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Sandy Ridge Clubs

All clubs begin at 2:55PM unless otherwise stated.

2017-2018 CASLV SANDY RIDGE CLUB LIST
# CLUB NAME SUPERVISOR FEE MEETING DAY GRADE DESCRIPTION
1 HS Speech and Debate Sloan Various Tuesday 9-12 Students will learn about and be able to compete in the various events Provide by the national Speech and Debate Association. The club will cover:  the art of rhetoric, how to construct logical and effective arguments, theatrical skills, script interpretation and preformance, impromptu and prepared speeches. Most importantly they will have fin doing it. Students will be able to participate in local, state, and National competitions.
2 MS Speech and Debate Sloan Various Thursday 6-8 Students will learn about and be able to compete in the various events Provide by the national Speech and Debate Association. The club will cover: the art of rhetoric, how to construct logical and effective arguments, theatrical skills, script interpretation and preformance, impromptu and prepared speeches. Most importantly they will have fin doing it. Students will participate in local, state, and National competitions.
3 Student Council Jacobs None Thursday Elected Members from Grades 6-12 Coral Academy Student Council is a school-wide organization dedicated to the promotion of excellence, ethics, progress, and high moral values within both the school and throughout the community.  Student Council also serves to fully represent the CASLV student body in the areas of developing school spirit by means of planning various social events, fundraising, and student/faculty communication.
4 National Honors Society & National Junior Honors Society Carlone $20.00 Initial, some project costs later Tuesday 7-12 National Honors Society connects Coral with the surrounding community, helping students groom themselves into future community leaders. NHS coordinates many activities across campus but more importantly coordinates a wide range of volunteer efforts and forms of local outreach. NHS members are simply more prepared to create positive and lasting change, regardless of where they find themselves in the future.
5 World Cultures Club Meuir TBA Friday after school 6-12 World Cultures Club is a studen
6 Socratics Rocchio None Friday 9-12 Socratics is a discussion group of a philosophical nature, in which members converse about complex and, at times, controversial issues or texts through questioning in order to gain a deeper, objective understanding of them. Through these discussions, members will also learn to listen more closely to others, think critically for themselves, and better articulate their own thoughts.
7 Table Tennis Mr. G No fee Friday 6-12 Table tennisis open to both competitive players of all skill levels within the CASLV communitiy.
8 Glee Club S. Devine/Murray TBD Thursday 6-12 An auditioned group of 12 students (3 each of soprano, alto, tenor, and bass) that will rehearse harmonized singing and dancing for future performances and possibly competitions.
9 Mu Alpha Theta Club Hikmet $10 membership fee for new members TBD 9-12 National Honor Society of Math.Members will tutor other students in math and will be engaged in lots of fundraising activities for our National Convention that takes place in July.This year the National Convention will be held in Colorado Springs ,July 8-13.
10 Freshmen Mentorship Program Nourse None Once monthly during 0-period 11, 12 Open to juniors and seniors who would like to be a positive role model for a freshmen student. Meetings will be once a month during 0-period.  You will be excused from your 0-period for this activity.  As upper-classmen, you have a lot of great experiences that you can share with new high school students to make their adjustment to high school and overall experience better.  As a mentor, you will also be able to reflect on your high school experiences and this will be good for your college applications.
11 Cross Stitch Club Batara $10 fee for materials Fridays 2:30pm-3:30pm 6-12 Students will learn the art of cross stitching and will work on various projects that will support a positive culture at CASLV.
12 Fundraising Club Alley None Fridays 2:30-3:15 6-12 Students will help advisor with all aspects of advertising, accounting, and organizing fundraising for school. We will specifically address the topics of creating and maintaining a budget and resource allocation, and will review what types of fundraisers were most beneficial to the school based on the amount of funds raised. This includes: Crazy Good Popcorn, Nothing Bundt Cakes, and Pizza Fridays. We can add events more as needed.
13 Art Club Kubik $15 Thursdays 6-12 In Art Club we make crafts from clocks to tie dye tee shirs and clay items like refrigerator
