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Performance Based, Competitive, & Leadership Activities

These are activities that are competitive in nature, require tryouts, or have a defined selection process. The advisors' names are listed beneath the organization names.

A cappella - 1331 & REDEFINE
Brandon Rockstroh

1331 & REDEFINE, respectively, are the male and female a cappella groups at Southwest.  Both groups are auditioned, rehearse once a week before school in the spring, and perform at choir concerts, graduation, and other outside events. Meetings are once a week, second semester.

 
ACADEMIC DECATHLON
Laura Staloch

ACADEMIC TEAMS
Language Arts
Andrew Heimerman

Language Arts Academic Team is a team that competes in the annual Academic Competition in the spring. The competition is a test of writing skills and knowledge of classic literature. Meetings are once a week from November-April, and the competition is held in either March or April.

 
Mathematics
Tina Dumoulin

Social Studies
Jay Krings

Students who are passionate about social studies work together on released social studies themed trivia questions and exams.  They build their knowledge in order to compete against other schools at the Northeastern Wisconsin Academic Competition held at UWGB in the Spring. All students can join. 
Meetings are once a week from October through April. 

 
Science
John Sebranek

All students on the Southwest Science Academic Team have demonstrated outstanding skills in biology, chemistry and physics. Meetings are during the spring semester, twice a month, on Tuesday mornings.  In April the team meetings every Tuesday until the completion at UWGB in April. In all the team meets 6 to 8 times before the competition. 

CHEERLEADING
Deb Hall

COLOR GUARD
Sara Baye
 
DANCE - Troyettes
Shawna Landes

DECA (Marketing Club)
Micki Volk

DRUMLINE
Sara Baye

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America)
Josh Moreau

FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America)
Courtney Worth

FFA (Future Farmers of America)
Tom Sebranek

FORENSICS
Heidi Baez
Karissa Seidl

Forensics is a competitive club dedicated to public speaking and acting. Students interested in performing with their voice are encouraged to join this group, where they will have the opportunity to compete up to three times. There are a plethora of categories connected to speaking and acting, and students have the freedom to select a category they are most passionate about. The season starts in early January and ends in mid-April. There are a few meetings for the whole team, but most practices last about 15-20 minutes and are scheduled on an individual basis per the availability of the student and the coach(es). 

 
Jazz Band
Sara Baye

LACROSSE (varsity club)
Neil Anderson

LACROSSE, GREEN BAY UNITED (girls)


MATH CLUB
Tina Dumoulin

MUSICAL
Tifffany Uitenbroek

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY
Jay Krings

Students work individually or in groups to create original historical documentaries, exhibits, papers, performances, or websites.  Instead of learning history, students become the historians themselves. Time is spent researching a topic of choice related to a national theme.  Students take a one day the Historical Archives at UWGB to find primary and secondary historical sources to add to the originality of their research. Following the completion of the project, students show these off at a competition at UWGB and can qualify for the State and National National History Day Competition. All students can join. Work is completed from October through March.

 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Andrew Heimerman

National Honor Society is an organization dedicated to recognizing excellence in high school students. Members excel in the areas of scholarship, character, service, and leadership. The chapter holds monthly meetings and typically has a service project each month.

 

NEWSPAPER (The Shield)
Courtney Worth

PEP & MARCHING BAND
Sara Baye

PHYSICS CLUB
Jeff Nedobeck

ROBOTICS
Jason Neukirchen

CHOIR/SHOW CHOIR
Brent Bergstrom

SKILLSUSA
Jason Neukirchen

SOLAR OLYMPICS


STUDENT COUNCIL
 Ashley Brick


Freshman Class
Ann Blainski

Sophomore Class
Courtney Worth

Junior Class
Courtney Worth

Senior Class
        Courtney Worth


TALENT SHOW
Sara Baye
Tiffany Uitenbroek
Brandon Rockstroh

YEARBOOK
Rhea Jakusz
 Emily Dennis

Yearbook is a club that only meets a few times as a large group.  The rest of the time commitment suits your style and interest.  Take on a specific portion of the book. Interview athletes.  Create pages during your lunch or study hall.  Come by once a week to help with the job on hand. Photograph sporting events or club meetings.  Meet with the adviser if you are interested to find the perfect fit for your time and interests. The time commitment depends on what part of the book you choose to work on.

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