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Student Activities

Community Service Information

NHS Membership Application 

 

2019-20 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS

 

Club

Sponsor(s)

Room number

Brief description / mission of organization

Academic Bowl

 

3213

Students will increase their general knowledge and compete in competitions on this knowledge.

Anime Club

Ms. Lara McDonald

4105

Share and enjoy the culture of Japanese Anime art.

Art Club

Ms. Shannah Dean

7103

Share and enjoy student’s love of art

Beta Club

Ms. Peta Murray

Ms. Tabitha Roper

 

7209

EE - 211

By invitation based on grades.  Promote leadership skills through school and community service activities.

The Breakfast Club

Ms. Opal Mason

 

 

Challenge Team

Mr. Eric Burton

 

7105

 

Spread knowledge and awareness of the effects of kindness on other's lives, and to change the culture of our community.

Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy

Mr. Eric Burton

Ms. Kristy Szpindor

Mr. Bob Decan

7105

7206

7208

By application only

 

 

CTI (CTAE)

Robyn Mattson

3200

To provide leadership, self-advocacy and employability (soft skills training opportunities) to students with disabilities enrolled in the CTI program.

D & D and Table Top Games

Ms. Lara McDonald

4105

Provide an opportunity for students with an interest in games to participate with other students.

Dancing Eagles

Ms. Brittany Chandler

EE - 208

By Audition only (Tryout date TBD)  Participate in a dance club that will perform throughout the year at school.

Drama Club

Ms. Charlotte Forrest

Auditorium

Meet to share interest in drama and theatre.

Dramatic Writing Club

Ms. Marsha Loversky

 

Are you interested in becoming part of Georgia's booming television and film industry?  Do you want to learn more about how you can get in on the ground floor?  See what other Georgia high school students are so excited about--dramatic writing.  Learn to write original content, develop scripts, produce clear writing, analyze and create characters in dramatic arts literature from the perspective of an actor/performer.  Learn how writing for film, television, and theatre connects to careers and the booming entertainment industry in our state and beyond.  Learn about skills needed in the industry to get a job and begin making money doing what you love

Etowah (Eagles) Connection

Ms. Victoria Carter

Ms. Amanda Massey

6203

7213

Eagles Connections is a wonderful program at Etowah where students can be a part of creating change in the culture and representation of our student body, not only at Etowah, but in the community. Eagle Connections is run by students as a team who work toward making Etowah High School an engaging and spirited place for ALL students. This club requires a strong commitment to the school and our community, including organizing and attending events outside of the school day, and marketing/advertising in our community.

 

Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)

Amanda Shafer

 

Promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education, focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, and community leader.

 

 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)

Mr. Greg Robinson

Auditorium

Christian music, fellowship, speakers, and food.

FFA

Ms. Ashley Rivers

2226 

Promote leadership and agriculture, conduct community service events, and complete agriculture awareness activities.

Flag Football

Mr. Brandon Chester

 

Provide female athletes the opportunity to learn and compete in the game of Flag Football and compete against all other high schools in Cherokee County

Flight Club/ Leader’s Council

Ms. Jennifer Jones

Ms. Taran Smith

 

WACC

Membership by invitation only.

Members will learn leadership lessons and discuss issues at school.  Small groups will visit zone schools to promote good decisions and Operation Graduation.

French Honor Society

Ms. Nancy Sherry

EE - 115

Membership by invitation only. Based on academic achievementFHS’s mission is to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote high standards of scholarship, and to create enthusiasm and understanding of Francophone culture and civilization. 

FHS members participate in school-wide activities such as Trunk-or-Treat, Taste of Etowah, International Night, Electives Fair, and FHS Induction Ceremony among others.

Friends Club

 

Ms. Kristen Morris

Ms. Jennifer Leopard

 

3103

3103

Encourage inclusion between peers of all abilities (regular and special education), promote awareness of diversity and make new friends through social activities, community service and other events such as Special Olympics and Friends’ Formal.

GSA – Gay Straight Alliance

Ms. Taran Smith

3108

Provide a safe and supportive environment for LGBTQ students and Allies

Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl Team

Ms. Cari Cain

 

Media Center

Participate in quiz bowl competitions based on the current Georgia Peach Teen Book Award Nominees.

Hispanic Organization Promoting Education (HoPe)

Mrs. Johana Keever

Ms. Yvette Jones

EE - 110

EE - 106

Increase the graduation rate among Hispanic high school students through leadership, education, and community service

HOSA: Future Health Professionals

Ms. M Ms. Megan King

Ms. Amber Thayer

 

Amb

EE - 120

Encourage and promote interest in future careers within the medical field.

Interact Club of Etowah High School

Mr. Brian Heglund

2209

The mission of the Interact Club is to help others. Through service activities, club members will develop leadership skills and personal integrity, demonstrate helpfulness and respect for others, and advance international understanding and goodwill.

 

International Student Association

MMs. Michelle McGowan

EE - 108

 

Broaden student cultural awareness by learning from each other’s social background and ethnic roots. Sponsor activities in order to promote multiculturalism and an appreciation of the diverse social heritage in our school and community. 

Key Club

Ms. Lisa Frantz

EE - 111

EHS Chapter of the International Key Organization

Kitty Hawk Air Society (KHAS)

Mr. Steve Bergey

5004

By invitation based on grades.  Promote community involvement and academic support to the JROTC corps.

