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HBHS CLUBS 2019-2020
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CLUB NAMECLUB DESCRIPTIONADVISORPRESIDENTROOMDAYTIME
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Activism ClubThe purpose of our club is to open discussions about social issues and activism. We will have weekly meetings to have discussions about these issues and keep each other informed. We will also help individuals find volunteering opportunities that are best suited to them!Mr. Fritchoff

mfritchoff@hbuhsd.edu
Isabella Machado

imachado100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B22Every other Mondaylunch
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Alzheimer's Awareness ClubThe purpose of this organization is to raise awareness to the disease of Alzheimer’s and being with someone diagnosed with Alzheimer’s by doing a variety of activities with them and for them.Mrs. Han

hhan@hbuhsd.edu
Hana Homma

hehomma100@student.hbuhsd.edu
A38Tuesdaylunch
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American Heart Association ClubWe are dedicated to raising awareness for heart disease and supporting those who are affected while encouraging others to live healthier lifestyles.Kevin Crossett

kcrossett@hbuhsd.edu
Paul Nguyen

pnguyen132@student.hbuhsd.edu
J10Tuesdaytutorial
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American Red CrossThe American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donorsMrs. Harshman

rharshman@hbuhsd.edu
Tina Soroudi

tsoroudi100@student.hbuhsd.edu
A 3Thursdaylunch
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Animation ClubThe purpose of this club is to allow those who have an interest in animation to practice and improve their skills.Mr. Harward

mharward@hbuhsd.edu
Claire To

cto101@student.hbuhsd.edu
I2Fridaylunch
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Anime ClubWe are just a bunch of dudes watching anime, and if you like anime come and join. We discuss different shows that are released and give our opinions on the shows.Fritchoff

mfritchoff@hbuhsd.edu
Nicholas Van Velden

nicholasvanvelden@hotmail.com
B22Tuesday, Thursdaylunch
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Astrophysics and Aerospace Engineering ClubTo provide an opportunity to learn from one another and be introduced to a peer-based scientific community. In this club, we will discuss the mysteries and advancements within astrophysics and aerospace engineering, while focusing to educate those who wish to pursue a career within these spectrums.Dewilde

bdewilde@hbuhsd.edu
Kara Tran-Wright/Sierra Green

kytranwright100@student.hbuhsd.edu srgreen102@student.hbuhsd.edu
I3Wednesdaylunch
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Best Buddies ClubWe want to promote interactions and friendships between students with very different social needs and typical peers.Alex Mitchell

amitchell@hbuhsd.edu
Joshua Salama

joshuas1015@gmail.com
I5Thursdaylunch
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Black Student UnionA sanctuary for anyone who feels that they have been oppressed or discriminated against due to the color of their skin in any environment to participate in open discussion on social, political, and economic differences. Specifically addressing those in the Black Community.McCauley

lmmcauley@hbuhsd.edu
Kara Tran-Wright

ktranwright@gmail.com
A/21Thursdaylunch
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Breast Cancer Awareness ClubThe purpose of this organization will be to bring attention to the effects of breast cancer and the ways we can help people with this condition.Mrs. Dahl

mdahl@hbuhsd.edu
Kayla Do & Amy Zeng

kdo107@student.hbuhsd.edu atzeng100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B21Wednesdaylunch, every first Wednesday of the month
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BridgesWork to create, advocate, and sustain a safe, inclusive, and equitable campus climate that is respectful of society’s diversity. Roxanna Jimenez-Jones rjimenez@hbuhsd.edu Mrs. McGlaughlin kmcglaughlin@hbuhsd.eduOlivia Hahn ojhahn100@student.hbuhsd.eduA25WednesdayLunch
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Business ClubThe purpose of the business club is to bring creative young students together in order to learn from other business owners and be inspired to be future leaders.Señora Giese

cvaleriogiese@hbuhsd.edu
Isabella Mitri

imitri100@student.hbuhsd.edu
J9Thursdaylunch
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California Scholarship FederationThe California Scholarship Federation is a club that is focused on fundraisers and volunteering opportunities to raise money to return to the seniors of the club for scholarships for college.Amy Harbour

