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CLUBS SLIDESHOW: view here
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CLUB NAMESPONSORMeeting Dates/timesFeesRequirements to JoinGOOGLE CLASS CODE / SOCIAL MEDIADESCRIPTION
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ACADEMIC BOWL/Scholar BowlMr. Kyle Perkins and Mr. Josh WIlsonTBDGoogle Class Code: puxjk7pThis team competes against other schools in answering a variety of questions over all academic areas in a fast paced, competive atmosphere.
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ART CLUBMrs. SkidmoreTBD$10.00Classroom code is a6sjbmf to joinFor all students who enjoy creating art! We paint windows for the holidays, murals, help out where we can
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BASS FISHING CLUBMr.RaderSome meetings in December - in Room 43 Dates/Times will vary$60.00Goggle Classroom Code: kfk4ysk Twitter: @MrYost_PCWe compete through an organization called the National Youth Fishing Association. They host between 4-5 tournaments a year all around the state of Missouri. You will be responsible for finding a partner where either you or your partner have access to a boat. Tournaments usually run from March till September.
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CAPPIESMrs. Glidewell(see Miss Glidwewell, Rm. 45)Audition / Application process based on writing a play critique. See Mrs. Glidewell (Audition process for belonging to the team) Cappies is an theatrical / student writing organization that will go to see high school area productions. After you watch the production, you will confer with other students from other high schools about how the show was while evaluating the show. Then you will write a critique over the show. The top three critiques will be published in area publications and up for awards (KC Star, Newspapers, Etc).
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CHARACTER COUNCILMrs. Heather BrownCharacter Council is now an addition to the Pirate Mentor ProgramApplication Process- See Pirate Mentor applicationCooperative program of University of Missouri Extension- Platte County/4-H and Platte Co R3 School District that promotes good character through interactive presentations in 6th grade at Barry and Platte City Middle School twice a year (October or November & February or March usually).
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DECAMrs. Jerri SporesDuring Class (Co-Curricular)$30.00*Co-Curricular with Marketing Education ClassesOnly applies to students in Marketing Education classes.DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.
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Diversity CouncilBrantley, Parrish, Dickson, Spores, Falk, KeeneTwice Monthly, Fridays during PLTOpen to all studentsGoogle Classroom Code: afw5msw Remind: Text @sdiversity to 81010The mission of the PC Diversity Council is to provide a safe and inclusive space for all members of the school community regardless of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion or ability. PC Diversity Council is geared towards students who are looking to foster a school-wide culture of appreciation for diversity. Members of PC Diversity Council are open-minded and ready to spread the message of inclusion and acceptance throughout the school and community.
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FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)Mrs. Heather BallTo Be Announced
$30 - includes t-shirt
Open to All Students Grade 9-12GOOGLE CLASS CODE: jij5dah INSTAGRAM @pchs__fccla TWITTER @PCR3FCCLA
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) education in public and private school through grade 12. FCCLA offers intra-curricular resources and opportunities for students to pursue careers that support families. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
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FBLAMrs. Hannah Kasner, Ms. Arian HuhmanThursdays, 7am and 2:45 pm, Rm 21$30.00Open to all students grades 9 - 12.TWITTER & INSTAGRAM: @fblapc GOOGLE CLASSROOM: 5p5l5ooFuture Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. (FBLA-PBL) is the largest business Career and Technical Student Organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business. MISSION: FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
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F.R.I.E.N.D.S.
Missy Falk, Adrian Jackson
Paxton LG3 - every other Thursday after school, every other Friday PLT (starting on September 8).None! Everyone is welcome!Google Classroom Code: xsoml23 Remind: Text @friendspc to 81010
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FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)Mr. Zach KeithWed. mornings at 7 am in Room 7 - with occasional events in the evening.You don't need to be a Christian or an athlete to come hang out at FCA. It's a really laid back atmosphere in which we typically begin with a game, and then have a guest speaker share an encouraging ten minute message. You don't have to "join". Just come whenever!
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MAKERSPACEMrs. HandkeTBD
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NHS (National Honor Society)Mr. and Mrs. WilsonJuniors and Seniors with a 3.0 unweighted GPA (or above) will be sent a Student Information Sheet in January. The five anonymous members of the Faculty Council will review those sheets for evidence of Leadership, Service, and Character. Selected students will be invited to attend the NHS induction ceremony in early Spring.
