SDSS Clubs

CLUBWHEN?WHERE?SPONSORSWHAT IS IT?
Dance ClubTuesday after school Room 126Ms. UdyIf you have K pop and hip hop dance experience and want to be a part of something again please join us
Drawing ClubTuesday @ LunchRoom 178Ms. UdyAll levels of drawing are welcome in this casual environment. Come around and join us
Environmental ClubMonday @ LunchRoom 101Ms. Morgan & Ms. EngEnvironmental club works to make a positive impact on the environment. This club is run by students and projects are picked based on common interests. Some projects from previous years have been: beach clean ups, educating elementary schools, educating the school, cleaning up the courtyards, cleaning up after Halloween, spirit weeks, attending environmental pro-ds with other schools, redistributing clothes amongst students with our own thrift shop, bake sales, making bees wax wrap, etc. Positively impacting the environment is now critical and many further career will depend on this education. We look forward to having returning and new students!
Game ClubWednesday after schoolRoom 176Mr. Pike
A variety of competitive and cooperative games, raging from simple to complex. Lots of different games to suit different people. Students wishing to play card games like Magic: The Gathering are also welcome.
Grad CouncilWednesday @ LunchRoom 201Ms. Tsou and Ms. FanGrad Council is a club designed for and run by the grad class. in this club, grads will be planning for events that will be done throughout the year such as grad weeks/days and dances. All grads are welcome to join and attend.
GSA - Gender and Sexuality Alliance ClubThursday @ LunchRoom 113Lauren Sortome and Ms. SmirfitGSA is a student-led school club that aims to create a safe, welcoming, and accepting school environment for all students, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identify.
Interact ClubThursday @ LunchRoom 110Ms. PueInteract is a Rotary-sponsored volunteer service club. interact clubs organize at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding.
Library ClubFriday @lunchLibraryMs. BonnerStudents who love to read and love books. Learn about how a school library works, talk about books we're reading and recommend, plan displays for events and observations (Winter Holiday, International Women's Day, Lunar New Year, Banned Books). Come have lunch and talk about books with other people who love to read.
Math ClubMondays after schoolTBAMs. EngThe math club is a place for students of all ability levels to talk about math, share puzzles, solve fun and challenging problems, and practice for mathematics competitions. A student must be a member of the math club in order to participate in the Waterloo Math Contest.

ReconciliACTION
Monday @ LunchRoom 107Mr. WaymouthSeptember 30 is the national day for Truth and Reconciliation. Though we have a day dedicated to working towards the goals of building better relationships between Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples, we need to actively work on reconciliation year round. If you are interested in actively working towards the goals of the TRC, come join the ReconciliACTION team.
SD Arts & CraftsFriday @ LunchRoom 201Ms. Tso and Ms. FanFor those who are interested and passionate about various arts and craft projects.
Student CouncilTuesday @ LunchRoom 126Mrs. Lopez-Lamas (first point of contact), Ms. Smirfitt (2nd) & Mme Servai (3rd)Student Council is a student led group whose goal is to promote school community and spirit. They organize a variety of events such as Spring Carnaval, Haunted House, & Spirit Weeks.
Swim ClubMeetings announced on announcementsMr. HortnessOpen to all student with some kind of swimming history: Lessons, Life Guarding, Summer/Winter club, other. Must be able to swim 200 m straight at a minimum.