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Elementary, middle, and high school students working at their group levels in a club
  • Clubs and organizations are a great way to help develop character and the skills that will benefit you in school, your career, and in life. Skills like commitment, leadership, effective communication, and being able to work successfully in a group all come from participating in a club or organization. Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills, and boost your college resumé.

    Art Karen Klein Students interested in exploring their creativity and develop their techniques Room 43S, Tues., 2:45-4:00pm
    BAND Eric Nadekow A chance to perform and showcase your talents throughout the year Band Room Tues &Thurs 3-5pm (also During classtime & events)
    Biotech Club TBA Fairchild Challenges & others, tutoring, fundraising TBA
    Cheer and Girl's Lacrosse Kaylan Petit-Papa No experience needed Cafeteria Tues&Weds 3-5:30PM
    Canes Club Coach Mele   Room 22S Wed., 3PM
    Canes United Alexander Adams Join diverse group of kids with shared values Room 19S  Wed., 3-4PM
    Cross Country/Track Acacia Sangster   Track, Mon.,Tues., Thurs., Fri., 3:10-5:30PM & Sat.,7AM
    Debate Stephen Jones Learning, preparing, and practicing for speech and debate competitions Room TVLab, Wed., 3-4PM
    Feminist Club Alexander Adams Stand-up for important social issues & help community Room 19S Tues., 3-4PM
    First Priority Stacey Hankerson A Christian club, helps students build their relationship with God Room 2513, Wed., 2:45PM
        by  helping them connect with other Christians thru gospel lessons  
    FFEA Annette Alfaro Leadership; tutoring elementary school children/Service hours Room 2501, Thurs., 3PM
    Football Coach Urrego Learn, perform, prepare to compete in football games (Room 20South for info) Football Field, Mon-Fri., 3-5:30PM
    Garden Club Jessica Coker Growing plants from seeds, Add plants to campus Room 23N, Mon., 2:45 - 4:00PM
    HIP(Health Information Project) Melina Eaton HIP empowers high school students to tackle the health crises of their  Room 29S, Tues.,  2:50-3:30PM
        generation and educate teenagers about their health issues and resources  
    JROTC Chief Hernandez/Lt. Col. White Educate students in citizenship, life skills, and promote community During class time & events
    Junior Academy  Wanda Rosario Enviromental sustainability challenges, research in  Room 25N, Wed., 3:00-4:30PM
    of Science   STEMS and competitions  
    Key Club Kendra Walton Community service organization affiliated w/Oakland Park Kiwanis Room 16N, Tues., 2:45PM
    Latinos in Action Ileana Martin Empower Latinos youth to lead & strengthen their communities  Room 27N, during class time (period 1-2)
    Magnet Ambassadors Randa Flinn Magnet students to represent ourNortheast Magnet Programs Magnet Office, during lunch 
    MTL Robert Jenkins A peer-to-peer support engagement; based on the five pillars of academic Media Center,Wed.&Thurs. 2:45pm (Not on PSD days)
        achievement, community service, mentoring, family involvement&incentives  
    NHS(Nat'l Honor Society) Stephen Jones Emphasizes Leadership and Service for students who meet high TVL Room, Thurs., 3:00PM
        Academic Standards (GPA requirements and other standards)  
    Performing Arts(YMCA) Yolanda Laverde Drama, Improv, Singing, Dancing Mon., & Wed., 3-5:00PM
    Scholarship Club Magdaline Exantus Learn to find scholarships and the ins/outs of paying for college Brace office, 
    SECME- Engineering Club Karly Garrison Engineering club that will work on competitions & real world solutions to problems Room 24N, Thurs., 3:00-5:00PM
    Senior Class Kendra Walton For Seniors to obtain information and upcoming events Room 16N, meet on "A" days during both lunches
    STEP   Haynes Supported Training Employment Program for students w/disabilities Room 12N, Mon,Tues,Wed., 2:40-5:00PM
    Student Government Yolanda Laverde Community service,fundraising,school spirit,school activities Room 46S, during class time (7th per)
    Women of Tomorrow Nadine White/Carla Jamieson Mentor & scholarship program for 9th & 10th grade girls  Room850/Media, during Study Hall
    Upward Bound Teresa Lupo College prep with fieldtrips; focus on math & science prep & trips Brace office, Wednesday, 3-4:30 PM
    Volleyball Calynn Foster    
    Weight Training Coach Gentile Learn,perform, and prepare to compete in weight lifting competition Weight Room, Mon., & Wed., 3-4:00PM
    Wrestling  Dykes/Walton Practice, Conditioning vaies depending on matches Youth Impact Center Mon-Thurs., 3-6:00PM
    Yearbook/PhotographyClub Alexander Adams Curate yearbook(photography, writing, etc.) Room 19S  TBA

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