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PHANTOM RoboticsMrs. Wendy AsselMon/Tues and Thur after school in Paxton LG 4. Students decide on their personal time commitment.$30.00
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PLAYERS PORT: Game ClubMs. Victoria TessmerMonday after school in Paxton LG3. Students decide on their personal committment.$0.00Open to all students grades 9-12New Google Classroom
Code: c7j7oxq
Established in 2022 for anyone in grades 9-12, Players Port is a place for someone to "dock their ship" from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm and play some games and make some friends. We meet ouside of school hours in Paxton LG3. Not only do we learn communication skills, teamwork, and strategic thinking / planning, we also learn to just sit back, grab some friends, and enjoy some quality game time.
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PIRATE MENTORSMrs. Lightfoot & Mrs. BrownTBDMust apply, meet criteria and be acceptedEstablished in 2012 for Juniors and Seniors. The organization's goal is to create a welcoming high school experience for new students. We meet outside of school time and during the summer for training, organizational team building and planning purposes. The activities we sponsor include Freshmen Orientation Day and other freshman monthly events.
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PIRATES SERVE & INTERACT CLUB (PSIC)Mrs. Gail Martin & Mrs. Heather BrownOnce a month on Fridays in PLTEach participant must attend a minimum of 8 scheduled meetings.New Google Classroom Code: tehx5cmOur mission is to provide service opportunities to students at Platte County High School, and the means to get to these events with like-minded people. We are directly connected to the Rotary Club and will participate in activities that they need help within our community.
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Quill and Scroll (Journalism Honor Society)Mrs. Devan Foos(for Journalism students)$30.00
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SCIENCE CLUBMrs. Andrea SchmidtGoogle Classroom link : 4g2v3b5The Science Club is for those with a general interest in science. We will develop activities to experience science related topics throughout the year with an emphasis in learning about the world around us and making a positive impact in our community. We will promote awareness of global environmental issues and emphasize the importance of everyday sustainability choices. We will be proactive, not reactive, to combat the sustainability issues in our community and encourage students to develop scientifically grounded opinions and stand up for these beliefs.
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SCIENCE OLYMPIADCrystal BuschTimes will be announcedfor REMIND messages: Text @sciolypchs to 971-340-4807Science Olympiad is an academic competition between other high schools in our area. Students have a choice of "events" they would like to compete in that vary in the subject and event type. Students will prepare for their chosen event and then on tournament day, go up against others in the same event to receive the best score. Students can choose from study and test events, lab events and build events. The subject of events change from year to year but are all related to science topics.
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SPEECH & DEBATE - "Talking Pirates"Trisch Vessar Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school (3-4:30 pm), Room 53. Optional, but recommended: $20 (NSDA Membership - 1/2 paid by member, 1/2 by team)Must be MSHSAA eligibleGoogle Classroom: vw63kds
Twitter @talkingpirates
Speech and Debate is a combination of public speaking, acting, and arguing all in one competitive sport. We attend touranments beginning in October. Our season runs through the beginning of March. There are also opportunities to qualify for State in April and Nationals in June. There are three “tracks” that students can take: Speech, Interpretation, and Debate. In Speech, competitors craft a persuasive and/or informative speech and then present it to a series of judges. Depending on the specific event these speeches are either written on the spot or carefully curated over the year. In the Interpretation events, competitors take pieces of literature and poetry and present their interpretation of them either by themselves or with a partner. In Debate, students work as a team to prove their side of an argument against another team from a different school.
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STUDENT BOOK CLUBMrs. Valorie StokesTBD The purpose of the student book club is to gather as student readers who recommend and read together young adult, nonfiction and/or classic books for the purpose of discussion and enjoyment. The students submit and select all book choices and help facilitate discussions/activities related to each meeting's selected title after the initial, organizational meeting.
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Student Council (STUCO)Kyle Perkins & Robin HerronTuesday mornings, 7:00 AM in Paxton rm. 18REMINDStudent Government that promotes school spirit, school service, and school social activities.
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Thespians/Drama ClubMrs. GlidewellMeeting times TBD.Anyone can join drama club. Must meet the requirements of 100+ hours of theatrical work to be inducted as aThespian in the International Thespian Society with a $30 membership for life fee. @pchs_theatre (Twitter) Google classroom : fbpynrv
Students share their range of theatrical talents from acting to stagecraft, lights to sound design and more. We work backstage and onstage in theatre events at the high school and attend conferences and shows outside of the school at colleges and professional venues. We also serve the community twice a year in service projects.
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TRI-M Music Honor SocietyMr. vonGlahnscheduled during PLT$10.003.25 unweighted GPA and a 3.5 in all music classes. Accepted upon application.
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World Cultures Club (formerly World Languages Club)Ms. A SmithMeets monthly in PLT, dates to be determinedOpen to everyoneGOOGLE CLASS CODE: rosk037The purpose of World Cultures Club is to gain an understanding and appreciation of other cultures.