aharbour@hbuhsd.edu
Riley Jackson

rajackson102@student.hbuhsd.edu
A29Wednesdaylunch
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Cards of KindnessThe main mission of Cards of Kindness is to spread love and words of encouragement to those who are facing some of the toughest experiences of their lives. Our club will be meeting weekly to make cards for hospitalized patients of all ages in hospitals as well as local nursing homes within the Huntington Beach Community. Members will be able to make specialized holiday cards, motivational cards, or simply write any kind words or stories they wish to share with patients. Since many patients are hospitalized for long periods of time, a colorful greeting card and a few simple words of encouragement can really cheer up a patient’s day :) We hope to create a special connection between students and patients and learn more about each other’s experiences!Melissa Dahl

mdahl@hbuhsd.edu
Mohini Chatterjee

mchatterjee100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B26Fridaylunch
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Chess ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to allow members to play chess with other students during lunchtime, which allows them to socialize with other students that have the same interests while also engaging in a competitive environment. Students can be taught how to play chess by other members and develop independent strategy skills through thinking ahead and learning to rely on themselves.Mrs. Giese

cvaleriogiese@hbuhsd.edu
Kayla Do

kdo107@student.hbuhsd.edu
J9Tuesdaylunch, every month
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Cultural Awareness ClubThe purpose of this organization is to make people more aware about the diverse range of cultures that exist amongst us in the world.Ms. Acuna

lacuna@hbuhsd.edu
Sahiba Grewal

skgrewal100@student.hbuhsd.edu
J3Mondaylunch
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Current Events ClubThe purpose of this organization is for students to have the opportunity to discuss national and international issues in a classroom setting, where they will be encouraged to learn more about the issues that face society, view these situations from multiple perspectives and determine how they can help those in the world who are in need.Shaun Haney

shaney@hbuhsd.edu
Emma Guard

ecgswim@gmail.com
B6Fridaylunch
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D&D ClubTo learn and play Dungeons and Dragons.Mr. Fritchoff

Mfritchoff@hbuhsd.edu
Jillian Gotz

jngotz100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B22Thursdaylunch
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Doctors of TomorrowA place to foster an environment in which students are able to pursue their passion for the medical field by presenting them with volunteering opportunities, tours of medical facilities, and guest speakers.Ms. Roethel

iroethel@hbuhsd.edu
Camille Gruber & Nadia Kazempoor

camilleg853@gmail.com nzkazempoor100@student.hbuhsd.edu
D23Fridaylunch
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Dungeons and Dragons ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to help promote reading and to help promote the Library as a positive space for all students.Michael Fritchoff

mfrtichoff@hbuhsd.edu
Angela Czintos

aczintos1@gmail.com
B22Thursdaylunch
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Endangered Species Awareness AssociationThis club is meant to raise awareness about local, national, and international species that are endangered due to climate change, deforestation, and many other factors. We will discuss animals that are at risk of extinction in Orange County as well as how we can help to prevent their extinction. There will also be visits to local conservancies where students can learn more about endangered animals such as how they became endangered and what effects their extinction will lead to.Melissa Dahl

mdahl@hbuhsd.edu
Arianne Vethan

avethan100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B7Thursdaylunch
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Fellowship of Christian AthletesThe purpose of this organization shall be to use the platform of competition to reach students and coaches and lead them in a growing relationship with Christ.Nolynn Rogers

nrogers@fac.org
Cole Royster

csroyster100@student.hbuhsd.edu
Gym, A40Tuesdaylunch
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Feminism ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to raise awareness of women’s rights and the importance of feminism within our school and community.Brian Murray

bmurray@hbuhsd.edu
Lauren Liang & Ava Clark

lyliang100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B24Tuesdaylunch
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Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)The purpose of FBLA is to inspire people in our community to become young business leaders and to help our community through a business mindset. Through Service, Education, and Progress, we hope to learn and prepare students into young business leaders that could benefit the world in the future.Gianine Ruziecki

