Contact Liisaan Cooper or Patricia Kearnes at South Campus in rooms 230 and 100, respectively.
Meets: Once a month after school, Liisaan Cooper’s room at South Campus
Mission: To provide students with an opportunity to talk about the books they are reading with their peers, and books they have not discovered before
Sponsors: Liisaan Cooper & Patricia Kearnes
Activities: Students read a book provided and then discuss it
Requirements: None. Books are provided. Students need to return them when they're finished. It is never too late to join
Assistant: Jamie Scherz
Accompanist: Jessica Urman
Meets: Mondays after school, Room 332 at North Campus
Mission: To improve the quality of theatre throughout the community by producing amazing productions and helping various groups around Gillette with their theatrical projects.
Activities: Act in skits and build theatrical pieces for community organizations. Workshop teaches students how to create prosthetic make-up, costumes, props and set pieces, and lighting and sound design. Act out small scenes for each other, play theatre games, and perform improv.
Competitions: Drama Club encourages students to compete. The students who are in Drama Club participate in State Drama.
Requirements: Students grades 7-12 or from Westwood are welcome
Meets: Wednesdays after school until 5pm, Room 121 at North Campus
Mission: To increase Energy Literacy in Wyoming
Activities: Science experiments, video production, tours and labs at UW, collaboration with the Energy Resources Club at UW
Meets: Every Second and Fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. (more often when preparing for state competitions), Room 120 at North Campus
Mission: To bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs
Activities: State Competition and other activities as decided by the members
Requirements: Be enrolled in a Business class, pay your dues, and be involved in all the activities
Competitions: Online, State, and National Compeitions
Meets: Wednesdays at Lunch, Room 324 at South Campus
Mission: Promote community service and leadership. Goal is to fund supplies for March of Dimes and Feed the Children
Activities: Salvation Army, Veteran Visits, March of Dimes, Feed the Children
Requirements: Able to compete, must be eligible, do projects, and pay dues
Competions: Fall Conference, State during Spring, Nationals over the Summer
Meets: Every Third Thursday of the month at 6:00pm, Ag Shop
Mission: To be dedicated to making a difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for leadership, growth, and career success through agricultural education
Activities: Trips, Volunteer Work, National FFA Week, CDE Expo and More
Requirements: In an AG class, pay your dues, be involved in all the activities
Competions: National Convention, State Competition
Meets: Wednesdays from 4:00 - 5:00 pm, Room 136 at North Campus
Mission: To explore alternative styles of string music: Western Fiddling, Celtic, Scottish, and more...
Activities: Perform at the elementary and secondary orchestra galas, and the CCSD Art Gala, community events when requested
Requirements: Students need to have played violin, viola, cello, string bass, guitar or mandoilin at least one year. It is open to students grades 6-12
Meets: Four Times a Year
Mission: To volunteer community service hours to the citizens of Gillette
Activities: Toy Drive, Trash to Trees, Salvation Army, Festival of Trees, Soup Kitchen
Requirements: 3.75 GPA, a letter inviting you to apply
Meets: Tuesdays at 3:30 pm, Room 201 at North Campus
Mission: To foster and experience all cultures at CCHS
Activities: Cultural Festival in May, guest speakers, music, dance, folklore, crafts, celebrations community projects, fund raising, and more
Meets: Tuesday & Thursday from 3:15 - 4:30 pm, Room 343 at North Campus
Mission: Engage students in science activities and prepare for competition in Science Bowl, Science Olympiad, as well as other science contests
Activities: Diaper Regatta, Science Bowl, Science Olympiad and others
Requirements: Congitive and process science skills or interest in science. Active competitors must have above average grades in science and passing grades in all other classes
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives; working together to ensure America has a skilled work force. It helps each student excel. SkillsUSA is a national nonprofit organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations. It was formerly known as VICA (Vocational Industrial Clubs of America).
Contact Brandon Cone at North Campus in room 121.
Meets: Tuesday and Thursdays from 3:30PM - 5:30pm, Room 332 at North Campus
Mission: To be competitive in interpretation and debate events based upon the National Speech and Debate standards
Requirements: Grades 9-12
Meets: Mondays during Lunch, Room 353 at North Campus
Mission: To better the school and community through student leadership and involvement
Activities: Blood Drives, Food Drives, Camel Clean-Up, State Conference, and Charity
Requirements: The blood drive against Sheridan in the spring "We encourage any and everyone to join us. It is a great and fun time."