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Revised September, 2012 Club and Organization Informational Handbook ACTIVITIES OFFICE/SHARK SHOP Students interested in forming a club or want more information about activities can come to the ASB office or the Shark Shop for information. You can also contact the Activities office at 951.739.5611 SPORTS Students who are interested in joining a sport team must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and have clearance through Athletics. For more information, please contact the Athletic Office at 951.739.5612. Fall Sports Football Mr. Jeff Steinberg Cross Country Mr. Steve Hernandez Golf (Girls) Mr. John Hamilton Tennis (Girls) Mr. Jose Pereya Volleyball (Girls) Mr. Arlen Elvik Ms. Kristen Matsumoto USS Water Polo (Boys) Mr. Scott Penttila Pep Squad Mr. Kenny Torres Hip Hop Mrs. Kim Mead Dance Team Ms. Lisa Pecoy Mr. Kenny Torres Winter Sports Basketball (Boys) Mr. David Humphreys Basketball (Girls) Mr. David Wolf Soccer (Boys) Mr. Rogelio Padilla Mr. Omar Mayen Soccer (Girls) Mr. Mike Fleming Mrs. Erica Holguin- Irwin Water Polo (Girls) Mr. Ty Hudson Wrestling Mr. Steven Glassy Mr. Brian O’Hara Spring Sports Baseball Mr. Ty DeTrinidad Golf (Boys) Mr. John Lane Softball Mr. John Perez Swimming Mr. Trevor Cleveland Gym Track Mr. Kevin Treischel Tennis (Boys) Mr. Jose Pereyra Volleyball (Boys) Mr. Arlen Elvik CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS And We Speak Advisor: Mrs. Jessie Fuller Who may attend: Anyone and everyone When activities take place: Varies Description: The goal of And We Speak is to speak for those who can’t speak for themselves, involving issues such as hunger and homelessness. We hope to raise awareness and educate the student body on ways that we all can be a part of creating positive change. For more information: See Mrs. Fuller in F203.

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  • Revised September, 2012

    Club and Organization Informational Handbook

    ACTIVITIES OFFICE/SHARK SHOP

    Students interested in forming a club or want more information about activities can come to the

    ASB office or the Shark Shop for information. You can also contact the Activities office at

    951.739.5611

    SPORTS

    Students who are interested in joining a sport team must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and have

    clearance through Athletics. For more information, please contact the Athletic Office at

    951.739.5612.

    Fall Sports

    Football Mr. Jeff Steinberg

    Cross Country Mr. Steve Hernandez

    Golf (Girls) Mr. John Hamilton

    Tennis (Girls) Mr. Jose Pereya

    Volleyball (Girls) Mr. Arlen Elvik

    Ms. Kristen Matsumoto

    USS

    Water Polo (Boys) Mr. Scott Penttila

    Pep Squad Mr. Kenny Torres

    Hip Hop Mrs. Kim Mead

    Dance Team Ms. Lisa Pecoy

    Mr. Kenny Torres

    Winter Sports

    Basketball (Boys) Mr. David Humphreys

    Basketball (Girls) Mr. David Wolf

    Soccer (Boys) Mr. Rogelio Padilla

    Mr. Omar Mayen

    Soccer (Girls) Mr. Mike Fleming

    Mrs. Erica Holguin-

    Irwin

    Water Polo (Girls) Mr. Ty Hudson

    Wrestling Mr. Steven Glassy

    Mr. Brian OHara

    Spring Sports

    Baseball Mr. Ty DeTrinidad

    Golf (Boys) Mr. John Lane

    Softball Mr. John Perez

    Swimming Mr. Trevor

    Cleveland Gym

    Track Mr. Kevin Treischel

    Tennis (Boys) Mr. Jose Pereyra

    Volleyball (Boys) Mr. Arlen Elvik

    CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS

    And We Speak

    Advisor: Mrs. Jessie Fuller

    Who may attend: Anyone and everyone

    When activities take place: Varies

    Description: The goal of And We Speak is to speak for those who cant speak for themselves,

    involving issues such as hunger and homelessness. We hope to raise awareness and educate the

    student body on ways that we all can be a part of creating positive change.

    For more information: See Mrs. Fuller in F203.

