ECHS Clubs 2016-17
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Club NameClub MissionStudent Contact NameStudent Contact EmailTeacher SponsorTeacher Sponsor EmailMeeting RoomMeeting Days
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ASL ClubTo help otheres learn how to communicate with those who only use ASL, and to spread the greatness of American Sign Language through ECHS.Uriah Bates Parkerdestinyparker198@yahoo.comMs. CordovaCCordova@wccusd.netC207Wednesdays
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Animal Rights ClubRaising money for animal organizations in need of help and raise awareness about how many animals are suffering everyday in the streets. Find them a home/better living situtation.Sarah Graupsgraup5300@gmail.comMr. JimenezPJimenez@wccusd.netC200Thursdays
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Asian Student UnionEducate and promote diversity, spread the awareness of Asian Cultures, and provide a network for those interested in the many different cultures.Surangana Joshisuranganaj@gmail.comMr. ParkMPark@wccusd.netC204Fridays
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Black Student UnionTo encourage, empower and support Black students in preparing for the future by building relationships and fostering cultural awareness. To create unity, awareness, and a safe space for Black students to share relevant topics having to do with our community.Eric Martin II
ericwaltermartin2000@gmail.com
Ms. Momohaudrey.momoh@wccusd.netLibraryTuesdays
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Breakfast ClubLearn and develop culinary skills.Tamika Whitenack tamika.whitenack@gmail.com Mr. JepsonEJepson@wccusd.netE108Mondays
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Chess ClubHelp people learn more about chess and chess strategy, and explore new games such as: Go, Checkers, Agricola, etcNirmal Ghisinglama7840@gmail.comMr. LindsayJLindsay@wccusd.netA231Daily
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Circle of FriendsHelp special education students develop social interactions with other students outside of their normal classes. this will open up and create new experiences for all students.Marcus Leemarcuslee7@gmail.com
Ms. Harrisson
Ms. Corpuz
MHarrison@wccusd.net
MCorpuz@wccusd.net
B100Wednesdays
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Comics ClubTo help create a community of aspiring graphic novelists, and perfect our art. We will also do recommendations, and discussions regarding Marvel, DC, manga, and televison cartoons, etc. Olivia Wiselyowisely.K2@mysummitps.orgMr. Tarpehyudusie.tarpeh@wccusd.netD205Wednesdays
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The Creative ClubFind creative solutions to the problems that impact us and our community. Through discussion, visual art, and workshops we hope to create a safe space to talk about topics we find important.Claire Donovan-
Suguitan
cads0205@gmail.comMs. KriegerSKrieger@wccusd.netC203Wednesdays
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Dance AssociationTo develop people's skills of dance no matter what their level, and to build a strong community through dance.Austin ValeraValera.Austin@gmail.comMs. BurksHBurks@wccusd.netSmall GymTuesdays Thursdays
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Dragon BoatingTo promote and share information about the sport of Dragon Boating , and to explore its history and culture.Emma Regevemmagician@hotmail.comMr. PangLpang@wccusd.netD 103Mondays
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Dungeons and DragonsTo build leadership and problemsolving skills. To expand the mind for new ways of thinking through the playing of D&D.Henry Russelsparklyaftertaste@gmail.comMr. Janovetzroy.janovetz@wccusd.netC202Tuesdays Wednesdays
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ECHS Mountain Bike ClubTo train for and participate in Mountain Biking competitions.Evan Garrisonevanjgarrison@gmail.comMr. Benjaminatiim.benjamin@wccusd.netSmall GymWednesdays
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ECHS Photography ClubTo inspire on-campus photographers and showcase them.Marin Stuartmarinstuart1@gmail.comMr. Grovertgrover@wccusd.netC 208Tuesdays
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ECHS Ultimate Frisbee ClubTo organize an ultimate frisbee team to compete in local/regional games and tournaments.Marshall Dotymarshalldoty@gmail.comMs. NgoCNgo@wccusd.netSmall GymTuesdays
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Film and Literature ClubPromote enrichment through analyzing written word and film.Chole Moodycmoody31685@yahoo.comMs. KriegerSKrieger@wccusd.netC 203Mondays
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FIDM Fashion ClubTo help people express their love for fashion. To share current trends, promote the knowledge of carreers in the fashion industry, and trigger a potential carreer in the fashion industry. Victoria Navarroechsfidm@gmail.comMs. ShahMShah@wccusd.netA228Mondays
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Garden ClubMaintaining ECHS garden and educating people about gardening.Kevin Cassmancassmankevin@gmail.comMs. BurksHBurks@wccusd.netB305Mondays
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Gaucho Dance CompanyTo provide dancers at ECHS in Dance Production with additional rehearsal time and performance opportunities on campus to improve school climate and culture.Hermes Ramoshermesluisr@gmail.com
Ms. Kronenberg
JKronenberg@wccusd.netDance StudioTuesdays
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Guitar ClubTo create a place for likeminded musicians of all skill levels to come and share a passion, and to learn more about music and guitar.Harry Brownharrybrown98@gmail.comMr. FabiniRFabini@wccusd.netB 304Fridays
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Highschoolers Uplifting God (HUG)Strives to encourage others to step out of their comfort zone and show how a spiritual entity will always accompany them.Sara Chungscbee53@gmail.comMs. BrownABrown2@wccusd.netD203Tuesdays
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InteractCommunity service club working toward betterment of the community.Julia Phalenjuliamphalen@gmail.comMs. CaballeroPCaballero@wccusd.netC104Wednesdays
