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FCHS CLUBS 2013-2014. Acoustic Guitar Club Club Information: It is a club that meets to enjoy guitar music. You don't have to even play, although we have.

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1 FCHS CLUBS

2 Acoustic Guitar Club Club Information: It is a club that meets to enjoy guitar music. You don't have to even play, although we have players that range from beginners to advanced. Students share their talents. We periodically watch videos of acoustic guitar performances of all genre types. There are loaner guitars available for use during club time, but it is suggested to bring your own guitar to the club meetings. No Fees Contact Information: Mr. Al Pickett Location/Dates: Thursdays from 3-4pm in room D221.

3 Asian Culture Club Club Information: For 20 minutes, students learn Chinese with some of the Chinese students in the school and for the other 20 minutes, each week, students explore a different Asian country through music, art, food, writing, and so on. No Fees Contact Information: Geoff Dean Location/Dates: Meets once a week after school for 40 minutes in room E135

4 Book Clubs Club Information: Activities include the following: o Select a book o Start a group o Select a leader – Mrs. Matthews will assist groups as needed o Create a meeting format o Locate guides online o Assign roles for discussion Contact Information: Mrs. Jane Matthews Location/Dates: Pick a day after school in the Library Media Center

5 Business Professionals of America (BPA) Club Information: Business Professionals of America is a club at FCHS that offers students the opportunity to show off their skills in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. Students compete in events with other students around the state to advance from district to state and then move on to nationals. There are no prior requirements for the club except for time commitment. The fee to join the club is $20 which accounts for District, State, and National dues. BPA is a fun organization at FCHS that is continually growing. BPA also looks great on college applications. Contact Information: Stephanie Andrew and Diana Hughes Stephanie Andrew: Diana Hughes: Or club leaders: Margo Parish- Jackson Hughes- Location/Dates: Club meetings are usually once a week and they are located in Mrs. Andrew’s room D209.

6 Dance Marathon Club Information: Dance marathon is a fundraising committee and event to raise money and awareness for Riley Children's Hospital. In the three years since it began DM has raised over $50,000! Incoming freshmen will be able to apply to be on a DM committee in September. Application to be a member No Fees Contact Information: Becky Hart and Nicci Sargent Location/Dates: Meetings as needed; Meetings with Exec one morning a week August-March Meetings in E228

7 The Digital Arts & Gaming Club Club Information: For any student that loves gaming and might want to learn a little about graphic design. We host National Gaming Day every year in November, sponsoring tournament and bringing in local gaming vendors. Whether you want to just play (board games, card games, RPG's, video games) or learn some trick on Adobe Photoshop and Flash, come check out the "DA". Contact Information: Taura Vanaken Location/Dates: Mondays after school in room C117

8 Drama Club Club Information: Everything related to theatre! We put on the fall play (auditions in August). We see plays, attend regional and state competitions, play theatre games, hold acting workshops, etc. Contact Information: Mr. Stevens Location/Dates: Meetings: E234 on Tuesdays

9 Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) Club Information: Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America is a student organization that helps young men and women expand their planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal communication skills. Any student who has taken a course in Family and Consumer Sciences or a related course may join FCCLA. We participate in community service locally and nationally, and are active in state and district meetings. Students have the opportunity to attend the Indiana FCCLA State Leadership Conference in the spring and compete in events offered at that level. Spring 2013 was super exciting!! Seven students attended the state conference this year and brought home seven gold medals, two silver medals, and one bronze medal! We also had a national qualifier in a STAR Event this year! We LOVE going to conference!!! The $15 dues include national, state, and local dues. Contact Information: Advisor: Mrs. Barb Torrey Location/Dates: Meetings are held at least twice a month after school in room F115.

10 Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) Club Information: Open to any student, not just athletes, who is interested in sharing their faith with other Christians. Filled with lessons, games, fellowship, food, and prayer. Contact Information: Mrs. Ferris Location/Dates: Meets every other Friday morning at 7:15 AM in room D207.

11 FFA Open to any student interested. You DO NOT need an Agriculture/farm background. This club is based on leadership and we have multiple community service opportunities. There are opportunities to compete in events in countries like Scotland or England. Food is always provided at meetings! Contact information: Mr. McIntire (F120), Ms. Dougherty (F122), Makayla Plummer, Casey Campbell or Dylan Smith.

12 Franklin Academic Competition Teams (FACT) Club Information: 1) Spell Bowl Contact Information: Coached by Mrs. Koontz; Location/Dates: Meets in the fall semester; practices once or twice per week. Statewide competition Club Information: 2) Franklin College Math Day Contact Information: Sponsored by Mr. Kasper Location/Dates: One day event (Saturday) every November Club Information: 3) Academic Superbowl teams Contact Information: Social Studies: Mrs. Koontz Math: Ms. Poparad Science: Mrs. Tennell Fine Arts: Mrs. VanAken English: Mrs. Pychinka Location/Dates: Meets in the spring semester (teams are formed before Winter break). Practices once or twice per week.

