COOPER CITY HIGH’S RODEO OF CLUBS

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COOPER CITY HIGH SCHOOL’S RODEO OF CLUBS 2015 - 2016

|ACTIVITY/CLUB |SPONSOR |PURPOSE/DESCRIPTION |MEMBERSHIP |MEETINGS |

| | | |REQUIREMENTS | |

|ART/ANIME CLUB |Ms. Butler |To unite creative minds and in time, beautify our school. |Must be creative. We give all our participants the opportunity to |Every OTHER MONDAY at 2:30-3:30 in room 619 |

| | | |be exposed to the inner workings of the art world | |

|BEST BUDDIES |Ms. Garcia |The mission of Best Buddies is to provide an opportunity for one-on-one|Complete application and have a 2.0 GPA. |Room 3956 or Cafeteria |

| |Ms. Hicks |friendships and integrated employment for persons with disabilities. | |Every other month |

| | |We do this at the high school level by matching non-disabled high | |5 Chapter Meetings per year |

| | |school students in one-on-one friendships with high school students | | |

| | |with developmental disabilities. | | |

|CHAIN REACTION |Ms. Roberts |Chain Reaction hopes to bring awareness to environmental issues, raise |Anyone can join. $10.00 club dues |Once a month – Mondays @ 2:45 in room 3426. |

| | |money for causes & create a positive atmosphere for students and people| | |

| | |in the community. Some potential events are anti-bullying concerns, | | |

| | |raising money for JRA, & volunteering at animal rescues & soup | | |

| | |kitchens. | | |

|CHESS CLUB |Ms. Jernigan |The goal is to have a meeting place where students who love the game |Have an interest in playing chess and learning to play. |Weekly, Tuesdays 2:30 Room 3429 |

| | |can come and challenge their peers. Also, we hope that students who | | |

| | |want to learn how to play will find our club a safe and non-judgemental| | |

| | |place to do so. | | |

|CLASS OF 2016 |Ms. L. Jones |Being in Class of 2016 |Senior Class |Room 4114 |

| |NO FORM | | | |

|CLASS OF 2017 |Mr. Osborn |Class of 2017 meets and raises funds to support their Class Members, as|Junior class |Room 4119 |

| | |well as, promote school spirit amongst their fellow classmates. | | |

|CLASS OF 2018 |Ms. Lawrence |Being in Class of 2018 |Sophomore class |Room 4117 |

| |NO FORM | | | |

|CLASS OF 2019 |Mr. Pichardo |Being in Class of 2019 |Freshmen class- to represent our class and raise money for the |Room 4107- every 4th Tuesday of the month |

| |Ms. Shea | |class. | |

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|COMIC BOOK CLUB |Ms. Araujo |Our club will allow your imagination to broaden . We will have heated |Anyone can join. |Wednesdays, 2:45 in Room 615 |

| | |debates based on story’s from comics, also we will have a 3D art part | | |

| | |to. We will make helmets like ironman’s to influence their art skills | | |

| | |even the not as skilled artist will be able to accomplish the task that| | |

| | |we have in store from our club. | | |

|CTV |Mr. Pichardo |To organize competition & organize afterschool activities. |Advance CTV members. |Every other Tuesday in Room 4107 @ 2:35 pm. |

|DEBATE & SPEECH CLUB |Ms. Schauben |Our team competes on a National level to gain accoldes and honors in |Must have taken Debate 1, received 25 NSDA points in Debate 1. |Mon/Tues/Weds/Thurs 2:30-3:30 practices in Room 4023 |

| | |each debate event. Students practice daily to have their skills. |Debate classes have tournament requirements. | |

|DEBBIE’S DREAM FOUNDATION |Mr. Cardinale |Debbie’s Dream Foundation aims to raise money and awareness for stomach|Anyone can join. |Every other Monday @ 2:30 Room 3417 |

| | |cancer and provide services to those with stomach cancer. We do this | | |

| | |through activities such as creating cards that are sent to people with | | |