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Japanese Soran BushiSpread Japanese culture through the art of modern and traditional Soran Bushi folk dancing.Lucy Tobarlucy.lorraine.tabor@gmail.comMs. Greningermutsuko.greninger@wccusd.netC 107Mondays Thursdays
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Juggling ClubTo add a sense of coordination to ECHS through juggling and circus arts.Emma Regevemmagician@hotmail.comMr. PangLpang@wccusd.netGymFridays
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Key ClubTo provide community service opportunities to all members so they can form better bonds between each other and the community by giving back as much as possible.Stephany Sustephanysu@gmail.comMr. SilvaCSilva@wccusd.netB 104Thursdays
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Korean Culture ClubTo share a growing culture with students and to expand their knowledge of today's lifestyles in a country that is very different from theirs.John Kimjohnseokkim@gmail.comMr. MasonCMason@wccusd.netB200Mondays
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Mock TrialTo help students acquire a working knowledge of our judicial system, develop analytical abilities and communication skills, and gain an understanding of their obligations and responsibilities as participating members of our society. This program is active in 36 California counties.​Allonna Nordhavnallonnanicole@yahoo.comMr. JimenezPJimenez@wccusd.netC200Tuesdays and Thursdays
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Latino Student Union / Latinos UnitedTo increase awareness by educating the ECHS community about Latin American culture and traditions such as dance, food, music, and celebrations.Madeleine Bonillamaddiebonilla214@gmail.comMs. Rios
Ms. Campos
CRios@wccusd.net
YCampos@wccusd.net
C 102Mondays
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Math ClubTo learn mathematics, work on math problems, research math topics, and present ideas.Claire Sterlingclairedaisy9@gmail.comMr. SandersJSanders2@wccusd.netD202Wednesdays
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Nepali ClubTo spread Nepali Culture. It is also to advance, promote, and educate all youth in some major Nepalese culture highlights, including Nepali festivals, games, foods, etc.Surangana Joshisuranganaj@gmail.comMr. ParkMPark@wccusd.netC204Wednesdays
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Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA)To create a safe space for queer students and to educate the general public.Cassandra Martindarbles1515@gmail.comMs. Raderjrader@wccusd.netJMPTuesdays
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Rising StarsIs dedicated to insiring pre-adolescent children through cultural arareness for the purpose of creating a positive lasting change in their life. This task will be acomplished through historical awareness, nutrition, and preforming arts. Neziah Whitsonneziahwhitson@gmail.comMs. Momohaudrey.momoh@wccusd.netB106Tuesdays
Thursdays
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Robotics, Engineering, & Design (R.E.D.)To enrich understanding of fundamental engineering processes through robotics design, and to spark interest in the STEM field. Zhenye Fengjefffeng321@gmail.comMr. LindsayJLindsay@wccusd.netA 231Thursdays
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Science ClubExpose students to different types of scienific principles and technology. Cian Cheecian.chee@gmail.comMr. FabiniRFabini@wccusd.netB 304Thursdays
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Speech and Debate To increase critical thinking skills, confidence in public speaking, and student creativity through competitive debating, acting and speaking.Alice Johnsonalice.rose.johnson.1@gmail.comMr. Kingsburywilliam.kingsbury@wccusd.netB303Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
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SPIRE @ ECHSProvide opportunitie for those who want social, proffesional, and academic connections with students from other high schools in the Bay Area, as well as local Universities.Natalie Chenelcerritohs@spirehk.orgMs. BinderSBinder@wccusd.netC206Tuesdays
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Students for Social AwarenessTo encourage students to be conscious of the problems different communities face and motivate them to become more involved in trying to create positive solutions for them.Mahi Tabanmahi.taban9@gmail.comMs. McGrathMMcGrath@wccusd.netB206Tuesdays
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South Asian Student Union To recognize the beauty of the South Asian culture. A place of recognition not only for the South Asian minority but anyone who wishes to be embedded in this rich culture and gain important cultural and cross cultural understanding. Sammar Iqbalsammariqbal741@gmail.comMs. MangumSMangum@wccusd.netC102Thursdays
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Thespian SocietyA student driven organization dedicated to the advancement of the Theater Arts at El Cerrito.Jack Schuttedaemonjack99@gmail.comMr. Deckerbradley.decker@wccusd.netA115Thursdays
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Tibetan ClubTo raise awareness of the current issues in Tibet and to participate in events led by SFT.Tenzing Choenyitenzing.choeyni@yahoo.comMr. ParkMPark@wccusd.netC204Fridays
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Urbex ClubThe goal of Urbex Club is to explore the unknown spaces in our area and capture them with photographs. Revealing a different perspective to the journey of our everyday lives.Raqeeb Changraqeebchang@gmail.comMs. ShahMShah@wccusd.netA231Mondays Fridays
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Women of All Collors AllianceTo provide a space and a discussion place for women of color and allies to learn about women of color, about intersectionalist feminist movements, current feminist issues, and other subject matter important for young peoiple to be educated about.Sydney Duckor and Brianna Robinsonsydney.duckor@gmail.comMs. NgoCNgo@wccusd.netB207Mondays
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