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TAHS Holds Club Fair to Promote Student Organizations

Check out the list of TAHS clubs and organizations listed below

One of the most important things a student can do to make their high school experience more memorable and fun is to get involved in extracurricular activities. 

Research suggests that participation in clubs and extracurricular activities increases students’ sense of engagement, and decreases the likelihood of school failure.

Senior Maddy Whitby has been involved in numerous clubs and sports since her freshman year, just a few of which are soccer, Student Council, and National Honor Society.

“I think that it is important to be in clubs because you can get involved with the school and get to do fun things with your friends and make a positive difference in the community,” Whitby said.

I think that it is important to be in clubs because you can get involved with the school and get to do fun things with your friends and make a positive difference in the community

— Senior Maddy Whitby

However, it’s not always easy for students to know how to get involved, especially for the underclassmen in ninth and tenth grade.

This is why the annual Club Fair was established in the fall of last year: to help students learn what clubs are active at the school and to make connections with clubs and activities that fit their interests.

Clubs not only allow students to share their interests but also to make new friends. For upperclassmen and underclassmen alike, these clubs help students bond and share ideas with the rest of their community.

The second annual Club Fair event was held during school on August 31.

Each club was set up at a table in the gym with sign-up sheets. All high school students went down to walk around, looking at all the clubs and seeing what the school has to offer.

Many students signed up for new clubs as a result.

Freshman Maddy Harper signed up for Golden Revolution at this year’s Club Fair.

She is already involved in cheerleading and can’t wait to be a part of something else that helps the community.

“It is something new and hopefully I make new friends and become more involved,” Harper said.

The good news for students who did not sign up for a club during the Club Fair is that it is not too late to get involved.

Each club does different activities that support the school in some way and help student involvement.

Included below is a list of many of the clubs available to Tyrone High School students, what they are about, and who students can contact to be a part of each.

Interested students should talk to members of the club or reach out to the club advisor at the email addresses listed below:

 

 

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Rylee Fleck, Staff Writer
Rylee Fleck is a senior at Tyrone Area High School. This is her first year as an Eagle Eye staff member. Some activities Rylee participates in are cheerleading, ski club, Golden Revolution, NHS, and Student Council. When she is not at school, she is either hanging out with family or friends. Rylee also likes to end each night watching Netflix; she is currently watching the series Pretty Little Liars. Her favorite movies are “10 Things I Hate About You” and “Mamma Mia”. Rylee likes to go camping and loves spending time at the beach. A fun fact about Rylee is that she is a triplet! Her plans after high school are to attend college at Penn State. She is super excited to be a senior this year and hopes to have the best year! She hopes to cover new cheerleading articles and do some student spotlights.
Elexis Hess, Features Editor
Lexi Hess is currently a junior at Tyrone Area High School. This is Lexi's third year on the Tyrone Eagle Eye News team. She has an interest in writing features as well as sports stories. She is a studious student who takes her academics seriously. She is also involved in school by participating in clubs, such as the Student Council, Prom Committee, and NHS. In her free time, you will probably find her relaxing and watching movies. Her plans after high school are to go to a trade school and pursue a career as an ultrasound tech. This year, Lexi hopes to produce well-written articles and improve her skills in journalism and photography.

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