| | |stomach cancer and in-school fundraisers. | | |

|DECA |Ms. Mandel |DECA is an association of business and marketing students. Members |Participate in at least one manual, participate in at least one |Every other Tuesday @ 2:30 in the auditorium |

| | |will develop their business and leadership skills through competition. |competition event (testing, manuals). | |

|D-ULTIMATE |Mr. Sturdivant |D-Ultimate is a dance club that unifies students through the expression|All students are welcome to join. |Every Monday, 3-4:30 Chorus Room |

| | |of dance. It encourages exploration, appreciation, and expression of | | |

| | |all dance genres. It allows students to express their own style while | | |

| | |developing new ideas to add to the crews various choreographed | | |

| | |routines. Fundraisers will be arranged to contribute to CCHS or other | | |

| | |worthy charities. | | |

|FASHION DESIGN TEAM |Ms. Snider |Participate in design activities and learn about the fashion industry. |Interest in Fashion Design as an occupation, and/or enrolled in the|Every OTHER TUESDAY at 2:40-4:00 in room 4007 |

| | |Scholarship opportunities are sponsored by Fashion Institute & Design |Fashion Academy and know to sew/sketch. | |

| | |Merchandising | | |

|FIRST PRIORITY |Mr. Sodergren |First Priority Bible Club is a non-denominational club that exists to |Open to anyone who would like to join. |Meets TUESDAYS at 7:00 AM in room 3434 |

|BIBLE CLUB |Ms. Herrera |provide fellowship and encouragement as we study the Bible and pray | | |

| | |together, striving to live holy lives, reaching out with compassion and| | |

| | |love to those around us. | | |

|FOUNDATION CLUB |Ms. Magliochette |Foundation Club will prepare the members for post-high school life by |Sophomores + |Alternating Mondays 2:30-3:00 Room 3454 |

| |Ms. Kimmey |teaching them basic life skills such as balancing checkbooks, sewing on| | |

| | |buttons, tying a tie, etc. The sponsor leader and members will take | | |

| | |turns instructing. | | |

|FRENCH CLUB |Mrs. Wilfong |Interest in learning and understanding French, French culture and to |None |Room 3405 – Monday 2:30-3:30 |

| | |support French-related programs either locally or internationally. | |Varies-(bi-weekly and/or monthly) |

|FUTURE EDUCATORS OF AMERICA |Ms. E. Rodriguez |To provide students with exposure to the teaching profession through |Simple application |Room 3457– 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month |

| | |school and community service. After 2 years of membership students can| | |

| | |compete for scholarships. | | |

|FUTURE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS OF |Mr. Gallimore |The purpose of FMPA is to teach students interested in the medical |Must have some interest in the medical field and pay club dues. |First Monday of every month, afterschool in Room 4026. |

|AMERICA (FMPA) | |field about all the fields available and what they entail. This is | | |

| | |done by having a variety of speakers from different medical professions| | |

| | |come and talk to us. We also conduct several illness awareness | | |

| | |projects and fundraisers for local organizations and hospitals. | | |

|FUTURE POLITICAL LEADERS |Mr. Fair |Future political leaders is designed to spread political awareness to |Follow basic respect rules and show up to meetings. |Every second Wednesday of the month |

| | |students about current events. In the club we discuss current events | |Room 3435 2:45 |

| | |that pertain to the lives of students and their families. | | |

|GSA-Gay Straight Alliance |Carol Lopez |We are setting out to make the school a more accepting place for the |Willing to accept social change. |Every other Tuesday in the Guidance |

| | |LGBT & community and its allies. We want to establish school awareness| |Conference Room – 2:45 pm |

| | |as well as link into the National GSA, GISEN. | | |

|HOPE Club |Ms. Ramirez |The purpose of the club is to educate, support & Develop problem |Dues $25.00 which includes t-shirt & bracelet, - we take members |1-2 times a month on Mondays @ 2:45 in Room 4152 |

