🐏TCR CLUBS🐏 (19-20)
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NAME OF CLUBDESCRIPTIONDAY(S) OF WEEK CLUB MEETSTIMESEMESTER CLUB MEETSCAN I JOIN ANYTIME?CLUB SPONSOR CONTACTLOCATION
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Art ClubOpen for anyone who is interested in Art. Does not have to be in the class during that semester.Every ThursdayRight after school for an hourBoth Semestersyesbenjamin.clark@bcsemail.org2624 Mr. Clark's room
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BETA ClubBETA is an academic club of students who serve the community. 3.5 GPA. 10th grade and up.cristina.mcminn@bcsemail.org2307
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Bringing Everyone Together (BET) ClubA club where we discuss topics of interest to minority students. All students are welcome. We will have guest speakers, service projects, fundraisers, and are planning a club trip in the spring (attendance at club meetings is required to go on the trip)Wednesdays3-5ishBoth Semestersyesami.greene@bcsemail.orgHome base is counseling classroom
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Chinese ClubChinese Clubs offer language learning activities, Chinese calligraphy, paintings and some other culture exchange or sharing.Wednesday3-4Both Semestersyesling.li@bcsemail.org2406
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Creative Writing Club We write. Friday3 - 3:30 Both Semestersyesashley.peltack@bcsemail.org2705
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Drama ClubAudition information , seeing shows, theatre people (you know who you are) Every other Wednesday 3:05Both SemestersyesRyan.ledwig@bcsemail.org2629
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Environmental ClubTo provide students with opportunities to participate in environmentally related service activities and promote knowledge of current environmental issues.First Friday of each month.7:30 AMBoth Semestersyeskevin.keen@bcsemail.org2628
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FCAFCA / a group that meets to have fun3rd Friday of Each Month7:35ish Both Semestersyesrobert.stanley@bcsemail.orggym
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FCCLAService club that focuses on leadership in families, schools, careers and communities.1 a month varies Both SemestersNojessica.seager@bcsemail.org2827
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Gaming ClubWe meet and play tabletop and video games to strengthen friendships, have fun, and relieve stress.Mondays3:00Both Semestersyesjared.brush@bcsemail.orgMedia Center
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German ClubStudents that want to learn conversational German and hare snacks before schoolFriday7:30Both Semestersyesbenjamin.boyd@bcsemail.org3309
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Girl UpSponsored by the Model United Nations, Girl Up educates humanitarian issues to girls so that they may advocate for women in developing countries.cristina.mcminn@bcsemail.orgMrs. McMinn's room, 2307
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GSASupport/social/service club for LGBTQ studentsTuesdaysRight after schoolBoth Semestersyesjamie.shell@bcsemail.orgMs. Shell's room, 2410
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HOSAHealth Occupation Students of America (HOSA) aim is to develop leadership and technical HOSA skill competencies through a program of motivation, awareness and recognition, which is an integral part of the Health Science Education instructional program.1-2 times per monthusually at 7:30Both SemestersyesMiguel.diaz@bcsemail.org2625
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Interact ClubA service organization that focuses on projects at TC Roberson. The parent organization is the Rotary Club of Arden.Every other Friday7:30 amBoth Semestersyesmichelle.eldridge@bcsemail.org
Counseling Office Classroom
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JROTC (for enrolled cadets we have a variety of clubs) - see belowColor Guard, Saber Team, Model Rocketry, Push-up Crew, Drone (Spring), Flag DetailTuesday, Wed, Thurs3-4 pmBoth Semestersyesthomas.bell@bcsemail.orgJROTC room
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KPop and Snowboard clubsKorean music and snowboarding event planningThursday (once a month)3:15Both Semestersyeslori.galbert@bcsemail.org1612
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National English Honor SocietyTo be eligible for NEHS, students must be a current junior or senior and have a 3.5 unweighted GPA. The NEHS is an organization promoting enthusiasm in the field of English throughout the TC Roberson community. Members must read one book per semester and attend the corresponding book discussions throughout the semester. Additionally, there will are service requirements and activities. First Thursday of the Month7:30 AMBoth SemestersNojoi.keen@bcsemail.org2702
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National Honor SocietyJuniors and Seniors with a minimum GPA of 4.0 are invited at the end of the school year to join NHS for the upcoming school year. The club is dedicated to demonstrating the values of scholarship, leadership, service, and character through various service projects. Students are required to complete a total of 30 service hours throughout the year and attend five NHS designated activities. Last Tuesday of the month7:20 and 3:05Both SemestersNolaura.ketchuck@bcsemail.orgmedia center
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Peer Mentors (new club that will start taking applications this spring. Listen to announcements for more info soon)We are a leadership group that helps mentor 9th grade students. We hold advisory lessons and make sure to give new 9th grade students at least one other student they can count on.Mandatory leadership group, meetings to help plan 9th grade orientation, 9th grade orientation, advisoryvariesBoth Semestersno- application processfelicia.carter@bcsemail.orgcounseling
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RambassadorsWe are student ambassadors that help welcome and support new students.Tuesdays7:20Both Semestersno- application processmelanie.parham@bcsemail.orgcounseling
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Science National Honor Society
A service-based club for students who have been successful in science courses at T.C. and have an interest in the scientific field. Members must have completed/be enrolled in at least one AP science course by their junior or senior year. Eligible members are invited to apply for membership by the club board. Throughout the year, members complete at least 10 hours of science-related community service and must maintain a 4.25 weighted GPA overall and a 3.0/4.0 science GPA. Members also have the chance to participate in scientific demonstrations/experiments during meetings throughout the year.
First Tuesday of each month
7:30 AM Both SemestersNolisa.dellaguardia@bcsemail.orgMrs. Dellaguardia's classroom
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Star Wars ClubDiscussion of Star Wars as well as Star Wars books.Mondays3-3:50pmBoth SemestersYesbenjamin.boyd@bcsemail.org
Mr. Boyd's Room #3309
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Spanish ClubFor anybody that wants to speak spanishTBATBABoth Semestersyesana.speyer@bcsemail.orgRoom: 2412
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Student CouncilStudent Council is the school-wide organization that plans and organizes school spirit related events such as prom, homecoming, spirit weeks and pep rallies, and many other events. Sophomores-Seniors must be elected to the council, Freshman are invited by teacher nomination.WednesdayMorning (7:30)Both SemestersNotaylor.sluder@bcsemail.orgMr. Sluder's Classroom
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T.C. Roberson Junior Classical LeagueLatin ClubVariesVariesBoth Semestersyeschristopher.semper@bcsemail.orgRoom 2408
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YCIFrom their site: "Youth Commission clubs are student-led gatherings on Middle and High School campuses to pray and study God's Word with the goal of shining the light of Jesus and showing authentic love to every student. "Wednesdays7:30 amBoth Semestersyesmark.harrison@bcsemail.orgRoom 2710
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