gruziecki@hbuhsd.edu
Alex Hill and Sophia Vo

aehill100@student.hbuhsd.edu svo106@student.hbuhsd.edu
J6Wednesdaylunch
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Girls in STEMThe purpose of this club is to promote more involvement in the STEM field, and to provide an opportunity to anyone who would want to get involved to do so.Mrs. Tran-bloom

atranbloom@hbuhsd.edu
Tina Soroudi

tsoroudi100@student.hbuhsd.edu
D6Wednesdaylunch
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HBHS Debate ClubLove politics? Love arguing? Love meeting new people? If so, HBHS Debate Club is the place to be! This club is a fun place to have arguments on trending topics with all of your friends. This club is for ALL political parties and representatives, so you'll never feel left out! Join us for a fun and education time!!Mrs. Thom

kthom@hbuhsd.edu
Jazmine Benson

jnbenson100@student.hbuhsd.edu
D4Tuesday, Fridaylunch
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HBHS eSports TeamThe eSports team is a large collaborative group that plays video games and attends meets to compete with other schools. We hold practices and coordinate our team to work together in these games. We cover several games such as Overwatch, League of Legends, and Fortnite, etc.Mr. Delazzer

tdelazzer@hbuhsd.edu
Kyle Duong

kyle.duong@gmail.com
B11Thursdaylunch and practices after school
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HBHS HALOHALO raises awareness and funds for those with autism. There will be opportunities to work with children who have autism and help their families by fundraising.Mrs. Ruziecki

gruziecki@hbuhsd.edu
Ashley Berdelis

ashley.berdelis@gmail.com
J6Thursdaylunch
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HBHS UNICEFOur club will meet every other wednesday in order to discuss and advocate for the wellbeing of children around the world and work to achieve UNICEF's mission statement by fundraising to insure every child is empowered and has access to an education, nutrient, and shelter.Brande Dunn

bdunn@hbuhsd.edu
Anthony Sanchez and Amy Do

asanchez113@student.hbuhsd.edu amyirenedo@gmail.com
J11Wednesdaylunch
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HBHS Uno ConfederationHere at Uno Club, we want to give back to the HB community by helping students derive peak enjoyment from the card game Uno—wholesome fun for ages 3 and up—primarily through thoughtful discussion and hardcore gaming sessions.Señora Flowers

cflowers@hbuhsd.edu
Emma Lopez & Leyna Vu

ealopez100@student.hbuhsd.edu & lavu100@student.hbuhsd.edu
J4Tuesdaylunch
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Heirs to Our Oceans HBHS ChapterThe Heirs to Our Oceans HBHS Chapter is a school chapter of the global, youth-led organization, Heirs to Our Oceans. Heirs to Our Oceans is dedicated to inspiring awareness, responsibility, and action amongst youth to protect our oceans.Madame Garet

igaret@hbuhsd.edu
Jaana Mantere

jkmantere100@student.hbuhsd.edu
J82nd & 4th Wednesdaylunch
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International Humanitarian Outreach ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to supply women and children internationally with the necessary supplies to support themselves and their family. We are going to focus on conflict areas where women are unable to receive sanitation and hygiene products allowing the spread of diseases and lack of productivity. We are going to focus on one area at a time allowing them our full attention. As we are just starting out, we are going to begin by working with established organizations until we can carry out these procedures on our own. We believe that every woman and child should have equal opportunity to prosper in their society. We will remain non-political but only a resource to support those in need. Secondly, we would like to educate people around our campus and community about the severity of the situations outside of our nation. We would like to teach them how they can get involved in our club.David Renfrew

drenfrew@hbuhsd.edu
Taylor Lang and Kylie Barnhart

tllang100@student.hbuhsd.edu kabarnhart100@student.hbuhsd.edu
D26Thursdaylunch
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Just 5The Just 5 Club will be focused on bettering the environment by specifically cleaning up trash from the beaches in our community and aiming towards a more sustainable future.Trinity Orman

torman@hbuhsd.edu
Taylor Rubly

taylorrubly26@gmail.com
T1Wednesdaytutorial
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Key ClubOur purpose is to provide students with community service and give them a chance to experience fun events planned throughout the year.Mrs. Harshman

rharshman@hbuhsd.edu
Tom Vo

tvo.keyclub@gmail.com
A3Mondaylunch
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Library ClubDavid Scharbach

