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Clubs / Activities

These are some of the great clubs and activities available at the White Swan High School and Mt. Adams Middle School.  Please contact the club/activity supervisor listed below for more information.  
 
Club / Activity Description Contact / Supervisor
ASB   Andrew Espindola
Roots to Wings   Noemi Barbosa
National FFA Organization FFA is not only raising livestock for the spring livestock show! You can participate in the following Career Development Events (CDE): floriculture, veterinary science, livestock judging, employment skills, farm and business management, scrapbook, and agricultural communications. There are many more to choose from, but White Swan FFA has competitive teams in these areas. If you are curious about FFA, contact Ms. Graf and discuss the opportunities! Samantha Graf
Dream Makers Our Mission: Why We Love White Swan
We are students, athletes, friends and volunteers who care about our families and community. As the leaders of today and tomorrow, we strive to preserve our traditions. Anything that makes us less than who we are, is not for us, especially marijuana.
Being Above the Influence is about staying true to yourself and not letting negative influences get to you. Although some laws around us may be changing, marijuana is still illegal, and its use has risks. Help us stay Above the Influence by reducing the negative influences around us so we can focus on making our community a better place.
Indian Club   Ted Williams
Paw Print   Kristin Trease
Yearbook   Kristin Trease
Speech / Debate   Kristin Trease
21st Century   Shelly Craig
Leadership   Marcy Sanchez
Link Crew Link Crew is a program which helps freshmen transition into the high school by connecting them with junior and senior Link Leaders who volunteer their time to help freshmen with homework, social challenges, and other barriers to their success in high school. Link Leaders check in with their Link groups throughout the school year and throw social events at least once per month; every Monday, they are available at sports study tables to tutor freshmen who need help with homework. This program is proud to receive funding from the Discuren Charitable Foundation, a Seattle-based education nonprofit. Courtney Lear
National Honor Society (NHS)   Marissa Owen
Career / Technical Education (CTE)