CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
|Exec. President||JD Gonzalez|
|Exec. VP||Ella Polley|
|Exec Secretary||Billie Corter|
|Exec Treasurer||Katie Rainville|
|Sr. Senator||AJ Martinez|
|Sr. Senator||Gunner Gleasman|
|Sr. Senator||Ringo Renterria|
|Jr. Senator||Amberly Guerrero|
|Jr. Senator||Jamie Bekel|
|Jr. Senator||Ruby Weir|
|Treasurer Elect||Ally Williams|
|So. Senator||Greer Bainbridge|
|So. Senator||Kira Sandoval|
|So. Senator||Mariana Sanchez|
|So. Senator||Lauren Ware|
|Fr. Senator||Giovanni D'Orazio|
The Associated Student Body (ASB) provides activities, serves as training experience for student leaders, promotes the equality for all students, gives students a share in the management of the school, develops high ideals of personal conduct, seeks to interest students in school affairs, and helps solve problems that may arise. CHS ASB is dedicated to represent and give an equal voice to the entire student body. We are committed to provide the highest quality of activities! Members promote school spirit, positive attitude, and responsibility.
Click on the following link to watch/ listen to some of the best bands in the mid South – the Bandmasters Championships LIVE. Saturday, October 26TH beginning at 2 PM central time. banddirector.com/?fbclid=IwAR0uUyTHUuM7aMzJ90IzXmxCrFseeuMuqJxhUZkaRG4xc_OJ7R7liLrNLBg
Below is the link to enroll in SmartMusic for 2019-2020:
CHS Concert Band: https://gradebook.smartmusic.com/enroll/class/192446
Click on the links below to hear music performed by the CHS band!
Chelan Project Officers 2019-2020
Coordinator of Coordinators:
Field Trip Coordinators:
SUCCESS AT REGIONALS!
We had 30 students (out of 50) that qualified for State in April. They qualified in 23 different events out of the 36 we competed in and had 35 team/individual placements!! Please congratulate the following student when you see them…
Banking and financial systems
1st place: Jared Anderson, Dalia Hernandez-Farias, and Janette Meneses
3rd place: Dean Allen
3rd place: Anneke Mulders
2nd place: Aria Lorenz
3rd place: Tess Young
4th place: Anneke Mulders
1st place: Shelby Dietrich and Sarah Kunkel
3rd place: Tess Young and Samirah Mashayekh
1st place: Shelby Dietrich, Sarah Kunkel and Vanessa Miller
Future Business Leader:
3rd place: Mariela Galvan
5th place: Erika Arias
2nd place: Elliot Peebles, Vanessa Miller, and Mary Fitzpatrick
3rd place: Kyle James, Javier Navaro, and Eli Jenkins
4th place: Janette Meneses and Gio Reyes
Health Care Administration:
2nd place: Tess Young
1st place: Sarah Kunkel and Morgan Hawkins
3rd place: Samariah M and Nataliann Tutino
5th place: Haley Holliday, Daisey Franco, and Rachel Hawkins
4th place: Casey Jackson, Maryn Goodhart, and Anneke M.
Insurance and Risk Management:
2nd place: Quinn Cooper
3rd place: Mary Fitzpatrick
Management Decision Making:
1st place: Javier N, Elliot P, and Morgan Hawkins
5th place: Sarah K, Shelby D, and Vanessa M
Management Information Systems:
1st place: Sarah K, Shelby D, and Vanessa M
5th place: Nataliann T and Samariah M.
4th place: Aria Lorenz
2nd place: Dean Allen, Javier N, and Salvador Gonzalez
3rd place: Quinn Cooper
Sports and Entertainment Management:
3rd place: Kyle J, Eli J, and Elliot P
1st place: Nataliann T.
5th place: Haley Holliday
1st place: Apple Blanco
3rd place: Leslie Monje
Public Speaking 2:
4th place: Mary Fitzpatrick
5th place: Apple Blanco
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA
Adviser: Mrs. Charlton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: Madeline Peebles
President: Hunter Lehmbecker
Treasurer: Gabriella Navarro
Secretary: Emily Christenson
School Store Manager: Jonathan Zelaya
Med Club is a leadership club that focuses on medical career awareness, leadership development, and service-learning.
Med Club members have the opportunity to interact with healthcare professionals, develop industry skills, and to make a lasting impact within their local community.
Med Club is an affiliated chapter of the National Association of Biology Teacher’s BioClub.
Be sure to check out the Med Club Instagram
Science Olympiad is a national competition where students compete in 23 team events from nearly every discipline of science and engineering. . Some events involve building projects, others require studying or the application of material learned in everyday science classes. A portion of the events are rotated every year to reflect the ever-changing nature of genetics, astronomy, chemistry, anatomy, physics, geology, mechanical engineering and technology. Each school-based team brings up to 15 students who cross-train for a variety of events of their choice and in their skill set. Practice starts in December. The regional competition is in early March, where teams battle to qualify for the state and possible national competitions. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide variety of students to get involved. For more information contact Mr. Einspahr.