Every other Tuesday from 3:35 – 4:30
Room 4-128 with Mr. Cook and Dr. West
And much more
• Complete Community Service Hours
• Volunteer for local community events
• Compete in poster, logo, and themed contests
• Participate in art shows, festivals and exhibits.
Upcoming Meeting Dates
October 8, 12, November 5, 19, & December 3
A club which encourages leadership and participation in many types of school related activities. Membership is extended each spring to students with demonstrated evidence of good character and behavior, a high level of academic achievement and teacher recommendations. This is a national organization and could lead to membership in the National Honor Society. The BETA Club meets the last Monday of each month after school. The club sponsor is Mr. Lahn, office #4-113A. (Lahn.email@example.com).
A national organization of Marketing Students at both the High school and College level.
SPONSOR: Stacy Gammella
Meets every Wednesday morning
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Sponsors: Megan Heronemus, Amber Leaman, Lindsey Minnihan
Room: Portable 3 firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: Every Friday from 8-8:35 am
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a group that is open to all students, including those that are not athletes. Presenters include students, pastors and other guest speakers. Breakfast is provided for free! Meetings may include a devotion, message, or testimony. Hope to see you there!
Florida Scholastic Press Association
Elizabeth Sivco – Broadcast TV Instructor
Meets as announced
Viera High TV News has been top competitors at the Florida Scholastic Press Association’s state convention since 2009. Only 20 students are selected each year based on their achievements in VHS’s Broadcast Television class. Students enter in the “carry-in” contests where the productions are pre-produced at school and handed in at the convention, as well as “on-the-spot” contests where schools bring their own cameras, audio and editing equipment to the convention. Students love the FSPA contests because they are exciting and give them a good idea of what life is like for most professional journalists. Students receive their assignments just minutes before the contest begins and then they must shoot, write, and edit their video packages before the deadline.
The FSPA convention also hosts professional workshops over the course of three days so the students get to network and meet journalists working in the industry. To learn more about FSPA, visit http://www.jou.ufl.edu/fspa/about/. The 2012 convention is scheduled for May 3 – 5 at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. For more information on Viera High TV, visit www.VieraHighTV.com.
Room 4-117, email@example.com
Meets: Wednesdays from 3:30pm-4:00pm
Club is open to all VHS students. The French Club promotes the French Language and the French Culture. Students participate in the Yearly International Event by performing performances from the Francophone World (countries that speak French).
Future Problem Solvers
Meets: Every Monday in the Media Center
Future Problem Solving Program International (FPSPI) stimulates critical and creative thinking skills, encourages students to develop a vision for the future, and prepares students for leadership roles. FPSPI engages students in creative problem solving within the curriculum and provides competitive opportunities at the district, state, and international levels.
Future Business Leaders of America
A national association with a quarter million students preparing for careers in business and business-related fields. FBLA is the largest business career student organization in the world. The high school division has 215,000 members. FBLA, Inc. is funded by membership dues, conference fees, corporate contributions, and grants.Competitive Events Program is a main focus of our FBLA
FBLA National Awards Program recognizes and rewards excellence in a broad range of business and career-related areas. Through state-based competition at the spring State Leadership Conferences, students compete in events testing their business knowledge and skills. Top state winners then are eligible to compete for honors at the National Leadership Conference each summer.
Meetings are the first Friday of every month in Mrs. Spence’s classroom, 3-110. Membership is open to all Viera High Students and dues cost $20.00 a year.
Girls Service League
An opportunity for young ladies at Viera High to come together and build friendships, grow in character, and work together to serve the community. We organize monthly service projects and meet twice a month
Courtney Lundy, Peggy Paine, Linda Snyder
Room 4-111, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets- On Wednesdays, TBD by events
Selective Member Process
Hawk Buddies mission is to increase the lives of people with disabilities by providing an inclusive environment for all. Being a member of Hawk Buddies, you will be making a difference in the lives of all involved by ensuring all those involved have friends and learn from each other. According to Best Buddies International, “Socialization is one of the simplest but most often underestimated solutions to the pattern of exclusion that people have faced for decades.”
“Life on Purpose Christian Club”
Mrs. E. Evans, Mrs. Johnston, Mr. Cook
Room 6-125, email@example.com
Meets every Tuesday from 8:00-8:35 a.m.
Life On Purpose is a student lead Christian club that meets weekly for worship, Bible study and prayer. Meetings are informal and all students are welcome to join at any time.
Mu Alpha Theta
aka Math Honor Society
Faculty Sponsor: Kate Howick, Room 3-213
Meeting Dates: 1st week of the month via email
Who: Honors math students with an unweighted math GPA of 3.5 or higher having completed through Geometry Honors are eligible to apply. Applications are accepted at the end of the school year and reviewed over the summer to determine eligibility for the following school year. Induction ceremony is held during the fall.
