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AdvisorsMeeting daymeeting timemeeting locationMission/purpose (be brief)
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Communications / Publications
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DYAD (yearbook)Charles Despotopulos - Communictions DeptWACA
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FORUM (school newspaper)Paul Sarapas - FATA, Jessica Sperandio - FATAW, weekends7:20 AM, prior to publication
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FOUNTAIN (literary journal)Jen Garfield & Tracy Burke - English
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LS WEB TEAMShari Idelson, Dennis Phillips, Aaron Schine Most WedACAB332
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L-S Recording Project (WYAJ)Paul Sarapas- FATA, Bruce Millet - MaintenanceACAAudio Recording Boothoutreach to various L-S student groups to record music, programming, podcasts, interviews, etc...
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LSB PlayersCarly Evans
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LSTV ClubPaul Sarapas & Matt CransonWednesdaysACAA207Create Videos, TV Shows, learn editing, producing directing,special effects in the SudburyTV studio
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Language Clubs
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FRENCH CLUBJulia Keith - Language Dept
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GERMAN CLUBJoan Campbell - Language Dept
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SPANISH CLUBDesiree Butler & Cristina GonzalezWednesday7:20 a.m.B435
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CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
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ACCENTSusan Frommer - English Dept
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AMNESTY INTERNATIONALPaula Myers - LibrarianAmnesty International is a worldwide organization that campaigns for internationally recognized human rights to be respected and protected for everyone.
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Art ClubMrs PetersonWednesdayACAB236To create a stronger sense of community in the arts department, and to inspire eachother to make more art
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ASIAN CULTURES CLUBVicky Caburian - Wellness Dept
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ASPIRECaroline Han, Vicky Caburian, Bella WongWednesday7:20-7:45C372To create a safe, positive environment to discuss relevant topics regarding young Asian women and develop a loving community within our school. We also hope to host guest speakers that can speak about their lives and experiences as Asian women. We are an all-inclusive group, so any student who wants to talk about, learn, or contribute to our discussions is welcome to join.
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ASTRONOMY CLUBSamantha Parker - Science DepWednesdayACAA409
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AUTISM AWARENESS CLUBBeth Mangano & Lynne Hunter - Special Ed. Madison Marilla - student leader WACAThe Autism Awareness Club was founded in 2014. The mission of the club is to spread awareness of the effects of Autism with the goal of increasing acceptance of individual differences throughout the school community. Each year, the club has organized an information table outside the cafeteria in April, which is designated as World Autism Awareness month.
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Aviation ClubThe purpose of the club is to immerse people into the aviation community
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BEST BUDSJennifer Reen - Special Ed., Maureen Bolton - Science DeptWACAA420
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Biology For LifeMs. Digenis and Regina ShopiraMonday before school and during ACAMonday before school and during ACAA413To learn and study for topics that will be covered on the USA Biology Olympiad and other biology exams throughout the year. Students can experience guest lectures from specialists, doctors, and scientists in local areas.
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Car ClubShawn MillerBlue Wednesdays 7:20am0.3055555556TBDTo have an organized way for students who are interested in cars to meet and share their enthusiasm with one other while conversing and learning everything car-related through discussions, videos, having experts from the industry speak, and events outside of school as well.
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Ceiling BuddiesMs. GaudreauBlue WednesdayACAC349
Pair up with the Waltham location of the Children's Hospital and paint ceiling tiles to brighten the hospital rooms and contribute to the success of art therapy for the children. This is already a club running in other towns around MA.
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Chess Club
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Computer ProgrammingMike MaloneWednesdayACAMath Computer Lab
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Culinary ClubThomas ValentineWednesdayACAB440Culinary club is looking to give students an opportunity to cook and learn to cook.
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CUM LAUDEPhil James - History Dept
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DANCE ACROSS COMMUNITY (dance troupe)Joan Campbell - Language DeptTeaching a class(es) in dance outside of L-S. For example, Sudbury Senior center in the fall. Winter, teach in the after school program at the Maynard Boys & Girls Club. Five weeks. Planning a spring project at SED.
