We are members of the Night Sky Network which is made of many astronomy clubs and is associated with NASA, JPL, and the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. The purpose of the network is to help clubs with outreach programs. Last year the club did several outreach events including one during the summer. In our club meetings, we have learned about doing outreach as well as how to use telescopes, and astronomy in general. The outreach kits the club has so far are about planets around other stars, galaxies, and black holes. We are second in the nation for putting on events.
Advisor: Jesse Sherman
Tune your ride, take a ride, celebrate your bicycle side. Check with Mr. Sherman in room 307.
Investigate the Roots of Rock and Roll from early Bo Diddley to Buddy Guy. Check with Mr. Sherman in room 307.
Democratic Student Union
Advisor: Jesse Sherman
Students interested in discussing politics from a democratic perspective. They discuss social and environmental issues and engage in debate. Meets Wednesdays, during lunch, Room 133.
Advisor: Cody Rosenberg
Meets in room 314. Students watch film clips, comment on filmmaking techniques, learn proper use of cameras and camera equipment, write original scripts, shoot scenes, and edit their own films.
All students interested in participating in the Gay/Straight Alliance known as GSA are welcome to join us for lunch each Thursday in room 319.This is a student-run organization providing a safe place and advocacy for persons questioning their sexuality. Interested students are encouraged to bring ideas as to what they want the group to do this year. They will also nominate a president and secretary to office as well as decide on some committees (advertising/marketing, fund raising, political activities, social events…) and their leaders.
- Every year we participate in the Day of Silence. This is a National event where people take a 9 hour vow of silence to raise awareness of the silencing that happens for Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) individuals due to hatred, oppression and prejudice.
- Individuals who want to take a vow of silence may see Kelly McGhehey for the laminated piece of paper they can wear throughout the day to explain their silence.
- We also participate in the RiverWalk/Run. This is a fundraiser sponsored by HIV Alliance in order to fund their educational and support services. The North GSA will put together a team that will solicit sponsors and participate in the Walk. Other area GSAs have been challenged to put together teams as well. Those interested in participating may contact Kelly McGhehey.
Advisor: Jesse Sherman
Meets weekly to write rhymes and create rhythms. Open mic Fridays at Lunch. Check with Mr. Sherman in room 307.
Advisor: Clair Wiles
Do you want to help the community? Do you need community service hours for graduation? Join Key Club! Key Club is an international organization dedicated to community service. There are no requirements to join, just a desire to help the community and have fu doing it! Come to our meetings any Thursday at lunch or see Mrs. Wiles (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Advisor: Karen Rengifo
Open to all students interested in Latino culture. Activities include planning the annual Latino Dance, the 5 de Mayo Assembly, and other activities to celebrate other aspects of Latino culture and to promote diversity at North Eugene High School.
The Multicultural Student Union – Club MSU (formally known as BSU) meets in Miho’s Hosaka’s room 202 on Tuesdays at lunch. The theme this year is the chameleon, so come and kick it, make new friends, chill with the chameleons and have wicked fun all year long!
National Honor Society
Advisor: Pat Peterson
Students who meet academic, community service and leadership criteria become members of this national organization. The members meet bimonthly and participate in community service projects. Members may be interested in planning and fundraising for an over night trip to Ashland in the spring.
Newspaper: The Caledonian
North Eugene’s school newspaper provides students an excellent opportunity to hone their investigative skills,as well as an extra way to impress prospective colleges. Time spent working on the paper, be it writing articles or attending meetings, counts as community service time, making the Caledonian an excellent activity for anyone in need of a few extra community service hours.
Advisor: Ana Flores
Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán (M.E.Ch.A.) is a student organization that promotes higher education, cultura, and historia. MEChA was founded on the principles of self-determination for the liberation of our people. We believe that political involvement and education is the avenue for change in our society.
Each word in M.E.Ch.A. symbolizes a great concept in terms of la causa.
- Movimiento means that the organization is dedicated to the movement to gain self-determination for our people.
- Estudiantil, identifies the organization as a student group for we are part of our Raza’s future.
- At the heart of the name is the use of the identity: Chicano. At first seen as a negative word, now taken for a badge of honor. In adopting their new identity, the students committed themselves to return to the barrios, colonias, or campos and together, struggle against the forces that oppress our gente.
- Lastly, the affirmation that we are Indigenous people to this land by placing our movement in Aztlan, the homeland of all peoples from Anahuak.
NEHS MEChA is having a fundraiser.
We are selling Dia de los Muertos
T-Shirts for $10.
If you’re interested please see me in the IHS office.
North Eugene Natives United (NENU)
Advisor: Joe Brainard
Open to students who are descendents of American Indians. The club is an opportunity to learn about Native American culture in today’s society. Meet every Friday in the conference room in the Counseling Center at lunch. Every 3rd and 4th Friday the meeting will take place in the Cafeteria.
Advisor: Diane Downey
The club reads plays by William Shakespeare and will take trips to see plays in and out of town. The club will also complete several fundraisers to offset the costs of books, tickets and transportation and make field trips for members less expensive. The club meets on Tuesdays at lunch in Room 130.
Yearbook is a not-for-profit club operated by NEHS students. We meet once a week, after school, and are completely self-sustaining. Staff members donate hundreds of hours of their time each year to create the Tartan.