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ASB Bulletin & Clubs

Daily Bulletin

Serrano Clubs

 

CLUB

ADVISOR

MEETING DAYS

MEETING TIME

PLACE

 


 

AEROBIC CLASS

Sherry Spies

Everyday

All Day

Room 601

Club description goes here

 


 

ALLIANCE CLUB

Melissa Braden and Lesley Carver

2nd And 4th Tuesdays

2:00pm-3:00pm

Room 808

Alliance is a club for members of the LGBTQ community and their allies. Do you identify as LGBTQ, or do you identify as straight but are interested in supporting equal rights and learning more about LGBTQ issues? Alliance Club is a safe space to discuss issues that matter to you and gives you the opportunity to stand up for equality and human rights for everyone, regardless of who they are attracted to.

 


 

ALPHA OMEGA

Mike Fell

Friday

2:15 - 3:30

Room 507

Alpha/Omega is a Christian club for students who like to fellowship, sing, and pray with other Christian students. Programs include guest speakers and student-generated lessons.

 


 

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Melinda Nickerson

Tuesday

2pm-3pm

Room 815

Club description goes here

 


 

BAND AND COLOR GUARD

Matthew Fell

Tuesdays/Thursdays/Fridays

2:15-5:30

Practice Room

Club description goes here

 


 

BOOK CLUB

Sheila fridley

Every Wednesdays’

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Library

Serrano Students’ Book Club A book discussion group is a forum where readers can come together and talk about books and their reading experience.  Mix of genres:  fiction (current and classic), poetry, drama, mystery, sci-fi, current events, history or biography.

 


 

CHESS CLUB

Sheila Fridley

Wednesday

2:00 - 3:00

Library

Chess Club is a place where students get the opportunity to play one of the greatest games known to man. Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard, a checkered gameboard with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight grid. The game allows students to think logically, compete, and most importantly have fun. It is one of the world's most popular games, played by millions of people worldwide in homes, parks, clubs, online, by correspondence, and in tournaments. We meet every Tuesday right after school in the career center of the library, and meetings go from 2:00 to 3:00 P.M. If you have any questions, just ask the librarian. Everyone is welcome to join, so come in and bring a friend.

 


 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Wes Dennison

Thursday

2:00-3:00

Library

Club description goes here

 


 

CSF

Melissa Braden

Every Other Wednesday

2:00 - 2:30

Room 808

California Scholarship Federation (C.S.F.) is an organization that promotes a balance of community service, academic excellence, and leadership in order to reach out to the students of Serrano High School and the community.

 


 

DANCE TEAM

Kristin Grijalva

Monday & Wednesday

2:15 - 5:00

Cafeteria

Dance Team is audition-based and offers participants a unique opportunity to combine athleticism with artistic creativity. Dancers learn various styles such as: jazz, hip hop, contemporary, and more. The team performs throughout the school year at sports events, school rallies, community events, and the competition team competes against various schools and studios throughout the region.  Visit www.serranodance.com       

 


 

DECA

Dr. Kellie Williams

Dr. Susan Morris

6th Period & After School

6th Period

Room 420

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.Must be enrolled in Marketing I or II, or Business Technology and Communications I or II, or Accounting. Visit DECA.org

 


 

FFA

Mrs. Huss, Ms. Maize, Mr. Rice

Various

Various

Various

FFA (Future Farmers of America) makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Visit FFA.org

 


 

FIDM

Susan Morris

Tuesday

2:00 - 3:00

Room 421

Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising Club (FIDM): Aligned with the FIDM school, we teach a variety of sewing techniques, fashion design, fashion production and upcycling.  Throughout the year we perform several community service activities and service to the school. At the end of the year, we wrap things up with a fashion show to showcase the up-cycling and designing that was done all year. Members who complete the required meetings per month are eligible to receive a scholarship from FIDM from $2,000 -6,000. Visit FIDM.edu

 


 

FNL (FRIDAY NIGHT LIVE)

       

Club description goes here

 


 

FOOTBALL

Casey Maholchic

Wednesday's

6:30pm-7:00

Freshman Locker Room

Club description goes here

 


 

GEOLOGY

Fred Winkler

Tuesday's -When Needed

1:50pm

Room 215

This course is designed and intended for the university-bound student. The course provides an introduction to the scientific study of the earth, particularly the structure, composition, distribution and modification of earth materials, and processes that shape the surface of the earth. The course is equivalent to four hours lecture and three hours laboratory per week at CSU. Units: 5 quarter units, 10 high school units (weighted as Honors credit). Students will register as a university student. The grade earned in the course will become a part of the student’s college/university transcripts. Fees: $33. Fee includes University registration fees, laboratory fees, and transportation to CSU-San Bernardino for Laboratory #2 and walking field trip to the San Andreas Fault.

