CLUBS 2018-19 S1
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CLUB NAMESTUDENT LEADERSCLUB ADVISOR(S)/ MEETING LOCATIONMEETING DATES/TIMESDESCRIPTION OF THE CLUB AND IT'S GOALS
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Lettuce ClubSalvatore DeguaraMs. Bauman - Room B41 Meeting per semester, at lunchEveryone brings a head of lettuce to the club meeting, whoever can eat theirs the fastest becomes the club president and has to arrange the meeting for the next semester. More info: http://lettuceclub.blogspot.com/
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Key ClubHunter AvillaMr. Conger - Room H102Monday’s at lunchTo give student opportunities to join in community service efforts.
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Surf ClubJaz KhokharJoni Martin- Club meets in E4Every other ThursdayOur goal in surf club is to enjoy so much of what Santa Cruz county has to offer, give back to our community and the ocean in beach clean ups, and learn more about the water park in our own backyard.
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InteractKayla Rachel PennyCharlotte Achen - Club meets in E4Tuesdays at lunchPassion and service above self, “embracing our roots” within the community and beyond, and to prove leadership for others to be inspired, while giving back and embracing our personal leadership qualities to share with others. (Through Rotary Club.)
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BC2M (Bring Change to Mind)
Justice Ryver LandesDeborah Mitchell - meets in I104Tuesdays at lunchBring Change to Mind is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the stigma around mental illness and mental health by ecouraging dialogue and raising awareness. Their High School Program across the Bay Area empowers students to educate one another and their communities, and to create a culture of peer support within their schools.
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GSAJustice Ryver LandesMr. Kahl / Sarah Young - meets in G2Thursdays at lunch (in G2)The Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network empowers queer, trans and allied youth leaders to advocate, organize, and mobilize an intersectional movement for safer schools and healthier communities. GSA clubs like this one work to create a safe and comfortable environment for LGBT+ students and advocate for positive change in their community.
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Garden Club
Thomas Landes & Mira Wichelman
Ms. Bauman - Room B4Fri lunch/Wed after schoolWe will learn about different plants, gardening styles, and ways to help the environment through gardening. We will also attempt to care for actual plants on campus. The Gardening Club plan(t)s to redesign the courtyard behind E4 and E5, making it into a landscaped area for people to come and feel welcomed by well-cared-for plants and a calming atmosphere. When we meet, it will be to build and eventually maintain an organized garden that will benefit the school!
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SLVA SquadJaden RuffMr. Lingenfelter - Room F1After school on Tue and Wed from 3 to 4:30This is an accapella club, which means harmonizing without a piano and it takes a lot of focus, but it's also fun. Our goal is to teach ours about music, harmonizes, and melodies as we go through the year learning new songs. We will not only be teaching them about harmonizes and etc but also about focus and when to come in and when not to to stick to your part, and that is our goal by the end of this year.
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International Thespian Society
Wyatt TroxellMs. McKay - Room H104Every first Wednesday of the month.An honors society to award thespians for their hard work in the theatrical arts.
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Young DemocratsJulia PoetzingerMs. Martinez - H101First Monday of each month, in addition to events and possible additional meetingsThe club should be comprised of Democratic students who want to make a difference in their school. One of our main goals will be raising voter participation in our school by creating a drive to register or pre-register to vote. I've been informed that the school may be trying to address this issue as well, in which case we would like to coordinate with the school to assist in this goal. We will also be raising awareness of complicated political issues, ways that students can participate in our democracy, and political events that may be of interest to students of our school.
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Anti-Stress ClubTasina WestbergMr. Sutcliffe - H103ThursdayAnti-Stress Club creates a safe and welcoming environment for all stressed students at SLVHS who might need some downtime during the week and a place to talk and simply have fun. My club’s ultimate goal is to build a community throughout the year where a diverse different group of people, from different grades and with different interests, come together to find commonality in their struggles and ways to reduce school stress. Our club agenda is fairly simple, each meeting we will start with a quick check-in on how everyone is doing as well as a follow-up on any school issues/ homework tips. We will then watch an episode of the office and feast on treats that everyone contributes to the club.
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Ukulele ClubMira WichelmannMr. Lingenfelter - Room F1ERA Mondays after schoolThe Ukulele club's goal is to educate the members in learning the basics of playing the ukulele, and provide a safe, stress free space to explore music and expression through a four stringed mini-guitar! We strive to give helpful advice and show new and returning members what it means to enjoy music in a group.
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Book ClubSkye PellMr. Poetzinger - Room I104Tuesdays during lunch.The purpose of this club would be to meet others who share an interest in literature. Individuals in the club can learn about new books or authors that they like through communicating with other members. A book will be voted on to read and discuss, and when that is finished, another will be voted on. The club would hopefully encourage members to read more regularly and expand their taste in books, as well as be an enjoyable break from the school day.
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Small EnsemblesAustin WhislerMr. Lingenfelter - Room F1Mondays from immediately after school to whenever DL needs us to leave)Together, and in small groups (hence the name), we hope to play music in a way which we don't often get at a high school level. Whoever signs up for the club will be split off into smaller groups who will practice a repertoire of music for their chosen ensemble. If a group wants to, we will also set up chairs and stands around campus some days for lunchtime performances. (most likely in the courtyard in front of the Band room.)
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The Pepsi ClubLucas SzprejdaMs. Beck - Room B3Fridays after school from 3:00 - 4:00 PM.The pepsi club seeks out to allow a place for pepsi enthusiasts within Slv to condrigate in a democratic, one-hour a week meeting where discussions about PepsiCo in the news, people's experiences drinking pepsi in a coke world, and spreading the word (within reason) of this joyous treat for all to enjoy (within moderation.)
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TableTop RPG ClubAudie AdamsMr. Silva - Room H204Friday lunchesOur goal is to provie a spaces for the often overlooked and stigmatized subset of caming that is the Tabletop RPG, to be enjoyed by both old hands and those who have never played and wish to learn.
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Science & Technology ClubIsaac Wallace-MengeMs. Bauman - Room B4Monthly/TuesdaysOur goal is to bring together like-minded individuals who enjoy science . We will hold meetings to talk about current events and design our own activities. This is also a place to get involved in science competitions from around the world.
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SLVHS Podcast ClubGunnar PhillipsMr. Sanderson - Room G3Wednesdays lunchOur goal is to let people in the school and community know about events and other things going on with SLVHS. This would be things like fundraising events, field trips, sports games, or community service opportunties. It would be like an extended in-depth bulletin with other occasional segments and guests "stars" like faculty, sports team members, other club leaders, etc. This would help with keeping students and parents know what wonderful things SLVHS will be doing this tyear!
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Cancer CrusadersChloe Palmer & Brianna WrightMr. Parmenter - G51st and last Monday of each monthFundraising for Relay for Life: to plan our SLVHS Relay for Life team, to come up with and execute funraising ideas and strategies
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