New club applications are now open


Kate Graham

The deadline to register clubs is fast approaching. Students must have a sponsor, paperwork, and approval from an assistant principal in order to register.

Kate Graham, WTV Staff Reporter

With everyone on campus this year, curricular clubs and non-curricular clubs can meet in person this year.

Curricular clubs are a campus sponsored, district affiliated group that are curriculum based, while non-curricular clubs are a non distracted affiliated group and are not related to academics.

If students are looking to start a club they need to find a teacher sponsor, then email either assistant principal Fern Addo or email assistant principal Tony Escoto.

From there, one of the principals will discuss the club with you and if it’s approved, the club sponsor will get an email containing the application information. 

The deadline for creating a club is Oct. 15.