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Student Clubs

Club List for 2019 - 2020 

Club Name

Staff Adviser
American Cancer Society
Anime
Ms. Nishimoto
Ms. Nishimoto
App Development Mr. Brooks
Applied Investment Management Mr. Blandino
Art Therapy Ms.  Perruso
Artificial Intell &Machine Learning Mr. Allen
Asian Student Union Mr. Henry
Black Student Union (BSU)  Mr. Brooks
Book Club Ms. Laurence
Bring Change to Mind Ms. Gilmour
Business Club  Mr. Kindley
Calif Immigrant Youth Justice  Mr. Ross
Calif Scholarship Fed (CSF)  Dr. Ahern
Camp Allegro Mr. Cloyd
Car Club Ms. Laurence
Chemistry Club Mr. Taylor
Chess Club Ms. Dolim
Christian Club Ms. Tegeler
Conservatives Club Mr. Jones
Crafts for a Cause Mr. Brooks
Cranes for Hope Sra Fellers
Crementum Ms.Seidenverg
Cupcakes for K9s Mrs. Lamp
Cure SMA Sra Estevez
Cybperpatriots Ms. Anwar
Dancing Without Limits Ms. Frumenti
Data4Good California Ms. Anwar
Dine With Friends Mr. Philapil
Doctors Without Borders Ms. Le Bouder
Drama Club Mr. Connor
Dude be Nice Club Mr. Stewart
Dungeons and Dragons Mr. Long
Earth and Space Science Ms. Agarwal
Entrepreneurs of the Future Mr. Mendoza
Environmental Awareness Ms. Brix
Equine Assisted Therapy Mr. Soucy
FBLA Mr. Brooks
Fellowship of Christian Athletes Ms. Tegeler
For the Love of Music Ms. Drummond
French Club Ms. Sass
French Honor Society Ms. Sass
Friends of Special Olympics Ms. Brix
Gaming Club Mr. Kindley
Garden Club Ms. Costello
Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA)  Ms. Slipka
Girls Who Code Mr. Pena
Give It Forward Today (GIFT) Club Ms. Perusso
Green LifeBodyMind Mr. Connor
Greenpeace  Mr. Henry
Harry Potter Club Ms. Trisko
Hearts of Service Sra Estevez
Home for the Holidays Ms. Chrzanowski
Hour of Code Club Dr. Mattia-Varon
Indian Culture Ms. Anwar
Interact Club Mrs.Kerr
Jeep Club Ms. Mello
Jewish Club Ms. Laurence
Journalism Club Ms. Crawford
Key Club Mr. Philapil
Latino Student Union Ms. Tria
Learning Outreach Mr. Brooks
Literary Magazine Ms. Drummond
Magic The Gathering (MTG)  Mr. Long
Make A Wish Ms. Chrzanowski
March for Our Lives Ms. Trisko
Mastane Ms. Chrzanowski
Math Club  Mr. Allen
Mountain Biking Club Ms. Mello
Moviemaking Mr. Soucy
Mukbang Ms. Anwar
Music Outreach Club Mr. Cloyd
Muslim Student Association Ms. Perruso
National Honor Society (NHS)  Ms. Henehan
National Spanish Honor Society Ms. Estevez
Never Split the Difference Mrs. Chemaly
NGN Club Ms. Anwar
Odyssey of the Mind Mrs. Giovanola
Oliva's RADD DANCE CLUB Ms. Connors
One Book Mr. Pena
Our Earth Mr. Henry
Paper Airplanes Club Ms. Perruso
Ping Pong Mrs. Kerr
Pledge to Humanity Ms. Carlson
Poetry Friday Dr. Cosca
Pre-Dental/Med Ms. Brix
Project Smile Mr. Brooks
Protecting Our Oceans Mr. Callerame
Radio Club Ms. Johnson
Red Cross Ms. Seidenverg
Red Tie Robotics Mr. Johnson
Revolutionary Club Ms. Nishimoto
Rowing Club Ms. McElhattan
Save the Hearts Ms. Anwar
Science Alliance Club Mr. Jensen
Science Bowl Mr. Getty
Science Fair Mr. Taylor
Sewa Club Mrs. Seidenverg
She's the First Club Ms. Trisko
Slam Poetry Ms. Laurence
Social Club Ms. Jarrett
Souper Club Ms. Franco
Speech and Debate Mr. Matley
Student Health Club Ms. Melio
Student Union
Study Studio 
Mrs. Chemaly
Ms. Nishimoto 
Succulent Society Mrs. Alm
Super Smash Mr. Pena
Surfrider Club Ms. Lamp
Ultimate Frisbee Mr. Getty
UNICEF Club  Ms. Fellers
United Nations Club Mr. Brooks
Venture Club Mr. Blandino
Vitas Healthcare Mr. Rossi
We "Heart" Water Mr. Getty
We Bee Planting Club Ms. Olson
Women's Empowerment Ms. Trisko
Young Americans for Freedom Mr. Cosca
Youth in Government Mr. Brooks
Youth Neuro (IYNA) Club Ms. Griffin
Youthdescribe Mr. Abramson
Youthivism Ms. Chrzanowski