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    Anime Club Advisor: Ms. Leandra Wright

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in learning about Anime Japanese Art

    For more information: See Mrs. Wright in F103.

    Air Force JROTC

    Advisor: MSgt Al Banks

    Meetings: 1st Tuesday of each month

    Who may attend: All cadets and parents of cadets

    When activities take place: Various times throughout the school year.

    Description: Air Force JROTC is designed to build better citizens of America. We stress

    discipline.

    For more information: Contact any cadet, or MSgt Banks and MSgt Swafford in T118

    Arab Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Linda Abuah

    Meetings: Mondays after school

    Who may attend: Everyone is welcome

    Club Description: Arab club is a club to come and learn about different cultures, eat some

    food, take trips, make some friends and have fun.

    For more information: See Mrs. Abuah in room E210.

    Animation Club Meetings: First lunch in D106 Thursday

    Who may attend: anyone

    AVID

    Advisor: Mr. Carlos Guillen

    Who may attend: Students who want to go to college, demonstrate good behavior in school, and

    maintain at least a C average in school.

    When activities take place: AVID is a class offered at your school, you would take it during

    one of your 6 periods.

    Description: The purpose of this program is to help students with the college application

    process, scholarship search, SAT and other testing, provide tutoring, work on writing, and

    expose students to colleges through fieldtrips and other activities.

    For more information: Visit www.avidonline.org or Mr. Guillen in F204.

    Ballet Folklorio

    Advisor: Dr. Michael Ayala

    Best Buddies

    Advisor: Mrs.Kristina Hosko

    Meetings: Every other Tuesday of the month.

    Who may attend: Students with disabilities and students who are interested in creating

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    friendships with their peers with disabilities.

    When activities take place: Monthly and on your own.

    Description: BB is a club that pairs a general education student with a student with a disability

    in a 1:1 friendship. The pairs meet as a club and are expected to spend time with each other both

    inside and outside of school.

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Hosko in C208 or visit their website at

    www. Bestbuddies.org.

    Black Student Union (BSU)

    Advisor: Mr. Mel Campbell and Mrs. Tara Knight

    Meetings: Wednesday and/or Fridays at lunch.

    Who may attend: Anyone and everyone interested in African American culture.

    When activities take place: They take place mostly during lunch with several field trips

    throughout the course of the year

    Description: BSU seeks to: Bring African American students together for cultural education and

    enrichment. Bridge cultural gaps that exist among campus ethnic groups in order to promote

    awareness, understanding, and sensitivity. Stimulate interest in higher education. Invite students

    to take an active role in the constructive development of our campus and city community.

    For more information: Mr. Campbell in F 116.

    Book Society

    Advisor: Mrs. Harris

    Meetings: Thursday, 2nd lunch in F212

    Description: A time and place to enjoy reading and socializing with other readers. Bring a book

    you have enjoyed reading and are willing to lend to someone else.

    Break-dance

    Advisor: Mrs. Margot Devit

    Meetings: Wednesday, afterschool in D212

    Who may attend: Anyone

    Description: Break dancing is our main activity. We work together to build skills, meet new

    people and improve our dancing.

    For more information:

    CTE-ROP (Career Technical Education) Advisor: Ms. Debbie Spencer- ROP Student Services

    Meetings: On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in A131

    Who may attend: Classes are open to 11th and 12th grade students.

    When activities take place: Enrollment is every semester

    Description: CTE-ROP allows students to take classes for High School credits as they learn and

    experience skills in over 40 career areas.

    For more information: Email Ms. Spencer at [email protected] or call 951-826-6860

    Choir

    Advisor: Mrs. Karen Garrett

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    Meetings: 2nd Lunch

    Who may attend: If you belong to one of Santiagos Fine Choirs

    When activities take place: During lunch, after school, and on the weekends

    Description: For anyone who loves to sing and listen. We attend concerts and put on shows.

    For more information: Visit www.santiagochoir.com or contact Mrs. Garret in B130.

    Catholic Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Lori Love

    Meetings: Every other Wednesday in C106.

    Who may attend: Anyone and everyone interested in the Catholic religion.

    When activities take place: During meetings with some special events on other occasions.

    Description: Student driven activities but can include faith sharing, prayer, fundraising for

    charitable functions, and generally a place to learn more about the Catholic faith and beliefs.

