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Anime Club: To unite students with similar interests in Anime, manga, cosplay and Japanese culture. Club meetings on campus in FC213.
Sponsor: Ms. Turek
Art Club: Unite artists on campus to help build awareness of art program. Special art projects, museum trips, competitions, etc. After school activity (3:30 – 5:00) include art showcases & competitions, museum visits and exhibition of artwork on school campus.
Sponsor: Ms. Mege
Becca’s Closet: Our mission is to collect and distribute formal dresses and accessories to high school students who cannot afford them. Dues of $25, which includes Becca’s Closet t-shirt, Dress fittings and store maintenance at Becca’s Closet. Occasional club meetings at school in Dobbs 103 and other meetings will be held at Becca’s Closet.
Debate Team: To teach students how to become an effective speaker. Activities are after school practice and weekend competition.
Sponsor: Dr. Holloway
DECA (Distributive Education Club of America): To prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, fiancé, hospitality, and management in high schools around the globe. Activities include Talent Show, fundraising activities, Regional, State and national Competitions, March of Dimes and manage Coffee Shop and School Store.
Sponsor: Mr. Jacobson
DESIGN TEAM: Empowering young woman thru leadership, excellence and commitment. Also to help young ladies understand the true meaning of beauty!! Activities include Fashion Show, Easter egg hunt, Varner Fall Festival, Girls Scout Spa Day and Modeling Team.
Sponsor: Ms. Smith
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America): To further students business and technology education. Compete at Regional, State and national levels.
Sponsor: Ms. Foust
FCA (Felllowship of Christian Athletes): To present athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving, living, and serving Jesus Christ. Activities include Friday Huddle meetings at 7:45 in room Junior 102 and Quarterly Rallies.
Sponsor: Coach Abney
FCA meets Friday mornings @ 7:45 in Junior 102
FCCLA (Family, Commuinity, Career Leadership of America): To develop future leaders, campus and community oriented that will lead by example and actions. Activities include competitions, campus based safety outreach competition based debates and contests for students to learn basic principles of competing.
French Club: Promote the study of French language, culture and the connections of the Franco phone world to our students. Activities include after-school films, cultural excursions, trips to museums, speaking competitions and authentic experiences.
Sponsor: Madame Conner
Visit us at http://mceachernfrenchclub.blogspot.com
French Honor Society: Honor students in levels III, IV, V and AP French Program. Provide Community Service opportunities. Induction, book drive and Petanque Tournois.
Sponsor: Madame Conner
HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America):To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality healthcare by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the healthcare community.
Activities include March of Dimes week, Breast Cancer Walk, Reading Team Bake Sale Fundraiser in Fall and State Leadership Conferences.
Sponsors: Ms. Bowden
Math Team: to help members with homework, provide problems solved with math in the workplace, compete in County, State and National competitions and have FUN doing math! Travel to competition in the County or State. Meet weekly in FC 04 or practice math and help with homework and studying.
Sponsors: Mr. Wojick
McEachern Ladies of Unity: To provide mentoring to young ladies through community service, peer tutoring.
Sponsors: Ms. Wattley
National Honor Society: To recognize students with a 3.75 GPA or higher, to provide scholarship information and service opportunities. Activities include Must Ministries, Kennesaw Trail Cleanup and Induction Ceremony.
Sponsors: Ms. Roma
Philosophy Club: “To make men and women think”. Activities include meetings, debate, discussions and community service.
Sponsor: Mr. Cottingham
PRIDE: To promote awareness and understanding of individuals and diversity of student body. A place for students to have a support system for understanding sexuality orientation of themselves/others. Activities include bi-weekly meetings, discussions and day of silence.
Sponsor: Ms. Mayfield
Reading Team: Read from the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl list with the purpose of competing in the Reading Bowl.
Sponsor: Ms. Robbins
S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Decisions): To provide students with the best prevention tool possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking and other drug use, risky and impaired driving and other destructive decisions. Activities include Red ribbon Week; Click It or Ticket (fall and spring); Pre-Prom Pledge and safe driving.
Sponsor: Ms. Beck
Science and Nature Club: The purpose of this club is engage students in science based activities and explorations. Activities include work in greenhouse, help maintain Nature Center, participate in Adopt a Stream Program and Recycling.
Sponsor: Ms. Davis
Spanish Honor Club: To recognize academic achievement in Spanish. Activities include meetings, induction ceremony and ice cream socials.
Sponsors: Ms. Riley
Student Council: Promote leadership skills, school involvement and community service. Activities include Homecoming Spirit Week, Spirit Week, Community Service at Animal shelter, Prom, Teacher Appreciation gifts, Back to School Bash and Senior Week activities.
Sponsors: Ms. Caylor
Student Council (12th) Sarah Holcomb
Student Council (11th) Jennifer Roma
Student Council (10th) Britt Cottingham
Student Council (9th) Katherine Daniel
Tri-M Music Honor Society: International music honor society for high school students of Orchestra, Chorus and Band. It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical talents. Activities include community service projects, scholarship fund, and annual Tri-M performance.
Sponsor: Ms. Floyd
Video Gamers’ Club: Introduce new ways to network through similar interests such as video games. Improve public speaking skills and allowing students an outlet. Activities include discussions on gaming, consoles, etc., bi-weekly meetings a year of age appropriate parent permission video gaming.
Sponsor: Ms. Mayfield
Visit us at Video Gamer’s Club website.