Clubs and Organizations

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About the clubs


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Bowling


Harrisburg Bowling Team Coach: John Doe

About our Bowling Program


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FCCLA


Come be a part of our family! At Harrisburg High School, students who have taken a course in family and consumer science can become members of an organization that promotes the family. Come join the Harrisburg Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America!

FCCLA is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education. 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, character development, interpersonal communication, and career preparation – necessary in the home and workplace.

At Harrisburg High School, FCCLA members have completed the following activities that focus on the family and community – hosting the annual Children’s Halloween Party, collecting items for the local food pantry, serving at the Banquet in Sioux Falls, working at the Union Gospel Mission, creating activities that address the issues of drinking and driving, hosting a mock car crash, hosting a Life Day at the high school, renovating a room at the Ronald McDonald House, raising money for CNN, hosting a career fair, no texting campaign, addressing bullying issues, and a Princess Party. If you are interested, contact the high school and ask for an FCCLA officer or advisor.

HOSA


The mission of HOSA is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the health care community.

More information about how to join HOSA can be found on the HOSA website. https://hhshosa.shutterfly.com/


Student Officers

President – Marisa Morris
Vice President – Noah Petersen
President-Elect – Kelsi Snyder
Historian – Bailey Pickering
Secretary – Grace Boddicker
Reporter – Hannah Abbott
Treasurer – Hannah Markman

Co-Advisors:

Mrs. Cardillo
Lisa.Cardillo@k12.sd.us

Ms. Brink
Sarah.k.Brink@k12.sd.us

FFA


We are an agricultural science program located in Harrisburg, SD. Our chapter has 264 active AET student accounts and 2 teachers.
Our students are developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education.
Please take a look around our site to see what’s going on at Harrisburg FFA.


For information about Harrisburg FFA , please contact:
Harrisburg FFA
P.O. Box 339
Harrisburg, SD 57032

The Harrisburg High School Tiger Vision crew is a dedicated group of students who add extra pizazz to most every after school event at the high school. They start out their evening before the athletes take the field, the court or the stage – running cables and setting up equipment. During the game, students run cameras and computer equipment to catch the Tigers sweetest athletic moves and play the music that rocks the house. During football, they are on the field with their cameras rain, snow or stars. After the game, they tear it all back down again.

Back in the classroom, these students are editing the recorded footage to put all the best plays of the night together, they are creating the starting-line up intros you see before the game, and they are creating the scripts that the announcer speaks during the game.

NHS Contract

National Honor Society Service Hour Log Sheet

– Nominations are submitted in the fall after freshman year. All Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors with a 3.75 GPA will be invited to apply

– After nomination, induction is based on character, leadership, activities, and community service paperwork which is submitted by the student.

– Members are selected (based on the paperwork submitted) by a 5 member faculty council, appointed by the principal.

– Mrs. Cardillo/Mr. Amolins serve as advisors for this group; however, are not a part of the voting council.

– Members are expected to participate in the monthly service projects planned by the NHS elected officers.

Duties of National Honor Society Officers
President
1. Preside over all meetings
2. Meet with administrator to update them on chapter activities and goals
3. Assume leadership role in organizing fundraisers and service projects
4. Organize induction ceremony
5. Research possible service projects and activities for chapter6. Read and become familiar with the NHS contract and be able to inform members of its content
Vice President
1. Preside over all meets in absence of President
2. Determine all meeting dates to be approved by advisors
3. Write up releases to website and paper about upcoming events
4. Assume leadership role in organizing fundraisers and service projects
5. Read and become familiar with the NHS contract and be able to inform members of its content
Secretary
1. Take minutes at all meetings- copy and give to advisors
2. Read back minutes from previous meetings
3. Keep accurate attendance- contact members who have missed meeting without notifying advisors
4. Make copies of applications and put together binders for faculty committee
5. Write announcements and have them approved
6. Distribute all information and materials for fundraisers and service projects 7. Assume leadership role in organizing fundraisers and service projects
Treasurer
1. Get copy of current NHS balance and transactions
2. Keep an up to date record of all transactions
3. Complete purchase orders and submit to advisors
4. Collect all money made or raised by chapter, and fill out deposit slips whennecessary
5. Take accurate inventory of all needed supplies and make order
Service Project Coordinator
1. Make up check sheet and alphabetized notebook for all current members
2. Explain individual service projects to members
3. Distribute and collect service project requirements and proposals to all members
4. Review service project proposals and adjust, then contact members as needed
5. Distribute and collect completed service project final assessments and file

Quiz Bowl


–weekly practices on Friday mornings in the Commons
–monthly meets at surrounding schools
–questions from many categories including but not limited to: math, science, english, grammar, literature, art, music, sports, chemistry, physics, geography, pop culture, current events….
–meets consist of 6 rounds of 30 questions. Winning team gets 5 extra points. Team with highest number of points, WINS!
–competitions include AA, A and B rated schools.


Publications


Tiger Apparel, Yearbooks, Cards, Class Jewelry and Clothing etc. can all be ordered Here.

Tiger Times Newspapers can be found Here.