Clubs at KF 2019-2020
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Student Council AssociationA. BaileyTBACommunity service, student led activities
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King MeA. RiddickTBAMale Mentoring Group
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Straight Outta King's ForkAshley JosshuaTBA
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National FFA Organization (Future Farmers of America)
Caitlin JoynerTBAFFA's mission is to develop students' potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success. This is an agriculture based youth leadership organization.
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Class of 2020Graham, Grim, Graven, Criner, Bailey
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Class of 2021Graham, Grim, Graven, Criner, Bailey
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Fellowship of Christian AthletesJ. WorrellMondays 3:10-3:40 pmOpen to all students: To see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of coaches and athletes.
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FCCLA - Family, Career, and Community Leaders of AmericaJennifer Chavez Gwendolyn WilsonTBATo promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through: character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge, and career preparation.
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Key ClubK. MooreTBAStudents who are inspired to assit in the local community and school with spreading good citizenship and promoting positiveness. We work with the Kiwania Club of Suffolk.
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DramaLangertWednesdays and Thursdays 3:15-6pm
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ITS (International Thesbian SocietyLangertMonthly with Drama Club Wednesday's 3:15-4:30 pmElite group of students recognized for their acheivement in Theater
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YearbookLori StarlingTBA
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Class of 2023Monica SmithAll Freshman. Students will receive a t-shirt and attend the Spring Fling.
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TSA Technology Student AssociationMr. Crosby/CouncilTuesday and Thursday 3-4:30pmUsed to promote and enhance career challenges within the entire state of Virginia. Students are allowed to compete for scholarships as well as prize positions within their respected regions while trying to embark on making it to the state and the national level.
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Tech Drawing Club-Sname Competition NN Shipbuilding
Mr. Crosby/LoweMonday & Tuesday 3-4:30pmTo promote the learning and understanding of high school competition on a Technical and Engineering level. This club challenges their minds in the are of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. The students are giving a chance to begin to enjoy the love for STEM while meeting and designing their final project.
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National Honor SocietyMs. C. Boone and Mrs. Wainwright2nd Wednesday of the monthElevates a school's commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character
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Kennel Watchdog ClubOfficer Grant,Mrs Gayle, Mrs. CouncilCrimestoppers
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Gamers ClubPancoastThursday afternoons starting in Octoberprovide students a safe place to commune with other students with similar gaming interests in the spirit of competition as well as developing interpersonal communication skills, technological literacy, and proper online communication
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Name of ClubSponsorMeeting DatesDescription
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FBLAT CommanderThursdays 3:10 - 4:00FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences. Open to students taking any course in the business department or in the IB program which would keep them from taking a business class.2cf
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ChessTodd GidleyWednesdays 3- 4 pmFrom Beginner to Expert Level of Play - All Students are encouraged to Join.
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DebateTodd GidleyTuesdays 3- 5pmDebate is a VHSL recognized Team with 4 categories of competition Open to All Students
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RoboticsTodd GidleyWednesdays 3-4pmThe Robotics team competes in 3 different categories - Land,Air, and Sea - it is Open to All students.
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EcologyTonya BangleyThursdays 3-5 pmOpen to all students. Mission: The King’s Fork High School Ecology Club encourages development of future environmental leaders through STEM based projects centered on environmental sustainability and solid stewardship. Overall goal: Believing that schools can play an active role in protecting our environment, our goal is that King’s Fork High School—together with community partners--become a green school that serves as a model for other Suffolk schools and for our community as a whole.
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Scholastic BowlZoe KilduffMondays & Wednesdays 3-5Encourage interest and acknowledge student achievement in the academic setting, which is the foundation of a teaching institution's goal.
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Class of 2022
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DECA
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International Club
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Ladies of Elegance
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Technology Student AssociationAllows the students to compete in Technology challenges around the Hampton Roads and Penisula area. Club offers skills development that can be used to further the students future careers.
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