14 Music Club Sol None Monday 6-12 Purpose: To provide an opportunity to play and/or sing more challenging music and experience
playing with other students
Activities: Rehearsals, school concerts, and community performances
How to join:Fill out the interest form in the music class website at :
http://musiccoral.weebly.com/
15 Drama Club (HS) Hudacek None TBD 9-12 Students will practice their drama skills through activities and selection and practice of monologues, pair scenes or musical pieces. This is a low-stress environment for students who wish to become better at acting, public speaking, or presenting in front of others, as performances are in front of fellow club members only. The focus of the club is preparing interested members for future drama competitions.
16 Fine Arts Plus Club Ambreen Islam $20 initial fee and some projects will cost and will require materials later. Monday 9-12 Students will learn drawing, calligraphy, henna design, texture painting, sketching, collage painting, still life, and more…
17 Coding Play/Game Lab Club Murat None Thursday 6-8 Students will practice coding skills on the computer by programming popular video games/apps (angry birds.ice age)
18 Mock UN or We the People (or both?  not sure how involved these are) Reeves None/Unsure Tuesdays 1:45 – 2:45 9-12 Students will prepare for academic competitions for either Mock UN or We the People
19 Chemistry Olympiad Mr. G None TBD 9-12 Students will study towards advanced chemistry competitions
20 Girl Talk Scott, Suheyla, Tortora None Thursdays 2:30-3:15 6-8 Girls  9-12 (leaders) Students participate in fun, positive meetings led by High School Leaders
21 Key Club Martorello               Stephanie Cuevas Senior (Club Student leader) Unsure Tuesday 2.30-3.30 All high school students are advised to participate Students participate in activities and earn community service hours with their participation
22 School Beautification Club Mr. Lehman none Fridays 2:30-3:15 6-8
23 FTC Robotics Yolcu $100 Monday – Friday   2:30-5:30 7-12 It’s way more than building robots. FIRST Tech Challenge teams (10+ members, grades 7-12) are challenged to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. Participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have!” Guided by adult Coaches and Mentors, students develop STEM skills and practice engineering principles (like keeping an engineering notebook), while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and sharing ideas. The robot kit is reusable from year-to-year and can be programmed using a variety of languages, including Java. Teams also must raise funds, design and market their team brand, and do community outreach for which they can win awards. Participants have access to tens of millions of dollars in college scholarships. Each season concludes with Super-Regional Championships and an exciting FIRST Championship.
24 FLL Robotics Yolcu $100 Friday 2:30-5:30 6-9 FIRST LEGO League gives middle school students and their the opportunity to work and create together to solve a common problem. Challenged to research a real-world problem, then create an original solution for that problem, plus design and build a robot using a LEGO MINDSTORMS kit within a common set of rules to accomplish “missions” on a playing field, brings out the best in students and adults alike. The theme changes each season, requiring teams to be extraordinarily creative
25 Geography Bee Stephens TBD TBD 6-8 Practice geography knowledge and skills in preparation for the National Geographic Bee competition!  State bees are held in the spring.
26 Trivia Bowl Binstock none 2:30 – 3:15 6-8 Students will participate in general trivia competition
27 Craft Club Shaighan $20 Thursdays 6-8 Students will cut, glue, color, and paint to create fun seasonal decorations.
28 Drama Club (MS) Mrs. Rachel Jonah none Wednesdays, 2:40 – 3:30 6-8 Come and have fun doing Improvisations, playing theatre games, performing monologues and scenes and having an end of the year play!!
29 Multicultural Cuisine Club Murat none Thursday  1:40-2:30 9-12 Students will learn how to cook different cuisines from different cultures
30 CMLP (College Leadership and Mentorship Program) Adem Akgedik (CMLP Coordinator) Mentors will be appointed for groups. $80 TBD 9 CMLP is primarily focused to achieve success in terms of academics required to solidify admissions to selective colleges ( SAT and ACT preparation follow up…). The Program also has a major ingredient of guidance to secure the character and personality part of the college admission and provides highly motivated and enriching activities.
Along the way students will be guided for Scholarships and Awards applications for colleges such as the Congressional Award. (Sudent selection criteria; High GPA and teacher recommendation )

 

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