2021-2022 CLUBS

4-H
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4-H in Livingston Parish is a part of a local, state, national, and international youth program open to 4th-12th grade students.  The goal of 4-H is to have youth develop life skills that help them succeed through hands-on experiences.  Some of these life skills include leadership, responsibility, dedication, communication, and self-confidence.  Members can participate in the Livingston Parish Fair exhibiting their livestock, or participate in projects like homemaking, agriculture, or a host of other contests.  Club Sponsors:  Mrs. Sarah Strahan and Mrs. Catherine Starns-Ducote    

Chess Club

Learn to play chess.  No competition; just a fun, safe place for students to learn and interact with other students.  Club Sponsors:  Ms. Broussard and Ms. Farace

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Digital Media Club

Photography is much more than just having a camera and taking pictures. Club members will have opportunities to hone their skills by understanding and learning about what makes a good photograph. Additionally, club members will learn how to use photo editing software. Students will be encouraged to practice their skills while photographing school-related events and sporting events. All levels of experience are welcome and encouraged to explore this exciting side of visual arts. Club sponsor:  Ms. Harley Dekeyzer

FCA

FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) is a faith-based, student-led club for athletes and all other students.  At each monthly meeting, the club plays team-building games, listens to Christian music, and listens to a motivational speaker with a Christian message to inspire and encourage students to live out their faith among their peers.  FCA also puts their faith into action; club members are encouraged and given opportunities to participate in community service projects.  Club Sponsors:  Mrs. Joy Lewis and Mrs. Amber Richardson  

Girls Who Code Club
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Girls Who Code Clubs are meant for girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models, and use Computer Science to change the world. When you join a Club, you will be able to learn from fun and simple online coding tutorials, build community through interactive activities, and learn about inspiring role models. You then work in teams to design and build a Girls Who Code Project that solves real world problems you care about through code!

Club Sponsor: Mrs. Erica Thompson

Junior Beta Club

The Junior Beta Club focuses on top-notch academics and requires those involved to be service-minded and quality representatives of the academic and behavioral expectations of our school.  Club membership is only attained through invitation based on student merit and teacher recommendation.  Club Sponsors:  Mrs. Chavers and Mrs. Umbach

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Model Kit Club

Club members will focus on engineering ideas and will work together to replicate models of machinery.

RPG Club

The RPG Club promotes team building and creative thinking through the use of the fantasy role playing game HeroQuest. Tabletop role playing is a great opportunity for students to make new friends with other peers who have the same interests and may come from a different background.  Club Sponsor:  Mr. Ariza

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Science Club

The Science Club is a hands-on learning environment.  Members are taught to question, investigate, and explore.  The Science Club meets once a month during Club Day, and members will either participate in an experiment or get to learn from a guest speaker.  You never know who's going to show up or what we're going to get into.  Club Sponsor:  Mrs. Sutton

Team Sports Club

Team Sports Club is focused on helping members be active and healthy.  We also provide a wide range of sports activities for a diverse student population, with an emphasis on student development, leadership, teamwork, and social skills.  Members must maintain a C average and have zero disciplinary issues.  Students will engage in physical activity during club meetings. 

Club Sponsors:  Coach Pechon and Coach Lewis