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2017-18 MGSH Student Activities / Clubs / Groups
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Activity ContactDescription/PurposeMeeting Day(s)TimeLocationParticipation Fee
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After School Game Club (ASGC)Kirsten Plude Amy VanderhoffIncrease/support problem solving skills, social skills, critical thinking trhough the use of strategy board games.Thursdays 9/15, 9/29/ 10/6, 11/10, 12/8, 1/5, 1/19, 2/9, 2/23, 3/16, 3/30, 4/6, 4/20, 5/4, 5/182:10-4:30pmRm 135No
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Anime & Sci Fi ClubDale SwansonTo bring people together through the common interest and appreciation for Japanese animation and Science FictionFridaysAfter School377No
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Art ClubChad MandersTo make & add art work around the school & to possibly donate to other places that need it. Working on individual projects as well as collaborated projects.MondaysAfter School 2:15pm277No
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Active MindsDarwin KreftTo break the stigma of mental health, to act as a support group, and rais money for mental health organizationsWednesdays2:15-3:30Media CenterNo
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Auditorium Tech CrewBeth HellstedtManage & operate equipment in auditorium for scheduled events
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Believe Transform EvolveTommie GastonSelf determination, accountability, communication, time management, college prep, and mentoringVariesVariesATS/LibraryNo
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Backyard BadmintonDarby CarlsonLearn about the game of badminton and get your morning exercise by engaging in round-robin team play badminton.Monday Mornings6:30-7:10amMGSH GymsNo
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BBBJohn BradyTo spread the appreciation of our leader, Dr. Bart Becker, and assist in good school endeavors for the improvement of morale.Wednesdays - once a month2:15-3:15172No
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Book ClubSusan SmithTo provide fellow students with an intellectual outlet to converse with other book lovers and engage in open disussion and critical thinking.Once a month2:10-3:30Room 173No
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Card Playing ClubAlex DickThe spread the love of cards and encourage card playing.Wednesdays2:00 - 3:30373No
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Center Stage Show ChoirBeth Hellstedt Peter BullerOvertones is a vocal group of sophomores and juniors auditioned from all 3 curricular choirs. This group is for those students who are committed to working at a high level of performance. Size of the group is determined by the number of those auditioning. Overtones actively performs for school functions/concerts and community events. Fees are assigned for concert attire and performance tours.(TBD)4:30-6:30pm216No
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Chess ClubAlex DickPlaying chess for those who know how and educating new players.Thursdays2:30-3:30pm373No
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Club. I OMrs. CaronTo meet students from al different grade levels and with different interests through this one ame that many students enjoy and have in common...Slither.ioFridays2:00-2:40Pentagon
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Crimson Animal Welfare Sciences Club (CAWS)Todd MartinThe missions of the CAWS club isxpose students to animal welfare issues and animal related careers, to promote volunteerism and get students involved hands on helping animals, to let students explore animal related sicences, and to instill a respect for animals and their environments in students.Thursdays 2-3 times/month, 1st meeting 9-22-20166:40 AM182No
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Crimson CabinetTodd Martin Crimson Cabinet serves as the student government and the liaison between the student body and administration. They consider and work to resolve MGSH related issues brought forth by students, faculty, and administration. Crimson Cabinet is also responsible for coordinating school wide betterment activities and community outreach projects. Representatives are chosen through yearly student elections, with senior/junior/sophomore elections taking place in May and freshman elections the following September. There are 20 representatives (five from each grade). Crimson Cabinet works collaboratively with Spirit and Diversity Council.Mondays6:45-7:20am182No
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Crimson Climbing ClubAmy DufaultTo get together with others who enjoy climbing and to plan times for us to go climbing.12/7/17; 12/21/17, 1/4/18, 1/18/182:30-3:30Room 287No
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Crimson Coloring ClubMr. Nelson (Art)A fun way to release stress and anxieties by meeting new people and coloring.First Wednesday of every month beginning in October6:45 AM277No