| | |solving, coping, & Leadership skills while fostering the prevention of |all year long. | |

| | |suicide , bullying & Substance abuse. Members will work together to | | |

| | |accomplish common goals of helping each other & their community. | | |

| | |EVENTS: 5K HOPE Walk-volumteering, HUGS for HOPE event, Holiday | | |

| | |Military Project-event with home for people with disabilities. | | |

|KEY CLUB |Mr. Osborn |Key Club is comprised of “Key Students” on campus who participate in |$25.00 International Dues and participation in community service |Meet every other Wednesday |

| | |school-wide initiatives, as well as, community service activities (both|activities. |Board Officers: 2:30pm Room 4119 |

| | |on/off campus) to better their community. | |General Members: 2:30pm Cafeteria |

|LINK – LIBERTY IN NORTH KOREA |Mr. Grant |LINK is a non-for-profit organization that works to change the |Anyone can join |Date TBA, 2:30-3:00 Room 4122 |

| | |narrative on North Korea as well as rescues & provides resettle support| | |

| | |to North Korean refugees. This club will be a chapter of the | | |

| | |organization where our goal will be to support & fundraise for the | | |

| | |organization. While the exact activities are unclear, fundraising | | |

| | |events will be constantly carried out. | | |

|MUGGLES UNITED |Mr. Quintana |With this club we hope to raise the literacy of the school and the |To become a member they must attend three consecutive meetings. |Every other Monday 2:40 -2:55 Room 4021 |

| | |community, and promote an equal environment. We plan to have a book | | |

| | |drive to give to Kids in Distress and we plan to have a quidditch match| | |

| | |to raise money or books for a charity. | | |

|MULTI-CULTURAL CLUB |Mr. Fair |The club is here to spread the ideals of a united world, |Must be active and non-disruptive in the club |Every other Friday 2:30-3:30 Room 3435 |

| | |multiculturalism and celebrate different ethnicities/races. Also | | |

| | |discuss racial issues. | | |

|MUSCIAL INSPIRATION CLUB |Ms. Lotocky |To promote positivity, encourage self-expression, and condone |Anyone can join. |Thursdays, 2:45-3:30 in the Chorus Room |

| | |acceptance of others through the listening to, appreciation of, and | | |

| | |playing along with all kinds of music. On the last Wednesday of each | | |

| | |month, we would meet in the Chorus Room until 4:00pm and encourage all | | |

| | |musicians in the club to bring their instruments and play their own | | |

| | |music. | | |

|NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY |Mr. Dixon |Upholding the high principals of Leadership, Character, Service and |30 community service hours, two letters of recommendation |Thursdays 2:30-3:30 in the auditorium |

| | |Scholarship. National Honor Society members take part in various |supporting a leadership role, 3.0 GPA | |

| | |service projects throughout the school year. | | |

|OGB-OPERATION GIVE BACK |Mr. Kessler |The mission of Operation Giveback is to raise awareness and resources |Anyone can join |Twice a month, Wednesdays afterschool 2:35 in Room 4125 |

| | |for our wounded warriors, their families and the children of our fallen| | |

| | |heros. The vision of Operation Giveback is to facilitate events (such | | |

| | |as fundraisers) and opportunities to raise funds and awareness for our | | |

| | |wounded and disabled service members, and to “give back” from all of us| | |

| | |as a community. | | |

|OPPORTUNITIES 4 KIDS |Ms. Lawrence |To provide children with supplies necessary for education and success. |Anyone can join |1st Wednesday of the month in room 4110 |

| | |The club will fundraise money by hosting sport events, car washes, | | |

| | |parties, etc. | | |

|POETRY CLUB | |Students write poems to express their feelings and emotions. They also|Students interested in studying classic as well as contemporary |Thursdays from 2:45-3:15pm in room 4013 |

| | |discuss the different types of poems and their advantages. The mission|poetry are all welcome. Students who want poetic prompts to | |

| | |of the Poetry Club is to foster creative writing, acceptance of each |further their own writing are also welcome. | |

