Activities / Clubs

2020-21  Clubs

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 Class of 2021 Senior Class of 2021 Student Government  Stewart, Kaleigh &   Castillo, Desiree  On Hold On Hold
 Class of 2022 Junior Class of 2022 Student Government  Clark, Amy Once a month on Wednesday; ZOOM meetings posted in SGA Google Classroom. Zoom
 Class of 2023 Sophomore Class of 2023 Student Government  Hill, Rebecca On Hold On Hold
 Class of 2024 Freshman Class of 2024 Student Government  Curls, Jacqueline & Eaton,   James As Needed S-201
 Debate Club We debate modern and controversial topics in an atmosphere of respect, professionalism and fun!  Gaar, Noah Every second and fourth Friday C-115
 E-Sports Competitive video gaming playing a variety of popular video games such as Fortnite, Rocket League, League of Legends, Call of Duty, Smite, etc. Games change from year to year and from tournament to tournament. Tryouts will begin at the beginning of every season. We have a Fall season and a Spring season.  Curls, Jennifer & Cooksey,   Tona On Hold E-107
 Thespians Theatre competition group  Laux, Janelle As Needed Zoom
 Key Club Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership. 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 levels.  Ashby, Taylor 1st Wednesday of Every Month, 1:45-2:30. C-131
 Model United Nations Model UN is a simulation of the UN General Assembly and its other multilateral bodies where students perform an ambassador role while debating topics such as gender equality, climate action, global health, and more. Students are able to compete against other students in conferences and in some circumstances win scholarships and other prizes.  Ashby, Taylor Every Thursday 1:45-2:25 C131
 Mu Alpha Theta Mu Alpha Theta is a Mathematics Honor Society for high school and two-year college students. Honors math students are invited to participate to challenge their mathematical skills and practice for competitions.  Blakely, Kim & Hayward,   Vicki  First & Third Wednesday   of each month at 2:15pm  Zoom
RED Inc. Rho Sigma Delta Rho Sigma Delta (RED) Inc. is a platform for young people to reflect the actions taken by those preparing for the real world. RED's lead by example and strive for daily improvement in all facets of their lives. RED members benefit from community service, community mentorship, networking, job skills, school improvement, and self-reflection. Members would focus on the values of accountability, etiquette, professionalism, integrity, and unity.  Ashby, Taylor 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of Every Month, 1:45-2:25 C131
 Rho Kappa Rho Kappa is the National History Honor Society. Members of Rho Kappa participate in the History Day History Fair at the School and District level with the potential to compete at the State and National level.  Correia, Danielle First Friday of the Month Zoom
 NFMHS Mock Trial Club        
 NFMHS National Honor   Society The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.  Cole, Anne Second Monday of each month Media Center/ Zoom Combination
 Student Government   (SGA) SGA is responsible for planning and organizing a wide range of activities and events for all NFMHS students and staff to enjoy. We aim to give students an opportunity to have an active role in school event planning as well as broadening their horizons and making positive contributions to their community.  Blakely, Kim Second Wednesday of each month at 2:15pm  E-124
 Stem Club        
 Strive For Greatness Strives for Greatness is an opportunity for every student athlete to be able to accomplish academic success. Castillo, Desiree  Every Wednesday  C-128
 Technology Student   Association    Curls, Jennifer    
 TV Production Club    Brounson, Eric    
 U Knighted Club    Keith, Miriam    
 Women Empowerment Lead Like a Woman Club is a group of leaders of any gender or identity that works towards creating inclusivity and equality for women, in addition to implementing ideas for increasing female representation in media, politics, etc, as well as providing a voice for women at NFMHS and the surrounding communities.   Andoscia, Michael  Every Tuesday  C-116
 Yearbook Club    Kurth, Holly    
 Youth Alive    Duffy, Brian    
 Youth in Government    Andoscia, Michael    




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