Weekly Santana Club Meetings (Responses)
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2018/2019 Santana Clubs
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Meeting DayClub NameAdvisorRoomTimeClub Description
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MondayClass of 2020Scott Gaudet110LunchActivities and fundraisers to finance Winter Formal and prom for the class of 2020
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MondaySantana Royal RegimentDaisy Rohner602LunchProvide music @ football games, local parades, & graduation
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MondayAnimeBecky Short310LunchIllustrate Japanese culture and enjoy viewing and discussing anime and manga.
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MondayFeeding Hunger ClubMegan Wale308LunchTo volunteer at shelters and help others.
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MondayAP Help ClubBrooke Crocker 312LunchTo help students better understand AP Euro and AP US
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MondayCatholic Club706LunchTo provide students a sense of community and faith.
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MondaySultan CrewEmily Snipes107As neededTo promote freshman involvement in the school
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TuesdayClass of 2022Clair Elliott702LunchTo raise funds for Class of 2022 prom.
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TuesdayClass of 2019Sarah Jones, Megan Wale, and Cindy MartinS1LunchClass spirit and fundraise for prom.
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TuesdayChoirDaisy Rohner602LunchProvide vocal music for events. Also to participate in festivals and competitions.
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TuesdayCard Game ClubDavid Shrin202LunchPlay Yuguih, Uno, MTG, etc.
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TuesdayLEO ClubRebecca Short310LunchWe are the high school version of the Lions Club. This club does community service work throughout Santee.
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TuesdayClass of 2021Andrea Joyce & Katherine Wells305LunchTo raise funds for Class of 2021 prom.
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WednesdayAcademic LeagueBrooke Crocker and Becky Short310 & 312after schoolTo promote Academic League
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WednesdayAct of Kindness (AOK)Scott Gaudet105LunchTo complete assorted acts of kindness throughout the school and community and to promote positivity.
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WednesdayASBEmily Snipes504Mon-Fri 5th PeriodProvide leadership and promote school spirit.
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WednesdayLivin' it ClubBecky Short310LunchThis club meets to encourage and challenge students to live out their faith in their daily lives.
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WednesdayRobotics ClubTeresa Stanley & Rob Pyle809LunchWe meet during lunch to talk about build and competition season and updates. Builds are off campus in Lakeside.
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WednesdaySantana RLASarah JonesS1LunchResident Leadership Academy- Propose and implement community improvement projects.
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WednesdaySuper Smash Bros. ClubDavid Shrin202LunchTo develop and enhance the skills of players and also to have fun.
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WednesdayColor Spectrum Alysia Spivey, Katrina Campbell, Scott Nielsen204LunchCommunity building, support, and encouragement to LGBTQ students.
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WednesdayTime to GiveHale-Obeso201LunchCommunity service to make a difference in our society and community by helping those in need.
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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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ThursdayKey ClubStephanie PalechekS2LunchWe 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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ThursdayMechaCleophus Harris106LunchEncourage and promote academic success for students of color and those that face economic hardships.
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ThursdayGames & GamersPatrick Kelly109LunchPlay classic games and video games.
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ThursdayCard Game ClubDavid Shrin202LunchPlay Yuguih, Uno, MTG, etc.
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ThursdayAdultingScott Gaudet105LunchHold events to teach students to make wise decisions and learn life skills. SENIORS ONLY
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ThursdayChristian ClubJohn Lelevier704LunchTo spread truth, love, and life.
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FridayClub 4:12Tim Barry304LunchTo have fun and build relationships centered around God's love for us.
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FridayDebate ClubPaul Rupp302LunchTo encourage intellectual discourse, improve speaking skills, and offer students opportunities for scholarships.
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FridayBook ClubCarolyn TeschlerLibraryLunchTo give students who love to read a safe and encoiuraging place to share and explore books. Also to expose club members to other genres of reading.
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FridayNational Honor SocietyAmber Erpelding313Lunch-once a monthTo recognize students who work hard in academic and community service.
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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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