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Clubs at HWRHS

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You will find our many clubs and activities listed below along with the name of the  faculty leader(s) and contact information. Click the name of the activity for more specific information. Some of the activities have their own page on this site. You may view their information by clicking the direct links which follow:

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Alpine Athletics

  Ms. Sano, Advisor

The Ski Club is open to all students.  During the winter ski season the ski club runs several types of programs for beginners to expert skiers and snowboarders.  Examples of ski programs include a weekend ski trip to Sunday River over the Martin Luther King holiday, a four week Learn to Ski Program (not just for beginners-lessons for all levels) at Gunstock as well as other one day ski trips. Listen for announcements and notices of upcoming ski trips.

Art Club

Ms. Cooney, Advisor

The Art Club is a place for students to expand their artistic abilities and interests utilizing open studio time.  Students may work on projects for a visual art class or are welcome to develop a project of their own. The Art Club meets twice a month on Tuesdays in Room 403 and is open to everyone.

                          Email c.cooney@hwschools.net for more information.

Book Club

Mr. Hickey, Advisor

             For more information, email r.hickey@hwschools.net 

C.A.R.E.

Ms. Maney, Advisor

Celebrating Awareness, Respect and Equality is a club open to all students who are interested in creating awareness, encouraging acceptance, and celebrating diversity. A major goal of the club is through education to create a safe and supportive environment for everybody in the school community regardless of sexual orientation, race, color, gender or creed. Other goals include supporting and sponsoring cultural activities and performances for the entire school. CARE meets on Tuesdays in Room 100 after school.  

Email l.maney@hwschools.net for more information.

College Bowl Team

Mr. Bucci, Advisor  

The College Bowl Team, competes against area schools and is open to all students. Students involved in College Bowl increase their general knowledge.  The Team meets each Monday in Room 107 and has monthly meets at Salem High School.  

Email v.bucci@hwschools.net for more information.

Creative Writing

Mr. Pape, Advisor

Come see what the Creative Writing Club is all about.  We meet on Tuesday after school in Room 114.

Email r.pape@hwschools.net for more information.

Dungeons & Dragons

 Ms. Giampaolo, Advisor

Dungeons and Dragons  (D&D) is a fantasy role-playing game set in an imaginary world based loosely on medieval myth.  The core of D&D is storytelling.  It is an opportunity for you and your friends to tell a story together. Players are characters in an ongoing fantasy story where players are able to step into the boots of mighty heroes (and sneaky antiheroes) to create their own stories in a world created by the Dungeon Master. Each player has their own character that they use to explore new and old worlds, guiding their heroes through quests for treasure, battles with deadly foes, daring rescues, courtly intrigue, and much more. This club meets on Thursday after school.

Email j.giampaolo@hwschools.net for more information.

 

Environmental Club

Ms. Pilkanis, Advisor

Come and join the environmental club, help us reach our goals to beautify our schools, towns and make an effort to help with environmental issues that are happening in our world. We meet before school on Wednesdays.

                          Email p.pilkanis@hwschools.net for more information.

Fall Musical

Mr. Shailor, Advisor

Each year the Music Department presents a Broadway Musical. In the past "The Music Man", "Pirates of Penzance", "My Fair Lady", "Sound of Music", "Godspell", "Guys and Dolls", "Grease", "West Side Story", "Pippin", "Working", "Animal Crackers", “Fiddler on the Roof” and “HMS Pinafore” have met with great acclaim. Students talented in dramatics, set design, graphics, lighting, and members of the pit orchestra are needed for this production.

Interact

Mr. Blanchard & Ms. Sano, Advisors

Interact (Junior Rotary) is open to all high school students. The purpose of the group is to provide community service at the local, national and international levels. Service projects are determined annually by the students; examples of past initiatives include: food and clothing collections for the needy, Salvation Army collections, the Brian MacKenzie Foundation and the Polio Plus Rotary International Project. Meetings are held before school on Thursdays.

