Opportunities to get involved

Ellie Hecker, Nation Writer

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If you are a student who wants to get involved in school and join a community, here are a few of the many clubs at Glenbard South:

Black Education United
Advisor: Carmen Teague
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: A club that celebrates African-American history, culture, music, and current events! We will participate in learning activities, fun activities, and special events! THE CLUB IS OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS.

Advisor: Michael Douglas & Teresa Maras
Email: [email protected] & [email protected]
Club Information: Best Buddies is a national program designed to work with students with special needs and build relationships inside and outside of school.

Advisor: Diane Mankowski
Email: [email protected]
Club Information:The Book Club Mission Statement is to expand members’ personal literary experience by reading and discussing works chosen by the students in a friendly and open atmosphere. The club provides a safe and welcoming environment for teens to develop a lifelong interest in and appreciation for reading and learning. All are welcome.

Advisor: Allen McWilliams
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: To develop knowledge on how to use tactics and strategies, have fun and a challenging experience and meet a lot of new people.

Advisor: Cynthia McManus
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: Cooking4Kids is a volunteer based club that is centered around cooking at the Ronald McDonald House, helping those that are struggling and going through traumatic times.

Advisor: Gloria Chapa-Resendez
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: Dreamers club provides an opportunity for students to get to know each other and work towards developing goals for the future. Time is committed to college planning, exploring options for higher education.

Advisor: Michelle Antonelli
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: To develop an appreciation and better understanding of environmental issues through activities and projects.

Advisor: Christa Gifford
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: Fashion Club is a club whose members have one thing in common—they love fashion!! The clubs meets at least twice a month at school to participate in activities based on their interest. Items include, fashion shows, workshops and DIYs, fashion trend research, fashion sketching, field trips and fundraisers and learn from guest speakers

Advisor: Alivia Guagenti
Email: [email protected] (out-of-building sponsor)
Club Information: An integral part of the Marching Raider Band for all home varsity football games, pep rallies, and various community and national marching band festivals.

Advisor: TBD
Email: [email protected]
Club Information: The mission of the Gender Equality Club is to bring together students dedicated to shedding light on issues of gender inequality through conversations, research. All students are welcome come and learn!