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WELCOME TO HILLSBOROUGH HIGH SCHOOL
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2017 - 2018 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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FRESHMAN TRANSITION PEER MENTORSMichael Bober Gil Pilarte Laura Houssell Anne KrugJunior 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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HABITAT FOR HUMANITYMaria Padilla-DavisThe goal of the club is to offer the students the opportunity to become involved with Habitat for Humanity and the Raritan Valley Habitat Youth Group. The students will participate in home builds and run fundraisers for the organization.
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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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MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTSRobert FensterITV room before and during AdvisoryStudents broadcast morning announcements to students, faculty and staff. Student announcers are selected through a tryout process and meet every morning in the ITV studio in the Library.
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P.A.L.S.Tracey Jameson Kim LaHartMeets every other Thursday before school in the auditorium with occasional after school and weekend events.P.A.L.S. supports and fosters friendship between regular education and special education students through planned monthly activities after school and occasionally, on weekends.
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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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UNICEFRoderick SmithMost HHS Student Organizations' Announcements and Meetings are posted on HHS CH 20The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) works in 190 countries and territories to save and improve children's lives by providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.
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THE YOUTH HUMANE SOCIETYTaryn FurmatoMeetings are held alternate TuesdaysThe Youth Humane Society is a student-run organization dedicated to protecting animals and our environment. Activities include fundraising, speakers, pet supply drives, crafts for animals, movies, adoption days, tree-planting, and vegetarian parties. Members are encouraged to volunteer at the Somerset Regional Animal Shelter, where they can walk dogs and help out at special events, including adoption days and dog washes.
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