2018-2019 LHS Club List - Website
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CLUB NAMEDESCRIPTIONADVISOR(S)STATUS
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Accidentals"Auditioned ensemble for advanced sopranos and altoK. WerlinEstablished
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American Sign LanguageStudents will learn to use American Sign LanguageM. DanielsNew
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Art ClubStudents use artistic talents for community service opportunities.H. GodinEstablished
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As Schools Match WitsCompetitive academic teamP. DunkerleyEstablished
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Best BuddiesStudents working with developmentally disabled individualsDone through the JCCEstablished
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Business Club (BPA)Develop interest in matters related to the operations of the business worldR. MoriartyEstablished
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Chess ClubStudents play chessE. HowardEstablished
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Competitive Programming ClubFacilitate the participation of LHS students in competitive programming events.S. BakerNew
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Creative WritingCreative writingJ. WeilEstablished
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Debate ClubCompetitive debate on social issuesM. GuldenEstablished
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DemocratsStudents discuss politicsS. WalkerEstablished
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Drama ClubExperience theatrical productionsJ. Betancourt / S. MacdonaldEstablished
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East Asia ClubDevelop an understanding and appreciation for East Asian culturesL. SnyderEstablished
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French ClubDevelop an appreciation for and deeper understanding of French cultureH. KoziolEstablished
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Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA)Respect Each Alternative Lifestyle in Today's Youth (REALITY)E. HowardEstablished
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Gender Equality AssociationStudents work to address issues related to Gender EqualityK. FedorovEstablished
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Heifer InternationalStudents raise funds to purchase sustainable livestock for developing nationsJ. WeaverEstablished
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I CantoriVocal Music Group. Members selected by auditionS. HalliganEstablished
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ImpressionsStudents produce a literary magazineJ. WeilEstablished
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India Club Students learn about the culture and customs of IndiaG. FischerEstablished
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InteractService-oriented club assisting the communityS. LittleEstablished
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Israel ClubPurpose is to educate the student body abnout all aspects of Israel.H. KoziolEstablished
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Jazz BandMembers selected by auditionA. ThovmasianEstablished
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Jet JotterPublishes School NewspaperM. CormierEstablished
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Key ClubService-oriented club assisting school and communityJ. DibbernEstablished
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Knitting ClubStudents learn knitting techniquesJ. SleighEstablished
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Latin ClubEncourage use of Latin Language and CultureB. SawyerEstablished
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Love146Students raising funds to combat human trafficingS. BakerEstablished
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MasacksicPublication of school yearbookD. CallahanEstablished
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Math TeamMathematics competition at area schoolsR. O'ConnellEstablished
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Medical ClubStudents explore the medical fieldJ. SleighEstablished
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Middle School Language MentorsStudents work on a volunteer basis mentoring middle school students in World Language OfferingsK. EpaulEstablished
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Mock TrialTrial competition with area schoolsC. KervianEstablished
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Model UNLooks at global societies and issues - participates in conferencesH. PollardEstablished
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National Honor Society (NHS)Tutoring, fund-raising for scholarshipS. LittleEstablished
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Operation SmileClub that fund raises to support corrective cleft surgeries for those in needJ. SleighNew
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PawsWildlife conservation club associated with Dakin Humane Society, Forest Park Zoological and Urban Wildlife rehab.K. Cuthbert-MikalunasEstablished
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Photo ClubStudents learn photo techniques and take photos for yearbookD. CallahanEstablished
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Pottery ClubStudents work on pottery projectsM. DanielsEstablished
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Quidditch ClubStudents learn how to play and compete with other teamsR. O’ConnellEstablished
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Red Cross ClubRed Cross ClubT. KelleyEstablished
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RoboticsStudents build robots and participate in competitionsL. AllentuckEstablished
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Room to ReadStudents raise money to help children in developing countries through imnproviing literacy rates and gender equality in education.J. WilliamsEstablished
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Rowing/CrewStudents participate in Rowing/Crew with the Pioneer Valley Riverfront ClubNeed New Liaison)Established
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S.A.D.D.Activities to create an awareness of the dangers of destructive decisionsS. WarrenEstablished
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Science Olympiad TeamStudents explore non-traditional science topics and compete at local Science OlympiadsJ. RusenkoEstablished
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Spanish ClubDevelop an appreciation for and deeper understanding of Spanish cultureM. CandonEstablished
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Strength and FitnessStudents participate 3 times per week in formal fitness classesR. WeirEstablished
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SymphonyMembers selected by auditionA. ThovmasianEstablished
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Table TennisStudents can drop in to play table tennis and pick up some skills and pointersP. MagowanEstablished
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Tri-M Music Honor SocietyStudents promoting music and leading opportunities for others to participate in musicK. WerlinEstablished
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Ukulele ClubStudents play the ukelele and learn from others how to playS. BakerEstablished
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UltimateStudent organized Frisbee games promoting participation and funJ. SleighEstablished
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Unity ClubPromotes unity between diverse culturesS. MacdonaldEstablished
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Voice MaleAuditioned group of 8 male singersK. WerlinEstablished
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Women in StemClub consisting of female students who are interested in learning about majors and careers in the STEM fieldsC. DaigleEstablished
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Yoga ClubInstruction in YogaJ. Fournier-ReaEstablished
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Yoyo ClubStudents develop yoyoing skillsJ. FlahertyEstablished
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Cots for KidsStudents raise funds to purchase bedding for kids in Indian orpanagesM. CandonIn formation
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Model CongressStudents attend events where they prepare for and particiapte as if in CongressH. PollardIn formation
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Figure SkatingStudents figure skate for funK. DearyIn formation
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Pay It ForwardStudents do fun community projectsK. DearyIn formation
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CookingStudents learn to cook for funK. SprinthallIn formation
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