Get the word out about clubs

Mustangs- do you want to get the word out about your Club meetings or activities?  This is how to do it!

1:  Go viral:  Contact montevistaTV@gmail.com if you have an idea for a Tuesday video or video announcement. 

2:  Think ahead:  If you have a project like a drive make the announcement in the big Weekly Bulletin sent every Monday.   It stays on the website news for a whole week and  is the spot for bigger projects that students and parents and staff need to look ahead.  These announcements are due by Friday afternoon. 

3.  Announcements:  Do you have a club meeting?  These announcements are made on the day of the meeting.  Submit your details by noon the day before to make sure it is included.   Submit announcements through school loop as news or as a message to Mrs McFarland.  You can also email jmcfarland@srvusd.net  

5.  Photo op:  Submit a picture of your club to be posted on the webpage.

6.  Twitter Following?  Tweet a message about your club to @mvhslearns. 

7.  Facebook Fave?  Send a facebook message to the MVHS facebook page :   facebook

Starting a new 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 a regular basis, at least once a month 

  •  Must take and turn in meeting minutes (hard copy to the bookkeeping 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 FAILURE TO MEET THESE REQUIREMENTS COULD RESULT IN YOUR CLUB CHARTER BEING REVOKED. 

 

Please make sure to follow the following procedures for starting a new club! 

 

1. Get a “Starting a Club Packet” You may get a packet online on our website under “STUDENT CLUBS” or pick up a packet in the attendance office. Both new clubs and clubs renewing their charters need to complete the packet.

 

 2. Find an advisor. Each club MUST have an advisor who is familiar with the established procedures for working with A.S.B. The advisor has to be a current Monte Vista teacher. Make sure to inform the potential advisors that they will have to attend all club meetings and club organized activities (ex. Fundraisers). They will also be involved in writing of the club’s budget, if the club plans on fundraising. 

 

3. Fill out an “Application for ASB Charter” and write a constitution. The packet will include an application and procedure on how to write a constitution. Clubs will NOT be considered for ratification unless the application is fully completed and the constitution is written. Note that the faculty advisor’s signature is required on the application. Due Date: Tuesday, September 9th 

 

 4. Club Ratification – The Monte Vista Student Government must ratify all clubs and organizations. Applications will be reviewed by Ms. Pagano, Mr. Greenless, Zoe Damaschino (A.S.B President) and the ASB Clubs Chairs and will then be forwarded to the student government for ratification. All clubs will be informed of their status by Friday, September 13th. 

 

5. If your club is approved and ratified by the student government, you will be required to attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesday, September 17th in the Theater at Lunch. 

 

6. Approved clubs and organizations will be able to set up a table at the Clubs Fair scheduled on Friday, September 20th at Lunch. 

 

Good Luck!