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Preparation for World Awareness Days

Preparation for World Awareness Days

Kyna Fitzpatrick, Staffer

March 20, 2015

National World Awareness day was created by the Government, that helps spread awareness about important issues that are all over the world on a national level or an international level. World Awareness presentations are next week on Mar. 26,and 27. Students who wanted to participate in the event ...

First Priority Club

First Priority Club

Loralee Bandy, Staffer

March 12, 2015

First Priority meets Wednesday mornings from 7:00 to 7:30 in room I-36 and Thursdays after school until 4:00pm in room II-108. First Priority is a club for both Christians and non-Christians alike to learn more about the faith and work together to do service for their community. Each day, meetings are ...

Next Generation Voices Club

Next Generation Voices Club

Kaylee Long, Editor

January 26, 2015

Next Generation Voices, also known as NGV,  is a club at Smoky that is dedicated to informing the community about the Asian culture and dispelling stereotypes. Every Green Monday, the club meets to discuss projects and community service. “We want to to get rid of stereotypes, but [we] also want t...

P.U.L.L Club

Elena Muniz, Staffer

December 17, 2014

Smoky Hill students have started a new club which helps all kinds of students get into the school spirit. P.U.L.L club, which stands for passion, unity, leadership and learning, is a student-run club that promotes students to change the school and community attitudes to be more positive and interactive. Junior...

Distributing Backpacks

Distributing Backpacks

Stephanie Braun, Staffer

February 21, 2014

Wednesday Morning, First Priority handed out string backpacks to students. "We're raising awareness about all the car accidents that happen and about safety that needs to happen,” Caitlin Wagner, First Priority club member, said. Approximately 300 kids from the age of 14-16 are hit by cars every year....

New Sponsor for Duct Tape Club

New Sponsor for Duct Tape Club

Devin Guttman, Staffer

January 15, 2014

Art teacher Jennifer Funell is no longer the sponsor of Duct Tape club. The new sponsor, math teacher Cynthia Tait, was asked by one of the students to take over after Funell resigned. Freshman, Rachel Hearn said she enjoyed the club very much and was disappointed to learn that there might not be a Du...

Duct Tape Club

Devin Guttman, Staffer

January 10, 2014

There are many popular clubs at Smoky hill high school, but Duct Tape club, however, is not very well known. Duct Tape club is not a competitive club, it is all for fun. During the club, students would make dresses, and other accessories completely out of tape. Duct Tape club is one of the few art clubs...

FCCLA

FCCLA

Kyna Fitzpatrick, Staffer

January 8, 2014

FCCLA meets in room II-701 after school on Mondays from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. FCCLA stands for Family Career Community Leaders of America and focuses on community service to help different types of families. There are two sections of FCCLA that students can participate in: the in-class section, an...

Amnesty International

Jazmin Duren, Staffer

January 6, 2014

Amnesty International Club is modeled after the Amnesty International Program which was founded by the United Nations. The main objective of the club is to support human rights.  “We all have thirty human rights under the Declaration Of Human Rights,” three-year club participant Haley Jacelon sai...

A Mix of All

Estefano Cedeno Gonzalez, Staffer

December 11, 2013

Digital Evolutions is a program offered as a club, primarily focused on expanding students’ knowledge and skills as independent learners and leaders. “It’s a creative open studio with tools to explore students’ individual passions,” Cornell, the technology teacher and sponsor of the club, said...

Ambassadors of SHHS

Ambassadors of SHHS

Kaylee Long, Editor

December 6, 2013

Ambassadors of SHHS is a club dedicated to bettering the community. “We’re a community service club, so our main focus is to [volunteer at] events around the community and school,”senior Danielle Pukansky, the student president of the club, said. They do one big volunteering project every quarter, and...

Philosophy Club Discussions

Jazmin Duren, Staffer

November 20, 2013

Social Studies teacher Stephen Fernandes sponsors the Philosophy Club every Friday from 2:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. in room I-455. The students are currently reading “Cutting Through Spiritual Maternalism: An Introduction to Buddhism” by Chogyam Trungpa. The students use books to get their discussions...

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