Student involvement keep to success

Thursday, Oct. 4 during all lunches the Student Involvement Committee will host a Club/Organization Roundup in the Silver Cafeteria. Club sponsors and members will be set up at tables during each lunch period to talk about their clubs/organizations, distribute flyers, and take interested students’ names.

Mural Club
What: The Mural Club has donated a painted violin, done chalk murals, oil & acrylic paintings, and helped paint the train in front of the Bryan Library. This year’s projects include working on the life skills graduation, creating a mural for the locker room, and working on a large mural.
Where: Room 4154
When: Monday, 3:45pm
Sponsor: Renee Richards

“I like Mural Club because we all have different skill levels, but we can all get together and make one thing for the school.”
Mary Gibbs

Photography Club
What: Photography club meets and shares photos and works on technique, tricks and editing while working with top of the line equipment and software. In the past, they have taken group photos and provided portrait services for Sadie Hawkins Dance.
Where: Room 5152
When: Thursday, 7:30am
Sponsor: John Burrows

“Photography club helps me develop my skills to pursue my dream of being a photographer.”
Caylee Davis

Key Club
What: Key Club offers its members opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. Members perform acts of service in the community, run meetings, plan projects and hold elected leadership positions.
Where: Room 1200, 1204
When: Tuesday, 3:50pm
If students are unable to come to meetings, they can still participate by being active on the weekends.
Sponsor: Ted Vaughan

“I like getting the satisfaction of helping others.”
Tim Lester

Teen Court
What: Teen Court offers an alternative to formal juvenile court proceedings. At Teen Court’s sentencing place hearings, trained Bryan High School student volunteers using a Peer Jury format, modeled after the process used by a grand jury, perform the courtroom roles of a clerk, bailiff, juror, defense attorney, and prosecutor.
Where: Room 6131
When: Once every three weeks, 4-5:30pm
Sponsor: Gary Parks

“I like Teen Court because I want to be a lawyer when I grow up.”
Adriel Hernandez

Viking Graphic Arts
What: Viking Graphic Arts constructs posters, pins, buttons and other media through graphic designs created using PhotoShop and other computer programs. Students produce work to be used and displayed by other groups and organizations.
Where: Room 6133
When: Friday, 3:46pm
Sponsor: Brian Mag

“I like VGA because it gives me skills that I can potentially use for advertising jobs as well as creating for the school.”
Samantha Weaver

Student Council
What: StuCo is the student government on campus and is responsible for campus and community service events like “Pink Out”, “No Texting While Driving,” and “Viking Day”. Student Council also serves as a liaison between students and administration at BHS to bring student concerns to our administration’s attention.
Where: Room 1200
When: Wednesday, 4pm
Sponsor: Cyndi Owens

“I like StuCo because it teaches me better leadership skills, and I get to meet wonderful people.
Elizabeth Adcock

Fellowship of Christian Athletes
What: FCA is the largest Christian sports organization in America. FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ. Students get together to learn about God’s Word and fellowship with others.
Where: BHS field house
When: Tuesday, 7:30pm
Sponsor: Chris Biggs

“I like FCA because it gives me the opportunity to fellowship with other Christians and grow closer to God.”
Zac Slaydon

Anime Club
What: The Anime Club is dedicated to increasing awareness of Japanese culture in the Bryan community. Activities include Japanese lessons, video screenings, manga and anime development and many more fun activities.
Where: Room 5151
When: Thursday, 7:30am
Sponsor: Jason Cordes

“I like that people with similar interests can get together and express our individuality without being judged.”
Ashton Maxwell