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Crimson ConnectionNicole Lucas & Kayla StreiTo create a more inclusive environment for all students. To allow special education students to connect with other students on a regular basis.Two times a month7:00-7:25 amRoom 201No
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Crimson Green ClubDanielle BurrasEducate students and teachers alike on environmental issues and solutions and to organize volunteer opportunities.TBD2:15 PM179No
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Crimson GuidesMatt Malakowsky Sarah VanderpolHelp new students with the transition to Maple Grove Senior High. The Crimson Guides also provide tours to prospective students/families as well as assist during all parent/teacher conferences.TBDTBDTBDNo
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Crimson HarmonyBeth HellstedtCrimson Harmony is a vocal group of 16 juniors and seniors auditioned from Crimson Chorale. This group is for those students who are at a very high level of vocal performance. Crimson Harmony actively performs for school functions, community organizations and throughout the metro area. They perform a variety of music from Classical to Vocal Jazz. Each spring, Crimson Harmony presents “Cabaret”, a Broadway review show. Fees are assigned for concert attire and performance tours.Mondays7:00-9:00pm216No
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Crimson PowerMatt LombardiCrimson Power is a structured strength development program open to all male and female Junior and Senior High School students. High school students also have an opportunity to earn a letterMon., Wed., Fri.2:15-4:00pmWarm-up in S. Gym Weight RmYes
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Crimson String QuartetMatthew CaronThe Crimson String Quartet is comprised of four auditioned string players from the Maple Grove Senior High Symphony Orchestra. These students prepare and perform string quartet music at various functions, concerts and also compete in the state ensemble competitions.TBDTBD220No
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CROC ClubTo give students of all grades an opportunity to meet new people and make new friends, especially for those who appreciate individuality and Crocs.1st Tuesday of every month6:45 AMCRCNo
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Culture ClubA student led group focused on fostering a fun and safe place to celebrate and learn about the many different colors, cultures and perspectives that make up the student body and the world around them. It plans and provides activities that help to raise individual and school awareness, so that diversity can be seen as an asset which gives them a competitive advantage in the 21st century.TBDNo
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Debate TeamCody DorumsgaardTo learn & practice the basics of formal debate/public speaking. Cody's email is: dorumsgaardc@district279.orgMondays, Wednesdays, Fridays2:30-4:45 PMMedia CenterYes
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DECAJohn SchetinskiPrepares emerging leaders & entrepreneurs globally in marketing, finance, hospitality & management in HS & Colleges.Wednesdays2:15 PM169Yes $40
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Fellowship of Christian AthletesDarby Carlson Matt GiffordA spiritual growth opportunity through study and personal application of Biblical truths.Fridays6:45 AMForum RmNo
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Fishing ClubTodd Martin Give alternative opportunities for student to be involved in leadership activities. Teach fishing techniques, safety & etiquette. Charter members may become involved in clubs & tournaments with other schools.1st Monday of Month (subject to change)2:15-3:00pm182No
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Friendship Bracelet ClubJustin PassmoreTo make friendship bracelets and new friends.ThursdayCrimson Hour382No
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G.L.A.R.P. - Group of Life Action Role PlayLeona GregoryA way to organize a large group of students to help students vent their creativity and exercise their soul anxiety.Thursday2:00-3:00pm391
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G.O.L.D. Program (Global Outreach & Leadership Development)Matt DetloffThe purpose of Maple Grove's Global Outreach & Leadership Development Program is to allow students to develop their social and cognitive skills by serving others; thus, fostering a better understanding of the world they live in. Through service, guided activities, and reflection, the mission of the program is to inspire and prepare students with confidence, courage and competence to achieve their dreams, contribute to society and engage in a lifetime of learning. This trip is meant to further develop the Crimson Way and students' leadership skills and Character. Through firsthand experience, students will learn what it means to be a global citizen. By participating in this trip, students will further develop skills necessary to contribute to MGSH, the community and ultimately, wherever they go when they leave MGSH. Grades 9-12, Grades 11-12 receive preference. www.mgshgold.weebly.comVariesVaries370Yes
