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Silver Cord

Advisor: Mrs. Rich

The purpose of the Honor Society shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools. For information about the NHS can be found on HHS National Honor Society website.

Advisors: Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Krutsinger, Mrs. Venghaus
Sources of Strength is a strength-based, comprehensive wellness program that focuses on suicide prevention but impacts other issues such as substance abuse and violence. The program is based on a relational connections model that uses teams of Peer Leaders mentored by Adult Advisors to change peer social norms about help seeking and encourages students to individually assess and develop strengths in their life.
Advisor: Mr. Setterstrom
FCA leadership is about any student that is looking to developing skills necessary to lead smaĺ group bible studies and grow our Faith community within our school.
Advisor: Mr. Shultz
We will learn the art of origami.
Advisor: Ms. Olsen
Join us in the reading and discussion of the Bible, in this club we will talk about the Bible and the great things it does for us and through us.
Advisor: Mr. Martin
Ag/FFA is a fun opportunity to learn about different aspects of agriculture. You do not need to be a Farmer to join, we will be doing hands-on activities and possible field trips down the road! Everyone is accepted no matter your experience. I want to give you the chance to see how everyone affects agriculture!
Advisor: Mrs. Hoyle
We will be playing group games such as Scattergories, Pictionary, Trivia, Bunko, Phase 10, etc.
Advisor: Bos
Making Tim Burton inspired art and watching Tim Burton movies.
Advisor: Miss Reisma
We will talk about unique animals that interest the group members and research these animals.
Advisors: Mr. Bjork & Mr. Broeker
Members will research, discuss, analyze, and play fantasy sports. This will included all aspects of fantasy sports including different sports, scoring formats, drafting, trades, ect.
Advisors: Mrs. Moore & Mrs. Kohorst
Come and join us for fun creative writing exercises to write and share to awaken your inner author!
Advisor: Ms. Davis
Club K-pop music. K-pop is pop music from South Korea. It's up to who joins on what is done since it's student led. We can listen and discuss your favorite songs, learn the dances, or debate who is the best group member. BTS was suggested in the survey sent out so they will probably end up the main focus.
Advisors: Mrs. Rich & Ms. Lucie
We will focus on volunteer opportunities in the community. This will be a service project organization and we will get involved where we can. This will also help students who are interested in Silver Cord.
Advisors: Mr. Waggoner & Mr. Norton
Video Game club supports students at different levels. Members can bring their own consoles and connect to school TVs to sit and play together. There is no real competition, they play games, collect retro hardware, and talk about video games. The members just have fun via social and emotional support.
Advisors: Mrs. Wagler & Mrs. Cooney
For those who love to read, this is an opportunity for students to participate in an activity they enjoy and share it with others. Students can select their own material, but we will take time to share what we are reading, make recommendations to others, and discuss books we have read.
Advisor: Mrs. Liechty
In our club, we will explore different cultures around the world. Come join us in making and trying new foods, learning words and sayings in different languages, making crafts, listening to new music, reading and telling stories, and much much more.
Advisor: Mrs. Anderson
This club will have fun learning and playing the game of Cribbage, a card game that involves strategy and a little bit of luck!
Advisors: Mrs. Lutovsky & Mrs. Terrell
A club for students who want to grow plants of some variety.
Advisors: Mr. Crouch, Mr. Kinney, Mr. Newman
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. We help each student excel. A nonprofit national education association, SkillsUSA serves middle-school, high-school and college/postsecondary students preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations.
Advisors: Sr. Arp & Mrs. Hoyle
Chess Club will involve weekly chess games in either a tournament format or open gaming depending on student interest. Open to players of all ability levels, there will also be tutoring available. We will look at sample chess situations for which to discuss and determine the optimal solution(s). Come enjoy some low-stress chess this semester.
Advisor: Mr. Maynard
The content of this club will be student driven. As you are transitioning from your teenage years to adulting, what are the tings you wish you knew more about or what skills do you think could use some fine-tuning?
Advisors: Mr. & Mrs. DePriest
Watch plays/musicals. Possibly read thru scripts.
Advisor: Mr. Peterson
Ever wanted to learn how to play guitar?  Well now, maybe its your time to start a lifelong wonderful hobby.   This club's intention is to teach a few students some basic chords on the guitar.  Perhaps we can even get good enough to play a couple tunes before the end of the semester.  I only have 5 guitars so having your own to use would be ideal.  
Advisor: Mr. Batty
We will be playing/discussing different types of games.
Advisors: Mrs. Beckman & Mr. Wagner
The Culinary Club (or Food Club) will allow students to make quick dishes in the microwave and learn how to correctly use a knife. Students will provide input on how the types of foods they would like to learn how to prepare within a 45 minute time frame on a budget.
Advisors: Ms. Ashton and Mrs. Rodgers
Explore basic crocheting together. As a group we can decide on projects to work on together or support each other while working on the project of your choice.
Advisor: Mr. Stribe
Investigate issues and topics of interest. Discuss and debate the various perspectives of these topics.