What we do: Provide math tutoring at Viera High and surrounding communities, participate in math competitions, promote the overall advancement of mathematics.
National Honor Society
Room 4-205, 632-1770 ext. 28054, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: 1st Tuesday of every month either in the cafeteria or via email
VHS chapter of National Honor Society is open to rising Juniors and Seniors who maintain a cumulative unweighted 3.5 GPA or better. Eligible students are notified in writing that they may apply to NHS in the Spring of each school year. An Induction Ceremony is held in either late April or early May.
Senior Dental Club
Room 4-224, 632-1770 ext 28225 email@example.com
Meets every Mon. at 3:30pm. and every Fri. at 8am (dates and times are subject to change)
All Dental Aide 3 students whether a Junior or a Senior are welcomed.
Meet: Each Tuesday, 3:35 – 4:30 p.m. Service Project and Fundraisers, TBA
The purpose of the club is to offer today’s youth the opportunity to study the life and work of Nobel Peace Laureates and to learn skills for becoming compassionate and caring leaders. Together the group will explore issues like the human rights, violence and oppression, and they will develop an understanding of what it means to be a peacemaker. This group will engage in service, creating a project that we consider to be important in addressing community or global needs. This year we are focusing on the global concern of the lack of potable water. We are trying to raise $10,000 to purchase individual “LifeStraw” units for people in Haiti, which will be delivered Summer 2012
Meets: Mondays in 4-219 3:30-4:00 (Our 1st meeting is Sept. 19th where we will determine if we want to meet every Monday or once a month, etc.)
All interested in photography are welcome to join.
Contact info: TBA
Meets: Every Wed, 3:30-4:30, Media Center
Earn service hours and help the earth at the same time!
Rachel Booth, Monica Munozderivera, Angela Piloto and Nivia Rodriguez
Room 4-115 or Room 4-117, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Rodriguezn@brevardschools.org
Meets: Tuesdays from 8:00am-8:30am biweekly, (during the month of January, club meets weekly)
Club is open to all VHS students. The Spanish Club promotes the Spanish Language and the Spanish Culture. Students participate in the Yearly Hispanic Month by performing a Spanish Dance or a Spanish Song from the Hispanic World. Students also participate in the Yearly International Event by performing performances from Spanish countries.
Spanish Honor Society
Room 4-117, email@example.com
Meets: Fridays from 3:30pm-4:00pm, during the month of January 3:30pm-4:30pm
The “Instituto Cervantes” is the VHS Chapter of Spanish Honor Society which is open to students who have taken a minimum of a Level 2 Spanish class and have earned an A in their last two semesters of Spanish. Eligible students may apply to SHS in the Spring of each school year. An Induction Ceremony is held in early September or October of the following year. Students provide Spanish tutoring on Wednesdays and Fridays mornings in the Media Center from 8:00am-8:30am. Students also participate in the Yearly International Event by performing International Music and International Dances.
Speech & Debate Team
Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays. Students may participate in Speech events, Debate, or both. This club is open to all students.
Starbooks Book Club
Sponsors: Beth Harris
Media Center, 632-1770 ext.28046, Harris.Beth@brevardschools.org;
Meets: Every other Tuesday, 3:30-4:30
Join other students that like to read, snack, and discuss books.
Student Government Association
Jeff Draves, Kate Howick, Kim Garton
Media Center, 3:30, every other Wednesday beginning August 24th
Membership in the Student Government Association is determined by election and petition in April. Ninth grade students may join by petition in October.
Teens Giving Back
Room 4-120, 632-1770 ext. 28080, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets 4th Wednesday of every month in Ms. Maletta’s room.
Teens Giving Back is open to all grade levels. This club is a service oriented club where we do volunteer and fundraising activities on campus. Our major fundraising event is The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life at which we are in charge of the entire event from start to finish.
VHS Academic Team
Meets every Monday and Wednesday after school until 415 or 430 in Room 3-218 throughout the competition season.
The VHS Academic Team is a by invitation only group of high academic achievers that compete against other high school teams (both public and private) throughout Brevard County two to three times a month. Tournaments are run in a Jeopardy like fashion and are held on Monday evenings generally at ESF during the months of September through December.
Viera Academic Spanish Club
Eliana Petersen Neryvette Ramos
Room 3-221, 632-1770 ext. 28097, Petersen.email@example.com
Viera Academic Spanish Club is open to all students taking a Spanish class . The main objective of our club is to prepare the students for the Florida State Spanish Conference. The Florida State Spanish Conference is an academic competition for high School students across the State of Florida. Students compete in declamation, impromptu speech, and dramatic presentations. The students participate in different categories and levels according with their experience with the Spanish language.