MHS Club Information Sheet (2020-2021)
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Club NameAdvisorClub DescriptionClub Meeting TimeRemote Club Meeting Link
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4-H ClubMs. TuccilloIn 4‑H, we believe in the power of young people. We see that every child has valuable strengths and real influence to improve the world around us.

What is 4‑H? 4‑H is delivered by Cooperative Extension—a community of more than 100 public universities across the nation that provides experiences where young people learn by doing. For more than 100 years, 4‑H has welcomed young people of all beliefs and backgrounds, giving kids a voice to express who they are and how they make their lives and communities better.

Through life-changing 4‑H programs, nearly six million kids and teens have taken on critical societal issues, such as addressing community health inequities, engaging in civil discourse and advocating for equity and inclusion for all.
TBDemail: gtuccillo@schools.nyc.gov for more information
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ArgoNotesMr. WichmanThe ArgoNotes are the competitive a cappella group at Maspeth High School. The group is comprised of students from all grades and perform music from the fifties through today's top hits.TBDEmail Mr. Wichman to find out about auditions: ewichman@schools.nyc.gov
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Art ClubHsuLet's draw, paint, and create! Although we will be meeting virtually, we will still do different projects, hangout with each other, and maybe even have guest artists. 1:00 PMhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/83578665352?pwd=S2pZbThNZkxFRUt5SjdzWTZzUHdhQT0, Meeting ID: 835 7866 5352, Passcode: 380368
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Band Club Mr. TarantolaTBDEmail Mr. Tarantola for more information. rtarantola@schools.nyc.gov
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Best BuddiesMs. Sideris, Ms. SinyorMembers of Best Buddies at Maspeth High School partner up and connect with students with disabilities in order to build friendships and create an inclusive school community. Students meet with their buddies throughout the school year so that they get to know them well and bond over their shared interests. Some of our favorite activities are playing board games, arts and crafts, and dancing at our end of the year Hawaiian luau party! If you are interested in joining Best Buddies, keep an eye out for an email with more information! TBD - one day after school TBD
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Classics ClubBrustClassics Club is a monthly club that adds extracurricular enrichment activities for students that are typically unable to happen in regular Latin classes due to time/class size. Some things we have done in the past include: arts and crafts, dungeons and dragons-like games, played Latin-related video games, scavenger hunts, chariot races, and more. Our activities this year will be adjusted for holding the club remotely.1 PM
Once a month
The first Monday of each month
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84848349635?pwd=SitrNHZtYVFOOWt3U25UWWV4WjFFQT09

Google Classroom join code: uy4m3o2
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Dance CompanyMs. CoatsDance Company is for all interested in participating in the productions of The Nutcracker ballet in Decemeber and the Sping ballet, which changes yearly. It is open to all interested in dancing or working behind the scenes in production; lighting, stage production, editing etc. This year's preformances will be done all virtually and we will have the oppurtunity to learn together how to create a virtual production. Bring your tech savvy and your dancing skills! Monday's 12pm

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87295785964?pwd=VUdwQlZUMTZFcExWMHMvNXQ3T1JZUT09
Google Classroom Class code
mqhqne6
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Debate Team Mr. Von HoppeWHY DEBATE? ​Debate helps students become experts in critical reading, writing, and argumentation. The academic impact of formal, competitive debate is well documented, but deserves a few more words: Debate create communities in which intellectual skills earn social esteem – in other terms, they make smart cool. Our school partners with the Urban Debate League. Five of our recent Debaters now attend Ivy-League colleges.Monday 12:30 PMhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/85299033281?pwd=REl2eVNpSFM0RGlyZDh2aXRyWUhvUT09


Meeting ID: 852 9903 3281

Passcode: 333468
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Fitness ClubMr. MustacFitness club will aim to provide students with the knowledge, skills and motivation necessary in order to be successful participants in exercise activities in their homes or at their local parks. Fitness club will meet weekly to discuss a variety of fitness topics. Among some of the topics that will be discussed include ways to improve your health through improving cardiorespiratory fitness, musular strength/endurance, flexibility, and body composition. Fitness club will also serve as a platform where students and their peers can encourage each other virtually to reach their fitness goals. TBDkmustac@schools.nyc.gov
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Graphic Design ClubMr. HonigstockGraphic Design club provides an environment for students to learn about the basics of creating art using computer software. We focus mainly on the Adobe Creative Suite including apps such as Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. We will meet weekly to discuss club projects as well as individual projects specific to the members focus. Demonstrations on techniques in the creative suite will be provided and recorded weekly for all members. Graphic Design club will serve as a way for students to learn how to use technology to create works of art.TBDMhonigstock@schools.nyc.gov
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Green ClubMr. BellThe Green Club is a student-led environmental organization that participates in projects and trips related to sustainability within the school, the community, and across the city. If you are interested in making the world a better place, please join! This year, the club will continue an outdoor education partnership with NYC H2O. Green Clubbers will frequently have opportunities for students to meet outdoors, either at the school or at the Ridgewood Reservoir in Highland Park. The club has earned hundreds of thousands of dollars in grant money since its founding in 2011 and is proud to have earned numerous awards over the years.12 pm Mondayshttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/81417189036?pwd=VWplYVFSOFc2dW9nR2NCVVpVbTNmQT09

