Activities & Clubs

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(530) 222-6601, Ext. 12109
Staff Advisor

Tami Watson
(530) 222-6601, Ext. 12108

Staff Advisor

Every Thursday
Meeting Dates
 
During Lunch
Meeting Time

Room 108
Meeting Location

Club Description:
Established in 1995, EHS Art Club has been a dynamic and continuously evolving club. Our activities are determined yearly upon the membership’s strengths and interests and the needs of the community. We have created many projects for community organizations, ranging from signs and banners to dinner center pieces, a painted snowplow, holiday backdrops, stage drops for Cascade Theater, sculptural chairs, community murals, and exhibitions in our own EHS Art Gallery. Annual events include face-painting at home football games, holiday window painting at the Redding Municipal Airport, club tables at the Victorian Dinner, advanced students participation in the National Portfolio Review and at least one field trip to San Francisco or Sacramento art museums. Students need not be enrolled in art classes or consider themselves artists; they need only to want to be involved in the visual environment to be an EHS Art Club member.
 

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(530) 222-6601, Ext. 12027
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Course Description:
The Associated Student Body (ASB) is a student organization and class that is designed for the student interested in learning basic concepts of democratic government, leadership skills, parliamentary procedures, group processes, leadership practice, planning, and organization in practical school situations. Students in ASB are responsible for, but not limited to, Football Homecoming Week, Basketball Homecoming Week, Junior & Senior Proms, Blood Drives, Talent Show, Academic & Athletic Recognition Programs, Spirit Wear Sales, Class Activities, and the Club Fair. Each student in ASB holds a specified position within the organization, which they receive through election or appointment. Students interested in joining this dynamic class must submit an application, be interviewed, and receive favorable teacher recommendations. The application process will coincide with preregistration dates that occur in February. If you have questions about the class, please speak to Mrs. G.
 
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(530) 222-6601 ext. 12125
Staff Advisor
 

1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month
Meeting Dates

Lunch Time
Meeting Time

Room 125
Meeting Location

Club Description:
To become a member, students must have a minimum of 10 points per application. Membership enrollment is every semester, with a copy of the prior semester's transcripts attached to the application. There is a five-dollar fee that covers the costs of State Membership for our chapter with the California Registrar, as well as the graduating class' cords and pins. 

For students who maintain membership status for four out of six semesters in high school; beginning the second semester of Sophomore year, with at least one semester in the senior year, students are considered "Life Members." Students who maintain membership status for six out of six semesters in high school, students are considered "100% Members."

The club's purpose is to, "foster high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of students of the senior high schools in California" (CSF Handbook). Examples of community service include student mentoring, assisting members in the community through food and clothing drives, working with Haven Humane, and baking cookies for our Veterans. Students also independently assist others through coaching, assisting with College Quest, working with the elderly, volunteering at the hospitals and daycare centers, etc. Students also are involved in other High School clubs, such as ASB, Club Interact, Key Club, Friday Night Live, and E-Crew. Members use these experiences to hone leadership skills and develop a sense of civic duty in our community. Students may use these experiences for resumes and college applications.
 

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(530) 222-6601 ext.12063
Staff Advisor

TBA
Meeting Dates

TBA
Meeting Time

Room 71
Meeting Location

Club Description:

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(530) 222-6601, Ext. 12124
Staff Advisor
 

Tuesdays & Thursdays
Meeting Dates

During Lunch
Meeting Time

Room 124
Meeting Location


Club Description:
Drama serves as a place to promote the history of theatre and appreciation for the art of acting and presenting plays.  Discussion of which plays to perform and even comparisons of plays to their film counterparts.
 

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(530) 222-6601 ext. 12070
Staff Advisor


1st & 3rd Thursday of each month
Meeting Dates

7:00 am
Meeting Time

Room 70
Meeting Location


Club Description:
Established in 2009, E-Crew is formally known as Link Crew.

Link Crew is a high school transition program that welcomes freshmen and makes them feel comfortable throughout the first year of their high school experience. Built on the belief that students can help students succeed, Link Crew trains members of the junior and senior classes to be Link Leaders. As positive role models, Link Leaders are motivators, leaders, and teachers who guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during the transition to high school and help facilitate freshman success.
 

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(530) 246-7030
Staff Advisor

2nd Tuesday of each month

Meeting Dates

6:00 pm
Meeting Time

District Farm
Meeting Location

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

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(530) 222-6601 ext. 12046
Staff Advisor

2nd & 3rd Monday of each month
Meeting Dates

Lunch Time

Meeting Time

Room 46
Meeting Location

Club Description:
Key Club is an international student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership both within their community and beyond.

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(530) 222-6601 ext. 12055
Staff Advisor

2nd Thursday of each month
Meeting Dates

During Lunch
Meeting Time

Room 55
Meeting Location

Club Description:
Savor the Flavor Culinary Club is a club designed to give students the opportunity in serving our school supporting events, community service, and fundraising for Culinary Trips; Disney World in May 2017 and France in June 2018. The club is open to 9-12 grade and you do not have to be enrolled in a Culinary Class.

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Students of the Month are selected by each department for being outstanding students and citizens. 
 

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We Not Me Club
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Jill Hardy & Tonya Waterman
(530) 222-6601 ext. 12523
Staff Advisor

TBA
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TBA
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TBA
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(530) 222-6601 ext.12063
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