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Club Rush Dates

Thursday, September 28

and

Friday, September 29

During Lunchtime in the Mall

 

Completed applications will be approved at the September 13 ASU Cabinet meeting. All approved applications will guarantee your club to appear at Club Rush.

 

Incomplete applications will have one week (due at the end of the day on Monday, September 18) to make corrections to still be in Club Rush. To participate in Club Rush, your club application must be turned in by Monday, September 11. 

 

Applications may still be turned in all the way to October 2, for fall approval.

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Philosophy

The program of clubs and organizations at Dana Hills High School is based on the belief that students should have the opportunity to pursue interests and develop new friendships by becoming involved in school activities. The Administration and Associated Student Union believe that a varied and active co-curricular program contributes greatly to the development of leadership, self-worth, and ultimately enriches high school life.

Meeting Minutes

This year all meeting minutes are turned into the ICC Box by the last school day of each month! You do not need to upload them to your club website yourself, simply turn them into the ICC Box. Each Club must have at least one meeting per month where meeting minutes are taken!

Club Posters

All Clubs must turn in three copies of a Club Poster that is the size of a piece of paper (8 1/2 x 11) to the ICC Box 1 week prior to a Club Meeting. These posters should include: the Club's name, the date of the meeting, and the room number of the meeting. These three items are necessary but Clubs can also add colorful elements or other information on what will be discussed during the meeting. 

InterClub Council By-Laws

ICC Bylaws

 

  1. In order to be considered an official Dana Hills club, one must fill out the club application. 

  2. Clubs are recommended for approval/denial by the ICC President to the ASU cabinet at the next immediate meeting following the due date of club applications for both fall and spring semesters.

  3. Clubs applications will not be accepted beyond each semester due date for participation in Club Rush.

  4. Club applications may be submitted up to three weeks past the original due date, but they will not be allowed to participate in club rush.

  5. Only a credentialed teacher may advise a club. A teacher cannot be the adviser for more than two clubs.

  6. Club rush will be held within the first six weeks of each semester.

  7. There shall be a mandatory ICC meeting the first Monday of every month unless otherwise notified by the ICC president.

  8. Clubs must have at least one meeting every month and turn in meeting minutes for each meeting. They are to be turned into the ICC President's mailbox, located on the door of room 614.

  9. A strike will be given for missing meeting minutes and/or lack of attendance at mandatory ICC meetings.

  10. All clubs must do a community service project and show proof by posting pictures of the event by the last ICC meeting of the year.

  11. Clubs who fail to post about service projects from the prior years will not be approved.

  12. All clubs must maintain their School Loop webpage and keep it up to date at all times.

  13. Clubs will be disbanded if they receive three strikes.

  14. Disbanded clubs will receive a one year moratorium that begins the next academic year.

  15. Officers of disbanded clubs cannot create a new club during their one year moratorium.

The Board of Trustees desires to provide a safe school environment that allows all students equal access and opportunities in the district’s academic and other educational support programs, services, and activities.  The Board prohibits, at any District school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, including discriminatory harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the student’s actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, nationality, ethnicity, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.

Contact:

Questions? Contact: danahillsclubs@gmail.com

Inter-Club Council President

Jillian Hutchison, ICC President

Kelly Kartchner, Committee Trustee

Clubs & Organizations

Club Application Requirements

The following parts of the application are needed in order for the club to be approved and can be found in the clubs locker:

-Dana Hills High School Request for Organization of a New Club

-Dana Hills High School Club Constitution*

-Club Advisor Agreement

-President Contact Form

 

Club Application

 

*Returning clubs may submit last year's constitution. New clubs must create and submit a club constitution.

 

TURN IN APPLICATIONS NO LATER THAN MONDAY, SEPTEMBR 11 TO THE BOX ON THE DOOR OF ROOM 614. 

Important Documents for Club Officers

Important Documents for Club Teacher-Advisors

The role of the teacher-advisor is to give advise to club members and to attend club meetings when they are called. Clubs are student-driven and it is not the teacher-advisor's responsibility to follow through with the student agendas unless asked to participate. Please read and familiarize yourself with the documents listed below.

Club Guidelines

Club Advisor Expectations

Rules regarding club fees

Club Advisor Agreement

Club Rush

Club Rush is held each semester during lunch in the Mall.

Tips for Club Rush

Sample Sign Up Form

Culture Faire Documents

If you are working the faire during any of your class periods, you must have the document below signed by your teachers and/or parents before being excused from class. The permission slip is due to your teacher-advisor no later that one week prior to culture faire.

Permission Slip to Work Culture Faire

We encourage all clubs to solicit donations to sell at the culture faire in order to maximize the revenues earned by your club. Please view the document below for soliciting donations.

Donation Letter for Culture Faire

Clubs Locker

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