    For more Information: Mrs. Love in C106 or [email protected]

    The Cinematography Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Prem Bovie-Ware

    Meetings: By bulletin notice

    Who may attend: Involved, responsible citizens with integrity, maturity and self-motivation.

    When activities take place: After school and some school events.

    Description: An extension of Shark TV. Participation & involvement that continues throughout

    the year may assist in gaining entrance to STV as a junior. Upper classmen who dont have

    room in their schedule may also enjoy participating.

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Bovie-Ware in B201 or [email protected]

    Cooking Club

    Advisors: Nadia Sandoval (C-204), Amy Theune (D-204), Ester Myers (T107), and Stephanie Sachs Meetings: Every other Monday after school in room C-204 Cooking Days: Usually on Tuesdays & Wednesdays after school Who may attend: Members (students can become members at the first two meetings of each semester) Description: Cooking Club is designed to teach and assist students in cooking and baking. Students will learn basic culinary techniques as well as creating and modifying recipes.

    CSF (California Scholastic Federation)

    Advisor: Mr. Jeff Luscher

    Who may attend: Students who meet the CSF requirements. Students must apply every

    semester. Students must demonstrate high academic achievement and meet criteria as set by the

    state CSF organization. Students who are eligible may earn the distinction of Seal bearer at

    graduation and will be specially recognized with a seal on their diploma.

    When activities take place: During school and also outside of school hours.

    Description: CSF exists to promote and recognize high standards of scholarship, service and

    citizenship on the part of students in California

    For more Information: See Mr. Luscher in D207.

    mailto:[email protected]

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    E.A.R.T.H Academy

    A four year school within a school designed to give students the benefits of a small school

    where students and teachers can work together focusing on the issues and demands of the 21st

    century. The college-prep curriculum meets state standards while focusing on the three facets of

    sustainability environmental awareness, social justice, and responsible economic development.

    Students will make connections to the real world through field trips, community service,

    internships and advocacy.

    For more information: See Mr. Pitts in C102

    EAC (Ethnic Advisory Council)

    Advisor: Mr. Mel Campbell

    Meetings: 3rd Period

    Who may attend: Members that are appointed

    When activities take place: Throughout the year.

    Description: Promote diversity by breaking down barriers and spreading cultural knowledge in

    order to achieve a more tolerant student population.

    For more information: Contact the Activities

    Office or Mr. Campbell in F116.

    team EARTH (Environmental Awareness: Reduce the Harm)

    Advisors: Mr. Ken Pitts, Ms. Katherine Zook, Miss DeAnna Murillo

    Meetings: Alternating Thursdays, afterschool in room D108

    Who may attend: This is an environmental club for ALL students.

    When activities take place: After school or weekends

    Description: The purpose of team EARTH is to challenge and inspire people to make choices

    and lifestyle changes to reduce the harm being done to our planets life sustaining ecosystems.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Pitts in C107 or [email protected] or Ms. Zook in

    D101 or at [email protected] or Miss Murillo in room D108 or [email protected]

    or visit the website: http://reducetheharm.org

    French Club

    Advisor: Ms. Audrey Smith

    Meetings: Usually meet twice a month after school in D201.

    Who may attend: All are welcome to join! You dont have to be enrolled in French class to be

    in the club.

    When activities take place: After School

    Description: French club is for students interested in learning about and celebrating French

    culture. Join us for cheese tasting, Noel and Mardi Gras celebrations and petanque tournaments.

    For more information: See Ms. Smith in D201

    Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)

    mailto:[email protected]:[email protected]:[email protected]://reducetheharm.org/

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    Advisor: Ms. Sherry Fulcher

    Meetings: Meetings are predominately two times per month on Wednesdays or Thursdays after

    school (usually every other Wednesday or Thursday). Note: some months with holidays (i.e.

    November and December) will only have one member meeting. Meetings are always after school

    and will be in F106.

