LPHS Clubs Overview 2019/2020
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CLUB NAMETEACHER/SPONSORLOCATIONMEETING DATESTIME(S)DESCRIPTION
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Art ClubSydney WaltersMB 262Thursdays4:00 PM -5:00 PMFor students to work on visual arts projects at a larger scale/in groups.
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Asian American ClubT. Dellota /M. Tookey/S. KongMB 104TBD3:30PM - 4PM or 4:15PM - 4:45PMAsian American Club (AAC) aims to expand the Asian culture at LP with traditional and modern dancing. To strengthen our Asian community and include any students that are interested.
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B.O.S.S.J. JohnsonFB 170other Thursdays4:30 PM - 5:30 PMGiving young men an opportunity to grow. Staff will assist in tutoring, mentoring, play, and field trips.
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Book ClubAmy MartelloLibraryMonthlyafter schoolBook club is the place for those who love reading to read, meet, and discuss books.
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Building Bridges ClubAlvarezevery other Thursday3:15 PMBBC is a club to organize volunteering opportunities with El Valor Center in Pilsen.
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Dance TeamCori HiltonMB LunchroomWednesdays & Fridays3:15PM - 6PMDance Team is a cooperative group of dancers and athletes who strive to promote the vision of LPHS athletics. The goal is to promote school spirit and involvement, team work, dedication, strong work ethic, and respect.
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Debate TeamJaimee ShearnFB 259Mondays & Wednesdays3:15PM - 4:45PMWe are an official team in the Chicago Debate League. We practice for and compete in policy debates against other Chicago schools on a monthly basis.
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ECO ClubLuke MuellerMB 124Thursdays3:30PM - 4:30PMTo recycle at LPHS, organize and attend outings such as beach cleanups and tree-planting in Chicago. To raise awareness in school about environmental issues like recycling, energy use/waste, food waste, climate change and pollution.
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Educational Travel AbroadDawn GlunzMB 029Monthly3:15 PM - 5:00 PMEducational Study Abroad programs foster transformation that lasts a lifetime. Today's exchange students are tomorrow's change-makers: Diplomats; thought leaders; influencers in the international business and non-profit communities. AFS is a social club to provide out exchange students a chance to meet LP students who are not in their classes.
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Everybody CodesAimee SmithMB 221/219Wednesdays4:10 PM -5:30 PMTo get students of all backgrounds interested in computer science. The focus is encouraging girls and minorities as they are under-represented in CS. All students are welcome to come and deepen their CS skills as well as their confidence.
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Fashion Club: Passion 4 FashionAhoo KosariMB 225Mondays4:05 PMCalling all designers, photographers, models, and make-up artists: Join this club if you are interested in designing the Spring Fashion Show. Bring people together with shared interests in fashion; pull together different people to share diversity in opinions and expression (art, design, modeling, expression).
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FFN (Freedom From Nicotine)John JohnsonTBDEvery Wednesday4:15 PM - 5:30PMA support group for students who have either quit or are trying to quit nicotine usage, primarily vape devices. The main activity of the club will be group discussions led by the student presidents. In these discussions we will allow attendees to voice out any struggles they've had that week. In said discussions, we will allow attendees to voice out any stuggles they've had that week. In said discussions, we will provide encouragement to attendees. We will also go over methods of quitting, such as alternative activities and meditation. On subsequent meeetings, we will do check-ins for returning members.
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French Cine - ClubAndre IllievMB 104every 2nd Friday4:30 PMPromoting French culture through movies.
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Fusion Music ClubSteven LaneChoir Room and Gen Music RoomThursdays3:15PM - 4:05PMFusion Music is a welcoming and safe music space for all interested students who want to learn, practice, and perform different genres of music. Aspiring musicians will hone their musicality through practice and seeking guidance to learn musical skills.
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Gaming ClubSean McGuireMB 027Thursday and Friday3:15PM - 5PMGaming Club hosts card games on Thursdays (Poker, Exploding Kittens, UNO, you name it) and video games on Fridays (Smash, Mario Kart, Tetris, etc.)
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Gardening ClubMary Enda TookeyMB 102Tuesdays9th/10thTo clean-up and maintain gardens.
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Global GlimpseJankovichMB 117TBDTBDGlobal Glimpse is a non-profit organization that provides powerful international travel and leadership opportunities to high school students from diverse backgrounds. Students engage in a structured 16-day international experience focused on service-learning, cultural immersion, and leadership development in either Panama, Ecuador, or the Dominican Republic. The Global Glimpse program buils empathy, agency, and global perspective to empower students to succeed in college and drive change locally and globally.
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RnB and Gospel ChoirIan MartinMB 109 or Choir RoomWednesdays3:15 PMTo learn and perform R&B, Soul, and Gospel music.
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Ignite Bible Study ClubVivian HernandezMB 121Thursdays3:15 PM - 4:05 PMThe purpose of Ignite Club is to read and openly discuss The Bible and talk about its meaning, purpose, and application in our lives.
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Immigration AllianceIsela Ponce--Come to this supportive space where undocumented and mixed-status families can receive valuable info and contacts.
