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Art Club

Art Club 21-22

Advisor

Ms. Shayna Rauch

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Mrs. Rauch

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CHS Art Club is a place for students to come together and create artwork in a community of other artists! This club gives students an opportunity to work with art media beyond what is taught in CHS art classes, collaborate with other students, build upon their personal body of work, and offers an additional creative outlet for anyone who might need it!

BPA

BPA 21-22

Officers

President Garret Fraley
Vice-President  Kody Nelson & Jenna Belmaggio
Treasurer Ian Creager
Secretary Summer Anderson & Kinsey Mitchell

 

Advisor

Mrs. Heidi Anderson

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Mrs. Anderson

Mrs. Kristi Homan

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Mrs. Homan

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Business Professionals of America is the premier CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration, health administration and other related career fields.

FCCLA

FCCLA 21-22

Officers

President Kila Stephan
Vice-President  Sydney Richard
Treasurer Treasurer
Secretary Amie Burtrum

 

Advisor:

Mrs. Gail Young

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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a national Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students in Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) FCCLA offers intra-curricular resources and opportunities for students to build career and leadership skills and engage in community service.

HS Student Council

HS Student Countil 21-22

Officers

President  
Vice-President  
Vice-President   
Treasurer  
Secretary  

Advisor

Mr. Jim Sagona

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About Us

Student Council is an elected student organization with the purpose of sponsoring and promoting student activities, providing service and activity leadership for the student body, cooperating with the faculty and initiating measures for the welfare of the student body, and promoting and fostering school spirit. Some activities that Student Council organizes are Homecoming spirit week, ceremony, parade, and dance. We also conduct other service activities such as caroling, staff appreciation, Shoes for the Shoeless, spaghetti supper, and more.

JH BUCC Club

Bucc Club 21-22

Officers

President Not Submitted
Vice-President  Not Submitted
Treasurer Not Submitted
Secretary Not Submitted

 

Advisor

Mrs. Kim Woloch

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JH Scholarship Club

JH Scholarship Club 21-22

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Treasurer Not Submitted
Secretary Not Submitted

 

Advisor

Mr. Adam Sweigart

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JH Student Council

JH Student Council 21-22

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Advisor

Mrs. Laura Ayres

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Mrs. Ayres

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National Honors Society

Nation Honors Society 21-22

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Secretary Not Submitted

 

Advisor

Mrs. Morgan Schmitz

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SADD

SADD 21-22

Officers

President Holly Beasley
Vice-President  Jensen Wagoner
Treasurer Libby Shaffer
Secretary Beth Kuether

 

Advisor

Mrs. Carolyn Iddings

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SADD--Students Against Destructive Decisions  (Goal:  To help fellow students become aware of the consequences involved for making poor choices in life)

Spanish Club

Spanish Club 21-22

Club Advisory Council

Fraley, Claire
Kendig, Ethan
Kuether, Elizabeth
Metz, Parker
Rawson, Owen
Schafer, Emily
Slusher, Sarah
Weaver, Yelena

Advisor

Mr. Brian Bohlander

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Spanish Club is an extracurricular organization which provides students the opportunity to participate in multicultural activities.

Yearbook Club

Yearbook Club

Advisor

Mrs. Amber Groppi

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Mrs. Groppi

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Yearbook is a student-led class that produces our yearbook, The Buccaneer, for our junior high and high school students. Our student editors work year-round to ensure all of our student groups at Covington Schools are represented well. Their responsibilities include photographing events, creating templates for use in the yearbook, promoting our yearbook sales, collaborating with local businesses to sell advertisements, and individually creating each page of the yearbook. The yearbook is solely produced by students, with the guidance of the advisor. These students take pride in their work, and are eager to showcase their peers in a book made to represent their lives as Covington students.