Clubs and ActivitiesClubs y Actividades

East Aurora High School offers a wide variety of clubs and activities. Please see below for more information:

 Club/Activity Name of Sponsor Sponsor Email Membership Requirements   Meeting Days/Times Meeting Location
Anime Club Robert Sroka , Alison Sanders rsroka@d131.org , asanders@d131.org An interest in or curiosity about anime, manga, and cosplay. Wednesdays 3:20 to 4:30 Room 360
Art Club Susan McCarron smccarron@d131.org none Thursday, 3:25-5 pm Room 86
BHS Bilingual Honor Society Lori Palmer lpalmer@d131.org GPA 3.0 Wed 3:20pm Room 215
Bible Club Chad Kelly ckelly@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 235
Black Student Leadership Association Jonelle Meeks, Lisa C. Dioro jmeeks@d131.org none Third Thursday of the month 3:30-4:30 Room 515
BTG EA Operation Snowball Teresa Rosa-Jackson trosajackson@d131.org Everyone is welcome Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM TBA
Chess Andrew Herrmann aherrmann@d131.org None Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 Room 356
Culinary Club (Cooking club) Peggy Thayer pthayer@d131.org none Tuesday/3:30 pm Room 112
DECA Mark Lyons mlyons@d131.org Pay $35 dues for National, State and Local Thursdays/7:10 am Room 203
Drama Club / Thespian Society Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Everyone is welcome at every drama club meeting. Points are awarded for participation to be initiated into the International Thespian Society. Wednesdays 3:25-4:25 Little Theater
EA Student Ambassador Society Julie DeNood & Teresa Rosa-Jackson jdenood@d131.org & trosajackson@d131.org Junior or Senior, GPA min 2.5 and Application process Wed 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 179
ECO Club Karie Nash knash@d31.org none Weds. 3:20pm-4:15pm Room 208
Educators Rising Francesca Manzella fmanzella@d131.org All grades welcome. Students don’t have to want a career in teaching, but it is recommended. Wednesdays, 3:25 – 4:25 Room 329
Fall Play Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Auditions September 1st – 2nd After school rehearsal Jan-April Hawks Auditorium
FCCLA & HERO Kristin Doucette, Megan Servos kdoucette@d131.org, mservos@d131.org Everyone is welcome, state dues for competitions Wednesday afterschool Room 106
Freshman Class Council Sarah Gillespie and Arlena Juarez sgillespie01@d131.org Club members must be true freshman to join. Tuesdays, 3:20-4:00 Room 317
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Curry, Heather hcurry@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:20 – 4:00 PM Room 369
German Honor Society Joanna Wardynski jwardynski@d131.org None On Fridays at 3:20 PM Room 603
Jazz Ensemble Brian G. Liska bliska@d131.org Students must be enrolled in a current band class and play an instrument found in a traditional jazz band. Audition required. Monday and Thursday, mornings 7:00 am – 7:55 am Room 83
Junior Class Council Vanessa De La Torre vdelatorre@d131.org Junior Status Wednesday before school 7:00 AM Room 611
Key Club Deb Mengler/Jamie Bouwmeester Dmengler@d131.org, jbouwmeester@d131.org no Every other Monday, 3:30 Room 336
Literary Magazine Dulce Ruiz-Herrera, Sierra LeSure druizherrera@d131.org, slesure@d131.org None Tuesdays 3:20 – 4:20 Room 326
Movie Club Alan Scott ascott@d131.org None Every Tuesday at 3:38 Little Theater
Mu Alpha Theta – Math Honor Society     Completion of Algebra I (associateship), completion of Algebra I and Geometry (membership) Thursdays before school  
Musical Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Auditions Jan 23, 24 After school rehearsal Sept-Nov Hawks Auditorium
Newspaper Club Katelyn Willoughby & Margaret Wehrle kwilloughby@d131.org, mwehrle@d131.org none Thursdays 3:20-4:00 PM Room 339
NJROTC Academic Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 1018
NJROTC Color Guard Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday/Tuesday/Wed/3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC DDB Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Wed 3:30 – 4:30 PM Field House
NJROTC Drill Team Albert Farmer and Jose Otero afarmer@d131.org , joterorivera@d131.org Must be in NJROTC Monday-Friday 6:30a.m.-8:00a.m. Field House
NJROTC Drone Team Jose Otero Rivera joterorivera@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Tuesday -Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm. Field House
NJROTC Marksmanship William Moore Wmoore@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday-Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC Orienteering William Moore Wmoore@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday-Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC Sports Team (PT) Jose Otero Rivera joterorivera@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Tuesday -Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm. Field House
PeaceJam Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Everyone is welcome Wednesdays at 7:07 am Room 605
Scholastic Bowl Jennie Andersen-Drake jandersendrake@d131.org None Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:15 Room 218
Science National Honor Society Marc Nenia mnenia@d131.org GPA, Honors Science Coursework Wednesdays, 7:30 am Room 216
Senior Class Council Kenneth Gerk and Lisa Kendall Kgerk@d131.org LKendall@d131.org Grade 12 Thursdays at 3:30pm Room 182
Skills USA Joe Wintermute jwintermute@d131.org None Wednesdays 3:30pm 4:00pm Auto shop classroom Room 150 
Sophomore Class Council Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Sophomore Status Thursdays, 7:07 AM Room 605
Spanish Honor Society Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Be in Spanish 2, 3, 4, or AP Span Lang, or AP Span Lit Fridays 7:07 AM Room 605
Student Athlete Society Shane Gillespie sgillespie@d131.org Qualifying GPA, participation in at least one sport. Thursdays, 7:30 AM Room 316
Student Council Kenneth Gerk and Lisa Kendall Kgerk@d131.org LKendall@d131.org None Wednesdays at 3:30 PM Rm 362
Tri M          
Video Game Club eSports Team Jackie Hitt jhitt@d131.org none, tryout to compete alternating Wed & Thurs after school Room 202 eSports Lounge
Yearbook Chelsie Boettcher cboettcher@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:20-4:20pm Room 314

