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Clubs and Organizations

 

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High School Clubs and Organizations

ALL SCHOOL PLAY 
offers opportunities for roles on-stage and behind-the-scenes. Auditions are held in the fall. Advisor: C. Lewis

ART CLUB
is open to any art student interested in visually enhancing the school community with art. Advisor: P. Reiher

CAMPUS MINISTRY
is open to seniors interested in planning retreats, liturgies, prayer services and service events. Advisor: D. Voitek

CHESS CLUB
is open to all students and meets during Wednesday activity period. Advanced players can attend meets and compete in the Scenic Moraine Chess League. Advisor: J. Erickson

FONDY FIRE ROBOTICS TEAM
is a joint venture between the high schools in town. The team competes with students from around the globe. They design, build and develop marketing for their robotics entries. Competitions are held throughout the Midwest. Contact: fondyfire@charter.net

FORENSICS
is a competitive opportunity for all students interested in speaking, play reading and storytelling. Meets are held throughout the area, and practice times vary with each coach. Advisor: C. Sitter

INVESTMENT CLUB
competes nationally in the $1,000,000 Challenge, a seven-month stock market simulation. Students meet monthly to check their portfolio progress. Any student may join. Advisor: M. Haugen 

JAZZ BAND
is open to any student that plays an Instrument. Many opportunities are available for group performances throughout the year. Advisor: A. Pannier

KEY CLUB
is sponsored by Kiwanis International and dedicated to serving others. Meetings are held monthly and members participate in school and community service events. All are welcome to join. Advisors: C. Sitter & C. Huck

MATH CLUB
provides any interested students the opportunity to use mathematical knowledge and intuition to solve problems. Participants also learn to prepare for standardized tests. Advisor: J. Erickson 

MUSIC LITURGY
prepares music to sing for the all-school liturgies and has practices twice per month during the Wednesday activity period and sometimes before school. Advisor: A. Pannier 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
members must be a junior or senior with a GPA of 3.5 or better. Selected students demonstrate the qualities of scholarship, service, leadership and character. Advisor: L. Bartel                      

PERFORMING ARTS CLUB
offers students interested in theater an opportunity to work in all areas connected with the stage. Students may take field trips to local/area theater productions. Advisor: A. Pannier 

SPRING MUSICAL
is performed during the second semester and involves an audition for those interested in an onstage role. There are also crew opportunities including set construction, lighting, sound and costumes. Advisor: C. Lewis 
 
STUDENT COUNCIL
members promote cooperation and understanding between students, faculty and administration. A wide variety of position are available to interested students. Advisor: K. Bartel 
  
YEARBOOK
students prepare the copy, take pictures, layout the pages, find advertisers and sell yearbooks with the help of an advisor. Advisors: K. Bartel & M. Haugen


PK-8 Clubs and Organizations

HOMEWORK HELPERS
is a group of volunteer seventh and eighth grade students. The volunteers stay after school every Tuesday and Thursday until 3:30 p.m. to help other students on their homework. The older children tutor the younger children in any subject that needs attention. Sometimes the older students are reading with the younger children. Open to students in grades 3-8th. Advisors: C. AblerC. DahlingerJ. Kloiber & M. Redig 

JUMP ROPE CLUB
members work on various jump rope skills and games beyond what is learned in regular physical education classes. Open to students in grades 1-2nd. Advisor: D. Bednarek

MATH CLUB
members engage in fun and exciting math activities and games.  Everyone participates, solves problems, and practice math facts.  Students learn math is fun and used every day.  Math club is open to students in grades 3-5th. Advisors: M. Sippel & C. Wuest 

STUDENT CLUB
purpose is to build community by fostering school spirit through various student generated activities and service projects.  Student club is open to any student in grades 3-5th. Adivsors: J. Staerzl & C. Wuest 

STUDENT COUNCIL
is responsible for organizing and running school dances, fund raising, and creating a positive school environment.  Student council is open to any students in grades 6-8th. Advisor: J. StickelM. McDermot 

SCIENCE CLUB
members are able to participate in hands-on, in-depth activities in a multitude of scientific areas. In addition, members build and launch rockets at the end of the school year. Students have an opportunity to experience various science related field trips such as EAA, maple syrup farm, and Marian University. Science club is open to students in grades 6-8th. Advisors: C. Dahlinger, J. Kloiber & J. Stacey

ROBOTICS CLUB
design, build and develop robot competition. Competitions are held throughout the Midwest. Students must participate in science club to be involved in robotics club. Advisors: C. DahlingerJ. Kloiber & J. Stacey