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What's Going On This Month...

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

The B+ Club has several activities planned. Thanks for making Go Gold Day a success on 9/21! 


Coming up next..



PJammin' for Childhood Cancer will be on Wednesday, September 29th. We ask our Hawks to donate $1 to the B+ Foundation. If our whole school donates, we can raise over $1,000. Hawks who donate will get a wristband to show their support for children who are battling cancer. Students with wristbands can wear pajamas to school to signify the countless hours that children spend in hospitals undergoing cancer treatment. *School appropriate PJs only. 


The B+ Club will select children who are battling Cancer and students spread cheer and support for them by creating virtual cards for these heroes throughout the month of September.  Stay tuned for more details. 


Clubs meet during alternating Tuesdays and Thursdays after school from 3pm-4:30pm. Students involved in activities can take the 4:30pm bus home on Tuesdays/Thursdays. Please click here to view the 5 different routes for ActivityBusStops. The times are listed for the 6pm routes, so please adjust times accordingly for the 4:30pm route. Please note: Activity buses drop students off in general locations that are different than the 3pm buses. 4:30pm buses will begin operating starting September 14th, 2021.

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Aerospace Club

Students will work to participate and create aerospace designs, competitions, and projects.  Contact:

B+ Club

Students unite in the fight vs childhood cancer and plan events to raise money for the B+ Foundation. B+ has planned events such as pajama day, talent show, powder puff game, dodge ball tournament, and hawk fest. Meets in room A111. Contact: or

Business/Entrepreneurship Club

Students will learn introductory business and entrepreneurial skills. Students will have the opportunity to write a basic business plan; and compete in various business competitions. Guest speakers will be a big component to this club. Contact:

Class Council for 2022

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers

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Class Council for 2023

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers

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Class Council for 2024

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers

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Class Council for 2025

Students meet to plan various class events and fundraisers.

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Environmental Club/Lyfe:

Provides a chance to bring students together and discuss topics of interest related to the environment. Allows students to discover new interests and educate themselves about improving the environment, all whilst supporting each other along the way.


The FAM (Forever A Movement)

This is a student led movement to provide a chance for students to have a safe space to interact with peers in a variety of affinity groups.


Girl Club/Ladies of Legacy

A club for young ladies with leadership interest and potential who are committed to leadership development and academic excellence. The application and interview process begins in mid-September. Meets in the Hawk Cafe. Contact: or 

Gaming Club

This club is for any students who are interested in playing games in a social setting. Students can gather to interact and play video, board, or card games. Students meet every Tuesday in room A205/207. Contact Person:


Students in the Health Care Career areas can meet to prepare for state and national competitions. Contact Person:

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society (NHS) is a nationwide organization for high school students in the United States. Selection is based on four criteria: scholarship (academic achievement), leadership, service, and character. Contact Person: *Must be invited to join.

National Technical Honor Society

The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is an honor society for outstanding career and technical students of workforce vocational education institutions in the United States. Only seniors are eligible for NTHS, and submit applications during September of their senior year. Check out link for details: NTHS Info

Contact Person: *Must apply and be accepted to join. 


Students in the Construction Trades and Consumer Services Career areas meet to practice and prepare for state and national competitions. Contact Person:

Time to Unwind

A safe place for students to meet and participate in various relaxing, interactive activities depending on the group that attends. The group is open to do arts/crafts/karaoke/movies/knitting/ect. All are welcome to attend. Meets on Thursdays 3-6pm in room A112. Contact Person:

UnLocke the Light, SL24

A student led club to end the stigma around mental health issues and provide support for students who are struggling with depression. Contact Person:

Walk and Talk

Students interested in walking after school can join our SG Wellness Center after school on Tuesdays from 3:10pm-4:20pm and take the 4:30pm activity bus home. Students who wish to walk and talk must be members of the Wellness Center. Wear comfortable shoes. Contact Person:

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new club

We know from year to year the interests of our students change and we always welcome ideas for new clubs. If you are interested in starting a new club, please complete the attached Form, New-Club-Application, and submit to the Student Activities Coordinator, Please make sure that you elaborate on the purpose and details for your club. Students must indicate if they have already secured an adult to be in charge of the club, or if they are still looking for one. All clubs must align with the SG Core Values:

CORE VALUES: We Strive To….

  1. Be kind (always)
  2. Be positive (even in the face of adversity)
  3. Be supportive (of each other, our students, and our parents)
  4. Be innovative
  5. Be leaders with integrity