Hudson High School
Student Led Clubs

 

ClubDescriptionMeeting Dates/Times/Location
AnimeWe meet to enjoy the Japanese animated art style called anime. We vote on school appropriate anime to watch and have games every four weeks or so.Wednesdays, 3-4:30 PM

Room D126

ChineseWe discuss the culture and talk about various Chinese topics such as music and news.

Student Leaders: Christina Busey and Mira Lenzen

FCCLA – Family, Community, and Career Leaders of AmericaFCCLA is a national career and technical student organization that provides opportunities to expand leadership potential and develop skills for life. These skills include: planning, goal setting, problem solving, decision making, character development, creative and critical thinking, practical knowledge, career preparation and interpersonal communication all of which are important to become a strong leader in the home and workplace. We will strengthen these skills through community and chapter events and opportunities to attend conferences and complete in events at the regional, state and national level. Students need to have taken Family and Consumer Science course at some point from 7th to 12th grade to be a member.

Staff Supervisor: Amy Weikel

Future Problem SolversWe explore solutions to real-world problems and to enter in the yearly FPS competition. We write (and read) stories based on 5 given prompts (scenario writing). We are hoping to enter into the https://www.fpspi.org/competitive-components/

Student Leaders: Ainsley Kennedy and Julia Ginsbach

K-PopKpop club is open to anyone who wants to enjoy korean music and culture with a safe and open-minded group of people. In k-pop club, we listen to music, go on field trips, learn dances and play games. Hope to see you soon~Thursdays from 2:55-4:00 PM

Room F210

National History Day
New Adventure Project (N.A.P.)Students who are a part of the New Adventure Project (N.A.P.) have the opportunity to discuss what adventures they would like to take on for the monthly trip. The location for the second meeting varies upon the activity being held. Ideas such as hammocking in new parks, sunrise hikes, polar plunging, visiting local farms during birthing season or even learning how to ice fish have been tossed around as potential new adventures for this year. N. A. P. ‘s goal is to allow students to broaden their horizons, come together as a group, and learn new things from each other during our experiences.

Staff Supervisor: Mrs. Murphy

Student Leader: Morgan Peters

Once a month during academic period.
SMATHMental Health Awareness Advocates

Staff Supervisor: Craig Jilek

Space Club
Tabletop ClubTabletop Gaming Club is a place for you to show up and play role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, card games like Magic: The Gathering, and board games like Ticket to Ride. All are welcome! Bring yourself, your friends, and any games you want to play.

Staff Supervisor: Josh Przybylski

Mondays through February 3:00-4:30 PM

Room F211

Young Republicans ClubWe discuss the bases of Republicanism, Conservatism, and Constitutionalism. We hope to provide a space for like-minded and opposing people to hone their political beliefs and values.

Student Leaders: Luke Sames and Harrison Mattern

Staff Supervisior: Veronica Ellingson