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Nearly 30 Clubs and Organizations Participate in CHS Activities Fair

students speaking about unified sports(September 21, 2023) Student leaders and staff representatives from nearly 30 clubs and organizations lined the track at CHS Stadium on September 21 for the 2023-24 Clubs and Activities Fair. Students weaved in and out of the lineup of tables to become a member of a club or organization, as well as speak with the student leaders about getting involved.

“We are very proud of the wide variety of extracurricular opportunities we have for students, and this fair is a great way to showcase them,” said CHS Principal Jimmy D’Andrea. 

Women in Science and Engineering (W.I.S.E.) aims to create a strong community of women in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) at CHS. This year, the club plans to organize a variety of experiments during meetings like potato batteries, solar oven s’mores, color changing lemonade, building model bridges during March for the month of engineering, and host a variety of workshops on coding throughout February. 

Unified Sports, which was at the event, aims to create a warm and welcoming environment for the Life Skills students at school and on the field. They seek to introduce life skills students to bocce and track to help them practice team building skills in a non-competitive environment.

The event, organized by the student council, featured representatives from Simple Machines 423, Debate club, Esports, Organic Farming, Project Based Learning, Environmental club, K-pop club, Panther Partners, Unified sports, Fiction Addiction, DECA, the Class of 2024, the Gender and Sexuality Alliance, United Asians Speaking, Jewish Student Union, Latinos Unidos, Black Student Union, Blue and Gold, Science Olympiads, National Art Honor Society, Women in Science and Engineering, Math Club, Film Crew, and the Reading Olympics, to name a few. CHS Athletics was also present. 

To see the full list of clubs and activities available at CHS, visit