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Despite distance learning, student clubs can hold virtual meetings, attract new members after virtual club rush

The Alzheimer’s Awareness Club members promote their group during the 2019-2020 Club Rush at break. Because the new school year has started with distance learning instead of live instruction on campus, the ASB had to resort to a Google Slides presentation of clubs, which was posted on the school’s website Sept. 4.

Nevya Patel

September 9, 2020

Though not allowed to hold live, in-person meetings during distance learning, clubs have been given permission by school district officials to virtually gather on platforms such as Zoom or Google Meet outside of classroom hours. In addition, club officers and members are expected to follow all school ...

ASB produces Google Slides promoting 66 clubs for prospective members to review in lieu of traditional Club Rush at break

ASB co-activities commissioners senior Kathryn Aurelio (left) and juniors Jasmine Lee and Ellen Kim promote a virtual version of Club Rush in the ASB’s Aug. 24 Back to School video. The three worked on producing a Google Slides presentation promoting the student groups instead of the traditional event during break. The presentation's link was posted on the Sunny Hills website Friday, Sept. 4, and will remain there until Sept. 11.

Hope Li

September 7, 2020

This story was updated at 8:33 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 7, to correct junior Jasmine Lee's leadership role in Key Club. A crowd of students flooding the quad during break. Chanting, shouting and the occasional passing out of free candy. This has been what Club Rush was all about during the tra...

As oldest student group on campus, Key Club aims to empower its members with service, leadership skills

Senior Jenny Lee listens a Lieutenant Governor Ali Orouji, the governor for region 3 division 4 South, during the regional training conference on October 12, 2019.

Alice Shin

March 11, 2020

It’s the oldest club at Sunny Hills. It was first founded on May 6, 1960. And it was awarded CNH District of Key Club International’s Club of the Year last school year. “[Our] goal is to raise money for our preferred charities,” said science teacher David Kim, who has been adviser of Ke...

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