Clubs

SHS Clubs

SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) SADD students will help with Trick or Treat, Red Ribbon Week and Prom Pledge.  Email bonnie.flynn@gozeps.org if you would like to join this club.

 

Student Council (voted on by each class)  Student Council helps with the homecoming and sweetheart dances.

 

FFA (Eric VanFleet & Matt Wentworth)  FFA is a student organization for all students enrolled in an agriculture course.  All of our agriculture students are FFA members.  FFA gives students the opportunity to participate in leadership development events, trips, conventions, and contests.

 

NHS (National Honor Society) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.  These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.  Students are granted membership into Shenandoah’s Chapter of the National Honor Society in November of each year.  Each potential applicant is provided an application packet based on his/her grade point average.  Members are selected by a committee.  This committee reviews each applicant’s packet and considers the experience in each of the four pillars: scholarship, service, leadership, and character.  To review the rubric, please see Mrs. Gaydos or Mrs. Warner.

 

Ski Club:  Ski Club is exactly how it sounds, a club that goes skiing!  Each year in January, the Ski Club takes 5 trips to Mansfield where they ski at Snow Trails.  Snow Trails is a smaller ski resort, which allows beginning skiers to gain experience they need to move on to bigger runs.  Students are required to purchase his/her own passes and complete a lesson if this is his/her first experience skiing.  For more information, see Mrs. Gaydos.

 

Service Club (Lisa King & Nellie Easterling)  Service Club is a community service-based club.  We do community service projects in and around our school.  Service Club is a volunteer organization in which students work at events when they are available.  In order to sign up, you need to listen to announcements and attend meetings when they are scheduled.

 

GSA (Tricia LePage)  GSA is a  group whose mission is to promote tolerance and acceptance throughout the school community and to provide a safe, non-judgmental space as a support network for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Straight youth who share a common vision of social equality.

 

Theatre Club (Tricia LePage) Students can participate in theatre activities after school and be a part of the stage productions as back stage participants and some minor roles.  The club is hopeful that students will enjoy their experience and join theatre classes along the way.  Depending on enrollment of club outside of class members as well, we would like to have additional productions throughout the year.

 

Book Club (Tricia LePage) is for students who are interested in reading like-minded books and have discussions in an afterschool program weekly or monthly.

 

FCS is a Fellowship of Christian Students. Come for a short devotional, game, and a snack on Tuesday from 3-4 in Mrs. Winland’s room.  See Mrs. Winland for details.

 

Golf Club (Justin Rich)  Golf is the closest game to the game we call life. You get bad shots, you get good breaks from bad shots… but you have to play the ball where it lies.” - Bobby Jones

Golf is a lifelong activity that promotes dedication, self control, and focus. The game of golf teaches players the importance of understanding what variables you can control and what you cannot. For young people, golf provides implicit lessons that are applicable to all aspects of life; honesty, fairness, teamwork, hard-work, improvisation, and adaptation. From an educational perspective, golf is an art that the most skilled golfers incorporate math skills to determine distances, trajectory, slope, and probability to be successful. Golf courses and golf course management are testaments to agriculture and wildlife habitat conservation. Golf courses provide sustainable micro-ecosystems that are maintained and flourished through agronomy.

To become a member of the Golf Club, see Mr. Rich.

 

Esports: The world of competitive, organized video gaming. Competitors from different schools face off in the same games that are popular with at-home gamers: Fortnite, Overwatch, Rocket League, Super Smash Brothers and Valorant.  If you are interested, please email Aedan Theobald.

 

Varsity Sports:  If anyone is interested in any of the following sports, please see Mr. Sholtis.

              Football

              Volleyball

              Cross Country

              Boys Basketball

              Girls Basketball

              Wrestling

              Cheer

              Baseball

              Softball

              Track & Field