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Student Clubs and Organizations

Baldwin-Woodville High School
Co-Curricular Activities

 


Academic Incentives Program
Advisor: Mr. Dave Brandvold

All-School Play
Advisor: Ms. Laura Hanson

Art Club
Advisor: Mrs. Shannon Kamm

Band - Marching/ Jazz
Advisor:  Mr. Adam Bassak

Class Officers
Advisor: Mr. Shane Nigbor

Drama Club
Advisor: Mr. Dave Brandvold

FBLA LogoFBLA - Future Business Leaders of America
FBLA is the national organization for all secondary school students participating in business education programs. It functions as an integral part of the instructional program of the business education curriculum in secondary schools. The mission of the organization is to provide additional integrated learning opportunities for students to develop authentic supportive competencies, to provide for an understanding of post-secondary and/or career options, along with promotion of civic and personal responsibilities.
Baldwin-Woodville Chapter chartered: 1990-91 school year.
Advisor: Mr. Keith Stuedemann

FCCLA LogoFCCLA - Family, Career and Community Leaders of America
Building Skills for Life: Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization that helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.
Advisor: Mrs. Angela Schmoker

FFA LogoFFA - Future Farmers of America
FFA is a national organization for Agribusiness Education in public high schools. It is an extracurricular activity and an integral part of any agribusiness curriculum. Through Agribusiness Education and Supervised Occupational Experience programs, FFA offers students a chance to improve their personal and agricultural skills before they leave high school. FFA members may participate in contests at the local, state, and national levels. Members can become leaders by practicing leadership skills in chapter meetings and committee work, or serving as officers at chapter, district, or state levels in the organization. Members can compete for awards made available through the National FFA Foundation, State FFA Foundation, or local chapter. Ag enrollment can provide opportunities and skills to last a lifetime. Its curriculum includes studies in economics, computers, biotechnology, marketing, international relations, animal science, crop science, horticulture, conservation, agricultural supplies and services, agricultural mechanics, and more.
Advisor: Mrs. Michelle Kamm

Forensics
Advisor:  Mrs. Angela Schmoker and Ms. Laura Hanson

NHS LogoNational Honor Society
The National Honor Society was founded in 1921 with the hope of creating an organization that would recognize and encourage academic achievement while developing other characteristics essential to citizens in a democracy. The ideals of scholarship, character, service, and leadership remain as relevant today as they were in 1921.
The B-W chapter of the National Honor Society consists of juniors and seniors who are selected by a five-member faculty council. The council, whose members are appointed by the principal on a yearly basis, reviews the qualifications of the candidates, garnering input from the entire staff in the form of a survey. Members are inducted at a banquet, usually held during the second quarter of school.
Throughout the year, National Honor Society members serve the school and community by completing various service projects. They serve as peer tutors, and have also created audio recordings of textbooks used by special education students. Other projects have included initiating a service learning program at the local grade school and honoring educators during National Teachers' Week. They also organize the high school's annual academic and artistic awards ceremony held every spring.
Advisor: Mrs. Kit Smestad

VICA LogoSkillsUSA-VICA - Vocational Industrial Clubs of America
SkillsUSA-VICA prepares America's high performance workers. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. It emphasizes total quality at work, high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education and pride in the dignity of work. SkillsUSA-VICA also promotes understanding of the free enterprise system and involvement in community service activities.
Advisor: Mr. Kyle Miller

Spanish Club
Advisor: Mrs. Jennifer Schommer and Mrs. Rachel Ducklow

Student Council
Advisor: Mr. Shane Nigbor

TAP - Teacher Assistance Program
Advisor:  Mrs. Kit Smestad

Vocal Music - Swing Choir/Madrigal
Advistor:  Mrs. Jane Thompson

 Yearbook
Advisor: Mr. Keith Stuedemann and Mrs. Jane Thompson