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NFMHS Student Council

Student Council President: Delaney McCarley

Student Council Vice-President: Hannah Zinn

Student Council Secretary: Valerie Arias

Student Council Treasurer: Jazmin Horton

Student Council Historian: Lela Faircloth

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Clubs at North

2016-2017 Clubs

Description

Sponsors/Contact

Meeting Dates

Location

Anime & Comic Book Club

Celebrate and explore the Anime and Comic book culture while creating a place to meet and interact with like-minded individuals

Angelina Stephens

Mondays 1:45-2:45

C110

Art Club

Art Club is a place where students who are interested in art can come together and hang out. Students will be able to interact with other students with interests in art, be able to work on different art projects, and participate in community service activities.

Jonathan Krichbaum

Every other Tuesday

C117

Beach Club (Save The Beach Club)

Concerned about the Florida beaches, this club will be learning to help preserve local beaches while developing knowledge of their natural resources.  The club will be researching erosion and recovery, looking up tides and times, recording what is found at each location (plants, shells, and wildlife), cleaning up the beaches while observing and communicating with local concerns to see how we can help

Donna Agostinelli

Every otherMonday

E-242

Book Club

This club allow students to discuss books in an informal setting. Children can enjoy the same kind of community-building experience by meeting with friends to choose, read, and discuss books together. Their meetings can come to life with discussions, arts and crafts, and activities.  

Claire Flynn

2nd & 4th Friday1:45-2:30

Media Center

Class of 2017

Class meetings usually take place following the Student Government meetings. At these meetings, students along with their class sponsors discuss ideas and issues that pertain to their class, such as homecoming, pep rallies, Red Knight Rally, class t-shirts, painting days and fundraising.

Steve Casolino

Donna Agostinelli

3rd Thursday

E242

Class of 2018

Class meetings usually take place following the Student Government meetings. At these meetings, students along with their class sponsors discuss ideas and issues that pertain to their class, such as homecoming, pep rallies, Red Knight Rally, class t-shirts, painting days and fundraising.

Lindsey Buckner

3rd Thursday

E235

Class of 2019

Class meetings usually take place following the Student Government meetings. At these meetings, students along with their class sponsors discuss ideas and issues that pertain to their class, such as homecoming, pep rallies, Red Knight Rally, class t-shirts, painting days and fundraising.

Tiffany Bucher & Katie Caminari

3rd Thursday

 cafeteria

Class of 2020

Class meetings usually take place following the Student Government meetings. At these meetings, students along with their class sponsors discuss ideas and issues that pertain to their class, such as homecoming, pep rallies, Red Knight Rally, class t-shirts, painting days and fundraising.

Angela Stephenson Casey McIntosh

3rd Thursday

C110

Cultural Food Club

Learn about and sample the foods from different cultures and countries around the world.

Barbara Teitelzweig

Every Thursday

E-115

Drama Club - Thespians

The International Thespian Society (ITS) is an honorary drama organization for high-school theatre students who love to sing, dance or act as well as love to meet new people and overall just have tons of fun.

Michelle Whitener

S101

Environmental Club

To increase awareness of the relationships between human actions and our environment, educate the school community of steps that can be taken to improve our environmental behaviors.

Edward Durant

Once a month

 

Ethical Food Association

Both food and ethics are expansive concepts and practices, therefore it is important to be clear about what 'food ethics' means. Food ethics is an interdisciplinary field that provides ethical analysis and guidance for human conduct in the production, distribution, preparation and consumption of food. Ethical Food Association give students an opportunity to gather and discuss such topics.

Matt Kaye

E121

Collide Reach (Formerly FCA)

We exist to make a difference in the lives of student by serving with the love of Jesus 

Mr. Beckler

Every Other Tuesday

E125

Future Educators of America (FEA)

The program provides a forum for students to become aware of career opportunities in education and nurtures their interest in teaching as a career. It also provides an avenue for collegiate members to stay informed of the latest issues and advancements in the education profession.

Kassidy Kaye

See Mrs. Kaye

C130

Game Development Club

Description: Game Dev Club is a place for NFMHS students to learn together, plan together, and design together. Our members all share an interest in video games and some aspect of game art and design. With various skill levels in an assortment of programs, our club enables students to use each other as resources in addition to the digital resources we have available to create original, functioning, playable games.

Ashley Monastra

Every Tuesday

1:45-3:00

E105

Global Med

To promote global awareness of general health care and educate those deprived of first world opportunities

Ignacio Iriarte

 

C125

Helping Hands Club

Help local hospitals (pediatric wing), nursery homes or soup kitchens by visiting or raising money for supplies needed or holding drives to get donations.

Ashley Thompson

Twice a month

M110

Interact Club

Interact Club is the high school organization sponsored by the North Ft. Myers Rotary Club. We carry out numerous service projects each year and we accomplish our service projects as a group. We volunteer with Food Drives, Holidays without Hunger, fundraisers for the community, Our Free Little Library; out front of our school, ESE Carnival for our students, etc. Our members also learn Leadership skills by conducting our meetings, taking active rolls in our service projects, etc.

Kris Urbanowicz

Wed. Morning Posted in Google Classroom

Media Center

International Club

The North Fort Myers High School International Club is open to all students who are willing to serve the community and learn about other cultures.

Ignacio Iriarte

 

C125

Key Club

Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international level.

