encourages students to participate in extracurricular activities.
(Application, Tryouts, or Class enrollment req.)
Cheer Sponsors: (Varsity) Lindsey Zentic
Varsity) Haley Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org), (9th) Emily Hovdenes
| ||Choir (Voce, Cantori, Singers) Voce is designed for 9th graders, Cantori for 10-12 graders who did not audition into the Singers (Varsity), Singers for 10-12 graders who successfully auditioned into the group. |
Sponsor: Megan Tantillo (email@example.com)
Sponsor: Allison Goodman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sponsors: Andrea Feltz (email@example.com) & Mila O’Brien
who participate in Debate become eligible for membership in Debate’s National
Honorary Society. Membership is required
to participate in National Level Debate tournaments. Sponsor: Aarron Schurevich (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DECA: This club is designed to develop the leadership, career, and social skills
of marketing students. Besides district,
state and national DECA events, the Millard North DECA Chapter is involved with
social events and school/community activities.
Sponsors: Allison Goodman (email@example.com) & Elizabeth Swedlund (firstname.lastname@example.org)
| ||Dramatic Productions (Fall Musical, Winter Play, Spring Play, One-Act)|
Students prepare and present three full-length theater productions including a musical, a fall play, and spring play, and One-Act Play. Any student may sign up to work on set construction, lighting, sound and stage crew activities. Acting is open through auditions.
Sponsors: Ms.Williamson, (email@example.com ), Mr. Eledge (firstname.lastname@example.org), & Ms. Megan Tantillo (email@example.com)
Forensics: Competitive speech and drama team. Forensics
is a class and an extra-curricular activity, as students must be enrolled in
the class to be part of the team. We attend competitive speech
tournaments and participation can lead to membership in the National Speech and
Debate Association, a national honorary organization. Millard North has
one of the largest team in the state and one of the largest teams in the country.
Sponsor: Ms. Denney Bull, English (firstname.lastname@example.org). Website: http://mnhsforensics.net/
Journalism (Newspaper, Yearbook): This group is for students interested in working on MNHS Yearbook or the
MNHS Newspaper and enrolled in the Yearbook or Journalism class. In addition to class work, students work on
publications before and after school. Sponsor: Ms. Crotzer (email@example.com )
Program (MMP): Mentors meet with a small group of freshmen every Friday during Mustang
Time. They also meet once a week before
school on Monday mornings to prepare for the mentoring times. MMP is also a leadership development program
for upperclassmen with retreats and events throughout the year to build these
skills. Sponsors: Mr. Schettler (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Mrs. Therkelsen (email@example.com)
|National Honor Society: |
Students may join junior or senior year. The selection of members is done every October. Members meet monthly. Volunteerism is the main focus during the junior year with leadership being the focus senior year.
Sponsors: Mr. Chris Cobb (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Jason Pitt (email@example.com)
(Philharmonic, Symphony) These students give performances at concerts
throughout the school year. Students
must be enrolled in Orchestra classes.
Sponsor: Debbie Martinez (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Choir: Students who successfully audition into show
choir must be in one of the choirs.
Megan Tantillo (email@example.com)
(Open to all)
| ||Amnesty International:|
aMNesty focuses on human rights and our response to encourage the dignity, respect, safety, and freedom of all people, both locally and globally. We will meet once a month to become informed on human rights violations and successes around the world, and to plan systematic responses to educate and inform the rest of the student body. We also want to become a force for positive change in our world through community service. All students are welcome.
Sponsor: Mrs. Betzold (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Art Club: Sponsor, Mr. Sandau
| ||Broadcast Club: |
Students produce original television programs for the school. All students interested in trying out for an anchor position or a production technical position as a junior or senior must spend a year working as a technical assistant, including making one school news video per quarter.
Sponsor: Mr. Matt Eledge (email@example.com)
| || Chemistry Club: |
An American Chemical Society (ACS) accredited club open to anyone interested in chemistry, ACS provides our club with activities, world wide projects and online lecture events to be involved in. Sponsor: Daryl Jahn (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Club: Meets to practice,
learn, and improve abilities in the most demanding board game--chess. Sponsor: Mr. Jim Stromberg (email@example.com)
Diversity Club: Diversity Club celebrates all forms of diversity: ethnicity, faith, ability, gender identity,
sexual orientation, age, social standing and appearance. We believe that all people should be treated
with respect and dignity and work for social justice in our school and larger
community hoping to reduce prejudice and discrimination. We plan social and service activities
including Mix It Up @ Lunch & Diversity Week. We invite all students who want to change in
the world. Sponsor: Ms. Meredith Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
| ||FCCLA: |
A national student organization helping young men and women become strong leaders in families, careers and the community. As a member of the Family, Career, Community Leaders of America organization, you will plan and participate in community service projects, explore career opportunities and demonstrate leadership skills.
Sponsors: Ms. Glesne (email@example.com), Ms. Kokrda (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sponsor, Mr. McCauley (email@example.com)
| ||History Club: |
Meets to study a historical time period, place, culture or event. Participate in local activities including a historical tour of Omaha. As a culminating activity, we visit an area the first week of June; in the past, members have visited Santa Fe, Boston, NYC, New Orleans.
Sponsor: Mrs. Edmundson (firstname.lastname@example.org )
This club is activity designed to develop knowledge, skill and leadership development for students who have an interest in health and medicine. Students will have the opportunity to participate in various workshops, social events, school/ community activities as well as state and national leadership competitions.
Sponsors: Steve Lerner (email@example.com) & Christina Preuss (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Junior Class Board: This board plans Prom including theme,
decorations & invitations. Also plans other junior class events. Sponsor:
Ms. Sarah Martin (email@example.com), Mr. Jason Pitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Language Clubs (Spanish, Japanese, German, Latin): Club sponsors monthly activities of a cultural nature. Members are offered a mixture of cultural and
social activities that are educational in nature. Open to all world language students. Sponsors:
Spanish Club-Ms. Jensen (email@example.com) & Ms. Roberts (firstname.lastname@example.org); Japanese-Cunningham (email@example.com); German-Ms. Brennan (firstname.lastname@example.org); Latin- Ms. Kolander (email@example.com)
Spanish Club - https://www.facebook.com/mnspanishclub/
| ||Math Club: |
Members explore a topic or strategy in depth, using Creative Problem Solving in School Mathematics, practice for contests, using non-routine problems from Mathematical Olympiads Contest Problems for UNL Math Day or High School Competitions.
Sponsor: Mr. Harding (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Senior Class Board: This is a student leadership
organization. Our main responsibilities
include selection of the class motto and graduation announcements, design of
the class t-shirt, the senior video, the senior banquet, superlatives, senior
gift and service opportunities. Sponsor: Mr. Lingenfelter
Promotes the development of student leaders. Applications are required. Members of Student Council Plan homecoming and promote school spirit.
Sponsors: Emily Janda (email@example.com) and Mr. Hewitt (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Industrial Technology Club designed to work with students interested in vocational trades. SkillsUSA help develop team efforts, career goals and leadership skills by attending Leadership Conferences, State and possibly National Competitions.
Sponsor: Mr.Patten (email@example.com )
| ||Volunteers in Action (VIA): |
Members volunteer in the community after school and on weekends. Activities include the Haunted House for Habitat for Humanity, tutoring and Muscular Dystrophy Camp, elementary school carnivals & more. Sponsor: Mr. Ott (firstname.lastname@example.org )
North supports the initiative of students who wish to propose an idea that
would be approved as a Student-Led Group. Applications for a Student-Led Group
can be picked up in the Administration Office and returned before
October 1st of the current school year.