Community Service:

Key Club is a community Service focused club. We participate in 1-2 events/activities each month, outside of school hours.

ECO club is for students who want to make a difference in the world by improving the environment. We are always looking for new projects to help with saving energy and reducing pollution.

Performance:

Drama Club is open to all students who are interested in theatre – either onstage or backstage. This student organized club plans activities based on the current interests of the group, but always includes semester fieldtrips and our annual talent show. Acceptance into the International Thespian Society is optional, and is based on a participation point system. All students are welcome to join at any time.

Games/Play:

Chess Team is open to all students and all ability levels, including those who have never played chess before.

Club-to-Career:

Educators Rising is a club for students who are considering a career in education. We participate in local competitions with surrounding high schools, provide tutoring and volunteer opportunities, and discuss issues affecting education.

Newspaper Club: Students in newspaper club create content for our online school newspaper. Students take on roles as writers, editors, and photographers.

Yearbook

FCCLA/HERO: Compete in regional and state competitions. Cake or cookie decorating, fashion design, clothing construction, culinary. Demonstrations on cake decorating by trained chefs. Other activities: pumpkin carving for Halloween, bake sale, games and treats. Promoting sportsmanship and cooperating learning.

Opportunities for Competition:

DECA: Learning about succeeding in the world of business, competitive events, fundraising, community service and social connections with the Chicago Bulls and White Sox

Speech Team: Any student is welcome to join! Public speaking, writing and acting are all skills we build on throughout the season. We are hoping to compete against other schools for the 2015 – 2016 school year!

Skills USA is a club that prepares students to become leaders in the workforce

Scholastic Bowl: Season is over half way over and we beat WEST! Meets are Saturdays and Thursdays after school

Chess Team is open to all students and all ability levels, including those who have never played chess before.

 EA ScholastiCats: Come join a team that answers questions about everything from history, math, science, and even pop culture!

