Good morning, Parents.
As three very successful seasons are ending in Forensics, the Robotics team, and Destination Imagination, I would just like to encourage parents to take as active a role as possible in promoting these sorts of academic clubs with your children. Many of these co-curricular types of clubs can help your high school children become more well rounded, provide some quality real-world types of experiences (some of which may expose them to career connections or at least career related skills), and help them develop confidence in a variety of settings. We have noticed that many times the difference between those students who get involved in co-curricular clubs and those that do not simply comes down to the slightest of personal encouragement from either teachers or parents.
While we are a small school and our list of clubs reflects that reality. There are still a fairly wide range of opportunities including: Student Council, Destination Imagination, Key Club (Service), Archery Club, Forensics, Drama, Robotics team, Music opportunities such as Solo/Ensemble, Tech. Ed. clubs such as Project Grill or other competitive teams. We also have a small group of students interested in Business that run our school store, another small group of students who are on Mr. Allen’s technology crew.