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  • Clubs and Activities

    Name of Club or OrganizationSponsor(s) Email ContactBrief Explanation of Club or OrganizationMeeting DayMeeting TimeMeeting Location
    AFJROTC drill team and color guardjohn.nilan@pgcps.org & noland.garrett@pgcps.orgdrill team and color guard practice for performances in competitions and demonstrationsTuesday, Thursday2:45:00 PMrm a153
    AFRICAN STUDENT ASSOCIATIONheather.piccottbryan@pgcps.orgStudents from various cultures participate in school activities. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday3:00:00 PMAuditorium lobby
    Chemathon Clubjulita.robles@pgcps.org, nadisha.clayton @pgcps.org, doria.dejesusjimenez@pgcps.org An organization of Chemistry students who will have unique opportunity to experience chemistry beyond classroom which will primarily be preparing to compete in the annual Chemathon at the end of the school year.
    Tuesday, Thursday A109
    Class of 2023brian.wenk@pgcps.org & chris.wenchel@pgcps.orgDevelop grade level camaraderie & synergy as students participate in fundraising, compete in school-wide events & especially serve our community!Monday, Wednesday2:45:00 PMRm. 237
    Dancing Diamonds (band dancers)jasonreid250@gmail.comBand dancersMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday2:45:00 PMNew building
    Divine Bluezamber.abbott@pgcps.org, sydneyt247@gmail.comFlag teamTuesday, Thursday2:45:00 PMNew building
    Drama Clubfhammond@pgpcs.orgWe produce plays for after school performances.Monday, Tuesday, Thursday2:45:00 AMThe Black Box also known as B107
    Envirothon and Green ClubNadisha.clayton@pgcps.org Tuesday, Thursday2:30:00 PMMy room for Envirothon A148/ Ms. Gallagher's room
    Envirothon Clubnadisha.clayton@ pgcps.org, julita.robles@pgcps.orgEnvirothon combines in-class curriculum and outdoor training, helping students to learn more about aquatic ecology, forestry, soil & land use, wildlife, and current environmental issues. Students will be prepared to join in the annual environmentally themed academic competition.Tuesday, Thursday A148
    Green Teamjulita.robles@pgcps.org
    nadisha.clayton@pgcps.org
    Organization of hardworking students dedicated to fostering a culture of sustainability, participate in outreach and community service. Tuesday, Thursday Ms. Gallagher/Clayton's classroom
    Green Team/Recycling ClubElizabeth.Gallagher@pgcps.orgAddress school recycling and Green School responsibilities. Prepare for Envirothon Contest. Promote Green awareness in the school and the community.Tuesday, Thursday2:30:00 PMRoom 250, Ms. Gallagher
    Indian Pakistani Student AssociationSuchitra.moneyhan@pgcps.orgExploration of Indian & Pakistani culture and traditions, celebration of festivals etc.Monday2:30:00 PMTemp # 406
    Korean Culture and Language Club (KCLC)jackline.kim@pgcps.orgBuilding up cultural awareness and language skillsThursday2:30:00 PM#404
    LHS Singerskevin.lewis@pgcps.orgThe Laurel High School Singers is the top vocal performing group and by audition only. We perform a wide variety of music including Inspirational/Gospel! Class requirement associated with after school activity. Wednesday2:45:00 PMB133
    Library Clubli.kwendeachirimofor@pgcps.orgIt is a club about book. Students are assigned particular books to read and have a group review. Also, most club members assist me in the library, when they canMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday In the Library. Most os the time, we meet on nearly daily bases, and before school
    Makossa Dance club.li.kwendeachirimofor@pgcps.orgIt is a predominantly dance group, and one of the dances of the indigenous tribes in Cameron is called Makossa.Monday Library Media Center
    Marching band/drumlineamber.abbott@pgcps.orgEnsemble that performs at football games and homecoming parade, open to anyone! (meeting day TBD) 2:45:00 PMBand room (B138)
    Mock Trialbrian.wenk@pgcps.orgFormed to hone students' acumen with drafting legal briefs, composing witness questions & delivering legal arguments in simulated/mock civil & criminal lawsuits in courtroom settings. Students also develop greater comprehension of state & federal laws, legal proceedings & nuances therein.Tuesday, Thursday2:45:00 PMRm. 237
    National Art Honor SocietyKevin.Holder@pgcps.org
    annette.williams@pgcps
     Tuesday2:45:00 PMRoom 120
    Peer Forward/College Summitbrian.wenk@pgcps.orgTo groom senior & junior peer leaders who'll, in turn, train & facilitate fellow students' navigation of the college/university research, application (including the integral essay), & acceptance process; ultimately, they'll help foster a college-bound culture at LHS.Tuesday8:15:00 AMRm. 237 (Meetings will occur bi-weekly during my 1B planning period.
    Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Societydale.brennan@pgcps.orgAcademic recognition for Juniors and Seniors who have excelled in the social sc  A201
    School Literary Magazine Rian.Reed@pgcps.orgDesign 2 Literacy Magazines Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday2:45:00 AMRoom 150
    SGA (Sophomore Class Sponsor) rian.reed@pgcps.orgAdvise Sophomore Class in hosting class events and fundraising. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday2:45:00 PMRoom 150
    Skills USAgina.simpson@pgcps.orgNational Professional development club whic supports and nutures the CTE students. It includes conferences, workshops and competitionsThursday, Friday1:30:00 PMroom 262
    Spanish Clubmiriam.duany@pgcps.orgThe Club basically gather Spanish speaking students to help and support international night, volunteer with Spanish speaking community, dance or any other activity to attract the latino population.Monday3:00:00 PMRoom 141
    Spanish Honor Societyfrancois.kouo@pgcps.org Wednesday2:45:00 PMRoom 244
    Yearbook, National Art Honor Societykevin.holder@pgcps.org/ annette.williams@pgcps.orgCreate and design the yearbook for the senior class/ Perform art related duties around the schoolMonday, Tuesday, Thursday3:04:00 PMRoom 120