Meeting ID:814 1718 9036
Passcode: 024249
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HOSA Club - Future Health ProfessionalsMannanFuture Health Professionals: We will be meeting virtually, to learn and explore various careers in the medical field. We will be attending virtual fairs, completing virtual labs, and complete medical case studies. We have worked with STEM Scholars in the past to complete medical labs such as suturing and learning about the human skull. We will continue to do virtual labs with STEM Scholars. Please see website for more information about this Professional National Organization: http://hosa.org/
12:00 PM Mondays Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89575467451?pwd=TTRRZWhoVU1NNUVsK1lWa1VrSFJvUT09

Meeting ID: 895 7546 7451
Passcode: 627506

Google Classroom Code: ebyzh34
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Junior States of America (JSA)PowellIf you enjoy discussing current events and hearing different people's point of view in regard to critical issues facing our nation then check out JSA. 11:00 AM
Mondays
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87950415176?pwd=T2J2ZVVBVFF5cW9CUzhpNU9BNVFCZz09

Meeting ID: 879 5041 5176 Passcode: tWB6c0
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Key ClubMrs. LaraKey Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.12-12:45pm, first and third Mondays of the monthhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/87092845068?pwd=N2ZRaHRLVnlFeWJtT1R2bVN4M3ZSUT09

Meeting ID: 870 9284 5068
Passcode: 123654
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Law TeamMr. JedzinakThe MHS Law Team provides students with an opportunity to explore what it would be like to earn a law degree and become a practicing attorney. As a member of this organization you will be mentored by attorneys who work for Paul, Weiss LLP, a prestigious law firm located in Midtown Manhattan. Meetings take place twice each week, and are designed to prepare team members to participate in Mock Trial and Moot Court competitions with student from around New York City. No prior knowlede is required to join this team and new membership is encouraged.4:30 - 6:30 Monday and WednesdayMeeting ID: 836 7314 5486 Passcode: 378219
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83673145486?pwd=ajNrRUtiMk1TeUNWTXI0Y05IRk56dz09
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Maspeth Making a DifferenceMr. PachterStudents and student athletes will join after school to participate in numerous community service events invluding, but not limited to, street and park cleanups, graffiti removal, and landscaping care around the surrounding neighborhood. TBDEmail Ms. Avivi for questions and information: davivi@schools.nyc.gov
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Maspeth MessengerMr. ProfetaMaspeth Messenger is Maspeth High School's student newspaper! The paper reports on all news specific to Maspeth High School, as well as some community/city reporting. During our meetings we will discuss ideas for upcoming articles and discuss any relevant news that should be reported. This year we are looking for contributing writers, staff writers, and anyone intersted in taking on a leadership role as an editor. This year we will also include opportunities for creative writing! All new members are welcome! Monday 1:30-2:00PMJoin Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82723362314?pwd=aGhhTVhDcGpyM1NWQUVXY2F2NU0xUT09

Meeting ID: 827 2336 2314
Passcode: 915899
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Maspeth Smash ClubMr. CuitinoThe Maspeth Smash Club is a gaming club that moslty plays Super Smash Bros but we also play a lot of other games too. It is a place for you to hang out, test your skills, but more importantly, have fun and make some new friends or reconnect with old ones. TBDemail: ncuitino@schools.nyc.gov for more information
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Math ClubMs. KoskinasThe Purpose of Math Club is to develop students' level of Math skills and knowledge. This will be accomplished by using games, activities, and mock competitions. Students will cooperatively work to complete Logic and Math PuzzlesMonday 12:30-1:00Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87509367402?pwd=NCthemQ1VTQvd1ZDZXVhbG9pRS9IQT09

Meeting ID: 875 0936 7402
Passcode: 045438
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ME ClubMs. GaoThe Mindful Elite Club will promote mindfulness among students to help them be more aware of which emotions they’re experiencing, why they’re feeling them, and how to tackle them. We will learn not only about protecting our mental health, especially needed during these difficult times, but also about ourselves as we are all constantly growing and navigating through life. Studies have shown that exercising different types of mindfulness activities – including meditating, expressing gratitude, and connecting with nature – will help students to reduce their anxiety and stress levels and increase their areas of attention, memory, emotional regulation, and optimism. While the ME does stand for Mindful Elite, it is very much intentional that this is called the ME Club because the first person that I (the reader) should always prioritize taking care of and loving is ME.Mindful Monday Mornings!!
10:45 - 11:30 AM
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82192729508?pwd=blJiQWpPZXFiS0RpYXhySWYxZGRQdz09