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DEARStephanie BenashWACA
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DESTINATION IMAGINATIONDelia Weddleton - Parent/Community Member
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DOE (Dept of Energy)NATIONAL SCIENCE BOWLCaroline Singler & Carol Lewis - Science DeptMondayafternoons 2:40 pmA432
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DYADCharles DespotopulosAs often as possibleAs often as possibleA205To make the best yearbook ever!
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EDGE OF LEADERSHIPAmanda KleinWednesdayACAC123
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ENGINEERING TEAMPaul Shultz - Applied TechnologyACA, Tuesday after school 3-5, Daily during January and FebruaryB230Compete in the FRC Robotics Competition, to build a robot to compete in some sort of game.
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ENVIRONMENTAL CLUBChris CollinsACA ACAA408To make the Lincoln, Sudbury and Boston more sustainable and environmentally friendly through school school and community inititiatives.
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Filling the GapAlissa Jarvis - LanguageEvery Wednesday ACAB440For people to cultivate their interests in art and to bring art to those who do not have many opportunities to do art, such as the people who take music electives and can't take art classes
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Fly Fishing ClubPeter ElenbaasEvery Wednesday ACATo grow the sport of fly fishing and encourage people of similar interests to join.
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FRENCH CLUBJulia KeithWACAB444To provide an opportunity for all students who are interested in Francophone culture to cook, play games, listen to music, watch films, and go on excursions. Additionally we organize fundraisers for Partners in Health, a charity that does work in Haiti.
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GAY/STRAIGHT ALLIANCEJane Murphy & Regina ShopiraWACAHistory Lounge
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Gearticks Anne Hutchinson (Lincoln resident) - alfhutch@hotmail.comT, F, Sat7-9 pm, 6-9 pm, 2-6 pm respectivelyAnne Hutchinson's houseWe're a robotics team aiming to build a successful robot for this year's FIRST Tech Challenge and promote STEM in our greater community.
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Girls Who CodeMr. SobkowiczWendnesdayACAB339A club where girls learn to code and become empowered to go into technology.
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INTERSECTIONSBrendan Wimberly - SPED & Lori Hodin - Coordinator of Safe Schools InitiativesBlue WednesdaysACAC359Student Diversity Club that plans programing and issues guidelines to discuss diversity related topics
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INVESTING CLUBJim Raffel - History
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JAM CLUBMr. GrandpreyWhite and Blue WednesdaysACAA220For who ever wants to play music during ACA, can sign up and meet new people with the same interests as you in terms of music, and play what ever comes to mind.
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LS CHORAL PROGRAMSMichael Bunting - FATA dept
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AcafellasWACAchoral room
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Achoired TasteWACAchoral room
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Coro de ChicasFafter schoolchoral room
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MusigalsWafternoons 1-3 pmchoral room
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LS CIVIC ORCHESTRABill Nicholson
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LS DECAMelissa GrayWACAB451To educate students in business and entrepreneurship
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LS FILM CLUBPaul Sarapas & Ken Kimura - FATA DeptWACAA209
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LS MEMORIAL SCHOOLDani Weisse - EnglishWACAC358
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LS MUSICIANS UNIONDan SchulerWhite Wednesdays and Blue WednesdaysACASouth House Conference Room
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LS OutreachMr. HerbertWhite Wednesdays and Blue WednesdaysACAC360To bring together the Curtis and Lincoln Middle Schools in the months before their Freshman year and give them a place to go to for advice throughout their first year.
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LS SCHOOLS FOR AFRICA CLUBMelissa Shen & Rachel Cooke - History DeptWACA
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LSTV ClubPaul Sarapas Matt CransonWednesdaysACAA207Create Videos, TV Shows, learn editing, producing directing,special effects in the SudburyTV studio
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Math TeamMelanie Palma & Kristen Ehrler - MathW, ThACA, afterschoolB462To have fun doing math together to prepare for Math Competitions (MML, Math Olympiad)
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Medical ClubLaura MoynaghFriday 7:15am0.3020833333A302Working to bring in medical professionals to encourage and inform students considering going into the medical field. Collect medical supplies to add to the food pantry in Sudbury for local residents that might need them.
