Clubs

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Clubs for 2016 - 2017

Club/Activity

Advisor(s)

Mission Statement

Location, Time, Place of Meetings

Anime Club

Kelly Reed

Provide students with opportunities to create, discuss, and view Anime..

330B Tuesdays

Art Club

Lindsay Nygaard

Provides an opportunity for students interested in the visual arts to creatively express themselves through making artwork.

Art Room 123B Thursdays 2-3 PM

Answer For Cancer

Nancy Krieger

Create awareness, fundraise, and provide support for students and families dealing with cancer.

Every other Tuesday 2-3PM 253B

Best Buddies

Sarah Faulkner, Teresa Carpenter

Club for kids of all abilities to socialize and play games.

TBD See Ms. Faulkner in 119A

Class Council 2017

Stephanie Forte, Sue Sherck

Plan class activities/events and fundraising to support such events.

108A Tuesdays

Class Council 2018

Christine Moniz, Laura Niedbala

Plan class activities/events and fundraising to support such events.

115A Tuesdays

Class Council 2019

Leanne Farrell, Caroline Altieri

Plan class activities/events and fundraising to support such events.

238B Wednesdays 2PM

Class Council 2020

Angela Larson, Catherine Botsford-Milne

Plan class activities/events and fundraising to support such events.

249B Tuesdays 2PM

AHS Drama Club

 

Peter Tarsi

To provide students with onstage and offstage theatre education, to provide the school community and city with quality entertainment.

Meeting location/day(s)/time: Varies, depending on production. Rehearsal schedule provided.

Debate Club

Mr. Stiles

To provide students with the opportunity to learn how to debate current issues.

Every other Monday in the Study

Eagle’s

Eye

 

 

 

Adeline Bee

The Eagle's Eye is the school newspaper. Students write articles and upload them to the newspaper

Mondays 2-3 PM 325B

 

 

Global Issues

Brian Hodges

To make a positive impact in the community and give students an opportunity to help those in need.

See Mr. Hodges in 353B

Interact Club

Greg Finale

AHS Interact Club is looking for new, enthusiastic members who want to make a difference in the AHS community and in the world.

Tuesdays, 2PM, Room 157C

Leo Club

AHS Liaison, Rachel Skerker

 

To provide the youth of the world with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.

Monday nights,

B3 Cafeteria

Jazz Band

Katie McCarthy

Musicians in this ensemble perform a variety of jazz music in the AHS music department concerts.

Mondays 2-3pm in the music room

Marching Band

Katie McCarthy

 

 

Performs at all home football games and City of Attleboro parades.

Tuesdays and Thursdays in the music room 5-7pm

Model UN

TBD

Students research worldly affairs and replicate discussions dealing with global issues.

TBD

National Honor Society

Angela Larson

Elected students conduct fundraisers and do acts of charity.

See Mrs. Larson in 248B

Project Unite

Becky Halsey/Sarah Faulkner

To plan and fundraise for Special Olympics School Day Games

See Ms. Halsey or Ms. Faulkner

Robotics Club

Keri McInnis

To learn the basics of robotics and to participate in competitions

Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-3pm in the engineering room (near gym)

G.S.A.

Deanna Wells-Scott,

Meredith Silva

The mission of the GSA is to provide a welcoming environment where students can express themselves in a supportive environment, and work on community education and outreach.

Wednesdays 241B

Select Choir

 

 

Katie McCarthy

An after-school credited class open by audition to grades 9-12.Students learn more challenging repertoire including jazz, pop with improvisation and solo opportunities.

Starts Trimester 2. See Mrs. McCarthy

SkillsUSA

 

Karen Pereira

Provides opportunities for members to develop individually and improve teamwork, leadership and professional skills through education, training, service, and competition. Membership dues are $13.

Tuesdays 213A

Snowboard/Ski Club

Glenn Weidner

To organize trips to the mountains

See Mr. Weidner in 204A

Spring Musical

Pete Tarsi, Kate McCarthy

A combination of the music dept and drama club working to perform a musical theater production in the early Spring (usually early April).All are welcome and anyone can join the ensemble cast, there are speaking only, dancing only roles available as well as combination of roles: singing, dancing, speaking.We also use back stage help (stagehands) and front of house help (ushers, etc.) for those who cannot commit to the rehearsal schedule but would like to be involved in the show itself.

Auditions for lead roles take place usually in December (A rehearsal calendar is posted after auditions.)

 

Student Council

Karen Pereira

Lead, Influence, Change.

Thursdays 7PM in B3

Yearbook

Nancy Krieger/Nicole Lane

To create and sell a yearbook for the current school year.

Mondays at 2PM in 120A

 

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