|TRUMAN HIGH SCHOOL CLUBS 2017-2018||day||time||room|
AFS (American Foreign Exchange Student)
intercultural club whose purpose is to promote peace and understanding among cultures.
|Amateur Radio Club||N/A|
open to any student with an interest in art and promoting art activities
for bowling enthusiasts and beginners who would like to share of develop their love of the game
meets regularly to play and share interest in chess
Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T)
|DECA (Distributive Education Club)||2nd Tue||2:30||106|
vocational student organization associated with Marketing classes. Marketing students engage in career related activities
|Drawn to Art|
open to any student interested in an art career
|ESL Cultures Club|
1st and 3rd Thur
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
open to current or former business students. Group brings business and education together to prepare for their futures
|FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)||Sapp|
members participate in meetings focused on service and fellowship. Open to any student regardless of involvement in sports
|French Club||Brandi Pruente|
open to current or former French class students interested in promoting the French language and culture through fun activities
|FCCLA/Cooks in Action (CIA)|
Michelle Ciafullo or Barbara Muckey
2nd & 4th Thurs.
Anyone interested in food and cooking. Affiliated with national organization of Family and Consumer Science
|Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)||Zack Gall||every Thur.||2:30||102|
Builds community, understanding and support for all students
|German Club||Stephanie Gipfert||130|
open to students interested in the German language and culture. The group participates in cultural events during the year.
|Interact Club||Levi Goes|
open to all interested in service and community needs. Under the guidance of the Independence Rotary Club
|International Quill and Scroll|
|International Thespian Society||Ron Meyer||1st tues||2:30||242|
For students interested in theater arts. Studnets are involved in theatrical productions at Truman
|Key Club (Kiwanis)||Kylie Crichton||1st/3rd Wed.||2:30||218|
community service organization affiliated with the Independence Kiwanis Club. Members plan a variety of activities and participate in service.
|Literacy Ambassadors||Zack Gall||2:20|
Student-led club to share books and expereience literacy
open to studnets interested in math and improving their skills.
|Mock Trial||Christine Adams|
|NAHS (National Art Honor Society)|
2nd and 4th Tues
membership is by invitation based on several factors. Activities are developed to assist members in contributing to the community and developing their artistic growth
|National French Honor Society||Brandi Pruente|
|National Spanish Honor Society||Cuquita Evans|
|NHS (National Honor Society)||Jennifer Stutzer|
PATS (Patriots Assisting Truman Students)
Senior mentors working with freshman during PAT, Freshman First Day and tutoring
open to all students interested in participating in engineering and building machines leading up to regional and national competition
open to studnets wantint to get involved in Science. Group plans science and nature activities throughout the year.
|Senior Class Sponsors||Angie Judy/Brandi Pruente|
|Sophomore Class Sponsors|
|Spanish Club||Cuquita Evans|
open to students enrolled in Spanish class. Group promotes Spanish language and culture through activities at school
|Special Olympics||Kara Shoff|
|Spirit Club||Angie Judy||Mon|
open to all students interested in boosting school spirit and supporting athletic teams.
|Club 1-2-1||Joel Sapp||Mon||2:30||216|
Student led club for like-minded Christians to discuss their Faith and Bible.
|STUCO (Student Council)||Angie Judy/Pruente||Thur||6:30 AM||Lecture Hall|
Student Governament representing student body of THS. Reps are elected in the fall. Officers are elected in the Spring. Reps may also apply with STUCO sponsor
|Technology Student Association||3rd Tue|
Fosters growth in the engineering field
Tri-M (Modern Music Masters) Honor Society
Tri-M is an honor society in which music students are inducted through achieving a 1 rating at both the district and state level