Clubs at ECCHS have been very busy this semester. They have been very active in the community and have done many service projects. Giving back is the core goal of all our clubs. These are the clubs we have covered this semester and one major service project or event that they have been part of:
National Honors Society has really picked up in the past few months. The club increased in members, had an official induction ceremony, and began many different service projects for members to participate in.
Friends Helping Friends had their annual basketball game on October 10th which was a huge success and lots of fun for the friends and the members.
Anchor Club participated in their monthly service projects which included providing water and flashlights for hurricane victims and making goody-bags for the Veterans Day program.
Key Club has had a great year so far with their monthly meetings and participation in the homecoming parade.
BETA Club is staying very busy. This semester they inducted new members, recently hosted their annual Christmas party, and will be participating in the BETA Convention for the first time this January.
Interact Club has had their monthly meetings, hosted their raffle to raise money for a family in need, participated in their annual Christmas party, and recently had members ring the Salvation Army bell for service hours.
National Art Honor Society recently painted “Devil Heads” around campus and also painted an Elbert County mural on the square.
FFA hosted a blood drive, attended livestock show, and went to national FFA Convention this semester. They will soon take an ice skating trip.
FCCLA is a club with a mission. FCCLA participates in both a fall and spring service project. Members will soon be preparing for competition in STAR events.
Student Council decorated the lunchroom and hallways for the Homecoming dance on September 30th.
Blue Way Committee was in charge of the 9th grade visitation and assembly at the beginning of the school year.
SkillsUSA prepared for their bake sale at the Christmas meeting on Wednesday, December 6th and will be using the money raised from the sale to fund their club.
4-H held meetings and organized trips have been held throughout this semester.
FBLA will be participating in the “Adopt a Child Christmas” that provides Christmas presents for a child in need.
Spanish Club is a new club this year and can only be expected to grow. The members participate in project throughout the community, practice speaking and writing Spanish, assist students in the high school who are struggling with Spanish, and even connect with penpals.
We look forward to seeing what the new year will bring for these clubs and their members!