Kim Blakely

Mondays

Cafeteria

Make-A-Wish Foundation Club

We do fundraising events, including karaoke nights and volleyball tournaments to help ensure wishes are granted to children with life-threatening illnesses. 

Noah Gaar

Meet every other Thursday

E 128

Medical Club

To enhance students’ knowledge of the medical field and the diverse professions it offers, while learning and contributing to the awareness of health.

Mrs. Sheffield

Twice a month

 

Model UN

Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extracurricular activity in which students typically role play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. This activity takes place at MUN conferences, which is usually organized by a high school or college MUN club.

Ignacio Iriarte

C125

Mu Alpha Theta (Math Team)

Mu Alpha Theta is dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students.

Kim Blakely

Thursdays

E223

National Honor Society (NHS)

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.

Anne Cole

Meet2nd

Monday each month

All meetings in the Media Center

Odyssey of the Mind

Odyssey of the Mind is an international educational program that provides creative problem-solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. Team members apply their creativity to solve problems that range from building mechanical devices to presenting their own interpretation of literary classics.

Jim Melvin

S217

PAWS & CLAWS

PAWS & CLAWS is a club focused on helping animals in our local shelters.  Group members can earn volunteer hours by helping with the PAWS adoption events held twice a month at PetSmart in Cape Coral.

Lisa Skinner

E226

Poetry Club

Discuss, listen to, and share poetry as well as discuss what inspires us to write.

Barbara Teitelzweig

Every Other Tuesday

E115

Programming Club

The Programming Club provides students with a collaborative space to learn and practice computer programming. As a group, students use various resources to learn C# and apply that knowledge to computer gaming. The Unity game engine is available for students looking to work on their own gaming code and students are encouraged to team up on more advanced projects. All members are beginners, working towards an intermediate understanding of computer programming.

Ashley Monastra

Thursdays from 1:45-2:45

E105

Red Cross Club

A Red Cross Club provides you and your peers opportunities to make a meaningful impact in your community by addressing its greatest needs, and develop leadership skills. Red Cross Clubs empower you with knowledge and life-saving skills to help prepare your school and community to respond to emergencies.

Anna Sheffield

S213

Red Knight Pride Club

Creating a safe space for students to celebrate and learn about what makes us different and unique.  Creating awareness and acceptance on campus and in the community.  

Angelina Stephens

Every other Tuesday

1:45 – 2:45

C110

Rho Kappa (Social Studies NHS)

Rho Kappa is the honor society recognizing student achievement and excellence in the discipline of social studies at the high school level. Rho Kappa is open to juniors and seniors who meet the entrance criteria.

Adam Molloy

E123

SADD Students Against Destructive Decisions

Students participate in projects and activities in support of making positive choices such as Red Ribbon Week etc.

Cole Conners
[email protected]

Every other Tuesday

E128 (Gaar’s Room)

Save the Beach Club

Local beach clean-up, research tides, erosion, marine life and shelling

D. Agostinalli

Every Other Monday

E242

Scholar's Club

We are associated with FGCU and work to strengthen our leadership and independent post-secondary skills. We do fundraising and community service, but spend time on FGCU’s campus to see our pathway to success.

Katie Caminari

1st & 3rd Tuesday

E251

Science Club

The Science Club is the place for students who are interested in science to learn about all scopes of science from medicine to chemistry to physics to the environment as well as participating in awesome experiments.

Jim Melvin

S217

Science Olympiad

A science and engineering competition team. There are 23 events that are available to 10 to 15 people to a team.

James Eaton

Every Tuesday

S211

STEM Club

The STEM Club is part of the District-wide STEM Work Program sponsored by the Foundation for Lee County Public Schools and the District's Career and Tech Ed Department. The club takes field trips to local STEM related businesses and manufacturers to learn about applications of STEM skills and knowledge. Members also participate in the annual STEM static event.

Jim Melvin
(Sponsor)

Jen Curls 
(CTE Contact)

E107

Student Government Association (SGA)

Elected members of the Student Government Association do more than just represent the student body to faculty and administration. SGA is responsible for shaping much of the student experience at North Fort Myers High School. This highly active and visible organization serves the entire student body by sponsoring and organizing activities that range from service projects to semi-formal dances. SGA works closely with other student clubs in support of a number of school spirit activities and resources. 

Steve Casolino

3rd Thursday

Cafeteria

Table Top Game Club

We celebrate all kinds of games from simple card games and board games to complex strategy and miniature games. We also run “mind’s eye theater” games where students create dynamic characters and roleplay through challenges and combat. We typically meet once a week and divide up into groups to play various games. Once a month we pick one particular game and have multiple copies and teach new players.  Open to all students and faculty!

Cleon Hodges

S204

TV Production Club

To teach and develop the fundamental basics of television production for motivated students. Students are encouraged to have fun while learning dynamic skills such as creating commercials, reports and segments for WKNS morning newscast. They receive hands on experience with editors and video cameras that the school provides. Students are invited to attend occasional field trips to broadcasting stations, university programs, district/ state competitions and movie premiers along with red carpet events. TV Production club emphasizes the importance of teamwork, respect, leadership and goal achievement.

Eric Brounson

2nd Friday of each Month

M203

U-Knighted Club

For typical students and ESE students to get together and bond. We cook, make crafts, sing, dance and overall just interact with each other.

Beth Beller and Miriam Keith

First Monday of each Month

E139