Clubs and Student Organizations
This is a national organization that offers scholarships to academically talented students. This club also encourages students to become involved n school and community activities.
Students taking a French class or who have previously studied French are eligible to join the French club. Officers are president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and student council representatives. The French Club attempts to introduce to its members certain cultural aspects of France, such as food, music, and customs. The French Club is also a support group for the regular classroom activities.
Students taking a Spanishclass or who have previously studied Spanish are eligible to join the Spanish club. Officers are president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and student council representatives. The French Club attempts to introduce to its members certain cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries, such as food, music, and customs. The Spanish Club is also a support group for the regular classroom activities.
Family Caregivers and Community Leaders of America - Students enrolled in a Family and Consumer Science course (CMS, FACS I, Foods I & II, Family Studies, Child Development, Consumer Education, Housing) or who have at least one credit in a Family and Consumer Science course are eligible to join the CBHS FCCLA. Students are expected to pay dues and will receive Teen Times bimonthly the term they are enrolled.
Members elect class officers each term and a set of chapter officers to serve a full school year. Active members are also eligible for participation in class, district, and state activities such as Leadership Camp. All members may participate in Family Night and FCCLA/HERO week, as well as monthly community service projects.
The Council is composed of members elected by the classes and clubs, who meet with the faculty advisor and discuss problems of the school. The purpose of this club is to give students a chance to express their opinions and make a close relationship between faculty and students. The president comes from the senior class, the vice president from the junior class, secretary from the sophomore class, and treasurer from the freshman class. Officers are elected by council members.
This group is open to all students who wish to take a positive stand against alcohol and drug abuse by committing to abstain from using alcohol and drugs. These students are encouraged to serve as role models and exert positive peer pressure so they and other students will know that it is not necessary to use drugs in order to enjoy life. This group normally meets once a month during school hours for an educational program and has social activities throughout the school year.
The Copper Basin VICA club is open to auto mechanic students who are classified as juniors and seniors. Statewide, it is open to all technical and vocational classes. There are six officers, with the auto mechanics teacher serving as faculty advisor. The Copper Basin VICA club participates in several regional and state contests and has placed first in many of them.
The BPA of Copper Basin High School is a chapter of the state and national BPA associations for boys and girls enrolled in the vocational office/information technology courses: Keyboarding Applications, Document Creation Design, Information Management Systems, and Administrative Management Systems. Members have opportunities to participate in club activities that are planned to help them become active citizens in the business community and in the development of leadership abilities. Parliamentary procedures are emphasized at all club meetings that are planned with a general outline of topics recommended by a committee of BPA club members. BPA members may participate in a variety of district, state, and national activities.
Juniors in "good standing" who are interested in planning and promoting the Junior-Senior Prom. All are welcome to the committee. Spaces are limited and active participation and involvement is a requirement. Junior officers select the CBHS prom committee.
This is open to all students who wish to grow in their Christian life. Members will strive to know more about Jesus Christ and to reach out to their school and community.
Copper Basin High School Television (CBTV) is now sponsoring a new Copper Basin Learning Center Club called CBTV Studios. CBTV Studios is a melding of multiple technologies to include television production, multimedia, video and music recording and editing and is the old Multimedia Club reincarnate. Click this link to see some of our work.
Members will produce weekly television programming such as the Hwy 68 Music Show, Cooking with the Cougar, Basin Outdoors, Basin Hunting, Drama Club Productions, Music Videos, various Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) and animation shorts. Members of this club are eligible to join the TSA National Club that competes in local, regional, state and national level competitions.
CBTV Studio Club positions include Production Director, Assistant Director, Technical Director, Audio Engineer, Audio Technician, Studio Camera Operator, Floor Manager, Lighting Engineer, Lighting Technician, Prop and Set Construction, Field Reporter, Field Camera Operator, Field Audio Engineer, Graphics and Animation Artists, Video Editor and Audio Editors. All of these jobs will have senior, apprentice and intern level positions available.
No experience? No Problem! What we need are students with motivation and a desire to make this a fun, exciting and rewarding club. Join Today! See Mrs. Angie Cook, Learning Center Coordinator or Mr. Tompkins, Technology Teacher and join this fun and exciting club. If you prefer to be in front of the camera join Dr. Monticello’s Drama Club or any of the other Learning Center Clubs. See you on TV!
LEARNING TO LIVE IN A TECHNICAL WORLD
The Technology Student Association (TSA) is the only student organization devoted exclusively to the needs of students interested in technology. Open to students enrolled in or who have completed technology education courses, TSA’s membership includes over 150,000 middle and high school students in 2,000 schools spanning 48 states. TSA is supported by educators, parents and business leaders who believe in the need for a technologically literate society. Members learn through exciting competitive events, leadership opportunities and much more. The diversity of activities makes TSA a positive experience for every student. From engineers to business managers, our alumni credit TSA with a positive influence on their lives.
This Years Competitions:
· Film Participants (three teams per state) develop a film that focuses on a subject of their choice from one or more of the following areas: the arts, social studies, science, or technology. Possible subjects include, but are not limited to, social studies documentaries, nature films, advertisements, comedies, or dramas. Sound may accompany the film/video.
· Imaging Technology Participants (one individual per chapter, one entry per individual) capture images and process photographic and digital prints for display that depict the current year’s published theme. Semifinalists participate in an on-site event in which they record digital images and utilize multimedia software to prepare a storyboard/outline and media presentation of newsworthy TSA conference activities and events. Click here to view a video description of this event
· On Demand Video Participants (one team of two or more students per chapter, one entry per team) write, shoot, and edit a sixty second video during the conference in this on-site event.
· Scientific and Technical Visualization (SCIVIZ) Participants (three teams per state) develop a visualization focusing on a subject or topic from one or more of the following areas: science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Click here to view a video description of this event
The National Association of Secondary School Principals has placed this program on the NASSP National Advisory List of Contests and Activities for 2009-2010
TSA web site: http://www.tsaweb.org/
In order for any person to hold office in any club or class, he or she must meet the following requirements:
A. Have an average grade of 80 or above for the preceding year with no failing average for either semester the previous year. The only exception is if a class is retaken and passed in summer school.
B. Students must be enrolled at Copper Basin High School for one (1) semester before they can be eligible.
C. Have an approved conduct and attendance record, which will be determined by the school administration.
D. It is strongly recommended that the student have prior approval of the club sponsor if he/she wishes to hold more than two offices.
E. Class officers will be nominated following a campaign for each office. Nomination of officers and campaign committees as well as campaign activities will be conducted as specified by the faculty sponsors in charge of class elections.
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