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Student Clubs

You want to start a club???

Thank you for your interest in wanting to start a Monte Vista Club. As you plan the structure of the club please keep in mind that all ASB clubs and organizations exist to meet the co-curricular needs of Monte Vista Students, to enhance self-esteem, and to provide involvement for our student body. Furthermore, please remember that approved clubs MUST meet the following guidelines:

ASB Club Requirements
 Must have an advisor (certificated staff member)
 Must have a current ASB Charter application and constitution on file
 Conduct all club meetings and activities with the club advisor present
 Follow the fiscal guidelines established by FICMAT
 Must meet on regular basis, at least once a month
 Must take and turn in meeting minutes (hard copy to the counseling office)
 Must have a representative officer at all inter-club meetings (1 per quarter)
 Must work with advisor to reserve facilities and plan any activities/fundraisers on campus.
 Must operate under the regulation of Student Government

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Publish your Club Activities

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Clubs 2018

Club Name Advisor
Akili Reed
American Cancer Society Brooks
Applied Investment Mgmt Blandino 
Around the World Seidenverg
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Allen 
Asian Student Union  Seidenverg
Autism Awareness Perez
Beach Volleyball  Mello 
Biotech  Long 
Black Student Union  Brooks
Bring Change to Mind  Gilmour
Camp Allegro Cloyd
Car Club  Laurence 
Cheesy Food Brooks 
Chemistry  Taylor 
Chess Club Le Bouder
Christian  Iglesias 
Collection for Change Chrzanowski
Cranes for Hope Fellers
Cupcakes for K9s  Lamp 
Cure SMA Estevez
Current Affairs Carlson
Cyber Patriot Anwar
D & D Long
Dancing Without Limits Connors
Danville Closet  Philapil
Data Science Anwar
Designer Connor 
Drama Club  Connor 
Dude Be Nice  Dolim 
emBody Politic Utchen
Entrepreneurs of the Future Blankenberg
Environment Awareness Brix 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Iglesias 
Footsteps to Fight Cummins 
Foreign Music  Le Bouder
French Honor Society Sass
Friends of Special Olympics  Brix 
Funk Band  Cloyd
Gender Sexual Alliance  Slipka
George Mark Childrens House Henry 
Gift  Long 
Girls and Guys Who Code  Getty
Got Water? Bruss
Graphic Design  Johnson 
Greenpeace Henry 
Harry Potter Dolim 
Hearts of Service  Estevez
Home for the Holidays  Chrzanowski
I Am That Girl Beamish 
Interact Kerr
InvenTeam Rakestraw
Journalism  Crawford 
Key Club Zhebel
Kids Against Hunger  Lum
Korean Culture Carson
Ladki Love Trisko
Leaders at Heart  Olson
LibroShare  Johnson 
Literary Magazine Drummond
Lucile Packard Childrens Hospital  Olson
Mixed Student Union Spilker
Model United Nations  Johnson 
Monte Vista March for our Lives  Trisko
Monte Vista Mastane Kendall
Monte Vista Red Cross Spilker
MTG Long
Moviemaking Long
Music Outreach Cloyd
Muslim Student Assoc Schikora
MV Anime Club Nishimoto
MV Gaming Club  Pena
MV Investment Club Kindley
MV Science Bowl Club  Getty 
Mv Stand Up to Cancer  Laurence 
National Honors Society Henehan
National Spanish Honor Society  Estevez 
One Box for Hope Soucy
Outdoors Dolim 
Paper Airplanes Kerr
Peace to the Middle East  Chemaly
Persian Club Seidenverg 
Ping Pong  Kerr
Pledge To Humanity Carlson 
Pre-med/dental Brix 
Profession Connection Brooks
Quiz bowl Gilcrist 
Red Tie Robotics Johnson 
Rock/ Metal  Chrzanowski
Science Alliance  Jensen 
Science Fair  Taylor 
SEWA Beamish 
Slavic History Club Seidenverg
Soles 4 Souls  Reed
Spanish Anime Club  Fernandez
Spanish Honor Society Estevez
Speech and Debate  Matley
Social Club Jarrett
STEM  Anwar 
Study Studio  Utchen 
Supporting Diversity in STEM Baskerville
Taiwanese  Pang
Talent Show For A Cause Pena 
Tea Appreciation and Current Events  Bowling 
Ted-Ed Club  Varon 
Training for Emergencies Mello 
Ultimate Frisbee Getty
UNICEF Seidenverg
Venture Blandino 
Vitas Healthcare Utchen
Voice For Animals Shotwell
White Pony Express  Giovanola
Women in STEM Taylor 
Women's Empowerment  Beamish 
Wounded Warrior Project Jones
Youdescribe Abramson
Youth and Government Brooks

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