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RHS Clubs and Activities

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 RHS Clubs and Activities

 

Club

Advisors

Days and Times

Location

American Red Cross

Ms. Arnone

Mondays - 2:05

E126

Animal Club

Ms. Kunkler

Tuesdays - 2:10

C111

Art Club

Mr. Okun

Tuesdays - 2:10

B111

Band

Mr. Robertson

 

 

Book Club

Ms. Macer

 

 

Chemistry Club

Ms. Zornes

Monday - 2:00-2:20

E226

Cosplaying/Roleplaying
(Interest group)

Mr. Wellington

Fridays 2:00

 

DECA

Ms. Brady

Every other Tuesday - 2:05

E110

Drama

Ms. Doty

Fridays - 2:05

Choir Room

Environmental Club

Ms. Robinson

Tuesdays - 2:05

E130

Film Club

Mr. Garrity

Wednesdays - 12:05

E122

French Club

Ms. Maxwell

Thursdays - 2:10-2:30

E212

Games Club

 

Thursdays - 2:00-3:00

C112

Gay Straight Alliance

Mr. Garrity

Thursdays - 2:00

E122

Japanese Club

Mr. Kuyper

Every Other Thursday - 2:30

Portable A

Key Club

Mr. Gehring

Tuesdays - 2:10

E229

Knowledge Bowl

Mr. McDonald

Fridays - 2:05

E206

Lacrosse Interest group

Mr. Bunnell

Thursday - 2:05

E110

Latinos Unidos

Ms. Gutierrez

Mondays - 2:05

E112

Math Club

Ms. Illac

Tuesdays - 2:05

B221

Model UN

Mr.McDonald

Wednesdays - 12:05-12:40

E208

Newspaper Club

Ms. Busch

Wednesdays - 12:00

 

NHS

Ms. Illeiscu

Quarterly -Timings vary (announced)

TBA

Physics Club

Mr. Gehring

Every Other Thursday - 2:05-2:40

E229

Pink Ribbon

Ms. Snyder

Wednesdays - 12:05

Career Center

Ronald Mcdonald House (IG)

Ms. Bury

Last Thursday of Every month - 2:05

Portable D

Schools for Schools

Ms. Ewart

Mondays - 2:05

Upstairs C wing

Science Olympiad

Ms. Chambers

Fridays - 2:10-2:40

E126

SIFF Club

Ms. Adler

Thursdays - 2:00

C114

Speech and Debate

Ms. Thornsberry

Mondays and Thursdays - 2:05-2:50

B222

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Mr. Gehring

Second Monday of Every month - 2:15

E229

UNICEF

Ms. Cordell

Fridays - 2:10

E207

War Hammer 40k

Ms. Chackel

Every Friday - 2:05-4:00

B125

 

 Latest News

 
Want to Join a club or Interest Group?

Great! Start here:

1. Decide which ones you want to join, and take a look at your schedule! Make sure you have transportation home as we do not offer an activity bus.

2. If you plan to join a club, please make sure you have purchased your ASB card

3. If you plan to join an interest group, then just show up to the meetings (no ASB needed!)

4. At any time during the school year, you are welcome to join a club or interest group. Just show up to a meeting! Also, feel free to speak with the advisers, the presidents and Shail Aamir our ASB Clubs Coordinator.

 Have fun!

Interest Groups vs Clubs!

Interest Groups

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!

An interest 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.

The Difference Between Clubs and Interest Groups

Clubs:

. 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 required

. Must have current and approved constitution on file with Clubs Coordinator

Interest Groups:

. An advisor is required

. Email Ms. duNann with the advisor name and meeting time

. No fundraising

. No use of ASB supplies (paper, paints, ect.)

. No constitution needs to be on file, however, approval via student council is required

If you wish to start an Interest Group, email Ms. duNann (kdunann@lwsd.org) and your ASB Clubs Coordinator to get your Interest Group on the list!

 

The Process for starting a club or interest group:

The process:

  1. 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.
  2. Find and advisor that is willing to host meetings and attend events (if applicable).
  3. Agree on a meeting time and location.
  4. Write a constitution (if forming a club).
  5. Provide all information to Ms. duNann and Shail Aamir (ASB clubs coordinator- s-saamir@lwsd.org) prior to: the following month student council meeting for feedback 
  6. Obtain a list of 10 other RHS students that would join the club (ensure all have ASB cards if forming a club)
  7. Present at the student council meeting for the quorum to decide whether to approve the club/interest group.


 

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