Interest Groups vs Clubs!
Want to get together with some friends and talk about something you are all
interested in? Don’t want to take minutes and fundraise? Then Interest Groups
are for you!
group at Redmond High School is simply when you and your friends can meet in a
teachers room and talk about something you are all interested in. This can be a
Game Board Club, an XBOX club, or a Knitting Club! Anything counts.
Between Clubs and Interest Groups
. Need to be
ASB approved at a Student Council meeting
. Must take
minutes at meetings if you are fundraising
. Everyone in
the club must be an ASB member
. An advisor is
. Must have
current and approved constitution on file with Clubs Coordinator
. An advisor is
. Email Ms.
duNann with the advisor name and meeting time
. No use of ASB
supplies (paper, paints, ect.)
constitution needs to be on file, however, approval via student council is
If you wish to
start an Interest Group, email Ms. duNann (firstname.lastname@example.org)
and your ASB Clubs Coordinator to get your Interest Group on the list!
The Process for starting a club or interest group:
- Look on the RHS website and the
RHS ASB Haiku page for info about clubs or interest groups and decide
which one is more appropriate.
- Find and advisor that is
willing to host meetings and attend events (if applicable).
- Agree on a meeting time and
- Write a constitution (if
forming a club).
- Provide all information to Ms.
duNann and Shail Aamir (ASB clubs coordinator- email@example.com) prior
to: the following month student council meeting for feedback
- Obtain a list of 10 other RHS
students that would join the club (ensure all have ASB cards if forming a
- Present at the student council
meeting for the quorum to decide whether to approve the club/interest