    Who may attend: Any student interested in learning about leadership and business as well as

    students who want to participate in community service, conferences, networking opportunities

    and fun events. FBLA members have the opportunity to participate in a variety of competitive

    events, ranging from accounting and business law, technology concepts and network design, to

    impromptu speaking, job interview, and business plan. Additionally, members may gain

    recognition through participation in individual achievements programs such as the California

    Business Achievements Awards. FBLA competition and achievement programs allow students

    to validate their classroom learning, demonstrate competency proficiencies, and develop career

    and leadership skills. Students also have availability to run for officer positions for Santiago

    Chapter Officer Positions, Inland Section Officer Positions and/or State Officer Positions. These

    positions are available in the spring for nominations.

    When activities take place: Meetings take place after school. Students can also join a

    committee and those meetings are usually during the day. Many of the events and conferences

    are on the weekends and may require travel.

    Description: California FBLA is a nonprofit organization committed to preparing todays

    students for success in business leadership and is an important partner in the success of school-

    to-work programs, business education curriculums, and student leadership development.

    California FBLA in an affiliate of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lamda, Inc. The

    FBLA concepts have been recognized by the U.S. Departments of Education and Labor as an

    integral part of a co-curricular approach to business and leadership education.

    For more information: see Ms. Fulcher in F106 [email protected] . Announcements

    will be in the bulletin as a reminder. The websites for FBLA are www.cafbla.org (for the

    California State Website) and http://www.fbla-pbl.org for the national website. This website has

    an informational video.

    The Fashion Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Carlotta Maggi

    Meetings: Tuesdays during 1st lunch in C101. Two times a moth after school on Thursdays.

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in fashion.

    When activities take place: On and Off Campus

    Description: Fashion Club is an official FIDM sponsored club as of 2011!!! Students interested

    in fashion design, sewing, modeling, and visual communication as well as fashion shows should

    attend. Open to all students!

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Maggi in C101.

    Gay-Straight Alliance

    Advisor: Mr. Brent Kliss

    Meetings: Tuesday, after school in E108(Lunch meetings TBA)

    mailto:[email protected]://www.cafbla.org/http://www.fbla-pbl.org/

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    Who may attend: All are welcome

    When activities take place: After School

    Description: Gay-Straight Alliance is open to all students. Its goal/focus is to offer a safe place

    for LGBTS students to meet and connect with supportive peers. GSA hopes to promote diversity

    and tolerance on campus.

    For more information: See Mr. Kliss in E108

    or just stop by and join a meeting!

    Huno Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Maria Rincon-Torres

    Meetings: Every Friday. Listen to announcements

    Who may attend: Anyone

    When activities take place: During lunch time and after school as needed

    Description: Hispanic and Latino students dedicated to promote the Hispanic culture on campus

    and provide students with opportunities to grow academically and personally through the

    exposure of college, motivational speakers, conferences and scholarship.

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Rincon-Torres in H104

    In The Loop

    Advisor: Ms. Laura Drum

    Meetings: Every Tuesday during 1st and 2nd lunch in L106

    Who may attend: Anyone

    When Activities take place: Games; fundraising; "hang-out spot"

    Description: Connecting students of all languages

    For more information: Contact Ms. Drum in L106.

    Indo-Pak

    Advisor: Mr. Jim LeDuc

    Meetings: TBA

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in Indian and Pakistan culture and tradition.

    When activities take place: We participate in activities such as the multi-cultural, food fair, and

    winter carnival.

    Description: We hang out and get to know each other.

    For more information: Contact Mr. LeDuc

    Invisible Children

    Advisor: Mrs. Jessie Fuller

    Meetings: Thursdays after school in F203

    Who may attend: Anyone & Everyone

    When activities take place: Various events take place all throughout the year.

    Description: The goal of the club is to collect books and money, as well as raise awareness to

    help provide schooling in Uganda, Africa. Students are a part of making a difference halfway

    across the world.

    For more information: Visit Mrs. Fuller in F 203.

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    www.invisiblechildren.com

    Interact Club

    Interact Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Sandy Sullivan

    Meetings: Tuesdays 3pm-4pm in F211

    Who may attend: Interact is Rotary Internationals service club for young people ages 12 to 18.

    Interact clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary clubs, which provide support and guidance, but

    they are self-governing and self-supporting. Santiago Interact is sponsored by the Corona Rotary

    Noon Club. Each year, Interact clubs complete community service projects. Through these

    efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendships with local and overseas clubs and learn the

    importance of

    Developing leadership skills and personal integrity

    Demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others

    Understanding the value of individual responsibility and hard work

    Advancing international understanding and goodwill

    When activities take place: Various times. October 8th

    and 9th

    Interact students will be tour

    guides for the 4th

    grade students in the CNUSD at the World Kindness Youth Conference.