Email k.sano@hwschools.net for more information.

Japanese Culture Club

  Mr. Hickey, Advisor

Interested in Japanese Culture? Come see what we are talking about.

Email r.hickey@hwschools.net for more information.

Literary Magazine

Mr. Pape, Advisor 

The literary magazine is intended to give all students a vehicle for publishing their poetry, fiction and nonfiction writing.  Contributions to the magazine may be given to the editorial staff, English teachers or hte Literary Magazine mailbox in the English Office.  

Email r.pape@hwschools.net for more information.

Math Team

Mr. Shippen, Advisor

The Math Team combines the excitement of interscholastic competition with academics. Every month from October through April, ten students from each of the thirty-six schools in the Massachusetts Mathematics League assemble to compete in divisional meets.

Even though ten students compete each month, the math team is not limited to ten nor is it only for the strong student. Attending practices and taking tryout tests almost assure a better understanding of mathematics. Some supposedly average students have developed a real interest or talent in math as a member. Math Team members will see new areas of mathematics and have a chance to work on stimulating and challenging problems.

The value of the math team to students has been dramatically proven by higher scores achieved on the College Board achievement tests, and by results in the state and national actuarial prize exams. Freshmen are encouraged to try out since there are positions on the team for them.

Email t.shippen@hwschools.net for more information.

Mock Trial

Mr. Emmett, Advisor

Would you like to learn more about what takes for lawyers to prepare for a trial? We generally meet on Thursdays after school in Room 113.

Email r.emmett@hwschools.net for more information.

Model UN

Ms. Borges, Advisor

The Model UN club (MUN) is an organization that ‘models’ the actual United Nations and its functions through simulation. The simulation occurs at local high schools and universities where students are assigned as delegates to a member nation of the United Nations, and assigned a specific committee. Research on the actual country’s position is required prior to attending the MUN conference. At the MUN conference, members of the delegation present and debate their country’s position to other students from different schools that are representing assorted nations. MUN meets every Thursday after school from 2:20 – 3:00. (You can still join MUN if you play sports!) In addition to regular meetings, the MUN club goes to approximately three conferences, or MUN events each year. Meetings are on Thursday, afterschool in Room 109.

Email k.borges@hwschools.net for more information.

Political Club

Mr. Emmett, Advisor

If you like political issues, give the Politics Club a try. We meet on Wednesdays after school in Room 111.

Email r.emmett@hwschools.net for more information.

Sound Off

Mr. Hickey, Advisor

Email r.hickey@hwschools.net for more information.

 

Spanish Culture Club

Mr. Jones, Advisor 

The Spanish Culture Club offers members language and cultural enrichment.  Meetings are on Wednesdays during Powerblock in Room 203.

Email m.jones@hwschools.net for more information.

Student Government

Ms. Rogal, Advisor

This group which recruits membership from the entire school is a supervisory and service organization. Voting members in Student Government are the class officers and four representatives from each class directly elected by the class. Student Government runs elections, supervises the calendar of events, selects students for certain awards, monitors fund raising and investigates issues of concern to the student population.

Members of Student Government occasionally serve as an advisory council to the Principal and faculty as well as bring issues to them in acting as a sounding board in issue resolutions.

Elections take place in the spring for upperclassmen and in the fall for freshmen. Voting members include a President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, four representatives chosen from each class, one student elected at large to be a School Committee representative and two students to represent the school at the Northeast Regional Student Advisory Council. Student Government meets on Wednesdays during Powerblock.

Theatre Workshop

Mr. Shailor, Advisor                                                                   

Actors, make-up artists, stage hands - anyone who is willing to work in "show business" is welcome to join the Regional's Theatre Workshop. The society is well-known for its exceptionally fine taste in drama as well as for the professional quality of its productions.

The plays have included "The Legacy", "Murder Game", "Poet and the Rent", "The Nerd", "Directions", "Galileo", "The Tower", "Reckless", "Speak" and "Sound of a Voice"

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