Clubs

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AHS Clubs & Activities for 2021 - 2022

Club/Activity

Advisor(s)

Mission Statement

Google Classroom Join Code

 

AHS Service

Angela Larson

To provide students with community service opportunities throughout AHS and community events.

Class code: hy46wo3

 

Anime Club

Kaytie Keane

To provide a safe, fun environment in which students can explore their unique interests with peers.

Thursdays at 2PM in 117A

 

Answer For Cancer

Nancy Tella

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

TBD

 

Art Club

Lindsay Nygaard

Offers students an opportunity to participate in any type of visual artmaking.

Thursdays at 2PM in the Art Room 123B

 

Best Buddies

Julia Enos

Best Buddies is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

Thursdays 2PM in B1 Cafeteria

 

Bible Club

David Seavey

The learn about and discuss the Bible

Wednesdays at 2PM in 206A

 

Book Club

Kaytie Keane

Read the book of the month and discuss

See Ms. Keane for details in 117A- meets once a month

 

Class Council 2022

Erin Feeney and Katelyn Andrade

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

Tuesdays at 2PM in 104A

 

Class Council 2023

Karen Pereira and Laura Niedbala

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

Thursdays at 2PM in 120A

 

Class Council 2024

Colleen Carchedi and Jillian Fitzgerald

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

TBA

 

Class Council 2025

Emma Armfield and JeanneAnne Cosgrove

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

TBA

 

Colorguard

Katie McCarthy

March and perform at football games during halftime, pep rallies, parades, and events in the Greater Attleboro community.

Tuesdays 4:00-6:00 PM

 

Comic and Pop Culture Club

Joe Gorman

To provide students a place to read and discuss comics and what is happening in pop culture.

Thurs 2-3 pm 339B

 

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.

 

Dungeons and Dragons Club

Ben Kelley

To play Dungeons and Dragons.

Thursdays at 2PM in LMC 6

 

Foreign Language Club

Marcia Correia-Thomas

To practice foreign languages and learn about other cultures

TBD

 

Gaming Club

Ben Kelley

To play different games.

Tuesdays at 2 PM in LMC 6

 

Girl UP

Kaytie Keane

To empower girls and women through discussion, education, leadership, and community engagement.

Every other Tuesday 2 PM

 

G.S.A. - Gender and Sexuality Alliance

Deanna Wells-Scott and Charlotte Germain

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.

Tuesdays at 2PM in 241B

 

Interact Club

Gregg Finale

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

Thursdays at 2PM in Room 157C

 

Jazz Band

Katie McCarthy

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

Mondays 2-3pm

 

Leo Club

TBD

To provide the youth of AHS with Leadership, Experience, and Opportunities to which they contribute and participate individually and collectively as model members of the local, national, and international community.

LMC Monday nights 2x a month from 6-8PM.

 

Marching Band

Katie McCarthy

The Attleboro High School Marching Band performs at football games, rallies, and competes throughout the year. Please see Mrs. McCarthy for more information

Tuesdays at 4:00-6:00pm in 182E

Mock Trial

Tobey Reed

As part of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Mock Trial program, we will prepare for a case that we will adjudicate at three different trials against local teams in hopes of competing statewide.

Tuesdays at 2PM in 146C

Model UN

TBD

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

TBD

National Art Honor Society

Lindsay Nygaard

Students will participate in and organize art related activities inside and outside of the AHS community

Thursdays at 2PM in the Art room. Dates TBD.

National Honor Society

Angela Larson

Elected students conduct fundraisers and complete 40+ hours of community service. Students must show character, leadership, service and have strong academic standing with a GPA of 90 or above.

NHS eboard meets on Mondays in SAO

2-3pm

See Ms. Larson for full meeting details.

Percussion Ensemble

Katie McCarthy

Musicians in this ensemble perform a variety of music on the drums and in the AHS music department concerts.

Fridays 2-3pm

Project Unite

Sarah Faulkner

Project Unite is a club dedicated to planning events for the Special Olympics

Mondays at 6:30PM in 219

*Coordinators only

Robotics Club

Keri McInnis and Gwen Garrage

To learn the basics of robotics, 3D modelling and programming in order to participate in local competitions.

Mondays 2-3pm in Room 172E (by the gym) plus Fridays as needed for competition preparation

Select Choir

Gary Hyman

This graded “after-school class” earns participants 2.5 credits; and is for experienced singers who would like to sing more challenging music (typically, but not limited to jazz & pop styles)

Auditions will be held at the end0 of September/Early October.

Safe Space Club

Lisa Crisafulli

Come to a safe space to discuss different topics each week including, stress, mental health issues, and more.

TBD- See Ms. Crisafulli if interested

SkillsUSA

Tammy Kirsch and Cory Rugg

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

Wednesdays at 2PM in the Bistro

Ski and Snowboard Club

Emily Goyette

Provide an opportunity for students to participate in trips to Wachusett Mountain for skiing and snowboarding as well as other trips.

TBD

Spring Musical

Pete Tarsi, Katie McCarthy, and Gary Hyman

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 a combination of roles: singing, dancing, speaking.We also use backstage 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, and Challenge.

Thursdays at 7PM-9PM in B2 Cafeteria

Tri M Music Honor Society

Katie McCarthy

National Honor Society for Music students that requires an audition and community service hours to apply

First Tuesday of the month 2-3pm

Yearbook

Nancy Kreiger and Karen Spina

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

Tuesdays at 2PM in the LMC

 

What should I do if I’m interested in starting a club that is not listed above?

If you are interested in starting a club, the process is simple. Stop by the Student Activities Office to talk to Mrs. Rego for more information or send an email to krego@attleboroschools.com.

 

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