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HOSACody DorumsgaardHealth Occupations Students of America (HOSA) is an extracurricular activity for competitive, driven, and devoted students who seek to pursue a medical/healthcare related career in the future. However, HOSA welcomes students who are still unsure of their career path. This extracurricular allows individuals to compete in medical related categories that range from photography, quiz bowl, biomedical debate, CPR/First Aid to even medical math, nursing, and so much more. Students have the ability to compete ata district, state, and national level. Practices are every 1st and 3rd Thursday after school in the Media Center. Stop by anytime because it's never to late to join! Dorumsgaardc@district279.org1st & 3rd Thursday of each month2:30-4:00 pmMedia CenterNo
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Jazz EnsemblePeter BullerPrerequisite – must be registered in a band class. Open to the following instrumentations: saxophone, trombone, piano, guitar, bass drums & percussion. Study and perform traditional and contemporary jazz music as well as practice in the art of improvisation. Performances include the December Holiday Concert, Dist #279 jazz festival, April performance and other performances scheduled on a need/interest basis. In addition, students participating in Jazz Ensemble are expected to participate in a weekly Jazz Workshop/Comb experience (emphasis on jazz improvisation, approximately one hour per week). This band is designed for more advanced players and auditions will be held in October. Fees may be assigned for optional performance tours.Tuesdays & Thursdays November – April6:30-7:30amBoard RoomNo
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Junior AchievementJeff Rush
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Leo's ClubNicole PatricelliProvide an opportunity for students to serve their community.TBD once/month7:00 AM387No
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Link CrewHaley CorradiYear-long mentoring program in which sophomores are connected or “linked” to upper class students. There are formal and informal meetings and activities. Leaders will be connected with their “crew” about once a month during Foundations. Students may apply to be a link leader in May.Tri 1 & Tri 2FoundationsForumNo
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Maple Grove Girl UpErik Lien Spread awareness and raise money for young women struggling all around the world.Mondays TBD (possibly every other week)2:15-3:30pm249No
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Maple Grove TVAmber HeglandThe purpose of this club is to give students a chance to share necessary information from teachers to students, and to give students a chance to learn life lessons, share their feelings and thoughts at school within a safe environment. Thursday AM & Tuesday during Crimson Hour7:00-7:20 AM & Tuesday during Crimson HourMedia CenterNo
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Marching CrimsonPeter BullerThe Maple Grove Senior High Marching is celebrated as one of MGSH’s most recognized organizations. Including grades 9-12 students, the Marching Crimson have visited many parade festivals and accumulated many awards and praises. There is no audition for this group but the participations expectations carry a high level of commitment. This ensemble is truly one of our best activities for high school students who are willing to be a part of a highly disciplined group of young leaders! Details on this ensemble will be made available in December.April-Sept.Yes
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Math TeamJeffrey D. Peterson Marty MedleyStudents practice for and compete against other schools in the five Minnesota State High School Math League meets. According to league rules, at least two members of the team must be tenth gradersAs scheduled October- February2:15 PM357No
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MG Book ClubSusan E. SmithCommunity education, advancement of diverse ideas and friendship.Thursday2:30173No
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MG Rotary Club Camp EnterpriseCareer Resource CenterA free three days camp for junior or senior that explores business concepts and free enterprise system, build skills in the art of negotiation, develops teamwork, panel discussions and a chance to meet and speak with today’s business leaders.TBD-spring clubOff SiteNo
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MG Rotary Club Camp Ryla (Rotary Youth Leadership Award)Career Resource CenterApplication available February to a Junior/Sophomore (selection of one student) An opportunity to strengthen leadership skills and capabilities through five days of physical, mental, emotional, and intellectual challenges through problem solving, teamwork, and interaction with other outstanding students and volunteer counselors and presenters.AprilOff SiteNo