    For more information: See Mrs. Sullivan in Upper Student Services or check out our Facebook

    page: Santiago Interact

    Junior State of America (JSA)

    Advisor: Ms. Julie Cooley

    Meetings: Wednesdays after school

    Who may attend: Anyone who is interested in political, economic, and social issues

    When activities take place: Wednesdays after school in F209.

    Description: JSA allows for all exchange of ideas through student debates, thought talks and

    weekend conventions that focus on political issues and controversial issues facing our world

    today. We are a national, non-partisan organization (not affiliated with one political party), that

    was founded in 1934. JSA helps develop public speaking skills and awareness of the American

    political process. Leadership opportunities, conventions, and summer institutes are available.

    Many national, state, and local politicians are JSA alumni!

    For more information: Visit www.socaljsa.org

    Key Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Debbie Burris

    Meetings: Last Monday of every month in F213

    Who may attend: Anybody and everyone but you must commit to the community service

    activities.

    When activities take place: After school

    http://www.socaljsa.org/

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    Description: Key Club is the oldest high school service organization in the United States.

    For more Information: Mrs. Burris in F213 santiagokeyclub.tumblr

    Link Crew

    Advisor: Mr. William Crawford

    Meetings: Daily during class time and outside of class as needed.

    Who may attend: Link Crew leaders (must be in 10th

    , 11th or 12th grade)

    When activities take place: During summer registration and throughout the school year.

    Description: Link Crew is a transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel

    comfortable through the 1st year of their high school experience. Link Crew Leaders are

    mentors for the freshman students.

    For more information: Contact Mr. William Crawford in L107.

    Literary Magazine Advisor: Mr. Tim Perez

    Meetings: Thursdays after school in E203

    Who may attend: All are welcome! Literary Magazine is looking to recruit freshmen and

    sophomore students for leadership opportunities.

    When activities take place: After school

    Description: Every year Lit. Mag collects submissions from the student population, evaluates

    the work, and creates a literary magazine that is published and sold to the student body. Literary

    Magazine is a place for anyone with artistic skills and interests. Photography, drawings,

    paintings, song lyrics, poems, short stories, essays, etc. are all welcome for submissions. Help

    create a lasting publication that reflects the Santiago High School student body.

    For more Information: Visit Mr. Perez in E203.

    Make-A-Wish Advisor: Susie Peters

    Meetings: Thursdays after school in C108

    Who may attend: Anyone who is interested in making a difference in the lives of children.

    When activities take place: After school and occasional evening fund raisers

    Description: Make-A-Wish Club raises money to donate to fill the last wish of a dying or

    critically ill child.

    For more Information: Visit Mrs. Peters in C108

    Making of the American Mind

    Advisor: Mr. Tim Tuttle and Ms. Melissa Stringer

    Who may attend: Interested Juniors enrolled in the class. Combination of American Literature

    & American History.

    When activities take place: 3rd & 4th period.

    Description: An integrated classroom experience which investigates the events, people and

    documents that have shaped American thought.

    For more information: Contact your counselor or Mr. Tuttle in K109 or Ms. Stringer in K110.

    Mock Trial Advisor: Ms. Paula Tilton & Mrs. Winde Sciarra

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    Meetings: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm-8pm.

    Who may attend: Anyone who is interested in debate, acting or the law.

    When activities take place: After school from 6pm-8pm. Competitions are during the months

    of February and March with some competitions on Saturdays.

    Description: This is an academically competitive team that uses debate, the rules of court and

    law.

    For more Information: Contact Ms. Tilton in E208 and Mrs. Sciarra in E105.

    National Honors Society

    Advisor: Ms. Melissa Stringer

    Meetings: TBA

    Who may attend: Juniors and seniors who meet the NHS requirements (3.5 GPA, 40 hrs of

    community service, leadership, and character)

    When activities take place: As arranged by officers

    Description: Foundation to recognize outstanding high school achievement, leadership and

    service.

    For more information: Visit www.NHS.us or Ms. Stringer in K110.

