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High School Extra Curricular Activities

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Art Club Provides recreation and enrichment, including related field trips for students interested in art. Tuesday's at 2:30 Mrs. Morais
Book Club Book Club actively discusses, promotes and explores YA books, literary trends, new releases, series, authors' writing style and craft as well as ideas and theories about literature. We also plan celebrations for book releases, community events and to promote reading. Announced to members Mrs. Lombardo
Drama Club Tech Crew Design lighting and sound for the Minisink Valley High School Drama Club After school, during drama productions Jessica Grasso
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Future Business Leaders of America is a non-profit education association of students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields in operation since 1942. The FBLA mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Wednesdays 2:30 PM Room 119 S. Johnson
Film Society The Film Society is a student created/run club that serves as a creative outlet for students who love to make and discuss films. At least once a month, students can get together to discuss their craft and showcase their work in an assigned genre. The Society is a supportive and encouraging community that fosters creativity and collaboration. Meetings announced via PA Jon Bond
GSA The Gay-Straight Alliance is a student-run club, which provides a safe space for students to meet, support each other, and work together to build bridges and end discrimination and bullying. The three main functions are Support, Socialization, and Activism. The GSA creates a safe space for ALL students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. Meets Wednesday's room 235 at 2:30. Mrs. Broas room 201B & Mr. Gunn room 235.
Key Club Key Club is an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. Motto: Caring-Our way of life. Meetings on Thursdays 2:30p until 3:15p Jodi VanDervoort
Literary Magazine A student run activity where students will create a literary magazine highlighting the artistic pursuits submitted by their peers. Meetings are announced via PA and Google Classroom. Announced to members Karen Hooper
Men’s ensemble A male vocal group that sings at all chorus concerts and competitions. Members do not need to be in chorus Meetings announced to members Victor Izzo
National Honor Society NHS members are students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service Meetings announced directly to members Joseph Horner and Alsyon Luscher
Tech Club Students have the opportunity to create projects using industry standard equipment and resources. They may also utilize club time to continue working on in class activities. The Tech Club overseas multiple events such as: The Cardboard Boat Race and the Chris Corwin Memorial Scholarship Car Show. Announced via PA. Mr. Mink & Mr. Tuthill

JROTC

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JROTC LEAD Team Leadership Education Aptitude Drill is a challenging academic competition using interactive Classroom Performance System computer technology. Four local high school JROTC units host this competition, once every other month, and a traveling trophy is the winner's prize. M/W 2:30- 3:30 LTC Jon Brooks & CSM Van Wagner
JROTC Drill Team Exercises and competitions in precision movements, inspections and exhibition drills. Tuesday 2:30- 5:00 PM LTC Brooks
JROTC Color Guard Serve as an Honor Guard for district and community events displaying the American Flag. Monday 2:3- 3:30 PM CSM Van Wagner
JROTC Adventure Raider Engage in challenging physical Adventure activities and trips during the school year. Thursday 2:30- 5:00 PM CSM Van Wagner
Military Police Community service branch of JROTC which serves the district and community with parking, security, programs and directions assistance. Wednesday 2:30 - 3:30 PM LTC Brooks

Athletics

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Aquatics

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Fall

Sport Varsity Junior Varsity Modified
Football x x x
Boys Soccer x x x
Girls Soccer x x x
Girls Tennis x x
Mixed Cross Country x x
Girls Volleyball x x x
Football Cheerleading x x
Girls Swimming/Diving x

Winter

Sport Varsity Junior Varsity Modified
Basketball Cheerleading x x
Mixed Indoor Track x
Boys Swimming/Diving x
Wrestling x x x
Girls Basketball x x x
Boys Basketball x x x
Mat Maids x

Spring

Sport Varsity Junior Varsity Modified
Baseball x x x
Boys Tennis x x
Mixed Track & Field x x
Softball x x x
Boys Golf x
Girls Golf x
Boys Lacrosse x x x
Girls Lacrosse x x x