dscharbach@hbuhsd.edu
Ava Clark

amclark101@student.hbuhsd.edu
LibraryFridaylunch
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Mental Health Awareness ClubAccording to the Association for Children's Mental Health, "1 in 5 young people have a mental health challenge that is severe enough to impair how they function at home, school or in the community," which can stem from multiple issues including but not limited to, fear of social impact, not having access to resources, and often the unwillingness to admit that there is a mental health issue present (Problems at School: Association for Children's Mental Health, 2019, 4). As a rising senior who has personally experienced mental health challenges and overcome them, I have learned that you do not need to be limited by the voices of others who doubt your capabilities and I am committed to bringing light to the conditions and needs of the mental health of teenagers.This club will be a safe place for students to come and discuss their own personal experiences and feelings, having to do with mental health as well as be educated on the subjects of mental health in innovative ways.Cody Moran

cmoran@hbuhsd.edu
Eden Henry

edenraehenry@gmail.com
FDRThursdaylunch
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Military Enlistment College and CareerThis club is for students who are interested in potentially enlisting, attending a military college, and those who are interested in going into military related careers.Bill Harmicar

wharmicar@hbuhsd.edu
Grant Latour

galatour100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B26Tuesday, Fridaylunch
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Mountain Bike ClubTo train and compete in mountain bike races for the purpose of developing a strong body, mind, and character through mountain biking.Luis Arroyo

larroyo@hbuhsd.edu
Derek Tonel

dwtonel100@student.hbuhsd.edu
J13Thursdaylunch
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Operation Smile ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to empower the youth generation to advocate for children all across the globe, provide for the young patients undergoing surgery through the creation of felt blankets, smile bags, etc., and to fundraise/spread awareness about Operation Smile and cleft palates in general.Ms. Lammers

elammers@hbuhsd.edu
Yazzie Suleiman

yrsuleiman100@student.hbuhsd.edu
A36Thursdaylunch
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Physical Sciences ClubTo procure a place where science-minded individuals can explore the fun side of the STEM world.Raymond Egan

regan@hbuhsd.edu
Frankie Schulte

frankiejschulte@gmail.com
I7Mondaylunch
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Robotics ClubWe train members to build a robot to compete in the FRC Robotics Competition. No prior experience is necessary.Mr. DeWilde

bdewilde@hbuhsd.edu
James Perez

jlperez102@student.hbuhsd.edu
I5Tuesdaylunch
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Rotary Interact ClubThis is the high school branch of the Rotary International Club and we aim to continue the work of the International organization within our Huntington Beach community through supporting local and international events and causes.Gina Broesamle

gbroesamle@hbuhsd.edu
Annika Wiederin

annikawiederin@gmail.com
A10Tuesdaylunch
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Share Your Story ClubWe provide as an outlet for seniors to share their story and act as a listener and will volunteer and support, stay respectful and compassionate, as well as a volunteer at the senior center.Ms. Roethel

iroethel@gmail.com
Sandra Chan // Chloe Yeager

sandrachan022@gmail.com //chloe_yeager@yahoo.com
D23Tuesdaylunch
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SMACT (Science Math Academic Competition Team)Interested in STEM? Interested in winning? Compete with a team of 15 in science events from astronomy to zoology at UCI.Alexander Mitchell

amitchell@hbuhsd.edu
Natalie Do

hbhsmact@gmail.com, nldo100@student.hbuhsd.edu
I5Tuesdaylunch
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STEMup4YouthThrough acts of service, STEMup4Youth will work with its members here at HBHS to encourage all children, especially girls, in the Orange County area, to explore the wonders of science in a fun and engaging manner.Dahl

mdahl@hbuhsd.edu
Zensu Nguyen & Leyna Vu

zlnguyen100@student.hbuhsd.edu lavu100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B71st & 3rd Thursdaylunch
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Students Helping HondurasThe purpose of this club is to fundraise for the creation of new schools in Honduras in order to alleviate poverty through education.Mr. Delazzer