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Maple Grove Crimson Bowling TeamParent volunteer Coach Nick Roers 612-749-7579 Andrea Harris 763-229-6518Competitive co-ed bowling team to compete against other High School teams state wideVaries based on schedule written by Josh Hodney of BPAMTBDNew Hope bowl for practice - matches will be determined by Josh Hodney of BPAM
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MN American Legion Boys State American Legion Auxiliary Girls StateCareer Resource CenteNomination & selection (of one student for each) in March through Interview process Unique summertime educational program sponsored by the American Legion/Auxiliary, designed to mirror the structure and operation of its respective state government, with the focus on participation and personal experience in a model state, complete with governing bodies and elected public officials.JuneOff SiteNo
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Mock TrialCody DorumsgaardMock Trial is Academic Challenge that helps open the door to students interested in the legal profession. It gives students the opportunity to compete against other schools by acting as attorneys and witnesses in a case before real judges and lawyers. Students who participate have the opportunity to improve their public speaking, teamwork and organization skills while preparing their case and will work with actual attorneys to gain a better understanding of the legal system. Cody's email is: dorumsgaardC@district279.orgThursday2:15 PMForum RoomYes
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Model United Nations (MUN)Alex DickAn educational program that prepares students to discuss international issues as well as simulate decision making in a global domain. Students represent different countries at two day U.N. conferences.Thursdays2:00- 3:00 PM373No
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Mountain Bike TeamAaron Kadera Jeff NelsonA fall club that offers the opportunity to race against high school teams statewide. The five races of the season are a test of strength, endurance, and technical riding ability.Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday (race day only)4:00pm Tues/Thurs 9:00am Sat.Elm Creek Park ReserveYes
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MusicalNikki SwobodaFall Activity. No prerequisite required. Auditions are held during the 2nd week of the school year and include vocal movement and spoken portions.Various after school and evening rehearsals. Some Saturday commitments.Varies216 Auditorium Theatre LabYes $90
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Musical “Pit” OrchestraPeter BullerPrerequisite – must be registered for a band class. This ensemble performs actual Broadway musicals, collaborating with student actors singing and dancing on stage in the annual fall musical production. An audition is required during the second week of September, see instructor for information. $90 activity feeRehearsals at least 2x per week in the form of rehearsal or required sectional during Sept. & Oct. Rehearsals become more frequent preceding the performances in mid NovemberYes
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Musical Tech CrewConstruct sets/lighting, etc. to help put on Fall MusicalSept.-NovAfter SchoolAuditoriumYes
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National Honor SocietyJustin PassmoreOur purpose is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in all students.Usually the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month6:45 AMForumNo
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News PaperJohn BradyTo inform the student body about current events in our school.Wednesdays and/or Fridays2:00-2:30 PMRoom 172No
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One Act PlayAlex SchmuckWinter activity. A totally student-driven endeavor, the oneact plays are selected, directed, acted, designed, and produced by students. Students interested in directing a one-act should watch for signs announcing application deadlines. Auditions are held in December, and the plays are performed at the end of JanuaryRehearsals determined by director and cast; usually daily through January2:30- 5:30pm216 Black Box AuditoriumYes
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Pep BandPeter BullerPrerequisite–must be registered for a band class “Volunteer” Pep Bands play at select home varsity games/matches including football, boys and girls soccer, basketball and hockey. Sign up for each season as the director makes schedules available (no audition required but commitment to the season is mandatory!) Your participation in this activity is one of the best ways to meet new friends and earn/accumulate points towards a band letter.Fall Pep Band Sept.-Nov. Winter Pep Band January-MarchSchedule is posted on www.crimsonband s.orgYes $45 fee/season
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Pickle BallStacy BackstromGrow Community and play Pickle BallTuesday & Thursday AM before school6:30 AMWest GymNo
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Pokemon ClubJennifer LarsonPlay Poke'mon and make friends. Games and cards1st & 3rd Wednesday through April 26th 20182:10-3:45290No