Culture:

Culinary club is limited to 32 students for meetings due to room size and ingredients required for each week. First come first served. Students can attend weekly or when they are able to. Attendance is not mandatory each week. This allows students to attend other clubs that they show an interest in on Tuesdays.

Bible Club is for students who want to build relationships, make a difference in the community, and gain knowledge about the Bible.  Anyone is welcome to come.  

Movie Club watches an exciting new movie each week. Movies are totally free. Students help pick the movies. Stick around afterward for a discussion. If you love movies, you’ve just found your new favorite club.

Anime Club members watch anime, read manga, compare drawing styles, and discuss how they fit into everyday culture.

Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) mission is to create an equal environment in the school, and to bring acceptance and tolerance, as well as end bullying on all levels, to ANY student. GSA is open to everyone, ALWAYS accepting new members, and is a place where everyone can be themselves and NEVER be judged.

Bilingual Honor Society is geared towards students in the Bilingual program but is open to all students who are Bilingual, or are learning a second language. We focus on raising awareness of Latino cultural traditions, fundraising, and volunteering in the community.

WEB DuBois African American Honor Society WEB DuBois honors the memory of Dr. William Edward Burghardt DuBois by:

  • Promoting the pursuit of academic excellence and post-secondary opportunity ,
  • Engaging in service to others,
  • Recognizing the outstanding achievements of the Society’s members

Student Councils:

Student Council Open to all grades, STUCO coordinates homecoming, spirit weeks, pep assemblies, blood drives, donation campaigns, rivalry activities, and is the umbrella structure for all other clubs in school. Board members are elected and there is a $500 annual scholarship for 1-2 members.

Senior Class Council Open only to seniors, S.C.C. plans graduation and prom activities, fundraises for the senior graduation party, and creates community service opportunities throughout Aurora. S.C.C. also takes an integral role in the graduation ceremony.

Sophomore Class Council Open to any sophomore student, sophomore class council helps with fundraising for class and school events and coordinates different community service activities.

Honor Societies:

National Honor Society (NHS) Membership by application & acceptance only. Applications open to sophomores & juniors in late February. Candidates should demonstrate excellence in academics, community service, leadership, and character.

Science National Honor Society (SciNHS) Membership by application & acceptance only. Typically, applications are available in March. Members must maintain a 3.0 overall GPA, a 3.5 Science GPA, and be enrolled in an Honors or AP science course.

Tri-M Club is the National Music Honor Society and is open to current band and choir students who have completed one year of high school music. Students must audition, meet grade point standards and be recommended by their teachers. Tri-M ushers at music events, performs community service and explores music majors and careers.

French Honor Society (SHF) is a nationally sponsored honor society for students in their 4th semester of French and beyond. Focuses on community service & spreading French cultural awareness to East High.

Mu Alpha Theta – Math Honor Society

 

 

East Aurora High School ofrece una variedad de clubs y actividades. Por favor, vea abajo para más información:

 Club/Activity Name of Sponsor Sponsor Email Membership Requirements   Meeting Days/Times Meeting Location
Anime Club Robert Sroka , Alison Sanders rsroka@d131.org , asanders@d131.org An interest in or curiosity about anime, manga, and cosplay. Wednesdays 3:20 to 4:30 Room 360
Art Club Susan McCarron smccarron@d131.org none Thursday, 3:25-5 pm Room 86
BHS Bilingual Honor Society Lori Palmer lpalmer@d131.org GPA 3.0 Wed 3:20pm Room 215
Bible Club Chad Kelly ckelly@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 235
Black Student Leadership Association Jonelle Meeks, Lisa C. Dioro jmeeks@d131.org none Third Thursday of the month 3:30-4:30 Room 515
BTG EA Operation Snowball Teresa Rosa-Jackson trosajackson@d131.org Everyone is welcome Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM TBA
Chess Andrew Herrmann aherrmann@d131.org None Wednesdays and Thursdays from 3:30-4:30 Room 356
Culinary Club (Cooking club) Peggy Thayer pthayer@d131.org none Tuesday/3:30 pm Room 112
DECA Mark Lyons mlyons@d131.org Pay $35 dues for National, State and Local Thursdays/7:10 am Room 203
Drama Club / Thespian Society Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Everyone is welcome at every drama club meeting. Points are awarded for participation to be initiated into the International Thespian Society. Wednesdays 3:25-4:25 Little Theater
EA Student Ambassador Society Julie DeNood & Teresa Rosa-Jackson jdenood@d131.org & trosajackson@d131.org Junior or Senior, GPA min 2.5 and Application process Wed 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 179
ECO Club Karie Nash knash@d31.org none Weds. 3:20pm-4:15pm Room 208
Educators Rising Francesca Manzella fmanzella@d131.org All grades welcome. Students don’t have to want a career in teaching, but it is recommended. Wednesdays, 3:25 – 4:25 Room 329
Fall Play Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Auditions September 1st – 2nd After school rehearsal Jan-April Hawks Auditorium
FCCLA & HERO Kristin Doucette, Megan Servos kdoucette@d131.org, mservos@d131.org Everyone is welcome, state dues for competitions Wednesday afterschool Room 106
Freshman Class Council Sarah Gillespie and Arlena Juarez sgillespie01@d131.org Club members must be true freshman to join. Tuesdays, 3:20-4:00 Room 317
Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Curry, Heather hcurry@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:20 – 4:00 PM Room 369
German Honor Society Joanna Wardynski jwardynski@d131.org None On Fridays at 3:20 PM Room 603
Jazz Ensemble Brian G. Liska bliska@d131.org Students must be enrolled in a current band class and play an instrument found in a traditional jazz band. Audition required. Monday and Thursday, mornings 7:00 am – 7:55 am Room 83
Junior Class Council Vanessa De La Torre vdelatorre@d131.org Junior Status Wednesday before school 7:00 AM Room 611
Key Club Deb Mengler/Jamie Bouwmeester Dmengler@d131.org, jbouwmeester@d131.org no Every other Monday, 3:30 Room 336
Literary Magazine Dulce Ruiz-Herrera, Sierra LeSure druizherrera@d131.org, slesure@d131.org None Tuesdays 3:20 – 4:20 Room 326
Movie Club Alan Scott ascott@d131.org None Every Tuesday at 3:38 Little Theater
Mu Alpha Theta – Math Honor Society     Completion of Algebra I (associateship), completion of Algebra I and Geometry (membership) Thursdays before school  
Musical Ross Wheeler rwheeler@d131.org Auditions Jan 23, 24 After school rehearsal Sept-Nov Hawks Auditorium
Newspaper Club Katelyn Willoughby & Margaret Wehrle kwilloughby@d131.org, mwehrle@d131.org none Thursdays 3:20-4:00 PM Room 339
NJROTC Academic Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Thursdays, 3:30 – 4:30 PM Room 1018
NJROTC Color Guard Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday/Tuesday/Wed/3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC DDB Gerald Good ggood@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Wed 3:30 – 4:30 PM Field House
NJROTC Drill Team Albert Farmer and Jose Otero afarmer@d131.org , joterorivera@d131.org Must be in NJROTC Monday-Friday 6:30a.m.-8:00a.m. Field House
NJROTC Drone Team Jose Otero Rivera joterorivera@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Tuesday -Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm. Field House
NJROTC Marksmanship William Moore Wmoore@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday-Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC Orienteering William Moore Wmoore@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Monday-Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm Field House
NJROTC Sports Team (PT) Jose Otero Rivera joterorivera@d131.org Must be apart of NJROTC Tuesday -Thursday 3:30pm-4:30pm. Field House
PeaceJam Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Everyone is welcome Wednesdays at 7:07 am Room 605
Scholastic Bowl Jennie Andersen-Drake jandersendrake@d131.org None Tuesdays 3:30 – 4:15 Room 218
Science National Honor Society Marc Nenia mnenia@d131.org GPA, Honors Science Coursework Wednesdays, 7:30 am Room 216
Senior Class Council Kenneth Gerk and Lisa Kendall Kgerk@d131.org LKendall@d131.org Grade 12 Thursdays at 3:30pm Room 182
Skills USA Joe Wintermute jwintermute@d131.org None Wednesdays 3:30pm 4:00pm Auto shop classroom Room 150 
Sophomore Class Council Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Sophomore Status Thursdays, 7:07 AM Room 605
Spanish Honor Society Guillermo Pedroni gpedroni@d131.org Be in Spanish 2, 3, 4, or AP Span Lang, or AP Span Lit Fridays 7:07 AM Room 605
Student Athlete Society Shane Gillespie sgillespie@d131.org Qualifying GPA, participation in at least one sport. Thursdays, 7:30 AM Room 316
Student Council Kenneth Gerk and Lisa Kendall Kgerk@d131.org LKendall@d131.org None Wednesdays at 3:30 PM Rm 362
Tri M          
Video Game Club eSports Team Jackie Hitt jhitt@d131.org none, tryout to compete alternating Wed & Thurs after school Room 202 eSports Lounge
Yearbook Chelsie Boettcher cboettcher@d131.org None Tuesdays, 3:20-4:20pm Room 314

