Club List 2019-2020
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PurposeMeeting DayMeeting TimeMeeting Location
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Advancement Via Individual Determination Club
Kim, Kevin
To inform students about college, and unite people will similar high goals about being successful. Provide information on scholarships and deadlines.
WednesdayAt lunchT-19
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Anime ClubHallsten, Michelle
Anime Club is a space for students who are interested in Japanese animation and culture.
ThursdayAt lunchL15
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Art ClubRojas, LeticiaAllow students to express there love for artTuesdayAt lunchA-208
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ASL CLUBCrosby, D'yann
The purpose of providing opportunities for Lawndale students to socialize in ASL, make contacts in the Deaf community, and promoting awareness of Deaf culture within the school and local communities.
TuesdayAt lunchA215
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Associated Student Body Club
Klein-Bedell, Cathy
To plan and run events for the school, to unify members, and to learn skills to event plan.
MondayBefore SchoolB-102
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Biomedical Careers ClubHarbison, Erica
To support students, encourage club spirit, provide opportunities to express club spirit, and encourage and reward ROCKS.
MondayAt lunchT6
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Black Student UnionConard, Vincent
To encourage unity among the Black community at Lawndale and beyond, while also encouraging a diverse, strong minority community.
ThursdayAt lunchA-132
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Body Improvement Club
Nakmee, Sasai and Mathiesen, Richard
The focus of the club is to give a safe space where people can target what they feel they need to work on and habits they can break to better themselves physically and mental. To overall encourage the growth of others and build healthy lifestyles.
Tuesday, ThursdayAfter schoolWeight room
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Boys Basketball Program
Brownlee, Christopher
To represent the school in the community in a positive manner.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
Before School, At lunch, After school
A212, T-18 (Lower Level Study Hall) , Media Center (Study Hall), Gymnasium, Track, Weight Room
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Boys SoccerStein, Dennisathletics
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolfield
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Cheer ClubLee, Michelle
To create an ASB account for the cheer squad.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolL-7, the track, cafeteria
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Chess ClubJennings, Amy
The purpose of Chess Club is to have fun and enjoy playing chess with friends.
ThursdayAt lunchL-23
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Cinema Live!Love, Stephen
Our focus is to inspire filmmakers to get hands-on experience, aspiring writers to develop their stories into films, and, overall, to work together as a team. This is a club for actors, writers, filmmakers, and people who are interested in the entertainment industry.
ThursdayAfter schoolA308
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Class of 2020Taylor, MorganTO fundraise money for senior activitiesWednesdayAt lunchT1
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Class of 2021Bedell, David
The purpose of this club is to promote Cardinal spirit and fundraise for the Class of 2021.
MondayAt lunchT-12
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Class of 2022Brown, Michelle
The purpose of this club is to unite the class of 2022 with a variety of activities and foster school pride. The club also fund raises for senior year events and activities.
WednesdayAt lunchL-4
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Class of 2023TBD
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Color Guard Trujillo, Hethy
The purpose of Color guard is to promote the interest and participation in school spirit in collaboration with the marching band. By performing, we show elegance, pride and unity.
Monday, ThursdayAfter school
Monday Outside Cvca, Thursdays inside cafeteria
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Dale PrideSandoval, Manuel
For the club to attend every sports game and support every team at Lawndale High
Tuesday, Thursday
At lunch, After school
T-16
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Environmental Awareness Club
Kim, Michelle
To create awareness on myriads of environmental issues. We will be aiming to reduce the use of plastic, meat-consumption, recycling, and etc... We want to create a community where individuals can come together to share their views on environmental impacts and come up with solutions.
Monday
At lunch, After school
A-312
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Ethics ClubRevis, Tyler
To analyze and discuss popular media and discuss the ethical implications and aspects of said works.
WednesdayBefore SchoolL9
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Friendship CircleSandoval, Manuel
Promote friendships between all students on campus. Fundraise money to pay for prom and purchase club items.
MondayAt lunchGym/ t16
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Girl's Softball ClubHarbison, Erica
To promote softball, support club members, promote ROCKS, and equip club members to play softball.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolT6 and Softball Field
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Girls SoccerSandoval, Manuel
To fundraise for girls soccer, to purchase uniforms and equipement. As well as to promote girls soccer.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolField
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Humans of LawndaleSong, Joseph
Our club will unite the lawndale community by releasing a biweekly newsletter in which we will showcase and share personal stories of individuals who are a part of the Lawndale community.
Monday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
Before School, At lunch, After school
A/313
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Key ClubTaylor, Morgan
To raise money for PTP and volunteer during service events.
TuesdayAt lunchT-1
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Kpop ClubTaylor, Morgan
A place for kpop fans to gather and have fun together
ThursdayAt lunchT1
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Lawndale Express (XC/Track)
Howard, Demetre
Our purpose is to promote physical activity and unity and fundraise for team uniforms/gear.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
After schoolTrack
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Link Krew Club Kim, Michelle
A program that helps and supports incoming Freshman (09th), throughout their school year. Hosting events and activities through the year to get freshman involved.
Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
At lunchA-312
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Link Krew Club Kim, Michelle
A program that helps and supports incoming Freshman (09th), throughout their school year. Hosting events and activities through the year to get freshman involved.
Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
At lunchA-312
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Make-A-Wish ClubHarbison, Erica
To raise money for club spirit and to donate to the Make-A-Wish Foundation
ThursdayAt lunchT6
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Marine Environment ClubBaumann, Phillip
Its primary objective shall be the promotion of interest and participation in marine-related environments for the purpose of exploring those environments, helping the community and the planet, and building unity among members. Furthermore, the purpose is also for engaging and participating in marine-related activities.