| | |other’s work, and provide a supportive environment for students to | | |

| | |read, write and understand poetry and the poetic process. | | |

|S.T.A.N.D. |Mr. Hinely |Help tutor elementary school students at Cooper City Elementary. |Patience, ability to work with young children. |Meet WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY at Cooper City Elementary |

|SITE (Students Improving the |Ms. Polatos |The purpose of S.I.T.E. is to encourage students to make life-long |$10.00 dues, participation in one fundraiser, 60% of recycle |Every TUESDAY at 2:35 in room 4127 |

|Environment) | |commitments to live and act responsibly with vigilant regard to nature |service and to be an active student in good standing at CCHS. | |

| | |and the environment. Activities include weekly recycling at CCHS, | | |

| | |educating population of CCHS and feeder schools about environmental | | |

| | |problems which affect the community. | | |

|SPANISH CLUB & SPANISH HONOR |Ms. Mensinger |Increase cultural awareness and promote knowledge of the Hispanic |Anyone can join Spanish Club; you must be in a Spanish class of |Every other Friday from 2:30-3:30 in the cafeteria. |

|SOCIETY | |cultures and the use of the Spanish language. Some activities include |level four or higher to be in honor society and also write an essay| |

| | |making pinatas for children who have been abused, another is a county |explaining why you would like to be in it. | |

| | |wide competition which we can audition for and make projects for. The | | |

| | |competition includes different categories such as speaking and | | |

| | |performing as well as making posters. | | |

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|STUDENT GOVERNMENT (SGA) |Ms. Flaten |Govern clubs and activities, promote spirit within the school, and |Attend all scheduled SGA meetings-complete 2 SGA projects a |Meet 1st WEDNESDAY of every month in cafeteria @ 2:45 |

| | |provide leadership and community service. We create, organize and |semester, be a good representative of the school and community. | |

| | |direct Homecoming Week Activities, including the dance, Krazy Kickball,| | |

| | |Crazy Feats and spirit days. We contribute to our school and community| | |

| | |by writing letters to veterans, making teacher appreciation gifts, | | |

| | |throwing a holiday party for sexually abused children and more. | | |

|TABLETOP GAMING CLUB |Mr. Grozan |Table Top Club to make friends while using critical thinking and math |Anyone can join. |Every Monday in room 4111. |

| | |skills. Table Top games allow people to be creative when designing | | |

| | |card decks or campaigns. They are often great forms of expression in | | |

| | |many different ways. | | |

|TECHNOLOGY CLUB |Ms. A. Perez |To help the students of Cooper City High prepare for the future of |Attend two consecutive meetings. |Every other MONDAY, Room 4007 2:30-3:30pm |

| | |technology and keep them updated on the latest tech news. This club | | |

| | |was created to empower the student leaders of CCHS to take on new | | |

| | |challenges by implementing creative innovative solutions using the | | |

| | |latest technology. | | |

|THESPIANS |Ms. Brandt-Asciolla |Our goal is to get people out their shells and involved in theatre. |Participate in one production, at least one fundraiser and attend |Every other Monday (2 times a month) |

| | |Whether it be on stage or working tech backstage, we want them to do |all meetings. |Auditorium 2:30-3:30 |

| | |what they are passionate about. We will be having full productions, | | |

| | |competitions, and a variety of fundraisers to get new members involved.| | |

|WOMEN OF TOMORROW |Ms. Bodah |Women of Tomorrow is a mentor and scholarship program for high school|Invitation by sponsor |1st or 7th period/ 1 per month |

| | |girls. Hey learn about college & careers, share experiences with group| |BRACE office |

| | |and mentors, learn how to handle life struggles positively, and other | | |

| | |life skills that will help them to become successful women. | | |

REVISED 1/5/2016 THE SCHOOL BOARD OF BROWARD COUNTY REQUIRES THAT ANY STUDENT INVOLVED IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES MUST HAVE AND MAINTAIN A 2.0 GPA

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