Community Service:

Servicio comunitario:

Club de llaves (Key Club) es un club centrado en el servicio comunitario. Participamos en 1-2 eventos/actividades cada mes, fuera del horario escolar.

Club ecológico está dirigido a los estudiantes que quieren marcar la diferencia en el mundo mejorando el medio ambiente. Siempre estamos buscando nuevos proyectos para ayudar a ahorrar energía y reducir la contaminación.

Rendimiento:

Club de teatro está abierto a todos los estudiantes que estén interesados el teatro, ya sea en el escenario o detrás del escenario. Este club organizado por los estudiantes planea actividades basadas en los intereses actuales del grupo, pero siempre incluye excursiones semestrales y nuestro espectáculo anual de talentos. La aceptación en la Sociedad Internacional de Teatro es opcional, y se basa en un sistema de puntos de participación. Todos los estudiantes son bienvenidos a unirse en cualquier momento.

Juegos/Actividades

Club- a –Carrera:

Educadores emergentes (Educators Rising) es un club para estudiantes que están considerando una carrera en la educación. Participamos en competiciones locales cono otras escuelas preparatorias, ofrecemos oportunidades de tutoría y servicio voluntario y debatimos asuntos que afectan a la educación.

Club del periódico Los estudiantes en el club de periódico crean contenido para nuestro periódico escolar digital. Los estudiantes asumen los papeles como escritores, editores y fotógrafos.

FCCLA/Héroe Compite en competiciones regionales y estatales. Decoración de pasteles o galletas, diseño de moda, construcción de ropa, gastronomía. Demostraciones de decoración de pasteles por parte de chefs calificados. Otras actividades: tallado de calabazas para Halloween, venta de pasteles, juegos y dulces. El fomento de la deportividad y el aprendizaje cooperativo.

Oportunidades para la competencia

DECA: Aprender a tener éxito en el mundo de los negocios, eventos competitivos, recaudación de fondos, servicio a la comunidad y conexiones sociales con los Chicago Bulls y los White Sox.

Equipo de discursos: ¡Cualquier estudiante es bienvenido! El discurso público, la escritura y la actuación son todas las habilidades que desarrollamos a lo largo de la temporada. ¡Esperamos competir contra otras escuelas en el año escolar 2015-2016!

Habilidades (Skills) USA es un club que prepara a los estudiantes de ser líderes en la fuerza laboral.

Tazón Escolástico (Scholastic Bowl) ¡La temporada ha llegado a la mitad y hemos vencido a WEST! Los encuentros son los sábados y los jueves después de la escuela.