    Oceanography

    Advisor: Mr. Gerry Nogales & Mr. David Lofdahl

    Meetings: In C103 during lunch or after school

    Who may attend: Students who are currently enrolled in an Oceanography class.

    When activities take place: During School.

    Description: This club is intended for Oceanography students interested in learning more about

    oceanography related topics.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Nogales in C102.

    Pacific Asian Club

    Advisor: Mrs. Dolly Bergen & Mrs. Donna Glenn

    Meetings: TBA, Listen to the announcements.

    Who may attend: Anyone who is interested.

    When activities take place: Throughout the year.

    For more information: Mrs. Bergen in F105.

    Peer Counseling

    Advisor: Mr. Randy Ibbetson

    Meetings: Daily during class time and outside of class as needed.

    Who may attend: Peer counselors who are in the Peer Counseling class

    When activities take place: Throughout the year.

    Description: Our goal is to train students to be empathetic and good listeners who can help

    others through difficult periods in their lives.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Ibbetson in D202

    Ping Pong Club

    http://www.nhs.us/

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    Advisor: Mr. Mel Campbell

    Meetings: Tuesdays 2nd lunch in F116 and other times TBA

    Who may attend: Anyone

    When activities take place: Tuesdays 2nd lunch and other times TBA.

    Club Description: A place to have fun, meet people and play ping pong.

    For more information: See Mr. Campbell in F116

    Poets Society Advisor: Lori Weybright

    Meetings: Club will meet all NON-PLC Mondays at 3pm in room E202

    Who may attend: Any student interested in learning about poetry, sharing their own poetry, or

    honing their craft as a poet is welcome to attend the gatherings.

    When activities take place: No activities planned at this time aside from the regular meetings

    Description: Poets Society provides a comfortable setting where students can share their poetry and inspire

    each other to grow in their approach to writing and sharing poetry.

    For more Information: Lori Weybright E202 [email protected]

    Pokmon

    Advisor: Ms. Anna Barioni

    Meetings: Thursday during second lunch

    Who May Attend: Anyone

    When activities take place: Varies

    Club Description: The purpose of the Pokmon Club is to enable fans and players of Pokmon

    to congregate and discuss upcoming and past events and games as well as exchange tips amongst

    players.

    For more information: Mrs. Barioni in T123.

    Red Cross Club

    Advisor: Ms. Jemi Hessler

    Meetings: Every other Thursday afterschool in H105.

    Who may attend: Anyone

    When activities take place: during and after school

    Description: We help with the school blood drive, do community service and plan activities to

    help out other countries that have faced disasters.

    For more information: redcross.org

    Rock Solid

    Advisor: Mr. Arlen Elvik

    Meetings: Tuesdays 1st lunch in T111, 2nd lunch in F208.

    Who may attend: Anyone and everyone interested in the Christian religion.

    When activities take place: During meetings with some special events on other occasions.

    mailto:[email protected]

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    Description: To promote, encourage students in the Christian walk. Instruct and give

    opportunity for fellowship.

    For more Information: Mr. Elvik in F208

    Pep Squad

    Advisor: Ms. Diecks

    Meetings: 6th Period class and after school on Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays

    Who may attend: Tryouts for the pep squad are in May of every year.

    When activities take place: Pep members cheer at all sports and compete in Jan-April

    Description: Pep squad members are important members on this campus that increase school

    spirit through game appearances, pep rally performances and other events.

    Skull Island (Honors Program)

    Advisor: Mrs. Debbi Burris, Mrs. Megan Rubi-Smith, Mrs. Caitlin Spivey and Mr. Tim Tuttle

    Meetings: During class (they have 4 classes together)

    Who may attend: Students within the Skull Island program.

    When activities take place: During class and field trips are during school and occasionally on

    Saturdays.

    Description: An honors program where students work collaboratively on a six-week project in

    the spring. Students are enrolled in the same Honors classes for Geometry, Language Arts,

    Biology & World History (1-4th period).

    For more information: Contact your counselor or Mrs. Burris (F213), Mrs. Rubi-Smith

    (D206), Mrs. Spivey (K101) or Mr. Tuttle (K109).

    Santiago High School Color Guard

    Advisor: Mr. Kris Parish

    Who may attend: Students must tryout in May/June to participate.

