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Bookclub is providing a communal novel for its members and encouraging personal reading by playing book bingo. Meeting times will be the first Thursday and the third Wednesday of the month. There is a $5 fee for joining.
We are a group of students who enjoy music and singing. We provide an opportunity to sing and be involved in sharing talent throughout the school year. We promote friendship, a safe environment, and the opportunity to spotlight creative talent. We also involve those who can play an instrument and highlight their talent as well. School rules and guidelines will be observed as well as Club Guidelines.
DnD stands for Dungeons and Dragons, which is an incredibly fun game played in groups. It's a fantasy based TTRPG (tabletop role play game), and it's a bridge to limitless possibilities. It encourages creativity, problem solving, working in a group, and just generally creates a wonderful kind of chaos. It's completely free, all you need is a DnDBeyond account (we can help you make it) or a character sheet (we can still help you make it). We would love to see you there!
Meetings are after school for an hour and a half on Thursdays in Mrs. Hadley's room (M4-101).
Esports officially stands for electronic sports, not to be confused with video games. Esports takes video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines. The difference is comparable to a pick-up basketball game at a park versus a varsity high school basketball game. Esports requires teamwork, communication, critical and strategic thinking, creativity, sportsmanship, and leadership — much like traditional sports.
Meetings: Squad Meetings are Mondays after school and Wednesdays before school in Lind 127, but students participate in monthly activities as posted on the school calendar.
Instagram is: Nuamesnorthhopesquad
Blurb from National Website:
What is HOSA: A Career and Technical Student Organization designed to develop future leaders for the health care system – “The Medical Club”. HOSA participation provides opportunities for students to:
• develop effective leadership qualities and skills
• enhance communication skills
• develop critical thinking and problem-solving
• build self-esteem through individual and group achievement
• participate in community service activities
• develop character and responsible citizenship traits
• set goals for life-long learning and make realistic career choices
• network with health care professionals and peers who have similar goals
Remind code: @h8h9ac
National Honor Society is open to all students who have maintained a 3.5 cumulative GPA starting with their 9th-grade year. The club emphasizes scholarship, personal integrity, and community service. Students are required to complete and log two hours of community service per month and to attend six of the eight monthly club meetings held during lunch in Mrs. Long's room, Wattis Building, #115. More information will be given about our meetings and projects throughout the year.
Meetings for the REST of the year will be held on October 19, November 23, December 14, January 11, February 15, March 15, and April 19. Induction will be held in May.
TSA (Technology Student Association) Club Logo attached.
We meet in M6 (Mr. Baker's portable) Thursday's after school (3:00 to 3:40 pm)
About our club: This club is for anyone who loves technology. We compete against other schools in events involving technology.