El equipo de ajedrez está abierto a todos los estudiantes y a todos los niveles de habilidad, incluidos los que nunca han jugado al ajedrez.

Cultura

Club culinario: Limitado a 25 personas para la reunión debido al salón/los ingredientes, ¡los primeros 25 que lleguen son los primeros en ser atendidos!

Club del Cine ve una nueva y emocionante película cada semana. Las películas son totalmente gratuitas. Los estudiantes ayudan a elegir las películas. Al final, los estudiantes se quedan para debatir. Si te gusta el cine, acabas de encontrar tu nuevo club favorito.

Club de Anime los miembros ven anime, leen manga, comparan estilos de dibujo y debaten cómo encajan en la cultura cotidiana.

La asociación Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) tiene como misión crear un ambiente de igualdad en la escuela, y llevar la aceptación y la tolerancia, así como acabar con el acoso en todos los niveles, a CUALQUIER estudiante. La GSA está abierta a todo el mundo, aceptando SIEMPRE nuevos miembros, y es un lugar donde todos pueden ser ellos mismos y NUNCA ser juzgados.

La Sociedad de Honor Bilingüe está orientada a los estudiantes del programa bilingüe, pero está abierta a todos los estudiantes que son bilingües o están aprendiendo un segundo idioma. Nos centramos en la sensibilización de las tradiciones culturales latinas, la recaudación de fondos y el trabajo voluntario en la comunidad.

La Sociedad de Honor Afroamericana WEB DuBois honra la memoria del Dr. William Edward Burghardt DuBois al:

  • Promoviendo la búsqueda de la excelencia académica y las oportunidades post-secundarias
  • El compromiso con el servicio a los demás
  • Reconociendo los logros sobresalientes de los miembros de la sociedad

Consejos de Estudiantes

Consejo de estudiantes: Abierto a todos los grados, STUCO coordina homecoming, las semanas de espíritu, las asambleas de espíritu, las campañas de sangre, las campañas de donación, las actividades de rivalidad, y es la estructura de paraguas para todos los otros clubes en la escuela. Los miembros de la junta son elegidos y hay una beca anual de 500 dólares para uno o dos miembros.

Consejo de la Clase Senior: Abierto sólo a los seniors, el S.C.C. planifica las actividades de graduación y prom, recauda fondos para la fiesta de graduación y crea oportunidades de servicio a la comunidad en toda Aurora. También desempeña un papel integral en la ceremonia de graduación.

Consejo de la Clase Sophomore: Abierto sólo a los sophomores, el consejo de la clase sophomore, ayuda a recaudar fondos para eventos de la clase y de la escuela y coordina diferentes actividades de servicio comunitario.

Sociedades de Honor

La Sociedad de Honor Nacional (NHS): La membresía es sólo por solicitud y aprobación. Las solicitudes se abren para los sophomores y juniors a los finales de febrero. Los candidatos deben demostrar excelencia en los estudios, servicio a la comunidad, liderazgo y carácter.

La Sociedad Nacional de Honor de Ciencias (SciNHS): La membresía es sólo por solicitud y aprobación. Normalmente, las solicitudes están disponibles en marzo. Los miembros deben mantener un promedio de calificaciones general de 3.0, un promedio de calificaciones de ciencias de 3.5, y estar inscritos en un curso de ciencias de Honores o AP.

El Club Tri-M es la Sociedad Nacional de Honor de la Música y está abierto a los estudiantes actuales de banda y coro que hayan completado un año de música en la escuela preparatoria. Los estudiantes deben hacer una audición, cumplir con los estándares de calificación y ser recomendados por sus maestros. El Tri-M actúa como acomodador en eventos musicales, realiza servicios a la comunidad y explora carreras y especialidades musicales.

La Sociedad de Honor de Francés (SHF) es una sociedad de honor patrocinada nacionalmente para los estudiantes en su cuarto semestre de francés y más adelante. Se centra en el servicio a la comunidad y la difusión de la conciencia cultural francesa a East High.