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MENTORS IN VIOLENCE PREVENTION (MVP)Lori Hodin - Coordinator of Safe Schools InitiativesWACA
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MLK ACTION PROJECT Susan Frommer & Dani WeisseWACAC358
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MODEL U.N.JK Park - Counseling DeptTh and ACAMornings 7:20 am or ACALecture HallThe purpose of Model United Nations (MUN) is to explore the United Nations, international
relations, and current events through oral and written means. Students will have the opportunity to
debate and write position/memo papers. Feel free to contact us if you have more questions about our vision and purpose.
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Musical Debate ClubZachary Brumbaugh-Math DeptBlue Wednesday during ACAACAB456The student vision for the club is to have students come to the clube with a song or album to listen to and then have students discuss whether or not they like it.
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Musicians UnionDaniel SchulerWhite Wednesdays during ACAACASouth House Conference Room
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MVPLori Hodin - Coordinator of Safe Schools Initiatives Tim Jason, Chris Belmont, Mel Gonsalves, JK Park, Jill Coutu, Jen Reen, Humberlys Galindes, Jen Garfield, Desiree ButterWhite Wednesdays during ACA plus additional traningsACAC350
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Natives People Awareness ClubMs. GillespieWednesdayACAC359To spread awareness regarding the challenges facing American Indians. The club also plans to raise money to support native causes, and finally to try to find volunteer opportunities to help native communities.
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NOSB (national ocean science bowl)BJ Pegram - Science Dept
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OUTDOOR CLUBDan Lewis - Englishfirst ACA of each monthC-356 and off-site locationsLS Outdoor Club is dedicated to pursuing good, healthy, adventuresome fun in the outdoors. Rock climbing, hiking, camping, canoeing, snowshoeing, caving, swampwalking, skiing, orienteering, and more. Meet the first ACA each month in C-356, generally see one another at least one additional adventure per month.
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PEER MEDIATIONLori Hodin - Coordinator of Safe Schools Initiativesas neededas neededB343Training and then peer mediation
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The Red Cross ClubMr. MasonBlue Wednesday ACAC345To raise money for the Red Cross.
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SADDSarah Greeley - Wellness Dept and David Bloom - ACE/EnglishBlue Wednesday ACAC249
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SCIENCE OLYMPIADBJ Pegram and Mary Brunson - Science DeptWACA A402
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SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUBAlex Wankowicz - ScienceWACA into late afternoonWachusett
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SOAR - students organizing for allyship and resilienceVacantFridays 7:15 in the morningC355Promote and educate about ally and upstander behavior; seek out opportunities for local engagement and activism
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SPEECH & DEBATETim Nikula - History
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Stem2SchoolsMatt WarnerACAACAB456
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STUDENT SENATEVacantWACA
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Students Against Gun ViolencePhil James - History DeptW0.3055555556C362To have students work to bring an end to gun violence, especially in schools.
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Students Together Empowering WomenSusan Shields- Wellness DeptT & Th
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ULTIMATE FRISBEETim Cobbett - History & Chris Arapaweekdays with some weekend matches3Ti Sales in Sudbury
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Universal GamesMr. Malone/Mr. DoreyWedACAB454Play all kinds of games
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WOMEN of SCIENCEMark Sobkowicz - Science Dept
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YOUTH PEER TUTORINGSusan Shields - Wellness Dept & Austin Lessin & Josh Kolodny - studentM & Tafter schoollocal elementary schoolsgo to the elementary schools & tutor for ~2 hours
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Class Advisors/Steering Committees
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2018Tom Danko, Nancy Childress, Marci Stoda, Rachel Cooke, Sandy Crawford
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2019Matt Wentworth, Shea Justice, Amy Jacobs, Peter Elenbaas
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2020Kathleen Thompson, Shari Idelson, Chris Stanek, Jason Medeiros
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2021Leslie Patterson, Doreen McCarthy, Kristen Ehrler, Matt WarnerWhite Wednesdayalternate between ACA & 7:20am
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2022Sandy Crawford
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No person shall be excluded from or discriminated against in admission to the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School District, for admittance to state and federally funded grant programs, or in obtaining the advantages, privileges, and courses of study presented in this school, on account of race, color, gender, disability, sexual orientation, religion, or national origin. This nondiscrimination applies to all persons, whether or not the individual is a member of conventionally defined "minority group".
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