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Service & Special Interest Clubs

Clubs and special interest groups are defined as those activities generated by student and/or staff interest.  Students participate on a voluntary basis and are not involved in public performances. The advisors' names are listed below the organization name.

ART CLUB

Jon Taft

 
Art Club is a social club that meets once a week in the art room. During this weekly meeting, students hang out with other kids who have similar interests, share drawings, work on projects, fund raise for field trips, and occasionally participate in contests or group projects like a school mural. Meetings are weekly all year.

 
ASIAN CLUB
Ying Jing Vang

 
We try to educate and bring awareness to the large variety of Asian ethnic groups. We also have created a social network of the Asian students and their allies within our school. Meetings are often weekly, but there are occasional schedule changes. During the 19-20 school year, meetings are Tuesdays from 3:00 to 4:30 followed by the free dinner together at SW.

ASL CLUB
Jean Laux

CHEMISTRY CLUB
John Sebranek

The Chemistry Club members are the students on the Southwest Science Academic Team. 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. 

 
COMMUNITY CLUB (Cookie Wednesday Club)
Adam Michalski

DEAF & HARD OF HEARING CLUB
Lauren McElrone

FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN ATHLETES
Tim Birr
Amy Stieber

Fellowship of Christian Athletes is open to all students wishing to meet, interact, and explore their Christian faith with their peers. The purpose is to join together for treats, fun and games, singing, and discussing together how our Christian faith impacts our own lives.  A few short readings, bible verses, and questions are discussed, and we also close with a prayer.  Meetings last 60-90 minutes.  All are welcome. Meetings are twice monthly, on Sunday nights, throughout the school year, at an advisor's or student's home. 

 
FEA (Future Educators of America)
Wade Jepsen

The FEA exposes students to the teaching profession by immersing them in the classroom setting as well as the surrounding teaching institutions:  UWGB, NWTC, and St. Norbert University.  Through guest speakers, classroom observations, and field trips, students begin to lay a foundation from which to build their career.  Students interested in any and all levels of education are welcome to attend. Meetings are every 3rd Thursday of the month but are adjustmented accordingly to align with the schedule of the school year.

 
FOX RIVER MONITORING
Stephanie Schlicht

GAMERS CLUB
Ann Blainski

GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance)
Janine Walch
Anna VanSchyndel

GUITAR CLUB
Patrick Thornton

The Southwest guitar club offers beginner, novice, and advanced guitar players an opportunity to come together and share their experience with the instrument.  The guitar club meets each week after school throughout the year.  

 
i3:club (Ujima Club)
Ingrid Hansen-Parker

HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America)
Rachel Johnson

HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the healthcare industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Meetings are at least two times per month, leadership opportunities, community service opportunities, encourage healthcare throughout our community competing in HOSA competitions is a requirement to be a part of the group.

 
KEY CLUB
Audrey Vandeyacht

LINK CREW
Stephanie Schlicht
Michelle Weeks

Link Crew is a group of juniors and seniors who run the freshmen orientation in August and plan and run academic and social events for freshmen throughout the school year.  The goal of Link Crew is to engage the freshmen in the Southwest community and help them successfully transition to high school.  Link Leaders must commit to two training sessions, one in May and one in August, two days of freshmen orientation in August, one meeting per month throughout the school year, and participating in as many of the monthly events as possible. 

 

MOCK UNITED NATIONS
Andrew Crane

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY
Jay Krings
Tony Kraszewski

NATIVE AMERICAN CLUB
Orleana Batiste
Myriah Summers

PEER ATHLETIC COUNCIL
Travis Lipsh

PEER GROUP

Janine Walch Anna VanSchyndel

POLITICS CLUB
Andrew Crane

POPS (Power of Peer Support)
Shannon Hall Torres

Power of Peer Supports runs each semester in both the classroom and lunch setting providing social opportunities for individuals on the Autism Spectrum with their mainstreamed peers. Students who are kind, caring, and compassionate and have an interest in possibly working with individuals with exceptionalities (disabilities) in their futures, are welcome to join and gain volunteer hours. Meetings are weekly once groups are established.

 
SOMALI YOUTH CULTURE CLUB
Heidi Baez

The Somali Youth Culture Club is a group dedicated to educating the school community about the Somali culture. The students develop ideas with one another and work together to ensure those ideas help spread awareness, tolerance, and acceptance here at Southwest. Meetings are typically 1-2 times a month after school (or as needed). Students decide how involved they want to be and how often they can/want to attend. 

 
SPANISH CLUB

Kim Christy

Spanish club is a club that meets every other week throughout the school year to learn more about the Spanish culture.  The group's members decide on cultural activities that may include cooking, movie nights, craft projects and holiday celebrations. Meetings are every other week all year.

 
STINGCANCER
Briana VanderHeiden
Michelle Weeks

Green Bay Southwest High School STINGCANCER is a passionate and committed collaboration of high school students and staff dedicated to reducing the effects of cancer by initiating and supporting programs and activities for the school and its surrounding community. Meetings are twice a month during the school year (with additional meeting dates if necessary to plan bigger events). Events can run during the school day or after school hours (example: StingCancer basketball games or StingCancer Spaghetti Dinner).

 
TREES FOR TOMORROW (Boys)
Tom Sebranek

 
TREES FOR TOMORROW (Girls)
Stephanie Schlicht

Trees for Tomorrow is an outdoor education experience offered in April or May each year.  Selected students (10 girls and 10 boys) spend three and a half days at the Trees for Tomorrow campus in Eagle River, WI learning about natural resources and their management.  Participants learn about water, land, timber, and wildlife management, pollution prevention and control, environmental testing, and recreational land use.  Procter & Gamble sponsors this unique experience and there is no cost for students to attend. This is a once a year event in April or May for 3-4 days.

UNITY CLUB
Trudy Lorberblatt


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