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ART CLUB


Ms. Nassau

 

The EHS Art Club will meet with  Mrs. Nassau on Monday afternoons at 2:15 p.m. in D1.  Some of the activities planned include displaying art work, created by students and other peers, at school and out in the community; continuing to develop and maintain the art department website; visiting museum (s); and creating art redated materials for the graduation ceremony.  This club is for students who are interested in fine art.  You do not have to be an artist yourself to get involved.  Contact Ms. Nassau if you have any questions.

 

 

AS SCHOOLS MATCH WITS


  Mr. S. Smith; Dr. Taylor

    

An opportunity to appear on television awaits five individuals (four regulars and an alternate) who will make up the “As Schools Match Wits” team for Enfield High School.  The ‘WITS’ you need are in the subject areas of general knowledge, history, sports, science, words, geography, and “trivia”.  If you have interest and/or strengths in one or more of these areas, plan to try out for the team.  Tryouts are open to anyone from any class. Preparation for appearances on Springfield’s Channel 22 include matches played against our own faculty.

BADMINTON AND MATBALL CLUB


Mr. Barnes

Meets in November and March
  

CLASS NIGHT SLIDE SHOW

 

  Ms. Goddard, Mr. Hargraves

 

Seniors will help produce a slide show presentation of their senior year activities, which will be shown on  Senior Class Night.  The Senior Class officers will help co-ordinate planned meetings.

 

CHESS CLUB

Mr. McMahon, Mr. Barnes

CHRISTIAN PRAYER GROUP

Mr. Barnes

Gather in the mornings before homeroom

CT/SPAIN PARTNERSHIP

Ms. Dalpe, Ms. O'Neill

 

DANCE TEAM

Mrs. Goddard

DARFUR AWARENESS COMMITTEE

Mrs. Wanzer, Mr. Crane

The Darfur Awareness Committee is a chapter of STAND, a division of the Genocide Intervention Network.  Members work to increase awareness about the atrocities of genocide in the Darfur regions of the Sudan and to raise funds to assist in the fight against genocide.

DECA

 (DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB OF AMERICA)


Mrs. Stone

      

DECA is a national high school organization which is part of the marketing education course.  Students attend educational conferences, compete in marketing related fields and organize fund-raisers and field trips.

 

DRAMA 

(LAMPLIGHTERS)

   Mr. Senior

  

This club will study the different types of dramatic arts and attend performances of each type during the school year.  Several productions will be performed by the club members to the public.  This club teaches students what goes on in the production of a play or musical both on and off stage.  Members will work together to put on a series of one act in the fall and a play or musical in the spring.  The club will have several fund raising events during the year.  This club will meet every three weeks during the school year.

                                                                    
                                                        THESPIAN TROUPE # 5842

 

The honors club for those students who have earned enough hours of credit working on the drama productions to qualify for admission.  This group is part of and works with the Drama Club to produce plays.

EHS WORLD LITERATURE CHARITIES

Mr. McMahon

EHS World Literature Charities originated in Mr. McMahon's World Lit. class.  Students  organize fundraisers to promote awareness, understanding and generosity toward people around the world.

 

 

 

FBLA

(FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA)

                   
           

            

The Future Business Leaders of America Club is an organization open to all students who are presently taking or have taken a business course.  Members participate in regional and state conferences.  Students experience competing in events that apply business skills acquired in courses taken in the Business Department.  Members also participate in other activities such as field trips, fund-raising, winter Semi-Formal Dance and Santa letters to elementary school children and other community service projects.

 


LIBRARY AIDES

Ms. Ellis

    

MODEL U.N.


 Mr. Crane, Mrs. Wanzer 

    

The Connecticut Model United Nations brings nearly 500 students from over 40 high schools together for a simulation of the issues and activities of the UN.  Members will visit the UN in New York, talk to diplomats and learn about important international issues in this activity.


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY


Mr. Gorborino, Mrs. Burlingame


Inducted members will have mandatory meetings on the second Thursday of each month


PEER MEDIATION



RACHEL'S CHALLENGE

Mr. Longey and Staff


Designed to promote respect and kindness throughout the school community.

RECYCLING CLUB

Mr. S. Smith 

 

  SCIENCE  CLUB


   Mrs. Boucher
                                            

The purpose of this club is to increase learning in the area of science.  This activity is open to those students who are taking science.  The major focus of the club is to support science education and to foster future science teachers.  Students will develop science lessons to be shared with students in the elementary grades.  Work on individual experimentation is also welcomed.  The dates of the meetings will be Monday after school in room D5 or D9.  If you are interested in starting such an activity please contact Ms. Boucher.

SCHOOL NEWSPAPER

Mr. Cunha

SENIOR VARIETY SHOW


Ms. Boggio
 

SKI CLUB


Mr. J. Smith, Mr. LaMesa

 

The Ski Club will be organizer trips to the Berkshire East ski slopes.  Plans are being formulated to arrange trips to this ski area on Friday afternoons and evenings.

Listen to announcements for specific meetings, starting dates, and details.  

STRING QUARTET


Ms. St. Sauveur-Dandurand

Weekly rehersals for 2 violins, 1 viola, and 1 violocello
 

STUDENT COUNCIL

 


The Student Council deals with student activities,  and school spirit.  Besides dances and fall kick-off activities, students work to  provide a variety of activities for the student body.   Meetings are open to all students.

 

UNIFIED SPORTS

 
  
 Mr. Emery

 

A program designed to join students with handicaps with their non-disabled peers on sports teams for training and competition.

WORLD LANGUAGE TUTORIAL PROGRAM

Ms. Dalpe  

 

 

YEARBOOK

Mr. Petrucci


Students assist in the production of the Enfield High School Yearbook

   

  

Listen to announcements for specific meetings, starting dates, and details.

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