Advisor: Alex Saager
Art Club is a way to join together middle and high school students that have a passion for art. Students have opportunities for new experiences such as museum visits, new projects, and new techniques.
Battle of the books
Advisor: Michele Green
The statewide Battle of the Books program is designed to promote a love of reading among our students. It encourages students to read a variety of books and remember information about the plots, characters, and settings of the books. It is a fun, academic-based competition that has been very successful in school districts throughout the state in encouraging students to read.
Advisor: Haley Yates
Advisor: Matt Raatz
Future Business Leaders of America is an organization geared for students interested in business. FBLA is most active in February during which the FBLA Region II Leadership Conference is held and continuing into March or April when the State Leadership Conference is in progress. Some of the categories in which students are able to compete are: Business English, Business Math, Parliamentary Procedures, Impromptu Speaking, and many others. The club meets at least once a month to discuss activities.
Some of the many benefits of joining FBLA are: new friendships, friendly competition with students from other schools, new knowledge of the business world, and, of course, parties. Being a member of FBLA also looks impressive on your school record when entering college or applying for a job. If you are interested in the business field and enjoy competing, FBLA is the organization for you.
Advisor: Kristin Jaenke
Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) focuses on community service projects and strives for good leadership of the members. Some of our projects in the past have included making meals for the Ronald McDonald House and the House of Mercy, participating in the Angel Tree, making blankets for various places in need, and raising money for children’s cancer research.
Advisor: Loghan Hallett
The Greenwood FFA Chapter remains committed to the individual student, providing a path to achievement in premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. FFA members are part of a total program in agricultural education, consisting of classroom instruction in agriculture, supervised agricultural experiences where students gain career skills and on the job training and leadership development through the FFA organization.
Advisor: Haley Yates
Students who join forensics will develop the ability to recreate written thoughts of others through vocal delivery (speeches). Students will develop insights into the universal human experience as well as emotional and aesthetic values. In addition, students will be able to interact with students from other schools in the context of a social and intellectual activity.
National Honor Society
Advisor: Marixa La Mont
National Honor Society is a prestigious service organization that promotes recognition for students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. As a member of NHS, students continue to grow in these four areas through volunteering and various activities they participate in throughout the year. Membership in NHS is a privilege, an honor, and a commitment. Every two years the members also travel to Washington DC and New York City for an educational tour of our country’s history.
Advisor: Renee Fait
The purpose of the Spanish club at Greenwood High School is primarily to enhance students’ language and cultural experience. In the past, students have traveled to Latin American countries and the club provided the opportunity to fundraise for that major event. Like-minded students enjoy each other’s company as we do other activities such as Latin-dancing, bowling, movies and roller skating.
High School Advisor: Marah Bodendorfer
Middle School Advisors: Jenny Hafermann and David Post