Week 4 - Extra Curricular Activities

CHS-Clubs and Organizations
Warrior Wednesday
Shows you
• Have
to put on
Learn new
Become a
Time will
go by
Why should you join a club?
Club Recruitment Fair
August 30th
During All Lunches
Academic Clubs
Academic Bowl Team
• The Academic Bowl Team is
comprised of serious scholars
who desire to learn and
understand World Civilization.
Specialists in science,
mathematics, history, geography,
art and architecture, music,
mythology, religion, and
literature hone their skills in
order to compete against scholars
from both private and public
• Advisor: Ms. Smith
Astronomy Club
• To encourage Student interest
in learning more
about Astronomy, Space
Exploration and the Universe.
After-school meetings, field
trips to Space-related
locations, educational
astronomy dvds, activities
using our Club telescope
including evening Star
Parties, Internet presentations
on Astronomy, etc.
• Advisor: Ms. Seng
Book Club
• The book club of Cherokee
High School, is dedicated to
building a strong and lasting
reading community by
providing students of
Cherokee High School with
the opportunity to read
young adult literature and
discuss the reading with
friends and teachers.
• Advisors: Mr. Jolley; Ms.
Coury; Ms. Townsend
Helen Ruffin Reading
Bowl Team
• The Reading Bowl Team is a
competitive reading team of
about 10 students. It is similar
to an Academic Bowl
Team. The team members read
and become experts on 3 or 4
books. All 20 books in the
competitions are from the
current year’s list of Georgia
Peach Teen Book Award list.
Great Books for all to read! At
the competitions the team
members answer questions on
the books, with speed of
buzzing- in being critical.
• Advisors: Ms. Anderegg, Ms.
Latin Club
• The Cherokee High School Latin
Club invites Latin students who
want to increase their knowledge
of Roman culture to join the fun.
Each year we go to Fall Forum
to compete and have fellowship
with other Latin students from
Georgia. At Christmas we sing
Christmas carols to senior
citizens in Canton. The highlight
of the year is the State Latin
Convention at Rock Eagle in
April, a wonderful event with
1200 other Latin scholars from
all parts of Georgia.
• Advisor: Mr. Lange
French Club
Sign Language Club
Chieftan Staff
Sequoyah Yearbook
• Taken as class
• Designs & produces The
Chieftan newspaper
• Taken as class
• Designs & produces the
• Advisor: Mr. Jolley
• Advisor: Mrs. Collins
National Honor
• To promote the ideals of
academic achievement,
character, service and
leadership among
secondary school
• Advisors: Ms. Hemphill;
Ms. Hall
Science Olympiad
• The Science Olympiad is an
international nonprofit
organization devoted to
improving the quality of
science education,
increasing student interest
in science and providing
recognition for outstanding
achievement in science
education by both students
and teachers.
• Advisor: Mr. Lowery
Spanish Club
Spanish Honor Society
• Advisors: Mr. Huller &
Ms. Galindez
• To recognize high
achievement in Spanish.
The society will be active
mainly as a service
organization to the
Foreign Language
Department. Some
activities include tutoring,
aiding Spanish teachers,
hostesses, and hosts for
special school events.
• Advisor: Ms. Connolly
Mayors Youth Design
• Advisor: Ms. Robertson
• This program is designed to help
young adults become better
citizens for America. Cadets are
involved in building relationships
with the local community through
service projects (visit nursing
home, highway cleanups, direct
traffic at football games, etc); cocurricular activities (parades, color
guard presentations, etc) and
curriculum in action (field trips,
military aircraft familiarization,
• Advisors: Lt. Col Eddy Stanfill,
Chief Alicia Price
FBLA - Future Business
Leaders or America
Georgia FBLA is a nonprofit student
organization committed to preparing today's
students for success in business leadership.
With over 50 years of experience, Georgia
FBLA is the premiere organization for
student leaders. FBLA is an important
partner in the success of school-to-work
programs, business education curriculums,
and student leadership development. FBLA
is recognized by the U.S. Departments of
Education and Labor as an integral part of a
co-curricular approach to business and
leadership education. The FBLA mission is
to bring business and education together in a
positive working relationship through
innovative leadership and career
development programs.
