Clubs and Organizations
about 1 year ago
Art ClubLeos Club (Youth Lions Club)
Adviser: Terri Murray
The Art Club was formed to help other clubs and organizations with projects needing an eye and talent for art. Members help design and make posters and flyers to help groups with their publicity needs.
Adviser: The Anime Club gathers to watch anime and expose its members to the many genres of the art. There are group discussions from time to time. Possible field trips related to the topic are also a topic of discussion.
Associated Student Body (ASB)
Adviser: Christine Scott
The Student Council, under the ASB constitution is the representative body that transacts the business affecting the whole student body. It is composed of elected ASB officers, social studies class representatives, class presidents and representatives of various school organizations.
Elected officers of the ASB include: President, Vice President, Secretary, Commissioner(s) of Sunshine, Finance, Publicity, Athletics, Student Activities, Student Affairs, Parliamentarian and Sergeant-at-Arms.
Non-members are welcome to attend meetings by making proper arrangements in advance with the advisor and the student’s teacher
California Scholarship Federation (CSF)
Adviser : Shirley Monroe
CSF is a state-wide scholastic honorary society. Membership is determined each semester and application for membership must be filed with the advisor not later than three weeks after the beginning of each new semester. Freshmen are not eligible until the end of their first semester and are considered associate (non-voting) members until the end of the first semester of their sophomore year. CSF members do many school services, such as taking tickets at home football and basketball games. In addition, CSF members are granted an Honors Day once each semester to visit some place of educational value.
Advisers: Deborah Rocchild
The Christian Club meets every week at lunch for fellowship, fun, and a time of studying the Bible. Christian Club members participate in service projects as well as special events.
Class of 2011 - Senior Class
Adviser: Heather Hayden / Marilyn Goike
Class of 2012 - Junior Class
Adviser: Caroline Hopper / Jessica Thomas
Class of 2013 - Sophomore Class
Class of 2014 - Freshman Class
Adviser: Michael Kinsley
Adviser: Tony Tuttle
The Drama Club is open to any student who is interested in joining. Plans are in the works for a Spring performance and a field trip to see a play.
International Cooking Club
Adviser: Terri Murray
Each month the ICC meets to enjoy conversation and potluck food. The food is themed toward different countries and is prepared in expectation of widening student palates and knowledge of cultures.
Latinos Unidos (Hispanic Club)
Adviser: Deborah Rocchild
Latinos Unidos teaches our students about Latin culture and traditions. The biggest celebrations are held in the spring when students celebrate Cesar Chavez and Cinco de Mayo. All students are eligible to join.
Adviser: Suzanne Lavere
Leos Club provides students with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.
Adviser: Caroline Hopper
Poetry Club is an organization where any student can share their ideas about poetry. Students are able to express their inner feelings and speak out through poetry.
Adviser: Crystal Lopez
Rally Committee is composed of the Cheer Squad, Dance Team and Mascot(s). The primary purpose of the Rally Committee is the promotion of school spirit and support of John Swett’s athletic teams.
Adviser: Jim MachadoScience Club service projects include sponsoring the annual community blood drives, recycling and clean-up projects, and raising money for science scholarships. Meetings are held every other week.