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AFRICAN AMERICAN CULTURE CLUBRoslyne JohnsonThe African American Culture Club provides a safe space for students to discuss and explore aspects of African history and culture. We will dive into the past in an attempt to understand current events. Additionally, we will conduct fundraisers and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to various related causes. Meetings will be held weekly. Membership is open to all students. Thursdays2:45S205
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AIDS AWARENESSKaitlyn MarcianoThis is a peer education club. Members are trained by "Project Safety Net." Together, club members design informative lessons to teach 9th grade health classes and 6th graders about HIV/ AIDS/ and STD transmission and prevention.Mondays2:40S2106wqzhwi
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONALJennifer Wolfe & Christina LangGlobal movement of millions of people demanding human rights for all people – no matter who they are or where they are. We are the world’s largest grassroots human rights organization. All people have fundamental human rights. But those rights are abused or denied every single day. In hundreds of communities across the United States, Amnesty International groups come together to protect human rights. This club will meet regularly and engage in specific human rights campaigns. For example, some groups choose a case of one person imprisoned for exercising his or her human rights and campaign to free that person, while other groups work to pass City Council resolutions welcoming refugees.Thursdays2:45N138
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ART CLUBMaria AnisanelArt Club offers a place for students to express creative visions. Students are allowed to work on individual projects that appeal to them.Mondays2:45S123
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BEST BUDDIESLanders/ Garelick/ McCannPairs developmentally disabled students in one-to-one friendships with high school students. By introducing Best Buddies into public and private high schools, it is hoped that we are crossing the invisible line that too often separates those with disabilities from those without.Tuesdays2:45Cafeteria@ohsbb22
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BIG BUDDIES/HOMEWORK HELPERSRoslyne JohnsonHigh School students serve as positive role models for ESL students at School #5. Volunteers help new Americans learn about their new country. Additionally, OHS students can request to be paired with a Big Buddy to assist them in a subject they find particularly challenging. Interested students should contact Mrs. Johnson, Club Advisor, to be added to the Homework Helpers list. Students will schedule meeting dates/times which can be virtual or in person. Tuesdays2:45S205
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BOOK CLUBMindy StecklowThe OHS Student Book Club meets twice each month. Once a month we discuss our current book selection, and use the other meeting as a check in. We make sure students have access to the chosen book and see where we all are in our reading for the month. At our first meeting, students will make choices regarding meeting dates/times and as to how books will be chosen. Students will make suggestions and the group will vote to determine our book choices. We encourage members to consider selections that bring different voices to our reading. Students are encouraged to join this club to engage in conversation with other readers and/or to become readers as we offer a positive, inclusive, inspiring and dynamic experience for all members.Thursdays2:45Library @ohsreadsqvozszj
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CANCER AWARENESSLisa MehrDedicated to raising awareness, funding for a cure, and showing our support and love for our heroes every step of the way. We won't stop until there's a better world without cancer.Wednesdays (2nd and 4th)2:45S128
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C.A.R.E CLUBJeannette WolfsonThe purpose of the C.A.R.E. club is to promote awareness of environmental issues and to take responsibility for the opportunities that each of us can make in our daily lives to make a positive change. Any student with environmental concerns or a passion for "going green" is welcome to join our club.Wednesdays2:35N219@youcarey75hiyh
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CHESS CLUB/GAME CLUBAndrea LevineChess Club is an interactive club that promotes strategic and analytical thinking while mastering the rules and regulations of Chess, and D&D, WOW, Magic, and any other game you can name:). Participants play games against each other and review games played by club members and professionals. Thursdays2:35N117@a8g9de6sgr3pd
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CLUB XLisa MehrClub X offers the opportunity to travel to NYC to attend cultural events such as theatre, opera, ballet concerts and museums. Each trip includes dinner at a different ethnic restaurant.Tuesdays2:45S128
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COURAGEOUS CONVERSATIONSRoslyne Johnson & Angelo MustoThis club is open to all students and hopes to further educate students on equity, racial disparity and other current issues in our society. Most importantly this will serve as a platform to have safe, authentic and effective dialogue where all perspectives are valued and communicated. Students will be encouraged to express their views openly with the goal that out of dialogue emerges a new and shared understanding.Mondays2:45S205
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DECAErica Dzwlewicz & Michelle CinelliDECA is an internationally recognized student- run business organization that serves to prepare students for careers in marketing and management. Students will develop market research reports. Wednesdays2:45N2095qrz5rq
