Will meet on Saturdays. Sessions will be on learning building solar cell phone chargers. For more information contact:
Advisors: Mrs. Mutziger and Dr.Clairmont
Email: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets: Saturdays from 12-2 pm (Contact staff member before attending)
Modeled after the Department’s CADET Program, this after-school club will start February 1st. The program gives students an opportunity to learn and experience various job duties, responsibilities, and roles that members of the Police Department take on. Permission slips can be picked up in the main office.
Meets: Thursdays from 4:-5:45
Anime club is place for students to let their inner nerd show by being with others who are interested in Japanese animation or manga. We watch different genres of anime, have group debates over characters and shows, host art and writing contests for club and non-club members, as well as hold a trivia night at the end of each month.
Avdisor: Ms. Webber
Meets: Wednesdays from 4:15-5:45
Advisor: Mr. MacTiernan
Meets: Wednesdays from 4:00-6:00
The marching band and drum line perform at various school functions, sporting events and community events as well.
Advisor: Mr. Spencer
Meets: Elective class & after school practices
This business club is for young men who are interested in learning how to run a business to become entrepreneurs.
Advisor: Mrs. Haig Nicol
Meets: Wednesday at 4:15
Green Tech Recording Studio enables students to create and record their own original music.
Advisor: Mr .Spencer
Meets: During & after school
A student elected and run organization dedicated to listening to the questions and concerns of the student body. Student government representatives advocate for changes to current policy based on the feelings of the current student population. Student Government also hosts many traditions at Green Tech such as the African American History night every February, the Family Carnival every spring, and the Junior/Senior Prom.
Advisors: Mrs. DiMezza, Ms. Mitchell, & Ms. Snyder
Meets: Tuesdays at 4:15
The yearbook club publishes our annual “Eagle” yearbook. Participants in this club are those who are interested in writing, desktop publishing and photography. Our club also plans fundraisers to offset the cost of the yearbook.
Advisors: Ms. Campbell & Ms. Hood
Meets: Thursdays at 4:15 p.m
Advisor: Mr. Mutford
The Eagle is made up of students, teachers and coaches. Published monthly, membership is open to anyone with an interest in school events and culture. All writers, photographers, and artists are warmly welcomed.
Advisors: Ms. Beckler and Mr. Mutford
Meets: Every other Wednesday (2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month) at 4:15 pm