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Recognition CommitteeRob BennettTeachers & students – provide academic recognition of students, such as Students of the Trimester and Academic Award night.Selected Days Once/monthVaries291No
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RoboticsErik MalmRobotics is a place for future scientists and engineers (to build the robots), business people (to raise and manage our $60,000+ budget), and artists (to maintain our brand and image). The mission of Crimson Robotics is to inspire the next generation of leaders in STEM fields and beyond. To give them the confidence to do what is hard; the courage to do what is right, and the self-respect not to do things just because they are easy.1-3 days/week Jan.-Feb. 5 days/week March-May 1-3 days/week June-Aug. as needed2:30- 4:45pm237Yes
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Rugby ClubDanielle BurrasIntroduce the sport of rugby to interested students and teach/train the sport to all interested individuals.TBD-spring club179No
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S.A.G.E. (Straights & Gays for Equality)Heather HernandezSAGE promotes respect for MGSH students and faculty through education and other activities relevant to LGBTQ individuals and their allies. The group works to improve the environment of the school, to make it a safe place and accepting place both physically and emotionally for LGBT students and their allies.TBDTBDTBDNo
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Salon 161Jeffrey D. PetersonInspired by the Salons of Enlightenment philosophers, our Salon is a gathering of students and teachers for thoughtful conversation. The purpose is to foster critical thinking, engagement with deep ideas, and productive conversationEvery other Tuesday2:10-4:30pm161No
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Science BowlJustin PassmoreA terrific opportunity to promote interest and build valuable experiences as a Science Club for students of MGSH.TuesdaysAfter school382No
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Spanish ClubSarah CarpenterTeach students about different parts of the Spanish Culture around the world.Every Thursday6:50 AM133No
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Speech TeamCody DorumsgaardTo learn & practice the basics of formal public speakingMonday, Wednesday, Friday2:30-4:45 PMMedia CenterYes
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Spirit CouncilPlans and coordinates events that enhance school spirit at MGSH. Spirit Council plans Homecoming and Sno-Daze, coordinates ballots and elections for royalty, plans coronations and pepfests, decorates and paints the school windows, serves food at tailgating parties before football games, sells t-shirts and other spirit wear, plans dances, sponsors contests, elects spirit day themes and much more. Sprit Council gives students opportunities to provide service, build leadership skills, enhance school spirit and make new friends.Tuesdays6:30-7:30amMedia Center Meeting RoomNo
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StriveJennifer HinkerSTRIVE is a program for students who have found limited success in the classroom. The programs challenge students to improve their school work, gain self-confidence and discover the satisfaction of graduating from high school. The programs also offer funding to students who can show improvement in their GPA and school attendance.Thursdays 2 days/month7:30 AMTBDNo
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Talk CinemaNicole PatricelliTo view and discuss the creativity behind movies and how they apply to the current dayMondays & Wednesdays2:30 PMRoom 387No
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Today's Game ChangersChelsie PedersonTo inform and equip any member or club to make a difference in the world. We will learn about global issues that also affect MN and learn how to help.1st & 3rd Thursday of every month2:05 - 4:05 PMRoom 149
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Ultimate FrisbeeDanielle Burras-Girls/ Kenny Cullotta-BoysTo get MGSH Students together playing Ultimate Frisbee & laying the groundwork for a future team.Wednesdays2:30 PMNorth FieldsFees vary by club
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Intramural Sports ClubMatt DetloffTo develop friendships, community & character through competition; mental & physical health thru active lifestyleTuesdays & Thursdays in April & May2:15-4:30pmGymNo
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Women in S.T.E.M. & Healthcare (WISH)Mrs. HamiltonTo expose students to science, technolgy, engineering, math and medicine/health care with fun and engaging activities. Long term goal is to shrink the gap between the numbers of men and women in STEM related jobs. (open to all boys and girl students)Every other Wednesday2:00-3:00pmRoom 181No
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YearbookNicole PatricelliStudents produce the school yearbook that involves layout, design, photography, writing, and sales. Students apply for the class during the registration process in February.Meets during the school day as a Trimester 1 & 2 course6th Hour387No
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