    When activities will take place: School functions, parades and competitions.

    Description: Color Guard is an auxiliary unit of the band. Color Guard participates in school

    activities as well as performs with the band. 2nd semester consists of indoor competitions

    between schools.

    For more information: See Mr. Parish in B131

    Santiago High School Theatre

    Advisor: Mrs. Julie Valenzuela

    Meetings: Daily during class and outside of school.

    For more information: Mrs. Valenzuela in B125

    Santiago High School Band

    Advisor: Mr. Kris Parish & Mr. Joe Dudek

    Meetings: Daily during class and outside of school

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    For more information: See Mr. Dudek in B131b or Mr. Parish in B131

    Santiago High School Youth Cancer Society

    Advisor: Mrs. Tami Lincoln

    Meetings: Once a month

    Who may attend: Anyone

    When activities take place: Main club activities include Pasta for Patients during March and

    the Relay for Life in June. We also fundraise for scholarships as well as participate in various

    cancer awareness activities throughout the year.

    Description: To bring awareness of cancer and cancer prevention to the campus and community

    as well as to make a difference in the lives of those who suffer from the disease.

    For more Information: Mrs. Lincoln in E101.

    Skills USA/ Arch and Eng. Advisor: Ms. Elena Marker and Mr. Bill Brown

    Meetings: They take place weekly after school on Thursdays in E116 2:45-5:00.

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in Architecture.

    When activities take place: After School 3:00-5:00 Regional State and National Competitions.

    Description: Students will use skills learned in class to compete against other students in real

    world problems.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Brown in D107. www.casusa.org www.skillsusa.org

    Shark Attack Newspaper/Journalism

    Advisor: Mrs. Prem Bovie-Ware

    Meetings: 5th Period or after school

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in writing for the school newspaper.

    When activities take place: TBA

    Description: Students who are interested in writing for a captive audience of 4,000+ should

    consider becoming a member of the Shark Attack/ Journalism Club

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Bovie-Ware in B201 or [email protected]

    TAP/Tobacco Abatement Program (Smoking Cessation Advisor: Mrs. Susan Peters

    Meetings: 8 weeks per semester.

    Who may attend: Students who want to quit smoking or another addiction.

    When activities take place: Meetings take place during 4th period on Wednesdays, starting in

    October.

    Description: This program is designed to support students as they overcome addictions. This

    program is voluntary.

    For more information: Visit Mrs. Peters in D102

    Tomorrows Educators Are Creating History (T.E.A.C.H.) Advisor: Mr. Nate Theune

    Meetings: Take place every other Friday at 2nd lunch in the library.

    Who may attend: Anyone interested in being an educator.

    When activities take place: Activities take place various times throughout the school year. A

    field trip to a college usually takes place twice a year.

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    Description: We have two main functions in this club. One is to support Santiago teachers and

    show them appreciation. The second is to expose students to the teaching field, colleges, and

    options and benefits of the profession.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Theune in the Library.

    Work Experience Program

    Advisor: Mr. Wayne Osburn

    Meetings: Once a week zero period class that starts at 6:50 AM.

    Who may attend: Juniors and seniors, 16 years old and older who currently have a job.

    Description: Elective course allowing students 5-10 credits per semester for working at an

    approved job location. Students leave campus for periods 5 and or 6.

    For more information: Contact Mr. Osburn in F222 or Ms. Fulcher in F106.

    Yearbook

    Advisor: Mrs. Tami Lincoln

    Meetings: 4th period class. Occasionally students who can only work after school are accepted.

    Who may attend: 9th to 12th grade students are invited to apply to be on staff.

    Description: The primary function is to produce a yearbook for the total student body that is

    well designed and complete in its presentation of the school year. Students learn basic skills in

    journalism, the elements and principles of design, typography, photography and desktop

    publishing.

    For more information: Contact Mrs. Lincoln in E101.

    Zoology Club

    Advisor: Ms. Caitlin Spivey and Mrs. Erin Baker

    Meetings: Fridays during 2nd lunch

    Who may attend: Officers and members

    When activities take place: Field trips throughout the year and food fairs

    Description: Enriches Zoology class opportunities to volunteer at local pet adoption locations as

    well as educate members about animals.

    For more information: See Mrs. Spivey in K101.