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Club Name

Description

Advisor

Location

Time

Meetings are at lunch unless noted.  

Anime Club

To embrace a love for anime.

Mr. Ettlin

I-3

Fridays

Asian Club

To introduce Asian culture and music to Woodside.

Ms. Xu

B-18

Thursdays

Aquatics Club

To fundraise and promote a love for water sports, especially swimming and water polo.

Ms. McNich

F-23

Thursdays

AVID Leadership

To promote AVID by using student led activities.

Ms. Zargar

B-15

Thursdays

Bob Ross Club

To watch Bob Ross videos and create Bob Ross inspired art using computer drawing equipment.

Mr. Ettlin

I-3

Mondays

Business Technology Academy Club

The group will develop a student voice in the Business Academy as well as advertise the academy around the school. This group will create more leaders with in Woodside and create a sense of belonging.

Mr. Campos

C-12

Tuesdays

Communicat Club

For students to be an integral part of putting the Communicat Newsletter together.

Ms. Emrick

C-11

Varies

Cycling Club

To promote safe cycling to school and raise awareness of safe cycling. To advocate for more bike paths.

Ms. Coleman

A-2

Thursdays

Cuddle Crew

Allow students to enjoy shared experiences with pet therapy and pets in general. Please note that only animals that are through district approved licensed organizations are allowed on campus.

Mr. Llantero

F-19

Thursdays-

B days

Drawing Club

To provide a safe, judgment free place for students to relax, eat, and draw either to a prompt or just a free-sketch. This would be a nice way for students to explore creativity and draw in a pressure-less environment.

Ms. Prodromo

B-12

Fridays

Earth/Forestry

The purpose of the club is to prepare students for forestry challenge as well as plan various environment related activities.

Ms. Akey

 

F-2

Thursdays

FIDM Fashion Club

This club will provide a fun and comfortable environment where students can go to explore their fashion senses and share their passion for design and creativity. Club members are also qualified for an exclusive scholarship at FIDM.

Ms. Marten

C-15

 

French Club

This club promotes and develops interest in speaking French and the French culture all over the world.

Ms. Buckland

B5

Tuesdays

Friends of Millard Fillmore

A weekend long trivia competition against other high schools in the area at the end of January/beginning of February.

Ms. Ken

Library

Various; ask in Library

Gay Straight Alliance (GSA)

To provide support and social opportunities for LGBT students and their allies.

Mr. Mueller

A-1

Thursdays

I am Second

This club invites all students to partake in discussions to better the community, encourage positivity and kindness through high school, and doing various activities regarding the Christian faith.

Ms. Vann

 

F-1

Thursdays

Latin Club

This club plans to Latin. ancient Mediterranean histories and art, and to enjoy the company of one another.

Mr. Eaton

B-11

Tuesdays

Makers Club

To facilitate invention, building, and collaboration in a hands on environment

Mr. Chaudhari

G-6

Mondays lunch

Thursday After-school

Movie Club

To bring students together to share interests in movies. Students will watch movies as well as discuss how it can relate to society and our life.

Ms. Lu

H-4

Fridays

Music Production Club

To practice playing and producing all forms of music and to plan DJ events.

Mr. Kauffman

I-1

Thursdays

Octagon Club

A community service club: Until There's a Cure, Salvation Army food bagging, and Second Harvest Food Bank as well as beach clean-ups and restoration

Ms. Coughlin

E-10

Mondays

Palm Oil Awareness

To raise awareness of the treatment of orangutans in Indonesia and Borneo and discuss the dangers of the Palm Oil industry.

Ms. Akey

F-2

Mondays

-every other

Pink Ribbon Club

To raise money to help fight against Breast Cancer. Have fundraisers and donate money to foundations and organizations that are helping to prevent Breast Cancer.

Ms. Camera

 

E-9

Tuesdays

Robotics Team:

Team 100 FRC – 120 pound robots, Team 4800 FTC –Table top robots.

Join one or both teams and be involved in building robots that compete in FIRST Robotics competitions. They are not just about robots and engineering, they are much like a startup company. People with many different types of skills are needed. Get a start on your 21st in: CAD, manufacturing in machine shop, web design, programming the robot, electronics, business management, PR, social media, photo / video production and much more. Get a start on your 21st century career by joining us.

Mrs. Kolber

Mr. Shannon

H-8

Thursdays at 7pm

Running Club

To get people interested in running and to provide a time to talk about running. This club is for new runners as well as those who already enjoy running. The club will review information about running safety and running nutrition.

Mr. Aguilera

E-11

Mondays

Spanish Club

To explore Hispanic culture in order to make a connection to the community at large of one’s own identity.

Ms. Hanson

B-4

Thursdays

Safe School Ambassadors (SSA)

Our mission is to create a safe, comfortable environment at school so that all students can learn. We improve school safety by noticing, preventing, and intervening when we observe harassment during class, lunch, brunch, and before and after school. We will be doing team building, cross cultural communication, plan anti-bullying activities for individual classes and the whole school. We will also regularly review the SSA strategies, and keep logs of interventions.

Ms. Perdikomotis Ms. Bycer

 

E-15

Tuesdays in E-15

Must attend a 2 day training.

Sailing Club

To spread knowledge and awareness of the sport of sailing and racing sailboats. It will allow for both people who have never sailed to experienced racers to come together

Ms. Juelsgaard

E-13

Thursdays-

every other

Star of David

To study, learn about and experience Jewish culture and heritage. To educate anyone who wishes to learn about the Jewish religion. It is also a place to experience some of the culture surrounding the religion.

Mr. Ezrati

Ms. Finander

F-10

Tuesdays

Urban Debate

To promote voice and teach students the art of debate.

Ms. Ken

Ms. Potts

A-5

Tuesdays 3:15-4:45pm

Volleyball Club

To raise money and gain support for the volleyball program. To bring beach volleyball and boys volleyball to Woodside

Mr. Sahagun

G-6

Thursdays

WHS Tall Flags

To provide performance opportunities for students who want to learn the basics of tall flag techniques in order to perform on their own or with the WHS Marching Band.

Mr. Tolles

Music room

Varies…see Mr. Tolles

Wonder Women

To promote girl empowerment at WHS and to travel to middle schools to do the same.

Ms. Perdikomotis

Dance Room

G-18

Mondays twice a month

Writing Club

Students will have the opportunity to express their thoughts and creativity through their writing. This club will help students create a writing portfolio, advance writing skills, offer peer-editing on essays, as well as be a nice place to relax and express yourself.

Mr. Vanian

E-7

Thursdays

Young Latino Leaders

Members of this club hope to develop leadership qualities through their involvement in various community activities.

Mr. Prado

B-8

Thursdays

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