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Joining an organization gives you more than a bullet point on your resume. It gives you lifelong memories and friendships.

high school clubs

Student government is an entity that was created to provide students the experience and training in the democratic form of the government. This group of students is charged with the duty of continuously expanding and coordinating a program of student activities, to stimulate interest and support in the development, assessment and execution of educational, social, cultural and recreational programs, to develop communication amongst students, administration and faculty. In effect, to represent the best interests of the general student body. 

Contact karen.jones@fmcsd.org or heather.harter@fmcsd.org for more information. 

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character.

Contact tracy.madsen@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

Contact sarah.kohl@fmcsd.org or shalisse.johnston@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Combining the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. The FIRST Robotics Competition is the ultimate Sport for the Mind, and the hardest fun you’ll ever have.

Under strict rules, limited resources, and an intense six-week time limit, teams must raise funds, use teamwork skills, design, build, program, and test industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors.

It’s as close to real-world engineering as a high school student can get.

Contact shalisse.johnstun@fmcsd.org for more information or visit cyberhounds.org

FFA is an intracurricular student organization for those interested in agriculture and leadership. It is one of the three components ofagricultural education.

What do the letters FFA stand for?

The official name of the organization is the National FFA Organization.

The letters “FFA” stand for Future Farmers of America. These letters are a part of our history and our heritage that will never change. But FFA is not just for students who want to be production farmers; FFA also welcomes members who aspire to careers as teachers, doctors, scientists, business owners and more. For this reason, the name of the organization was updated in 1988 after a vote of national convention delegates to reflect the growing diversity and new opportunities in the industry of agriculture.

Contact bonnie.peterson-slee@fmcsd.org for more information. 

The yearbook is a publication that reflects the events and lives of people involved with a school during that given year. Students in yearbook not only product the school’s yearbook, but also take part in news related content, school activities, and additional coursework. 

Contact ingrid.brownlee@fmcsd.org for more information. 

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

Contact liz.weisinger@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact clint.kobelt@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact brad.benge@fmcsd.org for more information.

FCA is a non-denominational Christian sports ministry that focuses on Coaches, Campus, Camp and Community ministry.

Contact michelle.crandell@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Athletic enhancement gives students the opportunity to enhance their skills. This training typically occurs outside of practice and/or outside of season. 

Contact derek.doherty@fmcsd.org for more information.

This group is interested in STEM principles and meets daily during TST. They plan challenges, teach others how to use items such as the Virtual Reality Oculus, 3D printers and other Makerspace tools. They also oversee the running of the Makerspace.

This club’s purpose is to share and stimulate a love of reading in the high school. Not only do they meet to discuss books they’ve read but also make decisions about library purchases and oversees library fundraisers. 

Please contact your guidance counselor for more information. 

Contact sara.ljungkull@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact dana.smith@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact randy.sissel@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact randy.sissel@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact carol.hotop@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact carol.hotop@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact karen.jones@fmcsd.org for more information. 

Contact karen.jones@fmcsd.org for more information. 

middle school clubs

Please contact Jessie Frank for more information: jessie.frank@fmcsd.org

For more information on leadership positions please contact: 

Stephanie Dobson: stephanie.dobson@fmcsd.org

Melissa Helt:  melissa.helt@fmcsd.org

PACK stands for Proud, Authentic, Courageous, and Kind. For more information on PACK and leadership positions please contact: 

Stephanie Dobson: stephanie.dobson@fmcsd.org

Melissa Helt:  melissa.helt@fmcsd.org

Please contact Todd Prunty for more information: todd.prunty@fmcsd.org

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