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ASB Clubs and Advisors

CLUB BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF CLUB ADVISOR / E-MAIL
Interest/Service Clubs
Amnesty International   Lori Dohe
Arts in the Community Purpose: A place where students can gather to create entertainment for the community. Claircy Clizer
Auto Club Wa-Hi Auto Club allows student discounts to WW drag racing and provides information on SCCA racing, area car shows, and automotive repair and autobody programs beyond high school.   Paul Quick
AVID   Julie Cox
Blue Devil Strong Blue Devil Strong is a group that has been created that will bring awareness and help to students dealing with depression, suicidal thoughts, mental illness, and addiction. This is a student group that will bePeer trained,will inform studentsandbring awarenessto these issues, and help all the students pull together in our community. Jason Postlewait
Peggy Needham
Boy's Federation   Scott Magnaghi
Debate Club

See: Debate Club Website

Keith Swanson
FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) FBLA is a business leadership organization with a variety of social events, community service, interaction with community business leaders, and competitions throughout the year. Bernard Ma
FCCLA FCCLA members develop, plan, carry out and evaluate projects to improve the quality of life. Members must be enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science class such as Culinary Arts, Foods and You, Health, Child Development and Careers in Education.

Barbara Buttice

FFA (Future Farmers of America)

FFA is a dynamic youth organization within agricultural education that changes lives and prepares students for premier leadership, personal growth and career success.

See: Ag/FAA Website

Arch McHie

Lindsey Butcher
 
Jessica Johnson

FPS (Future Problem Solvers) The Future Problem Solving Program (FPSP) engages students in critical and creative thinking skills and encourages students to develop a vision for the future. Students compete to qualify for state and international competitions. FPS members meet monthly.

John Buissink

(Gay Buissink)

France & Italy Trip Club To introduce students to cities, historical monuments, and places of interest in France & Italy in preparation for the June France & Italy Trip.  Also to introduce travel safety and tips.

Kerri Tucker

German Club We host exchange students from Germany in May of even years (2012, 2014), and we travel to Germany in June of odd years (2013, 2015, etc). We have had this exchange program with our partner school in Reutlingen, Germany, since 2006. You can host a German student, travel to Germany, or both. Being in German class is not required, but sure helps, especially for those traveling to Germany!

Curtis Schafer

 Green Club     Clayton Hudiburg
GSA Purpose: To provide a safe environment for all people of sexual orientation or gender identity. Our mission is to promote equality through community awareness.

Crystal Evans 

Keith Swanson
Key Club Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.Today, Key Club exists on more than 5,000 high school campuses, primarily in the United States and Canada. Growth efforts, however, have taken the Key Club experience internationally to the Caribbean nations, Central and South America, and most recently to Asia and Australia. The organization offers a wide range of opportunities to its members:

* Leadership development
* Vocational guidance
* College scholarships
* Service-learning
* Personal enrichment
* Value-added member benefit programs
* Liability insurance coverage

Andrew Sayers
Knowledge Bowl    
Latino Club Our mission is to promote the education, culture, and representation of the Latino community at Wa-Hi, and provide opportunities for club members to serve the Walla Walla community. Our activities include educational conferences at WSU and Olympia, Estrellita program at Garrison Night School, Skiing, 5 de Mayo celebration at Wa-hi, and lots of opportunities for community service. We meet everyThursdayafter school in room A-37. We welcome everyone! Refugio Reyes

Link Crew

 

Link Crew is a high school orientation and transition program that increases freshman success. Members of the junior and senior class are trained to be Link Crew Leaders who act as positive role models, motivators, student mentors and teachers helping guide the freshmen to discover what it takes to be successful during their high school transition. Freshman orientation is run by Link Leaders as well as social and educational events all year long.

Lead Advisors
Matt Shaw
Julie Cox

 
Mindy Meyer
Michelle Higgins
Stacy Estes
Bill Calhoun

Outdoor Club

The purpose of Outdoor Club is to offer members an awareness and appreciation for the outdoor environment. This club allows students and staff to experience the amazing nature surrounding us in the Walla Walla Valley and gives the opportunity to participate in activities such as hiking, snowboarding, skiing, etc. Members will also learn how to take care of our wildlife such as the Leave No
Trace policy.

Monica Nelson

Spain Trip Club We host exchange students from Spain in even years (2012, 2014), and we travel to Spain in June of the odd years (2013, 2015, etc) We began this exchange with our partner school in Segorbe/Sagunto (Valencia region) in 2011. You can host  a Spanish student, travel to Spain, or both. Being in Spanish class is not required to host a student. Being in Spanish class or having completed a Spanish course is a requirement for those traveling to Spain.

Curtis Schafer

Honorary Groups
National Honor Society The purposes of National Honor Society are to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in high school students. NHS is open by invitation to juniors and seniors with a 3.5 GPA and good citizenship. Kristen Wegner
Performing Groups
Cheerleaders   Carrie Lujan
Drama Club (Encore)   Shauna Millett
Military Department

Sporter Rifle Team

Precision Rifle Team

  SFC Mark Mebes

Unarmed Drill Team

Armed Drill Team

Individual Exhibition Teams

Color Guard Teams

Physical Fitness Team

 

 

LTC Bill Bialozor

Music Department
Bands   Andrew Ueckert

Orchestra

Advanced Orchestra

The Orchestra club is designed for members of the Wa-Hi Orchestra program. It seeks to promote excellence in orchestra music and practice, to increase awareness of the orchestra program, and to familiarize students with the wide ‘musical world’. Julia Woods
Vocal Groups Choir, Chamber Singers, Treble Ensemble: We sing at many concerts and community events throughout the year. We also participate in several events of a competitive nature. Colleen Ochocinski

Musical Production/Play

 

   
Publications
Yearbook The Yearbook staff is responsible for creating, publishing, and distributing Wa-Hi’s yearly edition of the Royal Blue. Kerry Delfino
Journal

Members of the school newspaper staff produce The Wa-Hi Journal, update online news and spotlight for the Wa-Hi Blue Devils website, and create the content and maintain the Journal's own website at wahijournal.org.

Lori Finn
Student Government
Executive Council Decision-making body made up of elected student body officers, class officers, and applicants to the ASB Leadership Class. Arch McHie
Legislative Assembly Elected body of homeroom representatives that meets monthly to solicit and report on feedback from student body. Arch McHie
Local Association of Student Councils (LASC)   Arch McHie
Inactive Groups
Action Gaming Club Blue Devils Above the Influence  DECA
Math Club Mariachi Club History Club
Judo Club WSU Gear Up Cougar Club Youth & Government
Mock Trial Harry Potter Club Royal Ruckus
Current Issues Writing Guild Technology Club
Science Club Girls' League International Club
Art Club Compassion for Animals Club  
 Crest Club  Music in the Community  

 

 

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Ph) 509-527-3020
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The Walla Walla School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The Assistant Director of Human Resources, 364 South Park Street, Walla Walla, Washington 99362, (509) 527-3000, has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination.