CLUBS AND ACTIVITIES

Academic Decathlon - Deana Rainey
Academic Decathlon meets daily as an elective course and after school during competition season from November through January. Days TBD

Students study Art, Music, Math, Literature, Economics, Social Science, and Science all based on a given theme. They prepare for the competition using United States Academic Decathlon material and on-line resources. This is a high energy, fast-paced, and hard core academic group.

African American History Challenge  - Trevin Wurm 

Art Club - Christine Winberg
The Art Club is a group that meets on Tuesdays after school from 3:05-5:05 in room #152 for all things creative. Anyone who enjoys art and is willing to work hard at making art during our meetings is welcome to join. Along with meeting other students who enjoy art, possible school related activities for the students to be involved in are painting murals, painting drama props, or assisting other school groups in their creative endeavors. A field trip may also be planned for the end of the school year for active members if funds are available.


Tuesdays 3:15pm-5:00pm Room 150

Bible Club - Donna Ross, William Lovgren
Wednesdays 3:15pm-4:15pm Room 250

Book Club - Linda Lutz

Chess Club - Steven Croy

Circle of Friends - Julie Froemming

Culinary Skills - Pam Davis
4th Wednesday of each month Room 241 after school.
  

DECA - Jamie Scripter
Practice key leadership skills such as goal setting, consensus building and project management. Participate in community service. Join more than 200,000 high school members in 5,000 classrooms in 3,500 schools across the world who are preparing for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality, management and entrepreneurship.

Finance Club -  Susan Dimitt

French Club - Kodzo Akoto

Future Business Leaders of America - Randy Rouse

GAMERS - Francesca Apper
Do you love games? Do you like to play on console systems like the Xbox or the Wii? Maybe you prefer card games like Magic the Gathering, or Pokemon? Whatever your game is, join Game Geeks, Northwest's premier gaming activity club!

German Club - James Ediger

Gay/Straight Alliance - Michelle Settlemyer

High Steppers - Maelee Falco

International Club - Monica Mahoney

International Thespian - Elizabeth Udhus

Math Club - Holly Hickman

Mock Trial - Jeff Smith, William Jensen

No Place for Hate - Alyssa Gudenkauf

PAW Squad - Charmaine Box

Poetry Slam - Edward Vogel

Pottery Club - John Perry
Tuesdays Room 151 3:15pm-5:00pm.

Power Lifting - Emilia Force

Robotics Club - Robert Cote, Todd Wesslund
Tuesdays & Thursdays Room 130 3:30-5:00pm

Rugby - Jeff Hunter
Rugby is a spring sport and the season will begin in March. Rugby is a full contact sport and Northwest competes against 10 area High Schools. There will be an informational meeting after the conclusion of Fall Sports, all are welcome. For more information, see Mr. Hunter.

Science/STEM Club - Rachel Benzoni, Rachel Arnes

Senior Council - Josette Taylor, Megan Scobie

Skills USA - Robert Cote
Wednesdays Room 130 3:30pm-5:00pm.

Skills USA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry representatives working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. Skills USA helps each student to excel. Skills USA is a national organization serving teachers and high school and college students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations, including health occupations and for further education. Skills USA was formerly known as VICA (the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America). Skills USA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. Skills USA improves the quality of America’s skilled workforce through a structured program of citizenship, leadership, employability, technical and professional skills training. Skills USA enhances the lives and careers of students, instructors and industry representatives as they strive to be champions at work. Omaha Northwest Skills USA program works with students to gain leadership skills while fine tuning their trade skills in the shop. Each student selects a program of study and begins to learn skills to perform the trade skill. Students have the opportunity to attend Leadership conferences and compete in their Skill/trade.

 

Spanish Club - Jamie Athey, Jennifer Lundeen

Speech Team - Jaclyn Reinsh

Student Council - Alyssa Gudenkauf
Student Council supports school & community by hosting events, raising money, and providing service hours.

THRIVE - Rachel Benzoni
Meets every Thursday 3:15 – 5:05 in the cafeteria. 

Winter Running Club - Paul Wilson
Starts in January the first day of second semester and ends the first day of spring sports. Stay in shape, challenge yourself and be ready for spring sports.

Writing Club - Edward Vogel

Young Life - Kyle Carruthers