Advisors: Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Thornton
FCCLA - Family, Career,
Community Leaders of America
• FCCLA is the only school
student organization with the
family as its central focus. This
club is open to all current and
former Family and Consumer
Science students. FCCLA
provides students with the
opportunity to participate in
community and leadership
activities, such as the Festival of
Trees, MUST Ministries, March
of Dimes and volunteering at the
Cherokee Family Violence
Center and local nursing homes.
• Advisors: Ms. McCrary, Mrs.
FFA - Future Farmers of
• To make a positive
difference in the lives of
students by developing
their potential for premier
leadership, personal
growth and career success
through agricultural
• Advisor: Ms.
• SkillsUSA is a
partnership of students,
teachers and industry
representatives working
together to ensure
America has a skilled
work force. It helps each
student excel.
• Advisors: Mr.O'Bryant,
Mr. Hagan, Mr. Zoeckler,
Nurse Argonis-Basto
Video Club
• The Video Club is open to students in grades 10 – 12
that are currently enrolled in any level of Video
Production or have completed Intro to Video
Production A. Students interested in film making and
videotaping are encouraged to participate. Students
who have completed at least two levels of Video
Production will have access to the video equipment to
tape special events and to learn more about video
production. Some of the projects include the
production of the Video Yearbook, Athletic events, or
the taping of special events with permission of the
• Advisors: Mr. Stewart & Ms. Stewart
Service Clubs
Advisors: Ms. Smith, Ms.
Coffee, Ms. Gay, Mr. Manzella
Advisors: Ms. Uboh
Action Club
Advisors: Mrs. Hall
Advisors: Ms. Hendrix
Advisors: Ms. Hendrix, Mr.
Red Cross Club
The Red Cross Club is open to all students. The club provides
opportunities for young people to make a difference for others.
Activities in which club members will be involved are the bi - yearly
blood drives, creating a school chest, and membership campaign to
help local children through the Red Cross. The members help with
sign up, and during the drive - organization, running the canteen and
assisting those giving blood. Last year we collected over 300 useable
pints of blood. Enough to help 900 individuals.
Advisors: Col. Stanfill, Chief Price, Ms. Martin, Ms. Hendrix
Fine Arts Clubs
Advisors: Ms. Lambert, Ms.
Advisors: Ms. Taylor
CHS Camerata
National Art
Honor Society
Advisor: Mr. Ellis
Advisors: Ms. Lambert, Ms.
Meetings: 2nd Tuesday, Room
Social Clubs
• Exists to support CHS
outside events
• Membership has its
• Dues are $20
• Advisors: Mr. Sosebee,
Mrs. Pannell
• Membership has its
• T-shirt
• Free admission to
Tuesday & Thursday
events (Except
Creekview football
• Tailgating & cookouts
Warrior Tribe Spirit Club
Anime Club
Coach McDonough
CHS Quidditch Club
Coach Jones
CHS Cubers Club
Mrs. Seng
FCA - Fellowship of
Christian Athletes
Mr. Basso
Friday 7:30 am in room
First Priority
Mr. Lowery, Ms. Coury
Wed, 7:30 am in room
See Advisor for Details
Friends Club
Ms. Fuller, Ms. Brogdon, 1st Tu/month 3:30 - 4:30
Ms. Harris
pm, Room 318
Gay/Straight Alliance
Coach Jones
Girls’ Bible Study
Mrs. Baxter
Wed. 8:00 a.m.
Homeless Pet Club
Ms. Thomas
Ultimate Frisbee
Ms. Waldrup
Fri. 3:45
See Advisor for Details
• Exercise your democratic right by voting for the
2012-13 Student Government representatives.
• Each grade level will elect a President, Vice
President, Treasurer, and Secretary as well as class
• Teachers please click this link to view the campaign
videos for your homeroom’s grade level. (There
will not be a video for every candidate)
SGA Elections
• Voting starts today. The voting window will close
Friday, August 31 at Midnight. You may only vote
• Students must log on to Moodle in order to cast
their ballots for SGA class officers & representatives.
There may only be one person running for a
position. That person will hold that office.
SGA Elections Begin

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