13 Gay-Straight Alliance Club (GSA) Club Information: Student led organization that works to: 1. create safe environments in schools for students 2. educate the school community 3. fight discrimination, harassment, and violence in schools Contact Information: Kacee Murphy and Jane Matthews Location/Dates 1 st and 3 rd Wednesday of every month in Room B140

14 HONART (FCHS Art Club) Club Information: Honart is our FCHS Art Club, committed to art oriented service. Students who have passed at least one high school art class or are currently enrolled in art at FCHS are eligible. Dues are currently $4 per year. The club has done various projects such as backdrops for dances, logo designs, banners, etc., but our current major project is a large mural in the commons area of our own building. Contact Information: Kelli Park Location/Dates: Wednesdays after school and on select Saturday mornings Room C113

15 Interact Service Club Club Information: Interact Club, a service club of Rotary International. Location/Dates: Meetings are held Wednesday 8 am in the guidance office conference room.

16 International Club Club Information: Open to Grades 9-12 The purpose of International Club is to support foreign homestay students, both socially and financially. The club hosts parties and other social activities with the foreign students and raises funds to provide them with a full high school experience. Dues are $5. Contact Information: Mrs. Craig Location/Dates: Meetings are scheduled as needed.

17 Key Club Club Information: Key Club International is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Key Club assists Kiwanis, its sponsor, in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. Annual dues are $20. The funds go directly to the Key Club organization for local and international dues. Contact Information: Mrs. Nancy Bailey Location/Dates: Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:20 in room E118. Scheduled service projects take place throughout the year. Projects: Johnson County Thanksgiving Banquet Set Up Teacher Appreciation and Recognition Banquet Canned Food Drive Leaf raking for the elderly R.E.M.C. Breakfast Trick or Treat for UNICEF

18 Knitting Club Club Information: This club is for students interested in the wonderful craft of knitting. Students, both beginners and advanced, are welcome to join to assist one another in becoming a skilled knitter. Students must supply their own yarn and needles. Students can also decide what they want to make. Contact Information: Ms. Deborah Eads Location/Dates: Meetings are one day a week after school for about 45 minutes in room C220. (Day to be determined.)

19 Men’s Volleyball Club Information: Founded in 2002 by freshman Ryan Waggoner, the FCHS men's volleyball team has had tremendous success and representation at both the STATE tournament and several selections to the All Star Junior and All Star Senior Showcases the past 11 years. Franklin has produced a number of college scholarship winners for men's volleyball, including our current assistant coach. Our players earn varsity letters from the athletic department if the mandatory minimum requirements are met. Spring Athletic Season (March-June) JV (20 matches) and Varsity (30 matches) teams Contact Information: Head Coach: Kat Sarles (FCHS) Room F228 Assistant Coach: Travis Gabehart (FCMS) JV Coach: Sarah Records (Creekside) Dates: Preseason training begins is Nov-Feb (twice a week) Times TBD Tryouts are 1st full week of March State Tournament is Memorial weekend All-Star Showcase (selected Jrs/Srs from the state) is the weekend after STATE tourney

20 Ping Pong Club  Club Information: FCHS will be starting a Ping Pong Club. Fees will be minimal and will be used to cover broken equipment.  Contact Information: Mr. Bailey & Mr. McClure  Location/Dates: 1 st and 3 rd Mondays of every month; 3:15-5:00 in the field house

21 Prom Committee Club Information: Any current Junior student interested in planning and implementing the FCHS Junior/Senior prom. Consistent attendance is a preference. Location/Dates: Meeting times will be determined at the beginning of each school year. Meets in either room D207 or D209. Contact Information: Mrs. Andrew & Mrs. Ferris

22 Student Council Club Information: Student council is based on developing students into leaders and school representatives. Students have the opportunity to plan and execute service projects as well as school-spirit activities. Applications and memberships are renewed every spring and winter applications have already been submitted for fall membership, but interested students can apply in November to become a second-semester member. $10 t-shirt fee Application to be a member Contact Information: Matt Eskew and Lesleigh Groce Location/Dates: Two Thursday mornings a month at 7:20am, LGI room

23 Teen Link Club Information: Meet with students from all the county schools who wish to find solutions to problems common to all of us. Buzz Bay brings pizza and specialists in our fields of interest. No money is required Contact Information: Darla Saladin Location/Dates: Meets the second Wednesday of each month, from 3:30-5:00


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