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Club/ActivitySponsor NamePurpose of the Club/ActivityCalendarAgendasMinutesHow and when can I join this Club/Activity?Social Media Platforms Used
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Academic BowlGroom, MattA team sport testing the knowledge of participants in mostly academic subjectsWe meet twice a week from after Thanksgiving until the conference tournament in the beginning half of February.Come to the informational meeting at the beginning of the season.None
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Sinnaeve, Michelle
A team sport testing the knowledge of participants in mostly academic subjectsWe meet twice a week from after Thanksgiving until the conference tournament in the beginning half of February. Regionals in MarchCome to the informational meeting at the beginning of the season.None
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Art ClubGoeden, RachelAn extracurricular opportunity to create art and enrich our school environment through the visual arts.One Friday a month (all included on the CHS Activities calendar)Google Doc contains links to all meeting agendas listing topics & activitiesEnrollment is open to all and students can join throughout the year. Only requirement is 8to18 registration.None
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Athletic Band - FallStruyk, JimThe Central High School Marching Rockets Big Blue Band of Pride is a non competitive co-curricular marching band which represents CCUSD 301 at athletic, school, and community events. The Band of Pride also performs at multiple parades throughout the area and nation including New York and Washington D.C. All members of the drum line and wind section must be enrolled in a section of band or percussion ensemble during the school year. Color guard members may register for an instrumental music class during the first semester, but can participate without enrollment. CalendarAgenda FormLeadership team meets once a week during seasonStudents must be enrolled in band or Percussion Ensemble. The exception is color guard. Anyone can be in color guard. This is a requirement for bandNone
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Athletic Band - WinterStruyk, JimThe Central High School Rocket Loud Pep Band, Indoor Drumline, and Winter Guard are ensembles and groups which represents CCUSD 301 at athletic, school, regional competitions, and community events. The Rocket Loud Pep Band is a volunteer group focused on providing a BIG 10 style atmosphere at indoor sporting events. The Rocket Loud Pep Band auditions to perform at a state tournament every year. Our CHS WInter Guard is a competitive group on both the Midwest Color Guard Circuit through WGI and the IDTA. This group is a pass state champion in the IDTA and has had two members qualify with solos for state. The Indoor Winter Drumline performs for student send offs and community events. This group is the development stage of competing on the WGI circuit with in two years.Tuesday and Thursday Nights starting in November. 15-20 games per seasonAgenda FormLeadership team meets once a week during seasonstudents must be enrolled in band or Percussion Ensemble. The exception is color guard. Anyone can be in color guard. This is a volunteer group of 60 membersNone
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Book Club
Bushman, Kristine
An extracurricular enrichment our school environment through literature and apply themes to our students' modern lives.We meet the 2nd and 4th WednesdaysBook Club FolderMeeting FolderYou can come and join anytime all year it is openWe read books-we do not use social media:)
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Best BuddiesTauer, GinaBest Buddies is a friendship program that builds one to one friendships between students with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Activities include, but are not limited to, monthly Chapter meetings (after school/evening), peer relationships, and interaction both in and outside of school. Meets once a monthMonthly Themed events Applications will be sent out after Spring Break each yearNone
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Class Sponsor - 9thSmagacz, Julia Statement of PurposeCalendar LinkAgenda FolderJoining at the start of the year is preferred, but all are welcome throughout the year. Class of '25 Instagram:
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King, Megan
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Class Sponsor - 10thStoner, KelliStatement of PurposeAgendaJoining at the start of the year is preferred, but all are welcome throughout the year. None
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Zagorski, Sue
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Class Sponsor - 11th
McGuire, Zandra
Statement of PurposeMeet every two weeksAgendaMinutesStudents are welcome throughout the yearWebsite
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Lachanski, Gillian
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Class Sponsor - 12thGroom, MattA governing body promoting activities and initiatives of the Senior Class.Meet every month with the understanding that meetings may be more frequent during busy periods like homecoming.AgendaMinutesElections are held toward the end of the school year, though invitations will be sent to all for collaborative meetings on things like the senior sweatshirtNone
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Basak, Donna
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Drama Club
Heckman, Christine
Drama Club Statement of PurposeAlternating Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the school year & scheduled events.You can come and join any time of the year.None
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Diversity Club
Toscano, Catherine
LinkLinkLinkLinkYou can come and join any time.Instagram: @BCHSDiversity Remind: text @CHSDiverse to 81010
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German ClubBliss, AnetteGerman Club is an extracurricular activity that is open to all students at CHS. German club provides students the opportunity to experience cultural features from the German speaking world, build meaningful relationships, and experiment with leadership through student-led events. Overview over 2021/22You can come and join anytime during the year. You do not need to be in German to be enrolled. None
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German Honor SocietyBliss, AnetteClassification: The organization is a national educational honorary society for the study of high school German and is sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG). The purpose as listed in the Constitution of the organization:

The purpose: 1) Acknowledging Academic Achievement 2) Promoting interest in the study of German 3) Supporting other students by engaging in peer tutoring 4) Supporting the local and world community 5) Learning Leadership skills
Overview over 2021/22Agendas as far as applicableMinutes as far as applicableInvite only; Grade based and based on enrollment in upper level German None
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JETS (WYSE) TeamStoner, KelliACES purpose statementvaries depending on competition datesall practice testsAll Junior/Senior students are eligible to join. If you are interested in competing on this team you must attend the informational meeting to obtain the criteria and expectations if you join this team.None
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Key Club (Service Club)Zagorski, SuePurpose Statementvaries AGENDA Service ClubJoining at the start of the year is preferred, but all are welcome throughout the year.
