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Clubs & Activities

Please find below our list of clubs and activities and the mentor with contact information. Questions about clubs and activities can be directed to Katie Burns; Activities Coordinator.

Current Clubs & Activities Descriptions

ART CLUB

Allows the student body the opportunity to explore different mediums used to create art work and to feed their desire to create.

ART CLUB ADVISOR: Felicia Hines

COLOR GUARD

Color guard uses various equipment, such as flags, rifles, and sabres, along with dance, to express dynamic passages in the music accompanying the marching band or winter guard show.

CHEER


CHEER is a cheer and dance team. Students in any grade are welcome to audition, tryouts are in the Spring. Members serve as cheerleaders at football and basketball games, perform at pep assemblies and compete in the Pom category at local and state competitions. Members attend a dance/cheer camp during the summer, and practice several times per week, year-round. Students also organize fund raisers, engage in community service and participate in other school events.

CHEER ADVISORS: Jeannie Dailey and Katie Burns

COOKING CLUB

The cooking club is an organization of juniors and seniors that meet second lunch every Thursday. Members bring entrées, desserts, salads, etc. Based on a theme selected the previous week. Special cooking contests are held throughout the year and are open to all interested students.

COOKING CLUB ADVISOR: Kale Dyer

DECA

DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

DECA ADVISORS: Lindsay Smith and Blaine VanDerSnick

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB

The Digital Photography Club provides students with the opportunity to learn the basics of photography, how to use a DSLR, and Photoshop. It also provides a place for current photography students to get extra help.

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ADVISOR: Dale Dolejsi

HISTORY CLUB

To promote the awareness and appreciation of Historical Events. Club activities include visits to museums, movies, inviting guest speakers, social activities and the annual party.

HISTORY CLUB ADVISOR: Nick McCluskey

HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB

Representatives from each class plan assemblies and programs to further understanding among the various cultures present at Kennedy Catholic. Senior leaders work with the Campus Ministry Office in conflict resolution when necessary. Open to all students.

HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB ADVISOR: David Vinson


IMPROV

The Kennedy Catholic Thespians annually present Fall and Spring productions. Students interested in either acting or behind-the-scenes roles should attend Improv Club meetings held in September.

IMPROV ADVISOR:

INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL

This program is designed to provide an opportunity for athletic participation to those students who do not participate in the formal athletic program. Students participating in “in season” basketball are not eligible for intramural basketball.

INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ADVISOR: Mark Ralston

KNIT WITS

This is a club where all students can learn how to knit. All levels of knitters can join. If you don’t know how, we can teach you. Basic knitting supplies provided.

KNIT WITS ADVISOR: Linda Simmons

KNOWLEDGE BOWL

Knowledge Bowl is a state-wide organization that provides an outlet for students to test their knowledge in a fun and competitive way. The group competes on an interscholastic level with schools in the Seattle area and has traditionally placed at the state level.

KNOWLEDGE BOWL ADVISOR: John Cascio

LADY LANCERS

This club sponsors social and community-service events. The purpose of the club is to provide service to the school as well as social events for Kennedy Catholic students. Every female student at Kennedy Catholic is a Lady Lancer Club member.

LADY LANCERS ADVISORS: Kelsey Harrington and Clare Spano

LASC

The North Puget Sound League coordinates cooperation and events among all the schools of the North Puget Sound League. Representatives from local high schools meet once a month to discuss issues that are important to them.

LASC ADVISOR: Katie Burns

MAHJONG CLUB

Mahjong is an old and traditional Chinese game played with tiles which teaches strategy and also celebrates luck. The Mahjong Club aims to be a home to help students understand and enjoy both Chinese and Japanese style Mahjong.

MATH TEAM

This group competes in math competitions at the state and national level.

MATH TEAM ADVISOR: Paul McMillen

MENS CLUB

Fun, Service and community. Sponsors social and community service events. Every male student is a Mens Club member.

MENS CLUB ADVISOR: Dario Mobini

PEP CLUB

Meets weekly to prepare all posters and materials needed to advertise student events.

SCIENCE CLUB

SCIENCE CLUB ADVISOR: Joe Skillman

CLASS MODERATORS

Freshmen Class Moderator: Paul Danforth

Sophomore Class Moderator: Mark Ralston

Junior Class Moderator: Annette Griffith

Senior Class Moderators: Tara Bacher