Literature Club

Ms. Michelle Wallace

Ms. Barbara Gardner

EE - 215

Encouraging student writing and publication of writing and art work

 

 

Math Team

Ms. Tabatha Box

 

3206

Math tournaments and other high school competitions.

Model United Nations

Ms. Donell Osborne

 

7205

 

 

Prepare for and attend Model UN conferences at various colleges in the state.

Mu Alpha Theta

Mr. David Yarbrough

6208

By invitation based on grades.  Promote the study of mathematics, Pi Day activities, tutoring.

National Art Honor Society

Ms. Shannah Dean

Mr. Joshua Saye

7103

Promote the arts and allow students the opportunity to work on large scale art projects.

National Honor Society

Ms. Margo Kemmerer

Ms. Rachael Bourne

Ms. Jennifer Corbett

 

 

EE-209

 

By invitation based on grades. Activities to promote scholarship, service, leadership, and character in our community and at EHS.

National Spanish Honor Society 

Tony Barrett

Johanna Keever

Yvette Jones

EE - 111

By invitation based on grades. Participate in activities, community service, provide Spanish tutoring, fundraisers and an induction ceremony.

National English Honor Society

Dr. BD Dr. Heather Barton

Ms. Shaina Anderson

Ms. Morgan Barton

 

Ms.

EE - 214

By invitation based on grades.

Meetings are held 3rd Tuesday of each month in East WING at 7:45am

National Technical Honor Society

Mr. David Dunn

6212

Induction Ceremony, Career Day, Guest Speakers, Community Service, Stoles & Cords at Graduation.

Newspaper Club

The Talon

Ms. Marsha Loversky

EE118

Provide an opportunity for journalists and student writers to participate in journalism and to write articles for the scholastic online paper.

The Orienteering Club

Mr. Steve Bergey

5004

To provide a recreational sport where participants find their way through various checkpoints across rough country with the aid of map & compass.

Photography Club

Mr. Guill Strougo

7104

 Purpose: To promote creativity through photography, to share and critique the photographs of peers, to educate and improve technical skills, and to spread the love of photography throughout the Etowah community. Objectives: ... Promoting photography throughout the campus.

 

Psychology Club

Mr. Eric Burton

7105

7208

Extend the understanding of the field of psychology and to deepen the knowledge of Psychology.

Raiders

Mr. Steve Bergey

5004

 

JROTC’s elite competitive fitness team, promoting health and wellness as well as physical and mental strength.

Relay for Life

Ms. Marisso Jasso

Ms. Michelle Dufek

Ms. Meghan McPhaul

Ms. Tara Stewart

7216

Raise money for the American Cancer Society throughout the Spring Semester.

Rocketry Club

Mr. Brian Heglund

2209

Build rockets for the Team America Rocketry Competition (TARC)

Science National Honor Society

Ms. Maureen Miller

4207

 

By invitation only. Participate in activities and provide services to students in the area of science studies. 

Science Clubs Leads:

 

 

Science Team:

 

 

Science Olympiad:

 

Science Bowl:

 

 

Envirothon:

 

Ms. Mystic Henderson

Mr. John Murnan

 

Ms. Lara McDonald

Ms. Brenda Beebe

 

Mr. Paul Peterson

Ms. Jennifer Corbett

 

Mr. Brian Heglund

Ms. Mystic Henderson

 

Ms. Lara McDonald

Ms. Brenda Beebe

 

4205

 

 

 

 

Increase student interest in science and provide recognition for outstanding achievement in science education.

Skills USA

Mr. Brandon Grummer

Mrs. Linda Yunker

Mr. Marc Giuliano

Mr. Brandon Chester

Mr. Michael Vacca

EE – 136

1104

1101

1102

EE - 126

Promote life-long learning, and service through skills competitions, and community service.

Stewardship Club

Mr. Jeremy Armstrong

1204

The Stewardship Club meets at 7:40 on Tuesday.  Our mission is to provide environmental services to the local community through clean-ups, recycling and composting.

 

Student Ambassadors

Ms. Kristy Szpindor

Mrs. Louise Graner

Auditorium OR 7206

Students have opportunities for community service. Trunk or Treat, 8th grade orientation, school tours.

SGA

(Student Government Association)

Mr. David Armistead

Mr. Cole Ross

7207

Nominated and elected by each grade level student body.

Sprouting STEMS

Laureen Zacker

4208

Sprouting Stems is a partnership between high school students and elementary students which provides access to STEM fields while educating them about the infinite possibilities STEM careers can offer. 

 

Thespian Troupe 5014

 Ms. C Charlotte Forrest

Auditorium

Perform and promote several productions each year.

Triangle Club

Mr. Eric Burton

7105

Utilize critical thinking, deductive reasoning, hypothesis, and discussion to find truth in conspiracies.

Tri-M Music Honor Society

Mr. Stephen Long

Mr. Will Hall

7115

7116

Provide an appropriate method of recognizing the musical achievement of students and strengthen the school’s music program

Ultimate Frisbee Club

Mr. Steve Sapere

Media Center

To share the enjoyment of the game of Ultimate Frisbee and Disc Golf.

Young Republicans

Mr. Jason Berric

1207

To educate and inform students about politics, current events, and promote conservative values and ideas