@chsserviceclub
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Vocal VelocityPedigo, JordanShow Choir that performs a spring concert.Monday, Wednesday, Thursday from 6-8pm Concert on May 7thRehearse the music & choreography for the concertFormal audition in FebruaryNone
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Math TeamPalmiter, DanMath Team Purpose StatementMondays throughout the year after early release time. Other days of the week as needed. 2022 CalendaranytimeNone
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Music Programs - BandStruyk, Jim16 concerts per year. ILMEA auditions. Festival Performances, and conference performancesOctober- Bring the Noise. December- Jazz Band Clinic, Wind Ensemble Concert, Wind Symphony Concert, Percussion Ensemble Concert, Jazz Band Concert. Feb-Jazz Band Concert, Wind Symphony Concert, Wind Ensemble Concert. March-Wind Ensemble Conf., Festival Performance (TBD) April- Music organization for Jazz and Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble. May- Wind Ensemble Concert, Wind Symphony Concert, Jazz Band Concert, Grad Band Anyone can join band or percussion. Wind Ensemble and Jazz band are by auditionNone
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Music Programs - VocalPedigo, JordanVocal Program PurposeVocal CalendarPerform music for audiences and judges.Vocal programs are open to all CHS Students. Intermediate Chorus requires a teacher recommendation, and Chorale Requires an audition that is held in the fall. None
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National FFA OrganizationRobinson, RyanThe National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.LinkLink to meetings & agendas FFA competitions, leadership, & community service events do not have agendas/minutes to shareStudents must be enrolled in an agriculture course offered at CHS. Facebook: Central Burlington FFA
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Haas, William
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National Honor SocietyArneson, JessicaStatement of PurposeCalendarAgenda and MinutesSee AgendaJunior and Senior year with a GPA of 3.5 or higher (students who qualify will receive an invitation)Instagram: @nhs.central
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Peer LeadersTauer, GinaPurposeOnce a month including events variesMeetings are bi weekly one week with Exec members and one week with all LeadersOn AgendaApplications get sent out after Spring Break every yearNone
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Pep ClubStoner, Kellistatement of purposevaries depending on sporting events that yearmeet in person or through email with Seniors with Christina the entire group does not meet because it changes from season to seasonnoneanytime None
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Play - Fall
Heckman, Christine
This production is an opportunity for all students to participate in a live theatrical performance. Audition is required for participation.Rehearsals are generally mid-September through mid November, with performances the second weekend in November.Auditions are held early in the fall (Early September)Instagram: chscentraltheatre
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Play - SpringPedigo, JordanThis production is an opportunity for all students to participate in a live theatrical performance. Audition is required for participation.Rehearsals are January through early March, and the performance are the second weekend of March. Almost daily after school rehearsal to learn, blocking, music and choreography.NoneAuditions are held in early January.Instagram: chscentraltheatre
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R.A.D.D. (S.A.D.D.)Ginter, RachelYearly Task ListCalendarAgendaMinutesStudents can join at any time! Enrollment is not limited.Instagram: @central.r.a.d.d.club
RemindApp
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Spanish ClubBustos, JenniferYearly Goals for Spanish ClubCalendarYou can join at any time. Enrollment if not limited to students enrolled in Spanish. Anyone is welcome. None
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Spanish Honor SocietyHorvath, EllenStatement of PurposeCalendarAgendasMinutesMembership ApInstagram
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Student Council
McGuire, Zandra
Statement of PurposeCalendarAgendasMinutesYou can join student council anytimeWebsite
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Semmen, Dave
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Theatre Tech Director (Fall)Struyk, JimTo design and implement all technical elements of a production during the fall play. This includes designing the set, lighting , sound, costumes and propsAugust-December everydayThere is no formal club. Students who are interested in technical theatre may show at willNone
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Theatre Tech Director (Spring)Struyk, JimTo design and implement all technical elements of a production during the Spring Musical. This includes designing the set, lighting , sound, costumes and props.December-March everydayThere is no formal club. Students who are interested in technical theatre may show at willNone
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Writing ClubHahn, EmilyStatement of PurposeCalendarAgenda / Minutes FolderYou can join anytime!Website
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King, Megan
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Yearbook
McGuire, Zandra
StatementMeet Every Two WeeksAgendaMinutesStudents can join anytimeNone
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