SLVHS Clubs - Fall 2019 for Website
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Club Name: Meeting days, times, and locationDescription of the club and its goals:Club Leader(s):Staff Club Advisor
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Anime ClubTuesdays at Lunch in room H204To watch anime and have a good time Tasia LundbergMr. Silva
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Anti-Stress ClubThursdays at Lunch in room H103Anti-Stress Club has been a safe and friendly community for stressed students at SLVHS since the spring of 2018. Our goal is simple and short: to provide students with entertainment and snacks as an aim to create a stress-free environment for the lunch hour of their Thursdays. School can be tiring and stressful. Sometimes all students need is an episode of The Office to remind them that everything is going to be o.k. For one and half years now, Anti-Stress Club has brought in diverse groups of students with all kinds of interests and from all grade levels. What unites us? Our love of The Office , sweet treats, and good laughs. Tasina WestbergShane Sutcliffe
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The Lunch ClubEvery other Thursday at lunch in room H204Poker club: people bring food and play poker with chips, no money will be involved because that is illegalMadeleine NewMr. Silva
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International Thespian SocietyTwice a semester, at lunch, in a location yet to be decided.To record hours completed by students in productions in and out of high school during their years of education. To notify members of club events and special activities and rewards for participation in club.Wyatt TroxellSusan McKay
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The Hope Brigade (SLVHS Relay for Life Team)The first Monday of each month at lunch in Mr. Parmenter's classroom (G5)We will host fundraisers to raise money for the American Cancer Society's Relay For life.Chloe Palmer, Brianna Wright, & Emily CreedRoss Parmenter
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Rainbow Alliance (SAGA/GSA)Mondays & Thursdays at lunch in Mr. Kahl's room (G2)Rainbow Alliance is a safe place for LGBTQ+ teens and allies.Goals are to educate both LGBTQ+ students and non-LGBTQ+ students about the sexuality and gender spectrum and promote greater tolerance throughout SLVHS.Brooklynn Winters & Reyes WarneEric Kahl, Sara Young
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The Pepsi ClubFridays at lunch in Mrs. Beck's room (B3)Pepsi Club, unlike last year, will be primarily focused on teaching students about the running of a constitutional monarchy similar to, but not exactly like, the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Whales, and Northern Ireland. Each Pepsi club meeting will consist of two parts -- Affairs, Debate, and announcement, and time to eat lunch and hang out. During the first part of the meeting, Pepsiteers will debate one another, propose legislation to be passed to the two houses of the Pepsi Club government, talk about their out-of-club experience, and overall propose ideas to the Grand-duke and his parliament (Me and a select individuals) in order to make the Pepsi Club a far better place to be. As Grand-Duke, it will be my job to keep the Pepsi Club as centralized as possible, while the people are most likely going to try to liberalize the government, possibly even attempting to overthrow me by electing a republicanist party, however, if I do my job well enough I'm sure that won't happen.Lucas SzprejdaStephannie Beck
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Surf ClubEvery-other-Friday at lunch, in the ASB room (E4)We aim to get people of all levels out in the water, having fun. We also do surf-related outings in our community and beach cleanups.Chloe KhokharJoni Martin
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Interact ClubTuesdays at lunch in the ASB room (E4).Interact Club is a volunteering club with many opportunities to get involved and connect with a larger group of people who volunteer across the Bay Area. Kaylo ZubeyCharlotte Achen
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Business ClubTwice a month on Mondays in room H101Our club will talk about many different aspects of business to help students prepare for the world outside of high school. Travis Loik + Tasina WestbergCindy Martinez
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Cosmetics ClubMondays, 2 to around 3:30ish (time may change) in the Band room (F1)To help build other people's experience with the world of makeup. To help each others techinic, and giving tips. And it's a time to bond with each other and doing the thing we love to do as a group.Jaden RuffCarrie Liston
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RPG ClubPrimarliy meeting online, occasional meetings in person in the Library Computer LabTo provide an environment to discuss and play popular Tabletop RPG's such as Dungeons and Dragons, Traveler, Pathfinder, etc. Audie AdamsMr. Henderson
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SLV Bible ClubEvery third Friday at lunch in Ms. Martinez's room (H101)The Bible Club at SLVHS is:
-A place for Christians at SLVHS to meet each other and spend time in fellowship.
-A place for Christian students to grow in their faith through the study of the Bible.
-A place for people to come learn about the Christian faith.
Lily Bartz, Madeline DavisMs. Martinez
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Key ClubMondays at Lunch in room H102Community service club working under Kiwanis Hunter AvillaMr. Conger
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Gardening ClubThursdays after school, Fridays at Lunch in E4 (ASB room)To establish a school garden and landscape the school campus, to spread knowledge about the native plants of California and teach sustainability. Mira WichelmannMs. Bauman
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Ultimate Frisbee ClubWednesdays at lunch in E8Hang out and play ultimate frisbee.Herbie BondWilliam Winkler
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Young Democratic Socialists of AmericaTBDAbolition of capitalism, institution of socialist economic system.Jack McCourtX, Martinez, Schafer
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Creative Writing ClubThursdays at lunch in G3Encourage creative writing by providing prompts and exercises for improving your skills. Anyone at any level can come and members are not required to share their writing (although they are encouraged to!) We hope it can be a fun and safe environment for anyone interested in writing creatively. Chloe ThompsonMs. Ruby
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