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Sheby Oaks Club 6:30 PM

 

The Junior Class would like to announce Prom 2017 court members for "A Golden Night" to be held April 1st at The Oaks Club. Congratulations to Junior attendants Parker Cox, Hanna Cassel, Dexter Ingle and Sierra Harrison. Prom King candidates are Cameron Arnold, Kaleib Freistuhler, and Seth Stoodt. Prom Queen candidates are Jenna Jarrett, Emily Picker and Kaytlyn Riffell.

Queen Candidates

Jenna Jarrett

Emily Picker

Kaytlyn Riffell

King Candidates

Cameron Arnold

Kaleib Freistuhler

Seth Stoodt

 

Junior Court Members

Hanna Cassel

Parker Cox

Sierra Harrison

Dexter Ingle

Spanish Circle

Spanish Circle is the club that has been formed for students who share an interest in studying the language and culture of the Hispanic people.  Any student who is currently enrolled in Spanish is eligible and the annual dues are $5.  Activities include a bonfire, arts and crafts, holiday celebrations, mariachi bands, pen pals, Spanish Movie Night and more.  Please see Señora Chappie, if you are interested.

For Señora Chappie's eboard, click here.

2015-16 Activities

Emir Sensini Concert

On November 2nd, Spanish 2 students attended the Emir Sensini Concert.

 

 

Dia de los Muertes

On October 5th, Spanish Circle celebrated the Dia de los Muertes.

 

 

Bonfire

Spanish Circle members recently gathered at Catalín Ellison's house to kick off the new year and to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.  In addition to dining on chili, cornbread and tons of yummy cookies, students played a couple of rounds of Capture the Flag...in Spanish, of course!  Spanish IV members also tried their hand at breaking the piñata. The whole evening was muy divertido!

 

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

 

We are the Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America. FCCLA is a dynamic and effective student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through career family and consumer sciences education.  Our mission is to promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education focusing on the multiple roles of family members, wage earners and community leaders, members develop skills for life through:

  • Character development
  • Creative and critical thinking
  • Interpersonal communication 
  • Practical knowledge
  • Career preparation.

The purposes of FCCLA:

  1. To provide opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life.
  2. To strengthen the function of the family as the basic unit of society.
  3. To encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community.
  4. To encourage individual; and group involvement in helping achieve global cooperation and harmony.
  5. To promote greater understanding between youth and adults.
  6. To provide opportunities for making decisions and for assuming responsibilities 
  7. To prepare for the multiple roles of men and women in today’s society.
  8. To promote Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations.

 

Membership

What are the qualifications for being an FCCLA member?

  • Any student who is taking or has taken a course in Family and Consumer Sciences, or as determined by the state department of education, (middle school through grade 12) is eligible for membership in an organized chapter within the school.

Dues

  • Total dues are $15.00

 

We do various activities throughout the year such as, 

  • Themed movie night for the elementary students
  • Partner up with FFA to make and deliver goody bags to the elderly 
  • Candy Sales
  • Dental hygiene with kindergarten
  • Made wheelchair blankets for the elderly 
  • Collected donations for Ronald McDonald House 
  • Prepare a Spring Tea for the Hardin-Houston Staff
  • Deliver Valentines to members and friends
  • Attend State Leadership camp 
  • Attend National Cluster Meeting 

 

2015 - 2016 Chapter Officers

President: Katherine Everett 

Vice President: Allie Voisard

Secretary: Maya Wills

Treasurer: TBA 

Executive Council: Kaitlyn Ellison, Josie Davis

Muse Machine

The Muse Machine is a performing and visual arts club that helps students express their creativity and get excited about learning.  Please see Mrs. McClurg if you are interested.

2015-16 Assemblies

Students enjoy the world of music

At our first Muse Machine assembly of the year, Houston Junior High and High School students were given the pleasure of being entertained by guitarist and composer Michael Kelsey. The students were able to see how to make music out of anything and became a part of his "world" for a while. The students were able to laugh and enjoy the assembly while learning new things. Thank you, Michael Kelsey!

 

Band

The Houston High School band is under the direction of Dave Resister. Keep up with the latest performances and activities.

The Fall Band Concert was held on Thursday, November 5th.

 

The Houston High School Marching Band took part in Wapakoneta's Halloween Parade on October 22nd. 

Mr. Resister trying to hide from the camera

 

Marching in the parade

 

 

The Houston High School Marching Band took part in the Bradford Pumpkin Festival Parade on October 8th. 

The seniors excited for their last Bradford parade

The band is pumped for the parade

Marching in the parade

 

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