Weekly Santana Club Meetings (Responses)
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Mtg. DayClub NameAdvisorRoomTimeClub Description
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a. MondayJournalism (class)Katlin Hoff/ Garrison104Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri P5.Produce a school wide internet based newspaper. Set goals and produce a black/white copy once a semester or twice a year.
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a. MondaySantana Royal RegimentKurt Stalmann602M, T, W, FridayProvide music @ football games, local parades, & graduation
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a. MondaySultan CrewEmily Snipes107As neededTo promote freshman involvement in the school
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a. MondayJunior State of AmericaRebecca Short310LunchJSA allows for an exchange of ideas regarding politics, government, foreign affairs, the law and education through stimulating student debates, thought talks, problem solving and a variety of simulations.
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a. MondayFeeding Hunger ClubMegan Wale308LunchRaise awareness for those in need. Help people experiencing food insecurity.
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a. MondayHuman Rights ClubSophia Jacoub103LunchTo attend campaigns and marches, get involved with organizations in San Diego, discuss & propose solutions to problems around the world.
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a. MondayClass of 2020Brooke Field and Jennifer Credit110LunchActivities and fundraisers to finance Winter Formal and prom for the class of 2020
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b. TuesdayAVIDAmber Erpelding, Andrea Arrieta and Cindy MartinS2One Thursday per month at lunch. Dates varyTo help fundraise and support the AVID program
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b. TuesdayFCA- Fellowship Christian AthletesHoward Rose303LunchHelp athletes develop a relationship with God. Team building and team bonding- Bible study, hiking and workouts.
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b. TuesdayClass of 2018Clair Elliott and Lucas Reilly702LunchTo raise funds for Class of 2018 prom.
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b. TuesdayLEO ClubRebecca Short310LunchWe are the high school version of the Lions Club. This is a club that does community service work throughout Santee.
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b. TuesdayTravel ClubDanny Martinez705Days and Times VaryTo experience first hand languages & cultures throughout the world.
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b. TuesdayArt ClubMegan Tex and Clair Elliott703LunchMembers share their drawings and collaborate to make more art.
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b. Tuesday (1st of month)Class of 2019Sarah Jones, Megan Wale, and Cindy MartinS1LunchClass spirit and fundraise for prom.
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c. WednesdayClass of 2021Rebecca Pheasant & Will Hutchison211LunchTo raise funds for Class of 2021 prom.
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c. WednesdayAcademic LeagueBrooke Crocker and Becky Short310 & 312after schoolTo promote Academic League
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c. WednesdayAct of Kindness (AOK)Scott Gaudet105LunchTo complete assorted acts of kindness throughout the school and community and to promote positivity.
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c. WednesdayASBEmily Snipes504Mon-Fri 5th PeriodProvide leadership and promote school spirit.
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c. WednesdayLivin' it ClubLunchThis club meets to encourage and challenge students to live out their faith in their daily lives.
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c. WednesdayRobotics ClubTeresa Stanley307LunchWe meet during lunch to talk about build and competition season and updates. Builds are off campus in Lakeside.
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c. WednesdaySuper Smash Bros. ClubDavid Shrin2022:00-3:00 p.m.To develop and enhance the skills of players and also to have fun.
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c. WednesdayPeace CouncilAngela Sciacqua-Smith & Katherine Wells111LunchInvolved in Red Ribbon Week and Peace Week
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c. WednesdayBadmintonMichele FarresGymLunchTo give participants exercise and more experience playing Badminton!
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c. WednesdaySantana's Resident Leadership AcademySarah JonesS1LunchTalk about public health and work on community improvement projects.
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c. WednesdaySultan Angler's ClubLucas Reilly309LunchFresh and saltwater sport fishing. Participating in local tournaments as well as picking up trash left by other anglers.
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d. ThursdayCap Com ClubScott Gaudet105LunchIn CapCom Club, we love and play games from CapCom, as well as classic video games from the 80's and 90's, like MegaMan, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Monster Hunter, and more.
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d. ThursdayACE (Architecture, Construction, and Engineering)Jason Kay8022-4 p.m. every other ThursdayMentorship program for those students interested in pursuing a career in architecture, construction, and/or engineering.Click here for schedule
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d. ThursdayChem ClubStephanie PalechekS2LunchTo expand upon scientific knowledge gained in the usual curriculum through self study and inquiry.
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d. ThursdayChristian ClubLelevier704LunchLocal youth group leaders come in and lead a mini-worship service based on the needs of high school students.
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d. ThursdayColor Spectrum Alysia Spivey204LunchSupport group for LGBTQ teens. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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d. ThursdayKey ClubGeoff Tobias109LunchWe are the high school version of the Kiwanis Club. Students learn and develop the values and understanding of leadership and community service.
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d. ThursdayVideo Production Club Chuck Zepf601LunchFoster an interest in media.
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d. ThursdayAVID ClubErpelding, Arrieta, MartinS6LunchAVID student leaders meet to discuss fundraising, community service and other important events.
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d. ThursdayGem and Mineral ClubSarah JonesS1LunchThe gem and mineral club is a close knit society that is organized to help the younger generation get more interested in the world of rocks. Our goal is to get people our age interested in the natural and beautiful world around us and how things are formed.
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e. FridayDungeons & DragonsTim Barry304Library
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e. FridayNational Honor SocietyAmber Erpelding313LunchThe Club members are selected based off of GPA and are invited in the Fall.
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e. Friday Reading/Book ClubCarolyn TeschlerLibraryLunchOur club provides a safe, fun, inclusive space for students to come and share their enjoyment of reading. We have open sharing about what people are reading for fun and for class requirements as well as other topics like books that are now coming out in movies and what people thought of the movies. Students are also free to read aloud excerpts from poems, books, or articles they have read that are especially moving to them. You might be introduced to a new genre you thought you would never be interested in. It's a great way to meet new friends with the same interest!
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e. FridaySpongebob ClubMegan Wale308Watch Spongebob, meet new friends, and do skits
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e. FridayClub 4:12Matt Robertson &Tim Barry304LunchPlay games, Bible study, and possible after school activities.
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e. FridayCatholic ClubMartinez/ Barrera705Lunch
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Cheer (non-competitive)Trish Bertussi
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Dance TeamSam SpennySee Mrs. Spenny in Guidance for information
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Eco ClubMarc HenningS8
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California Scholarship Federation Jennifer Credit102Pick up an application in room 102.To promote scholarship and civic pride in high school students. Students who earn honors for four semesters are eligible for lifetime membership and will be recognized with a gold seal on their diploma.
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YearbookBrooke Field110Produce a book that documents the school year.
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