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**ETHICS BOWLJeremy ZylbertEthics Bowl allows students to engage in philosophical discussions regarding varied topics including current events, high school life, music, politics, business, and much more. Interested students may also opt to participate in the Long Island High School Ethics Bowl where different schools' teams compete and collaborate to evaluate multiple perspectives for given scenarios. Thursdays2:45N216A@ethiczchbenaw
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FRESHMAN CLASS/BATTLEKathryn ThielBattle of the Classes is an ongoing event that begins in September and ends in January. Each grade competes against each other in a series of activities and events that include hallway decoration for our annual homecoming game, the creation of a float that is paraded around on Homecoming day, various fundraising efforts, European Handball, the Turkey shoot (where we collect food and deliver it to those in need during Thanksgiving), sports, dance performances, etc.. The final event, Battle, is an evening competition (on a saturday night in January) where each grade battles each other through dance performances and sporting activities.as neededA - D text @osd2025A-D
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GAME DESIGN PROG/ESPORTSKimberly EppsGain interest in programming and the field of computer science through game design. Espouse creativity and software design. Mondays2:35N124w2w6rut
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GAY/STRAIGHT ALLIANCE (GSA)Andrea LevineGay/Straight Alliance advocates for inclusivity of all groups; providing a bridge to facilitate positive interactions and understanding amongst our school community, and beyond; we aim to have fun while doing so.Tuesdays2:35N117@ahd89h45cj6l2q
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INTERACTMichelle McKeon & Alisa PalumboThe Interact Club is a community service based organization that gives students an opportunity to develop leadership skills while meeting new friends. Our activities range from fundraising for charities to collecting and delivering food to people in need. Additionally, students volunteer to tutor ENL students at the Kinder Center, school 6.Wednesdays2:45N137@3ak3bhedzsec3
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JUNIOR CLASS/BATTLEMindy StecklowBattle of the Classes is an ongoing event that begins in September and ends in January. Each grade competes against each other in a series of activities and events that include hallway decoration for our annual homecoming game, the creation of a float that is paraded around on Homecoming day, various fundraising efforts, European Handball, the Turkey shoot (where we collect food and deliver it to those in need during Thanksgiving), sports, dance performances, etc.. The final event, Battle, is an evening competition (on a saturday night in January) where each grade battles each other through dance performances and sporting activities.as neededA - Fa text @2023-fa
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KEY CLUB Jeremy ZylbertKey Club is an international service leadership organization for high school students whose community service efforts help to develop students' initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices.Mondays2:45Cafeteriaypwsmw4
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LATINO CULTURE CLUBRocio SaboridoThe Latino Culture Club provides all students, including those from Latino descent, an opportunity to learn, share, and experience the diversity within the Latino culture. Students also have a forum to identify and resolve any issues that concern them. The LCC encourages community service and giving back to our community.Tuesdays2:45S201
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LAW CLUB/MOCK TRIALJoe EdnieMembers compete in mock and moot trials at other schools & at the Supreme Court in Mineola. Mondays2:45N212
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LIFE FITNicole McCann & Brian GilbertLife Fit Club is an athletic group of special needs students and other OHS students that exercise together and play basketball and soccer games with Challenger teams from other schools throughout Nassau county. We participate in a special March Madness basketball game and compete for the enjoyment of the game and to enrich social skills and school/community involvement. Sportsmanship is what our team is all about. Fundraising is involved for the Life Fit club and a rallying end season game with a pizza party is fun for all.Beginning in January
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LITERARY MAGAZINEBonnie Hennessy & Nanci NigroThe Literary Magazine is a club for students interested in creative writing as well as the process of producing a literary magazine. On the writing side, students will engage in creative writing activities, share and critique their work. In relation to production, students will engage in activities related to selecting and editing written works as well as art submissions, creating a theme for the magazine, organizing the art and writing. They will learn photoshop in order to put the magazine together. Tuesday2:45S206 or S126
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MATHLETESJames SmithCompetitions with other schools. Practice for competitions. Mondays2:45N125A
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MODEL CONGRESS (SCOPE) Jason Manning & Michael DeMarcoDiscussion of political ideas.Wednesdays 2:45Cafeteria@omc21-22oql5lbf
