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Posted: Tuesday, September 24, 2013 12:00 am

Dear T2T: Can you tell me about the club opportunities that are offered at your school? Does every school have the same clubs? — Want to get involved

Response No. 1:

Thank you for coming to us with your situation. We will work as a team to help you with your question. We offer many clubs on the bear creek campus such as Anime club, BC Hotties, BC Latinos, Belly Dancing, Black Student Union, Blue Crew, Break Dancing, Cambodian club, Chess club, Creek Crazies, California scholarship Federation, Creative Writing, Drama club, Drumline, Future Farmers of America, Friday Night Lights, FOCUS, Four Elements, GLEE club, GLOW, Hip Hop, Hmong club, Home Economics, Italian, Japanese Chinese Korean club, Kababayana club, Key club, LIFE, MESA, National Honor Society, Polynesian club, Punjabi Junction, Red Cross, Science Olympiad, Skills USA, Speech and Debate, Swing club, Thai Laos club, Vex Robotics, and Vietnamese club. Different schools offer similar clubs but just alternatives to culture, names, and activities. Also you should only join clubs that you know that you are going to be dedicated and committed to. Being in clubs is a very big responsibility. Clubs are a great way to explore your community, and get to know the people involved around it. We appreciate you coming to us about your concerns and wanting to know about our school and its clubs. Good luck, get involved and have a great year.

Response No. 2:

There are numerous clubs offered at high schools. For instance, there are volunteer clubs such as: the Go Green club, Key club, the Do Something club etc. In addition to this there’s sports, ethnic, religious, and academic clubs as well. However this is not it for if one desires they can form their own clubs with the permission of their schools too. Lastly, some clubs are regional and thus offered all across the county while others are not. For example, Key club, a community service club, is formed all across the San Joaquin County.

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