GET INVOLVED! FIND YOUR PLACE!
EHHS offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations that students may join. All clubs meet during school hours. The schedule for Club meetings is listed to the right.
Meeting Times: 1:15- 1:45 Thursdays/Fridays
|1st Thursday of the month||HOSA|
|2nd Thursday of the month||FBLA/ STAR Teens|
|3rd Thursday of the month||Art/ Science (Envir.)|
|4th Thursday of the month||FCCLA|
|1st Friday of the month||FFA|
|2nd Friday of the month||Beta Club|
|3rd Friday of the month||Student Council|
|4th Friday of the month||Spanish Club|
Sponsor: Pam Clark
- promote personal and school-wide academic excellence
- engage in efforts to transform our local and global communities into better places for those who will follow us.
Projects we have undertaken in the past:
- Assisting our Family Resource Center to help provide Christmas gifts to children in the community
- Visiting some of the older members of our community to sing Christmas carols
- Partnering with our Student Council to help with school improvement projects
- Attending the State Beta Conference in Nashville
- Operation Santa Claus
- Possible Inter-School Project in the works
Club Sponsor: Drew Smith
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.
Chapter projects focus on a variety of youth concerns, including teen pregnancy, parenting, family relationships, substance abuse, peer pressure, environment, nutrition and fitness, teen violence and career exploration.
Involvement in FCCLA offers members the opportunity to expand their leadership potential and develop skills for life—planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making and interpersonal communication—necessary in the home and workplace.
The National FFA Organization (formerly Future Farmers of America) envisions a future in which all agricultural education students will discover their passion in life and build on that insight to chart the course for their educations, career and personal future.
Sponsor: John Flowers
Our motto is “The Hands of HOSA Mold the Health of Tomorrow.” Our goal is to give the students the basis in health care which will enable them to choose the field they want to enter and have a head start on their schooling. HOSA hosts the Red Cross blood drives held at EHHS.
Sponsor: Joanne Redding
The EHHS Envirothon Club looks to bring the excitement and fun of everyday science to the EHHS student body. Some of our projects include:
*Judging the Earth Science science fair projects
*Collecting paper to be recycled
*Creating a safety videos
*Competing in the Environthon
Delaney Livengood, Derek Weber, Tate Kinney, Gracie Haynes
Sponsor: Leanna McCaleb
Congratulations to both EHHS Evirothon teams for placing 1st and 2nd at the Buffalo/Duck River competition!
1st Place- Delanie Livengood, Gracie Haynes, Tate Kinney, Derek Weber, Coached by Leanna McCaleb
2nd Place- Cheyanne Russell, Johnathan McCord, Charis Waters, Megan Tyo, Morgan Stinson, Coached by John Flowers
Club Events: Day of the Dead Festival at Cheekwood, Elementary Outreach with EHES, International Festival at CSCC, High School Competition at CSCC, Ethnic Foods, Film and Music, Language Enrichment, Piñata Making
Spanish Club Sponsor: Scott Angell and Wesley Roberts
Star Teens exists to Teach our peers about the importance of having a healthy lifestyle, to Educate our peers regarding the dangers of tobacco, alcohol and drugs, to Encourage our peers to seek to be sexually abstinent, to Notify our peers of these things through activities and media, and Stand with our peers as one in order to overcome the negative pressures that come with being a teenager.
Sponsors: Tracy Poth & Condi Wallace
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