Advisor: Joe Schine
Hope Happens Here
Hope Happens Here is a national nonprofit organization that is dedicated to fighting the negative stigma surrounding mental illness. Our MUHS chapter of Hope Happens Here endeavors to help our peers access the mental health resources they need and understand that it is OKAY to NOT be OKAY.
Advisor: Sarah Johnstone Email: email@example.com Meeting Times: Mondays during 2nd lunch in the main office conference room.
Model United Nations
In Model United Nations, students play the role of delegates representing different countries. Delegates debate world problems, speaking and voting for the country he or she represents.
MUHS Model UN website (work in progress)
Advisors: Ariell Slater Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Times: Mondays at 7:30-8:10 am in D-108
In Neuroscience Club students learn about the human brain.
Advisor: Laura Vantine Email: email@example.com Contact: 382-1709 Meeting Times: TBD
For over 2 decades, parent volunteers and community members have produced Project Graduation — an all-night, alcohol and drug-free party.
Coordinator: George Rooney
SaGA is the Sexuality and Gender Acceptance group of MUHS working to promote respect and educate the MUHS Community about issues relating to sexuality.
SCOHR stands for Student Coalition On Human Rights. This club works to initiate change and make a difference as individuals and as a small group. It hopes to raise awareness about human rights around the world.
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Scholars’ Bowl is considered by some as the Varsity Sport of the Mind. Thirty-eight schools from around the state compete in a series of regional games, followed by play-offs in which all teams participate.
Phone Number: 382-1192 (Activities' Office)
Meeting Times: TBD
SPARC (Spirit Positivity Action Respect Club) is the MUHS School Spirit club. The mission of SPARC is to promote a positive, inclusive, respectful, and equitable school culture at all school activities and athletic events.
Stage Management is the “Midd Tech Crew”. We work to upkeep, maintain, and update the theatrical light and sound equipment in the high school auditorium.
Advisor: Liz LeBeau
Phone Number: (802) 382-1149
The role of Student Council is to be a liaison between the students and the administration and to promote school culture and school spirit. This includes planning and running pep rallies, dances, and other school-wide events like Winter Carnival.
Advisor: Ariel Slater
Phone Number: 382-1116
Meeting Times: Tuesdays at 7:30 am in D-108