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Student Club Information

Below is a list of all the John F. Kennedy High School clubs along with their descriptions and Schoology course codes so you can add yourselves to the groups! Check out the Commander Club Calendar to find out how when and how to attend club meetings virtually!

 

 

 

Club Description Schoology Code Sponsor
Asian Student Alliance The Asian Student Alliance is comprised of students who would like to learn and share more about the Asian heritages and cultures of their friends, community, and family. This group is open to all students but centers on the Asian-American experience. This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the Asian Student Alliance. HS3R-BV6Q-WDNXQ Dr. Le
Black Student Alliance The Black Student Alliance is comprised of students who would like to engage in conversations about Black heritage, culture, and community. This group is open to all students but centers on the experiences of its Black members. This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the Black Student Alliance. 49PW-RXTV-NDGN7
Chess Club Come have lunch with the Chess Club each week to learn the game, practice your skills, and develop your passion for chess! W3WP-HJKQ-H935M Mr. Clymer

Mr. Sang

Dare to DREAM Club Did you move to the U.S. from another country? Would you like to meet other students who have also moved from other countries? Connect with friends from different countries, celebrate your cultures, practice your English in a safe space, and learn how to advocate for yourself at school! *this club is for undocumented & documented students- all are welcome! This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the DREAMers. MBJT-3GK9-SWFP6 Ms. Caballero

Ms. Tedoff

Diversity Club We celebrate diversity! Dr. Le
Dungeons & Dragons Club Explore Dungeons and Dragons an interactive Role play game where you get to lead another life. Enjoy quicrky antics and fun scenarios as you learn about yourself and others. PSXC-TTRN-K8ZNR Mr. Boyles

Mr. Clymer

Environmental Club Take action to protect our planet! We help clean up the community, make JFK a more environmentally friendly space, and even communicate with government leaders! Come make a difference in the future and health of our planet! J5JM-MH25-TPZBQ Ms. Donaldson

Ms. Randall

IB Good Club The IB Good club is open to any and all IB students. This is a group to help with community engagement, get the word out about IB, and engage in Creativity, Activity, and Service. Through activities and challenges created by you, we will explore International Ideals and what it means to be an IB student at Kennedy. PQ5S-ZCFT-Z9QG5 Mr. Boyles
Latinx Student Alliance The Latinx Student Alliance is comprised of students who want to explore and celebrate Hispanic heritage and traditions. This group works in conjunction with the Latinos in Action Spring class but is open to all students to wish to participate. This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the Latinx Student Alliance. D5FJ-FTZ8-9W3WH Ms. Luevano
Native American Student Alliance Acknowledging the land of Arapahoe, Cheyenne, and Apache Nations. The purpose of our group is to be comfortable with being Native and expanding the knowledge of native culture through our physical representation and voice. This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the Native American Student Alliance. QTBN-H2W4-2WVWH Mr. Cyrus
Outdoor Club This is a club to explore the outdoors in its many aspects. We live in the beautiful state of Colorado; let’s talk about, look at, and try all the different ways to get out there! This includes hiking, fishing, climbing, nature photography, camping skills, and tubing. We will have multiple community events to help the environment and keep our beautiful state safe and clean. Please come join us! MM3B-9HQP-QN6HS Mr. Boyles

Mr. Clymer

Mr. Stumpp

Ms. Smith

Ms. McDonald

Mr. Bockstahler

Pop-Culture Club In this lunch club, we’ll share our interests and talk about all things pop culture! QDRH-CDW9-KZM4P Mr. Boyles
Rainbow Alliance LGBTQ+ safe and fun space! This is a safe, welcoming, and fun space. We hang out, discuss queer stuff, and discuss ways to advocate and highlight the LGBTQ+ community at JFK. This organization is part of the Principal’s Advisory Committee, which advocates for and advises Mrs. Almon on student issues that are important to the Rainbow Alliance. 7WJJ-NTMN-CZBTK Ms. Martiniere

Ms. Orlandini

Ms. Tedoff

Book Club: Readers of the Lost Arc We’re a club of students and staff who enjoy reading. We meet at lunch on last Tuesday of the month to discuss a book. We always read, but not always what we’re supposed to, so we play multi-cultural book bingo as well. Throughout the year, we read different books from different cultures, authors, and genres to encourage each other to hear the many different voices of the world. And to also win prizes. Happy reading! 9M2N-H72V-6FHQS Ms. Brack
Running Club This is a club where we explore our interest for the most popular athletic activities in our planet! From the humble beginnings of the human kind to ultra athletes, running has inspired many other physical activities and lives as the base for many of your favorite sports! Running is a great way to stay in shape make new friends and get to know yourself a little better! You don’t have to be a runner already to come join us! We will explore the outdoors while getting fit…All you have to do is come and give it a try! K356-QP2J-G4N3X Ms. Ytterberg
Theatre Club This is a club to explore, develop, and play in the amazing world of theatre. We will put on improv shows and one-acts, create original plays, and go see theatre (soon!). We will also become members of the Thespian Convention where we can compete and explore our future college or career plans in theatre! 5JF6-KQJ9-TQV7H Mr. Boyles

Mr. Nason

Young Women in STEAM Lunch Club This club is open to young women currently enrolled or previously enrolled in Engineering class at JFK ZK5M-S287-HB8TB Ms. Randall

Mr. Loya

National Honor Society The National Honor Society is an invitation only program that is based on Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character. Through exclusive resources, programs, and services, members have a unique opportunity to prepare for college and career pursuits.For more information about how to join, reach out to Mrs. Brick. 54JC-8Z9V-RK63J Ms. Brick

Mr. Marineau

Ms. Morris

Ms. Purse

Mr. Alvis

Tri-M Music Honor Society Tri-M is an invitation only, international music honor society, designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements, reward them for their accomplishments and service activities, and to inspire other students to excel at music and leadership. For more information about how to join, reach out to Mrs. Logsdon. PCZQ-76ZM-37GNM Ms. Logsdon
Creative Connect This organization is made up of JFK Creative Connect Students (Film, Digital Design, Photography, Design, Technical Theatre). We meet to discuss our plans for competitions and to hold events for our school and the district. CHJB-W5GV-K6QQ2 Mr. Boyles

Mr. Stumpp

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) FBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions (FBLA Competitive Events), leadership development, and educational programs. SVF5-J5NC-TXD5F Ms. Count

Ms. Cretney

Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Open to students who are part of the MedConnect Pathway. RCRD-8S7W-D7M6Z Ms. Brick

Ms. Annie