play at lunch.
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STEM ClubMaddie Fedor, Jenna Rode
maddiefedor@gmail.com, jrode@smhsaaple.com
Ms.TiltonF-6Every other tuesdays
STEM club participates in regional science competitions and works to foster a love and appreciation for club members by inviting guest speakers in the STEM field.
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Storyteller Children’s Center Club
Emilee Doering Andrea Annabelle tiller Emilee.doering@gmail.com / annabelleamazing@gmail.comMrs. BagdanovD-5Every other tuesdays
Our goal is to fundraise for Storyteller to fund new equipment, supplies, field trips, etc. We will also focus on designing art/science projects based on the theme/lesson of the month that we can drop off for them to complete during the day.
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Surf Club
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Team FirstTaylor Wilsontcwsbwes@gmail.comJarrod Bradley F3Wednesday’s at lunch
Team First focuses on creating and developing team leaders. By doing this we are creating a more cohesive environment for athletes and the SMHS athletics program.
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Teddy Bear Cancer ClubMia Young/Sarah Thielstmiablue2010@hotmail.comMs. WillbanksD-3Tuesdays during lunch, once to twice a month
Our goal is to raise money for teddy bear cancer foundation through bake sales, as well as making festive crafts for cancer patients.
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Teens On The SceneArman Banan, Zack Werner, Aidan Bananarmanbanan2@gmail.comMr.RicciI-4First Wednesday of every month at lunch
We are a teen led volunteering organization that volunteers at various philanthropies all across Santa Barbara
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Turkish Culture Club (TCC)Gabe Caseygabecasey123@gmail.comMs. CarverF-2Thursdays at Lunch
The Turkish Culture Club (TCC for short) is an outlet for people intrigued by the history, art, film and media, cuisine, language, and/or politics of the Turkish Republic ( Türkiye Cumhuriyeti) or other Turkic Nations. Our club's main purpose is to provide a place for those interested in Turkish Culture to congregate and share stories, interests, art/music and ideas in an accepting and relaxed environment, while trying all sorts of new foods (as food will be served during some meetings). All are welcome to the TCC, and no one will ever be refused or turned away from joining. The TCC is accepting of all races/nationalities, gender identities, sexual orientations and socioeconomic statuses, as we pride ourselves on our diversity. Thank you in advance.
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World Dance for Humanity Club
Nina Schaefferwd4hclub@gmail.comMr. RicciI-4Tuesdays or Wednesdays at lunch
We come together to celebrate dance from around the world and raise money for students in Rwanda.
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Writing CenterCamille Lubach/Sam Fitz
cclubach@gmail.com/ smfitz0126@gmail.com
Frank KoroshecE-6Royal time
We are a mentoring classroom for writing help and revision. We have a website that publishes student work for multiple contests. We are involved in the Poetry Slam.
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Youth Wellness Connection Club
Lucy Mowers & Miranda Ball
sbmiranda3@gmail.com and sblulu18@gmail.com
Katherine Hilzer B-10Monday’s at lunch
Our club works to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health through education and outreach.
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