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Indoor Plant ClubCarolyn LatshawMB 309Wednesdays3:15 PMTo help grow a community of indoor gardeners who love plants and to plant.
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Investment and Trading ClubMatt LeoMB 302Tuesdaysafter 8th/9thThe investment and trading club is meant to enable students to learn about investing on the stock market. The club will feature guest speakers who will teach students about investing.
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Jewish Student ConnectionKevin StreicherMB 122every other Thursdays3:15PM - 4:15PMA club for all students to gather and share Jewish culture and tradition.
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Kickboxing/MMASteven LaneTBDTuesdays3:15 PMCome learn kickboxing arts such as Thai Boxing, Karate/TKD, JKD, Savate, and Grappling Arts like Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, and Shoot Wrestling. No experience necessary!
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Knitting and Craft ClubSandra MichalekMB 121Tuesdaysafter 8th/9thTo learn to create your own things - express creativity in sewing/knitting.
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LPHS Harry Potter ClubMatt FrancolinoFB 259Wednesdays3:15 PMIn this club we give fellow teens the opportunity to explore and dig deeper into the magical world we enjoy.
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Majorette ClubAfrika SimpsonAuditoriumMonday - Thursday3:15 PMMajorette is a club for males and females to use prior dancing skills to build confidence and learn competitive skills.
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Marine Biology ClubDr. Joy WalterMB 129every other Tuesday4:05 PM - 5:10 PMMade for passionate young teens to engage in conversations about our oceans, marine animals, and the threats that face them. We will be cleaning up North Avenue beach and evaluating research done by the Shed Aquarium and other scientists from around the world!
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Math TeamR. McHenney/N. ConwayMB 207Wednesdays3:15 PM - 5:15 PMA competitive group that helps students develop their problem solving skills by practicing and competing in various competitions throughout the year. All are welcome!!
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METALJohn CabeyMB 121Wednesdays3:10 PM - 5PMA place to learn, make, and have fun with Science.
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Model UNA. Dobner/Mr. MahajanFB 267Thursdays4:15 PM - 5:30 PMTo debate, participate in negotiations and conduct research about international relations.
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National Honors SocietyDobner / BakerLibraryMonday - Thursday3:15PM - 5PMThis is a national organization in which students are selected based on four pillars: scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
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RITMO Latin Dance ClubDr. Joy WalterMB 129every Tuesday4:10 PM - 5:00 PMRITMO is a Latin Dance club for beginners. Our goal is to have LP students learn how to improve their dancing skills while having fun!! You get to meet new people and learn new dances.
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SAGA (Sexuality and Gender Alliance)Phillip KendallMB 109Mondays4:15 PM - 5:15 PMTo provide support, courage, love, education and safe place for Lincoln Park students of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
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Social Justice ClubSarah LaskenMB 300every other Wednesdays3:15PM - 4:15PMSJC is about having discussions about issues that face our community every day (gun violence, oppression, racism, sexism). We will canvas for organizations such as Chicago Votes and ONE Northside to help spread awareness of these issues. We hope to have discussions that include a diverse group of people with different opinions so we can all learn and grow from each other. We hope you'll join!!
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Student Newspaper Club: The LP ReportMadigan and DavidsonMB 301Tuesdays3:15PM - 4:30PMThe LP Report is the student newspaper for LP high school. (Formerly known as the Lion's Roar)
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Student Voice CommitteeS. McGuire/J. Davidson27Mondays3:30PM - 5PMStudent Voice Committee is designed to give all students a voice, and the opportunity to express their feelings and experiences to better inform the work done by teachers and administrators at LP. The mission is to create partnerships with students, educators, and community to promote agency and elevate active participation in our school environment.
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SWAG (Sisters with a Goal)Shavone PerryFB 155TBD3:15 PMA sisterhood into inspiring and empowering the lives of young women everywhere. Our organization believes that all women can be successful in school as well as in their communities.
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Unified RecOsoba, O'Donnell, BrennerFB 1601st and 3rd Thursdays3:15 PMThis is a club designed to bring together students of Lincoln Park for fun, recreation, and leisure activities; create an inclusive and unified environment at LPHS; spread awareness about people with all abilities while gaining friendships and making connections.
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UpStagersLynda MeunierAuditoriumFridays4:05 PMTo give all students the opportunity to experience and enjoy theater.
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Writer's GuildAlexis MouledouxMB 215Tuesdays4:10 PMTo give writers a safe place to read, write, and edit work while highlighting and promoting the various avenues available to writers.
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YearbookAmy MartelloFB 256Thursdaysafter 8thThis club produces the yearbook for LPHS. We welcome all students who are interested in photography, design, copy editing, marketing, and school spirit.
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Young Life "Club"TBDMB 117Thursdays4:00 PM - 6:00 PMNothing short of controlled chaos! A fun exciting environment where students are encouraged to let loose, be themselves, and laugh as if no one is watching. High energy music, games, mixers, and a celebration of live while discovering who they are emotionally, socially, and spiritually. Woohoo!!
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