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president contact

Sam Chamorro: 21morganchasa@capousd.org

Jasmine Gallegos: 21gallegosji@capousd.org

meetings in room 603

Latino Stem

Club Description

Promoting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) careers and majors to our peers, the goal of the Latino STEM Club is to increase awareness of futures in STEM. We additionally encourage our members to strive for a higher education and to incorporate STEM in their careers, interests, and lifestyle. Showing the importance of helping our community, our club members additionally volunteer and do their best to give back.

2019 service project

This semester's service project consists of serving the Dana Point Senior Center through the Age Well Senior Services philanthropy by making goodie bags for the holidays!

Club Constitution

Article I: Our club is called the Latino STEM Club.

 

Article II: To influence and encourage Latinos to strive for a higher education (college, etc.) and future within, but not limiting to, the STEM components. In addition, we will emphasize the importance of the communities around us.

 

Article III: There are no restrictions as to who can and can’t join the club.

 

Article IV: To elect officers, the present club members will vote during a meeting. 

 

Article V: The president will oversee the club, interact with leaders of philanthropies, speakers, and lead meetings. The Vice President will act as an activities coordinator and communicate with the president with problems and ideas. The secretary will be in charge of communicating with the members of the club by emailing about upcoming meetings, activities, and speakers. They will also keep track of minutes and agenda of meetings to report to the rest of the officers. The treasurer will be in control of money from fundraising and will be in charge of fundraising money.

 

Article VI: If an officer is not portraying the qualities needed of a competent leader and does not fulfill their duties as an officer, they will be removed by the president.

 

Article VII: With the use of sponsors and supporters, we will be able to fundraise the necessary amount of money to run our club. We can also fundraise with the help of community restaurants. Additionally, we can communicate with Latino and Hispanic associations within colleges and the United States for help for meeting ideas, speakers, and fundraising.

 

Article VIII: To prevent injuries of our members, we will ensure that our advisor or responsible adult accompanies us during club meetings and excursions. We will also be fully aware and in control of our meetings/activities.

 

Article IX: Our club will have a ⅔ majority vote of members present to amend our constitution. All amendments will be cleared through the club’s cabinet.

 

Article X: We will be involved in a multitude of service projects and community activities such as volunteering at philanthropies. These philanthropies can include Family Assistance Ministries, Boys and Girls Club, tutoring, and more. Our service clubs will emphasize the importance of helping out one’s community and those in need.

 

Article XI: We will ensure that all DHHS students are active in our club and emphasizing its purpose by portraying an active role in our community and encouraging a higher education and future for Latinos and others.

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.

club officers

Presidents: Sam Chamorro & Jasmine Gallegos

Vice President: Marisa Gaitan

Secretary: Alia Ziae-Moheseni 

advisor

Theresa Moos ex: 11603 English Teacher