WednesdayAt lunchA201
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MECHAGradilla,RafaelLation issuesThursdayAt lunchT10
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Mental Health Awareness
Vidaurrazaga Candace
The purpose of mental health awareness club is to provide Lawndale students with the information needed in order to understand different mental disorders/ illnesses, how to spot them among peers and provide students with multiple resources so they can reach out and get help for themselves and their peers. What we are definitely not doing is counselling students, we are not psychologists or therapists and we are very aware of that fact, if we receive any information where a student is somehow unsafe in any way we know that any of our board members and our advisor has to report it. We want to empower and unite students who may be dealing with different illnesses, disorders, stress, or those who just want to educate themselves and we would like to share any of the resources or information we present to the club with the rest of the school. We hope to participate in the school activities during Mental Health Month and bring an end to the mental health stigma.
TuesdayAt lunchA-321
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MESA UCLAMaria Lyn, Genota
We expose students to STEM through hands-on projects, competitions, and field trips. We encourage students to express their creative and innovative ideas as they brainstorm and build their projects for competition. We collaborate with community partners such as UCLA, Jet Propulsion Lab, Raytheon, Boeing, the LA Airforce base, and the Aerospace Corporation to provide students with the resources and information they need so that they can learn more about the STEM field and its careers. We will recognize the accomplishments of our members, promote unity and awareness to the community.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolA-304
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Multicultural ClubNakmee, Sasai
Multicultural Club's purpose is to promote understanding and awareness of the various cultures of our world. We would like to enrich the Cardinal Community by exploring and advocating ethnic and multicultural diversity.
Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolA-323
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Pacific Islander Club
Lealiiee, Maria & Bowman, Lauren
To share Pacific Islander culture through music and dance.
TuesdayAt lunchA219
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PAWSSoto-Sanchez
Allow students to volunteer in pet shelters and hospitals
WednesdayAt lunchB-208
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Pocket ChangeFinch, Elissa
Our goal is to bring awareness and be helpful to those who don't have the resources to provide for themselves. We will achieve this by collecting donations through fundraisers and outside resource such as churches thrift stores, and volunteer work.
WednesdayAt lunchT-1
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Poetic Justice Taylor, Morgan
Poetice Justice focuses on the artistic expression of written and poetic word/song. Students are invited to create and showcase their own poetry and creative works. Additionally, we intend to hosts open-mics for our creative minds to share their works. We also hope to meet weekly to discuss texts and chosen books for the national organization, Project Lit.
Thursday
At lunch, After school
T1
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Poetry Therapy Club Lee, Michelle
For students to learn how to express their emotions through poetry and learn how to be social by going out and reading poetry at certain locations
Monday, Wednesday
At lunchL-7
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POPS clubMir, Reza
POPS (Pain of the Prison System) is a support group for students who have/had friends and/or family in the prison system. Journal writing is encouraged in the club. Students get a chance to become a published author using their written pieces.
TuesdayAt lunchT-17
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Queer Straight Alliance Miller, Alexis
Give queer students at lawndale a safe space to express themselves as well as interact with the queer community outside of lawndale.
Thursday
At lunch, After school
A-318
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SEL*Fie Club - Social Emotional Learning & Facilitation Club
Birnbryer, Lauren
SEL*Fie Club members practice mindful movement, breath work, and deep relaxation/mindfulness to enhance physical, mental, and emotional wellness; and develop social emotional learning competence in the areas of self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. We build capacity to integrate skills, attitudes, and behaviors to deal effectively and ethically with daily tasks and challenges.
ThursdayAt lunchCollege and Career Center
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Sociedad hispánica honoraria
Morales, Virginia
The purpose of this club is to unite all students in terms of continuing to learn about the Spanish language and culture in dance music and various other activities
TuesdayAt lunchB-204
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Solar Cup TeamSjoberg, Stacy
Design, construct and race a solar cup boat; build team unity and collaboration skills
Wednesday
At lunch, After school
A301, Scene Room
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Sports Medicine
Velasquez, Jasmine
fundraise for competitions
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolT-11
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SRLARenteria, Jose
To unite students and staff while training for the LA marathon
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Stage BandRodriguez, Luis
The Stage Band club encourages students to express themselves creatively through music by learning a variety of skills, both musical and technical, to better themselves artistically and professionally in their daily lives.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolCVCA/2A
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The American History ClubJennings
To learn more about American History on a deeper level through discussion, field trips, and experiences.
ThursdayAt lunchL-23
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Truth Be Told Kim, KevinShare the Gospel with Lawndale High SchoolThursdayAt lunchT-19
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Vietnamese ClubTaylor, MorganTo share vietnamese culture at LawndaleMondayAt lunchT1
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Volleyball ClubSandoval, Manuel
To fundraise money to buy new equipment, jerseys, host team bonding events for the boys and girls volleyball teams. As well as promote and encourage the development of volleyball players.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
After schoolT16/ Gym
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WrestlingStocum, Sean
To promote the sport of wrestling and create unity among the teammates to build friends for life
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (after school only) NOTE: Fridays at lunch are reserved for all school activities
At lunch, After school
T-3 / Wrestling Room
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Yearbook ClubHalterman, Eric
By forming this club, we want to be able to unite the campus. By fundraising money, we will be able to create and sell the yearbooks to students so that they can cherish these memories forever. In addition, we would be able to fundraise for the low-income youth.
Tuesday, Thursday
At lunch, After school
L-6
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