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SGHS CLUBS

 

THE FOLLOWING CLUBS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR RECOGNITION AT SGHS. ALL CLUBS AND EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ARE VOLUNTARY, WITH PARENTS HAVING THE RIGHT TO NOTIFY THE SCHOOL IF YOU DO NOT WANT YOUR CHILD TO PARTICIPATE.

 

South Greene High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities. Complaint managers are the Assistant Director of Schools and the Secondary Supervisor for Greene County Schools, 910 W. Summer Street, Greeneville, TN 37743. Phone number is 423-639-4194.
South Greene High School no discrimina en la basis de color, origin de nacionalidad, sexo, disabilidad o edad en sus programas o actividades. Los encargados de quejas son El Asistente Director de Escuelas y El Supervisor Secondario por Greene County Escuelas, 910 W. Summer Street, Greeneville, TN 37743. Numero de Telefono 423-639-4194.

Day 1:

SADD 9 AND 10 CLUB (Students Against Destructive Decisions) (for 9th and 10th grades combined)

PURPOSE: To provide students prevention and intervention tools dealing with issues of underage drinking, drunk driving, drug abuse, and other destructive decisions.

SPONSORS: Mr. Cutshaw, Mrs. Overholt, Mrs. Wilhoit

DUES: $2.00

MEETING LOCATION: Gym

 

SADD 11 AND 12 CLUB (Students Against Destructive Decisions) (for 11th and 12th grades combined)

PURPOSE: To provide students prevention and intervention tools dealing with issues of underage drinking, drunk driving, drug abuse, and other destructive decisions.

SPONSORS: Ms. Shelton and Mrs. Shaw

DUES: $10.00 for Seniors and $5.00 for Juniors

MEETING LOCATION: Room 204

 

Day 2:

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

PURPOSE: To provide agricultural science and leadership activities for interested students who are enrolled either 1st or 2nd semester in an agricultural class. Students compete in team and individual competitions and attend state and national conventions. For more information, visit the website www.southgreene.ffanow.org.

SPONSORS: Mr. Harrison and Mr. Meadows

DUES: $12.00

MEETING LOCATION: Agricultural classroom

 

DECA

PURPOSE: To prepare emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

SPONSOR: Mr. Hartman

DUES: $15.00

MEETING LOCATION: Room 221

 

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

PURPOSE: To provide service and social activities that focus on equipping, empowering, and encouraging members to make a difference for Christ. Students do not have to be on an athletic team to participate.

SPONSORS: Mrs. Neas, Mr. Gregg, and Mr. Phillips

DUES: $5.00

MEETING LOCATION: Room 220

 

Day 3:

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)

PURPOSE: To help prepare students for careers in business related fields, with students participating in regional leadership conventions and competitions.

SPONSOR: Mr. Dyer

DUES: $10.00

MEETING LOCATION: 219

 

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)

PURPOSE: To promote leadership in the community, strengthen families, and provide research in career opportunities for interested students currently or previously enrolled in family and consumer sciences.

SPONSOR: Ms. Barnett

DUES: $12

MEETING LOCATION: Room 205

 

LETTER CLUB

PURPOSE: To provide social and service activities for student who have attained an athletic or band letter.

SPONSORS: Mrs. Hawk, Mr.Jones, and Mr. Hoese

DUES: $2.00

MEETING LOCATION: Gym

 

 

 

 

Other Organizations/Programs/Activities

 

National Honor Society recognizes students with high academic excellence. It is open to second semester sophomores, juniors, and seniors who attain a G.P.A of 3.4 or higher, and there is a one-time fee of $15. Students must apply for membership, and the sponsors are Mrs. Kesterson and Ms. Wright. NHS meets as needed.

Student Council members are elected from each grade level. The purpose is to conduct service projects, increase student morale, and make selected decisions for the student body. This organization meets as needed, with most projects completed after school and weekends. Mrs. Shaw and Mr. Leon are the sponsors.

 

Art Club will be conducted for interested students after school in room 104, under the direction of Mrs. Bowman, art teacher. School and community beautification projects will be completed in a group setting. Students do not need to be enrolled in an art class in order to participate.

National History Day is a competitive academic team that develops historical exhibits, websites, dramas, research papers or documentaries. Competitions are held in the spring at the regional, state, and national levels. Mrs. Smith is the sponsor, with dues of $15.00. Meetings are in room 106.

Round Robin is made up of eight junior and senior students who compete with other local high schools. Questions range from Math, English, History, and other topics. This competition takes place in the spring, with the staff selecting the team. Ms. Shelton is the sponsor.

 

Academic Booster Club is open to students, parents, and community members who are interested in promoting and recognizing students who excel in academics. Meetings are held at night. The ABC sponsors the awards program that is held each spring at night.

Athletic Booster Club is open to students, parents, and community members who are interested in supporting the athletic teams. Meetings are held at night.

Band Booster Club is open to students, parents, and community members who are interested in supporting the band program. Meetings are held at night.