FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America)
To promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner and community leader, members develop skills for life through–
- Character development
- Creative and critical thinking
- Interpersonal communication
- Practical knowledge and
- Career preparation
- FCCLA is the only in-school student organization with the family as its central focus
- FCCLA is a Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) that functions as an integral part of the family and consumer sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system
For more information, contact Mrs. Broste at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deutschklub (German Club)
Deutschklub (German Club) is for any and all students who are passionate about the German language and culture! You do not have to be taking German to be in the club.
Activities will include:
- learning some German
- exploring the arts: painting, literature, film, music, etc.
- participating in holiday celebrations
- discussions of German history
- learning about current events in the German speaking world
- Exploring language learning techniques, tools and technology
We will be meeting from 2:45-3:45 in my D-16 classroom, right near the front office (specific day of the week TBD)
For more information, contact Ms. Galbavy at: email@example.com
Math Counts consists of working on challenging, fun math problems AND participating in two math competitions against other schools throughout the year. The club’s first meeting is Monday, October 3rd. We will meet every Monday from 2:45 to 3:30 in Mrs. Taloumis' room (C05). All grades are welcome! Snacks will be provided. Be there, or be "x squared"!
For more information contact Mrs. Taloumis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WAVE is Webber Aerospace Ventures in Education. WAVE is Webber’s oldest-running club dating back to the first Mission in 1992. Modelled on NASA, student participants prepare for and complete a simulated space mission each Semester. Students will have an opportunity to join a number of Teams specializing in Life, Water, Geology, Journalism, Systems Engineering, Hospitality and Security, Satellite Engineering, and other fields. This club is almost entirely student-run, and supported by a strong alumni network. All Webber Panthers are welcome to join, and there is always a team which fits the interests of the student.
Students who sign up for the first time do so at the “Mission Specialist” level. There are no interviews or applications required. Once a student has completed one Mission, they become eligible for positions of greater leadership. Leadership positions, including Team Commander, Team Project Manager, Astronaut, Flight Director and Mission Director, are “unlocked” based on numbers of Missions completed and at which position. All students applying for a Project Manager, Astronaut or Director position, will need to sign up for an interview. An interview schedule will be set at an initial informational meeting at the beginning of each semester. If a student misses the initial sign up and is interested in becoming part of the WAVE Leadership Team, they should see Mr. Schroeder. Students may combine after-school activities such as Sports and Academic clubs and still participate in Wave
WAVE meets every Tuesday from 2:55-4:00 in the Tech Room (E01). There is a $40 fee associated with participation.
For more information contact Mr. Schroeder: email@example.com
Science Bowl is a team competition in which students pit their knowledge of Earth and Space Science, Life Science, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics against other schools in the region in a trivia style competition. High placement at the regional tournament qualify teams for the national tournament in Washington, D.C.
We meet in Mr. Petersen’s room, C11 on Tuesdays starting October 11th. Our First meeting will be from 3:00 to 3:30, all other practices will be from 2:50 – 4:00. Students are welcome and encouraged to do both.
Science Olympiad is a team competition that consists of 23 events ranging across all science and engineering categories.
Each team consists of 15 students and they will compete in 3-5 events, of their choosing.
Students compete at the Regional and hopefully State level in March and April.
Contact Erin Easterlund for more information about WEBBER Science Olympiad: firstname.lastname@example.org