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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Clubs and Organizations

Lakeland High School offers a variety of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities for students to participate in. Most activities meet once or twice a week after school from 2.30pm to 3.00pm. The following is a list of clubs, their adviser(s) and a brief description of the activity. For more information regarding school activities, please contact the adviser.

Class of 2017  Mr. Robert Cappelli / Mr. Stephen Fallo
Plans and implements fundraising, entertainment and activities for the Class of 2017 while promoting leadership and school spirit.  There are elected and non-elected positions.

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Class of 2018  Ms. Nicole Segnit / Ms. Nikki Traina

Class of 2019  Ms. Maria Carriera / Mr. Joe Knapp

Class of 2020  Mrs. Marylou Fiore / Mrs. Josephine Nussbaum / Ms. Rebecca DiSisto

Art Club  Mr. Joseph Palumbo

"Carolyn's Crew" Relay for Life  Mr. Tom Conroy / Ms. Jackie Brady
Relay for Life raises money for the American Cancer Society in memory of Lakeland High School teacher, Carolyn Conroy.

Coding Club  Ms. Charlene Nigro

Dance Company  Ms. Vicki Molodec 
This activity provides students who are trained dancers the opportunity to perform at LHS.

Debate  
Mr. Stefan Bauschard 
Designed to formalize the competitive element of the Lakeland District Debate program, students are expected to meet the schedule of coaching and training session set in a calendar of monthly events. Meetings and practices are generally scheduled after school, twice each week, depending on the students specific level of experience.

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)  Ms. Charlene Nigro
FBLA is a non-profit education association of students preparing for careers in business and business related fields. Its mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. The LHS chapter has competed on the state and national levels with great success.

Fitness Club  Ms. Miranda Lustig

Gamers United  Mr. Travis Hayes
Enjoy discussing, learning and playing games.

GSA (Gay Straight Alliance)  Ms. Melissa Antunes

G.O. (LHS Student Government)  Ms. Debra Hauser

Student Officers: Katie Schore, Griffin Shiland, Tim Fallo, Pat Morelli, Meghan Fahey, Devyn Clifford and Alexander Piedra.  The GO is responsible for enriching student life through school and community activities such as blood drives, food drives, pep rallies, school spirit activities and homecoming. G. O. is comprised of class officers from each grade level.

Habitat for Humanity  Mr. Edward Merriam
Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.  They create opportunities for all people to live in simple, decent, affordable homes.

Human Rights Club   
Promotes justice and universal respect for human right and fundamental freedoms.

Italian Club 
Exposes students to the Italian culture through discussion, food, and various activities. 

Jazz Ensemble 
The Jazz Ensemble enhances the musical knowledge and skills of each student by playing together as a unit, to build the communication skills between the musicians, participate in community activities, study and play a variety of musical styles, and learn about Jazz improvisation. Regional competitions are also part of club activities.

LAZOS (Spanish Club)  Ms. Maria Carreira

Leo Club  Mr. Edward Merriam  Creates and fosters a spirit of understanding among all people for humanitarian needs by providing voluntary services through community involvement and international cooperation. 

Lifeskills Fitness Club  Ms. Margaret Rogers


Math Team   Mr. Adrian Jacques   Provides a venue in which students who enjoy math can participate in a competitive manner with other "mathletes" at the school, state, and national levels.

Mock Trial  
Ms. Charlene Nigro  Tournaments provide students with hands-on opportunities to further their understanding of the law, court procedures and our legal system, while honing their speaking, listening, reading and reasoning skills.

National Honor Society  Ms. Sue Lozinski  This club is by invitation only  for those students who carried an unweighted average of 88+ entering senior year. It creates enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulates a desire to render service, promotes leadership and helps to develop character in secondary school students.  80 service hours are required to be handed in by the end of September of Senior year.  An additional 20 hours will be earned through a group project throughout 12th grade.  Go here for details and forms.
 
S.A.D.D (Students Against Destructive Decisions)
Ms. Jodi Weisberger / Ms. Maryellen Mulligan  SADD is dedicated toward reducing alcohol related traffic fatalities and other destructive decisions that impact the lives of young people and reduce risk taking behaviors.

Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica Mrs. Marlene Moussa  The National Honor Society for Spanish, it's mission is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and to promote interest in Hispanic studies.

Speech  Ms. Karen Maulen

Spirit Committee  Mr. Steve Fallo / Ms. Rebecca DiSisto / Ms. Miranda Lustig / Ms. Sally DiBartolo   At the heart of the Lakeland family is the LHS Spirit Committee.  This committee sets the tone and generates enthusiasm and pride at LHS, helps decorate the hallways prior to upcoming events, honors seniors at our senior days, and keeps the spirit going.
 
Sting  Ms. Susan Lozinski  Students write, lay out and publish the school newspaper. All aspects of writing, editing and publishing are covered.

Stinger Singers  Mr. Darrin Grimm

UNICEF  Ms. Anita Viswanathan / Ms. Jackie Brady

Wig n' Whiskers Drama Club  Mr. Darren Grimm
The resident drama club of Lakeland High School produces high quality educational theater. It is open to all students. It gives students the opportunity to perform on stage or work backstage on stage crew, lighting crew, sound crew or set design for both the winter and spring productions.

 
Yearbook
Ms. Ann Apostolico / Mr. Scott Staub  Plan, produce and sell the yearbook.







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