*The course is a university-level course that may allow a student to earn college credit.

         

HISTORY CLUB

Melissa Andersen

Wednesday 2x Month

2:00 - 3:00

Room 417

History Club is designed to provide students, who are interested in all-things History, the opportunity to explore topics of their interest through a greater depth of research.  Students with exemplary work will have the opportunity to compete for scholarships at regional, state and national levels through the National History Day (NHD) organization.  NHD chooses an annual theme each year and the student project must relate to the theme.  Each student will illustrate their research by choosing from one of the following presentation formats:  historical paper, an exhibit, a website, a documentary or a performance.  By participating in the club, students will develop their document analysis skills, learn to network with sponsors and fellow researchers, learn time-management and collaborative skills which are needed for postsecondary education and future workplace environments.

 


 

HOSA

Jayne Harrower

Tuesdays

2:00pm-2:30pm

Cafeteria

HOSA Future Health Professionals is the premier organization for student leaders pursuing careers in the healthcare industry. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the delivery of quality healthcare to all people. Visit http://www.cal-hosa.org

 


 

IAV ( I AM VIRTUOUS)

Carrie Walczynski

1st & 3rd Wednesdays

During Both Lunches

Room 401

Club description goes here

 


 

INTERNATIONAL CLUB

Melissa Andersen

Tuesday 2x Month

2:00 - 3:00

Room 417

International Club: Every two years, the club travels abroad to obtain hands-on exposure to a variety of new cultures and landscapes.  Each trip is designed to be educational and pertains to historical events and locations that have been showcased in history/social science classes.  Students participate in group and individual fundraising activities in order to cover the cost of t-shirts, gratuity expenses, trip fees and additional travel expenses.

 


 

KEY CLUB

Kristi Brenner

Friday

After School

ASB Room

Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develops leadership.  We aim to build better our community, prepare for useful citizenship, and render unselfish service.  Examples of service projects include ICR Clean-up, Adopt a Platoon, Victor Valley Rescue Mission sock drive, and Relay for Life.

 


 

KNOTHEADS

Mike Davis

2nd And 4th Wednesday

2:00pm-4:00

Room 307

Club description goes here

 


 

MILITARY PREP

Anthony Bravo

Tuesday

2:15 - 4:00

Room 816

Club description goes here

 


 

MOCK TRIAL

Sabrina Merrick

Every Wednesday

2:00 - 4:00

Room 418

Club description goes here

 


 

NHS

Morgan Reed

Mondays

2:00 - adjournment

Room 402

NHS is a nationally recognized academic/service society sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals.  To achieve induction, NHS members must adhere to and thus meet a set of stringent requirements based on the society’s four pillars -- Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship. NHS is heavily involved with local community projects, including several passion projects, among these being Santa’s Sleigh, Forever Wild, and High Desert Keepers clean-ups.   

 


 

PEER LEADERS

Carrie Walczynski

Everyday

4th Period

Room 401

Club description goes here

 


 

PING PONG

Matt Bodell

Friday

2:00 - 3:00

Cafeteria

This club gives students the opportunity to learn the national sport of China and engage in friendly competition with their peers.  It is a safe place to play, essentially.  Our unofficial slogan is “To conquer the dragon within, one must master the small white ball without.”

 

“Isn’t that a dangling preposition in your slogan?” you may ask.  Yes.  Yes, it is.

 


 

PHYSICS

Pat Morrison

     

Club description goes here

 


 

SASS

Carrie Walczynski

2nd and 4th Wednesdays

1st & 2nd Lunch

Room 401

S.A.S.S. – (Socially Aware Serrano Students) is a social action and awareness club dedicated to community service and bringing attention to important local, national, and international causes.  Examples of service projects include volunteering at the local homeless shelter, raising awareness about social issues, food drives, and fundraising for community members or charity organizations in need.

 


 

SKILLS USA

Mike Davis

Tuesday

2pm-4pm

Room 307

Club description goes here

 


 

SMMAC

Mike Fell

2nd And 4th Monday's

7:00am-7:15

Room 507

Club description goes here

 


 

SPANISH CLUB

Marco Magnana And Luis Ramirez

Mondays’

After schools from 2 to 2:30

Room 432

Spanish Club promotes an appreciation of Spanish language and Hispanic culture through fun activities and field trips.

 


 

THEATRE ARTS

Beverly Quinn

1st & 3rd Tuesdays

2pm-3pm

Room 704

Theatre Arts Club (Honor Society for Actors) - Come enjoy the world of theatre arts with other outgoing and energetic Serrano students.  Develop your craft through rehearsals of improvs and scenes.  Club members are invited to field trips and High School Theatre festivals on college campuses.

 


 

WRITING CLUB

Kristy Drew

First Monday Of The

2:00-3pm

Room 416

Club description goes here