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Clubs & Afterschool Information

Forest Heights offers many after school activities and clubs for our students. These clubs provide opportunities for students to participate in activities, interact with peers in a supervised setting, and form relationships with adults. Some clubs focus on a specific area, thus allowing students to develop their skills and interests in that area. Other clubs provide an array of activities from which students can choose. For more information on the clubs below, please contact the sponsor via the provided email address. 

100 Mile Club K-5 

sarah.perkins@lrsd.org


Art Club 4-5

shelby.baker@lrsd.org


Art Club 6-8

misty.kew@lrsd.org Ryan.Sniegocki@lrsd.org


Chess Club 


Club Music 3-8

satia.spencer@lrsd.org cory.olson@lrsd.org


Destination Imagination (DI) K-8

tranice.johnson@lrsd.org


Environmental Club 6-8


Foreign Language Travel Club 7-8

christine.mignot@lrsd.org


Lego Club K-3

deidre.williams@lrsd.org


Math Club 


Media Squad 4-8

deidre.williams@lrsd.org

Student library helpers and maker space presenters must pick up an application from the Media Center. Select days at lunch and after school TBA


Quiz Bowl


Robotics 3-5

amber.harbin@lrsd.org Patrick.wilson@lrsd.org


Robotics 6-8

katina.white@lrsd.org Matthew.Diffey@lrsd.org


Science Club 


Steministas

amber.harbin@lrsd.org


Student Council 6-8

Jeffrey.Davidson@lrsd.org

Middle School Lunches


Treble Choir

satia.spencer@lrsd.org


Yearbook 5-8

amber.harbin@lrsd.org

Lunch Meetings

Students in grades 5-8 are welcome to interview and possibly be apart of this creative staff. 

Advisor

Teacher(s) ultimately responsible for the overall development and content of the book. Among the duties:

  • Delegates staff assignments
  • Recruits staff and assigns jobs with the adviser
  • Sets and enforces a production schedule
  • Edits every page and proof
  • Leads staff meetings
  • Trains and coaches staff
  • Decides theme, design, and coverage with the adviser and other editors
  • Plans ladder with the adviser and section editors
  • Sales, Ads, and money collection
  • Balances the budget
  • Organizes additional fundraising efforts if necessary
  • Writes receipts
  • Makes deposits into the yearbook account

Student Editor-in-Chief(s) (Design & Photo)

A student assistant who keeps the staff operating efficiently. Among the duties:

  • Maintains supplies
  • Checks individual deadlines
  • Reports to adviser
  • Provides constructive feedback to improve writers’ work/photographers work
  • Establishes copywriting styles with the advisor
  • Compares copy on all pages to prevent repetitiveness
  • Suggests coverage ideas to designers and photographers

Photo Editor

The person who assigns photographers to cover all events and stories. Among the duties:

  • Edits photos and cutlines
  • Uploads photos to the yearbook site
  • Ensures no photo runs twice and the same people are not photographed too often
  • Assists the advisor with the class, group, club, and sports team Picture Days
  • Reports to editor-in-chief and advisor

Photographers

Take all the requested photos. Among the duties:

  • Shoot assigned event before, during or after school
  • Edit photos
  • Write appropriate cutlines
  • Reports to photo editor

Reporters

Cover and submit stories on events. Among the duties:

  • Conduct interviews
  • Cover assigned event before, during or after school
  • Write and submit stories by deadline
  • Reports to the editors

Young Aviator's Club

deidre.williams@lrsd.org