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Club NameStaff AdvisorStudent RepMeeting Location and TimesDescription
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Academic DecathlonMr. ConradLibrary forum; Wednesday and Thursday 3:30-5:00We hang out and study the Academic Decathlon curriculum, which relates to a different theme each year. The subjects we study are math, science, literature, art, music, economics, and social science. We also practice our essay, speech, and interview skills. In February, we test our knowledge against the other schools in our district in the official county competition.
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Acceptance for All (AFA)Mrs. FischerClarity Mitrisin & Jasper MorrisThursdays at lunch in D142Promote acceptance of all people on campus while doing all leadership events that are at lunch including Day of Silence and Spread the Word to End the Word.
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Art ClubMs. NicodemusJackie SullivanMondays at lunch in A215To promote public service through creative ventures.
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Bike ClubMr. KasnicQuinton BenceE257, Mondays at lunchTBD
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EDHS LitterarumMrs. LindenDavid GarrettWednesday, at lunch, once a month, in the library forumThis is a club for people who love reading, good books, and want to join other book lovers to talk about good books they're reading or want to read. This group will also help recommend items for Mrs. Linden to add to the library!
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Circuit Breakers Robotics TeamPat FerrellGarren VanMeter & Michael FerrellMeets after school at Virtual AcademyDistrict-wide competition team. Learn about robotics & compete in regional events. No experience necessary. Meets after school at Shenandoah HS.
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CSFMs. Sparrow & Mrs. MartinFirst Thurs. of every Month, starting Sept. 1st.Combines service, scholastics & scholarship. Activities will be determined by club members. Students must qualify by academic achievement each semester.
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Drama ClubMr. Tomei2nd Tuesday of every monthDrama Club is open to anyone on campus. It is designed for students who enjoy the Performing Arts and who are interested in fund raiser activities that support the drama program. In years past we have done Funky Formals, Drama Prom, Haunted House and Zombie runs to name a few.
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Faith Out LoudMr. RoundEmma Austin & Graceyn HalibickyE-258 Wednesdays at LunchChristian values and teaching, community service.
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Friday Night Live -FNL
Mrs. BishopTBAWorking to keep our environment safe on campus and keeping our students informed about social and safety issues in our community.
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Generation Green Club (Gen Green)Mrs. ThornburghHarrison Kuuskvere & Isaiah KesslerTuesday, Lunch, N4The Generation Green Club is an on-campus club that promotes, supports and provides opportunities to be involved in outdoor education, leadership and development. We support these opportunities through field trips, competitive summer internship opportunities, and other public lands volunteer work. We host speakers on campus, fundraise for special events, and provide job/internship-related workshops on campus. If you are interested in a career in public lands, or just want to get outdoors, join the club and learn more about the opportunities outside!
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Harry PotterMrs. JumperFriday Lunch B124Watch Movies, Hang out in our Houses, and generally just enjoy all things Potter!
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Interact ClubMrs. Bastian2nd & 4th Wed, lunch in the Career CenterGet involved in the community & participate in service projects. This is a service club sponsored by the Placerville Rotary. Meets at lunch.
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Key ClubSra. JonesN7, 2nd and 4th ThursdaysKey Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.
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Make a ChangeMrs. SchultzMonday's at lunch in A115Make a Change works within the school and local community to create an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome and valued.
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Manos a la ObraSra. BoydDavid RangelN-5 during lunch, 2nd and 4th wednesdayManos a la Obra Club is open to everyone, and dedicated to promoting diversity, Latino culture, community service, and higher education for its members. Meets at lunch in N-5.
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Multicultural ClubMs. IngraoSarah & CarlieN6, 2nd and 4th TuesdaysLearning about different countries, cultures, traditions and food.
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Physics ClubMs. SparrowSimone Eggerton & Kassidy BrownTuesday's at Lunch, D143To encourage the love and exploration of Physics!
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Poetry ClubMr. ConradTony ReevesTBDWe are a poetry appreciation club focused on exploring, composing, discussing, and performing poetry in all its forms. Open to all lovers of words and language.
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Roar Dance ClubMrs. HancockSkylar Brooks & Dani KelleyEvery Monday Lunchtime in the dance roomPromote the benefits of dance.
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Spectrum ColorsMr. TomeiScarlet Schwenk & Violet MaguireDrama Room, Mondays at Lunch
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Speech and DebateMrs. NichollsBrooke Schuld & Jake WhiteMon/Wed/Fri after school A216If you love to talk or win an argument, this award-winning competition team is for you. Chance to have your say in both regional and national events.
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