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OCEANSIDE ATHLETIC PRIDEKen Dwyer & Jason Manning To raise school spirit at OHS. Raise money for athletic programs through the Circle of Pride dinner. Thursday Bi-Weekly7:15 AMS137@apride20213uoiohi
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PATRIOTS CLUBTodd Nussen & Jason ManningTo acknowledge, honor and remember current and former US military personnel who were a part of OHS and the community. To spread and encourage patriotism among the students and/or community members.Wednesdays 2:45 PMS137@372dfefqaxfyf
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PRE-MED/HEALTH CLUBFrank RugoloPre-Med/Health Club is a club for students who are interested in pursuing a career in a medical field. Students will meet with various health professionals for meaningful question and answers sessions and engage in discussions with like-minded students. TBD2:45 PMS212@premedheal
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ROBOTICSMatthew Sheinkopf & Peter Orlando Students will build a 130lb robot for competition. The club teams professionals and students to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way. The program is a life changing, career molding experience.Mondays2:45S130@3kdg87bwwbarwh
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SCIENCE OLYMPIADHeather HallTo prepare and compete in the regional Science Olympiad Tournament. Consists of over 20 STEM related events, from experimental design to robotics.Thursday2:45S128NAfvjwp4s
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SENIOR CLASS/BATTLEAlexandra VollaroBattle of the Classes is an ongoing event that begins in September and ends in January. Each grade competes against each other in a series of activities and events that include hallway decoration for our annual homecoming game, the creation of a float that is paraded around on Homecoming day, various fundraising efforts, European Handball, the Turkey shoot (where we collect food and deliver it to those in need during Thanksgiving), sports, dance performances, etc.. The final event, Battle, is an evening competition (on a saturday night in January) where each grade battles each other through dance performances and sporting activities.as neededA - E text @osd2022A-E
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SIDER PRESSJoe Perri & Mike HowleyThe Sider Press Club produces the high school’s newspaper. Toward this end, we cover school, local, national events and issues. There is a core of editors supported by staff writiers, artists, and photographers. Involvement in the paper provides students with real-world journalistic skills and experience.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS/BATTLEJen McCabeBattle of the Classes is an ongoing event that begins in September and ends in January. Each grade competes against each other in a series of activities and events that include hallway decoration for our annual homecoming game, the creation of a float that is paraded around on Homecoming day, various fundraising efforts, European Handball, the Turkey shoot (where we collect food and deliver it to those in need during Thanksgiving), sports, dance performances, etc.. The final event, Battle, is an evening competition (on a saturday night in January) where each grade battles each other through dance performances and sporting activities.as neededA - D text @2024A-D
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SPORTNIGHT BLUEJennifer FrascaTeams of girls who compete against each other in song, dance, athletic skill and artwork. Encourages sportsmanship and leadership. Beginning in January
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SPORTNIGHT WHITEIsabella Nordin PortogueseTeams of girls who compete against each other in song, dance, athletic skill and artwork. Encourages sportsmanship and leadership. Beginning in January
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WORLD INTEREST CLUBDanielle Block & Karen KosakoffModel U.N. Club - Students participate in model UN competitions hosted by universities in the northeast. We also do fundraisers for local, national and/or global causes of students' choosing annually. Tuesdays2:45S119N/A3coy4jn
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VIDEO CLUBAudrey MillerThis club is open ONLY to students presently taking an OHS Video Production or Broadcasting class or who have successfully completed an OHS Video Production or Broadcasting class. Students will be able to create their own productions and explore different aspects of video and audio production.Mondays2:40S108
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YOUNG INVESTOR'S CLUBSheila CrewsThis club explores and applies the concepts used among current business investors. Students will have the ability to trade real stocks through the use of an online platform, which depicts real time automated business stock quotes.Wednesdays2:45S202N/Az34kbqx
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YOUTH COUNCILSara Dowler & Jaclyn SileoThis club works with Oceanside SAFE (Substance Abuse Free Environment) to change the culture related to mental health and addiction. Our mission is to educate community, provide knowledge about resources available, and increase student awareness.Thursday 2:35S-210
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**MATH HONOR SOCIETYSherryl Garry & James Smith
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**NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETYDanielle Casquarelli
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**NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETYSharri Sandler
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**WORLD LANGUAGE HONOR SOCIETYPatricia Valeriano & Bridgett Amthor
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**YEARBOOK (SPINDRIFT)Jennifer Frasca & Joe Perri