Meeting ID: 821 9272 9508
Passcode: 012345
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Media TeamMr. Matos as needed; staff can also work independentlyemail mmatos4@schools.nyc.gov
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Model United NationsMr CaseyIf you care about the state of the world and want to work toward real solutions, then make your Mondays MUN-Days! The purpose of the Model United Nations is to develop an understanding of the varied problems facing our world and to develop the skills needed to solve them. Most years, we attend Model UN conferences, in which students from schools around the country come together as delegates representing the nations of the world to debate, discuss, and work toward resolutions on a variety of topics such as civil war, disaster relief, internet freedom, and abuse of human rights. This year, we will run more committee sessions within our club to make up the difference, as well as other activites related to current events and public speaking. We hope to see you there!Mondays 1pmEmail Mr Casey to express interest in joining the club: pcasey@schools.nyc.gov
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National Art Honor SocietyMrs. LaraThe National Art Honor Society (NAHS) recognizes high school students who demonstrate an outstanding ability and interest in art and promotes the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service by bringing art education to the attention of the school and community. NAHS is open to Maspeth sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are enrolled in the Visual Art program and membership is by application only. Please email smager@schools.nyc.gov for an application if you qualify! Applications accepted through 11/2/2020. 12-12:45pm, second and fourth Mondays of the monthhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/83783540872?pwd=ZU12Q01lWG5QdU1BK0Njc2FrU1dHQT09

Meeting ID: 837 8354 0872
Passcode: 135246
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National History Honor Society Mr. FrancheseNHHS is reserved for high-performing juniors and seniors who have excelled in their history classes throughout their time at Maspeth. The club revolves around exploring New York and its historical museums along with talking about current events and setting up community events. Entry into the club is only reserved through an application process that begins in January12:30 pm MondaysMeeting ID: 837 8354 0872 Passcode: 135246
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National Honor Society Ms. Martin
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National Science Honor SocietyMs. MapoyThe National Science Honor Society recognizes high performing juniors and seniors in science. Information about the application process will be made available in the near future.TBDEmail Ms. Mapoy for questions and information: hmapoy@schools.nyc.gov
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Philosophy ClubMs. ParkPhilosophy club creates a safe space where we can come together and engage in a meaningful discussion on a variety of topics. Be prepared to discuss topics related to life and existence, society, justice, ethics and morality, technology, and more! This is an opportunity for you to share your views and listen to each other. All students are welcome!Monday 1:00-1:30 PMhttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/85474890697?pwd=QlU2K0pHRnNpaFd0R2QwN1VwZDJiUT09
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String EnsembleMr. TarantolaMaspeth High School's String Ensemble is a competitive performing group. This group is comprised of orchestra students of all grades. Past repertoire has consisted of Bach, Beethoveen, Disney and much more!TBDEmail Mr. Tarantola for more information. rtarantola@schools.nyc.gov
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Student GovernmentMs. Koskinas/ Mrs. Healy Student government is a group of students that are charged with managing a wide range of events, activities, programs, policies and initiatives around school. Some members are elected by the student body, and others may be appointed by the elected officials to help with specific tasks or areas of interest.First Monday of every month from 12:00-12:30Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89657677180?pwd=NFprRndrbldsakQ4SHJmaFlxWnhHdz09

Meeting ID: 896 5767 7180
Passcode: 521948
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Thespian Club Ludlow Thespian Club is an honors theater community for all theater makers: actors, directors, stage managers, and designers. This fall, we will be creating a radio version of the Scottish play. (Similar to horror and true crime podcasts!) There will be other theatrical opportunities throughout the year. E-mail me with any questions at ELudlow@schools.nyc.gov12pm Mondays
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84054259122?pwd=dHN2Mllvdm1udmlqSkl4TGFrVGkwUT09
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Tri-M Music Honor SocietyMr. WichmanTBDLetters will be sent to students who qualify to apply for membership
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Unity ClubMr. SpiroUnity Club is a safe and inclusive space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students and their allies (LGBTQA). We discuss issues of concern, watch topical movies, and discuss current events. And sometimes we just vent about our stress and chill. It's a fun group, and all students are welcome!2:00 pm Mondayshttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82514000957?pwd=VFd3YTlnL3RsaEFHWEJjZmR1KzNiZz09
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Yearbook 2021Mr. MatosMonday 1:00 pm and as needed; yearbook staff can also work independentlyemail mmatos4@schools.nyc.gov
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