tdelazzer@hbuhsd.edu
Sean Ishijima

sean.ishijima@gmail.com
B11Thursdaylunch
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Super Smash Bros ClubThe Super Smash Bros Club is dedicated to encouraging friendly competition and enjoying one of our favorite game series with friends.Bryan DeWilde

bdewilde@hbuhsd.edu
Shawn Trobaugh

smtrobaugh100@student.hbuhsd.edu
I3Fridaylunch
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Surfrider FoundationIn the Surfrider Foundation Club, members learn to love and appreciate the environment and designate their efforts towards alleviating the pollution it endures. Through help both on and off campus, Surfrider members help to create awareness on the harshness our environment faces. Beach clean ups, city council meetings, and on campus activities all help to drive the Surfrider Foundation club to creating a future free of pollution.Mr. Ruth

jruth@hbuhsd.edu
Mason Lucero

mplucero100@student.hbuhsd.edu
D25Thursdaylunch
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The Current Events ClubThe purpose of the Current Events Club is to inform students about the weekly news and current events. We understand that in today's modern world, the news can be overwhelmingly excessive so we have decided to undertake the task of condensing significant news into one presentation that we will present to the club weekly. These presentations are meant to educate members on what is happening around the world that particular week. After the presentation, we will have voluntary open-ended discussions on our thoughts, all while enjoying tasty snacks provided by our board at every single meeting.Mr. Goran

ggoran@hbuhsd.edu
Leonard (Leo) Luong

leoluong38@yahoo.com
A42Thursdaylunch
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The Jessie Rees ClubThe Purpose of this organization should be to spread infinite joy! We hope to open the students to helping others and have them come to a realization of how grateful they should be for the life they have today. The overall goal of this club is to have students come together in the end after bonding over teamwork and getting to experience a once in a lifetime opportunities.Mrs. Broesamle

gbroesamle@hbuhsd.edu
Chloe Warner

cewarner100@student.hbuhsd.edu
A10Tuesdaytutorial
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The Oil PitSchool spirit activities!Moran

dmoran@hbuhsd.edu
Keeley Delaney

ksdelaney100@student.hbuhsd.edu
FDRThursdaylunch
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The United Christian ClubThe purpose of the United Christian Club is to get people plugged into the United Youth Group at Compass Bible Church where over 100 high school students attend from all over Orange County!Mr. DeWilde

bdewilde@hbuhsd.edu
Joshua Kuo

jdkuo100@student.hbuhsd.edu
I3Thursdaylunch
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Theatre ClubThis is a club for APA students and non-APA students alike. We are here to promote interest in all aspects of theatre as well as to help prepare students to audition for both APA and non-APA shows.Robert Rotenberry

rrotenberry@hbuhsd.edu
Alisha Sweeting

ajsweet.310@gmail.com
E3Wednesdaylunch
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Vietnamese Student AssociationCelebrate Vietnamese cultureDenise Yokoe

Dyokoe@hbuhsd.edu
Gordon Nguyen, Ann Tran

Gcnguyen102@student.hbuhsd.edu
attran133@student.hbuhsd.edu
D22Fridaylunch
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World Vision Running ClubThe purpose of this organization shall be to keep up a healthy student body and motivate others to join the cause by promoting selfless acts to donate towards the less fortunate in rural areas.Mr. Delazzer

tdelazzer@hbuhsd.edu
Katie Park

kspark100@student.hbuhsd.edu
B11Wednesdaylunch
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Young Democrats of America ClubThe Young Democrats of America Club is aimed at promoting political advocacy and activism through informative debates, presentations, and discussions.Mr. Nicholson

knicholson@hbuhsd.edu
Taylor Gates (Co-Presidents)

trgates100@student.hbuhsd.edu
TBA (new classroom)Wednesdaylunch
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Young Republicans ClubThe purpose of this club is to engage the students to politics as well as provide an insight to the Republican views and arguments on pressing issues today. We also want to engage members in active service as we aspire to host service projects for the military and volunteer and aid in political events such as rallies in local elections.Mr. Harmicar

wharmicar@hbuhsd.edu
Duy Nguyen

ddnguyen144@student.hbuhsd.edu
B6Fridaylunch
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