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Jenn Nass-Fukai | 720.747.3844 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mondays from 2:50-4:00pm in 231D
Science Club contributes to NASA research. Would you like the opportunity to fly on the NASA “Zero-Gravity Plane?” Come join Science Club and find out how.
Ashley Atwell | 720.747.3840 | email@example.com
A-day Thursdays from 3-4pm in 241D
Pre-Med Club is designed for anyone interested in learning about medical and/or health-related careers and opportunities available to students. From professional surgeons to athletic trainers, Pre-Med Club provides students with the opportunity to converse with speakers about their specialties and career options available. Opportunities for exposure to the health science fields are also provided, as members have an opportunity to participate in field trips and take part in health fairs. Also, students will have the opportunity to take a First Aid and CPR training class.
TSA: Technology Student Association
Debbie Gregg | 720.747.3482 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon-Fri from 3-5pm in IE 101
If you are interested in any of the following, please come to one of the meetings.
- Architectural Model
- Biotechnology Design
- Construction Renovation
- Desktop Publishing
- Digital Video Production
- Cyber Patriot
- Dragster Design
- Engineering Design
- Fashion Design
- Flight Endurance
- Manufacturing Prototype
- Music Production
- On Demand Video
- Photographic Technology
- Structural Engineering
- System Control Technology
- Transportation Modeling
- TSA VEX Robotics
- Video Game Design
Seven OHS-IST students attended the 2012 Colorado State Technology Student Association Convention, with their sponsor Mrs. Gregg. The event took place February 9 to 11 at the Marriott located in the Denver Technology Center. President Lizarlette Alvarez competed in the Architectural Model competition by designing a Senior Citizens Daycare Center, producing construction drawings of the building and finally a 24”x24” model of the facility. Vice President Mariah Maestas competed in the Computer Aided Design – 2D Architecture Level and designed a Coffee Shop. Peter Taenzer, Garrison Snyder, Liz Guzman, and Brenda Morales competed in Promotional Design and submitted themed TSA lapel pins. Garrison Snyder, Peter Taenzer, and Brenda Morales also competed in Computer Aided Design - 3D Engineering. Peter Taenzer won third place in the Coiorado State competition, Computer Aided Design-3D Engineering using the 3D Solid Works Program he learned during Technical Drawing Class.
Mondays and Thursdays from 3-5pm in IE101
The Robotics Club will meet regularly for two separate seasons during the school year. We will meet to plan, design, and fabricate a robot to compete in the Colorado BEST Competition in the Fall (http://rockymountainbest.org/default.aspx ]http://rockymountainbest.org/default.aspx) and the larger-scale FIRST robotics competition in January. Students will be exposed to engineering design practices, problem solving, fabrication techniques, and programming as well as the softer details of marketing, project management, and fundraising. If you are interested, please see Mr. Huang in room 230D for more information.
Robotics Award Paper
Robotics Award Paper
Dave LaCour | 720.747.3849 | email@example.com
Wednesdays after school in the Auto Shop
The SKILLS club gives students a chance to learn and practice employability skills. Students have an opportunity for more than one million dollars in scholarships and compete with other students at the district, state and national level. SKILLS members make contacts and have networking opportunities with local businesses that lead to employment.
Mu Alpha Theta Math Honor Society
Sarah Marr | 720.747.3769 | firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Mondays at 2:50pm in 213A
Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society
- To stimulate an interest in mathematics
- To provide public recognition for superior mathematical achievement
- To provide mathematical activities and competitions
- To provide math tutors for struggling students
- Maintain a overall GPA of at least 3.0
- Maintain a mathematical GPA of at least 3.0
- Completed Algebra 1, Geometry and Algebra 2
- Continuing your mathematical education by taking math course beyond Algebra 2
- Tutoring at least 4 hours per semester in the after school tutorials or during your free period.
- Attend the monthly chapter meetings (1st Monday of every month at 2:55pm in IE 106).
- Abide by the chapter by-laws