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Activities and Clubs

Being involved in school clubs and organizations can be one of the most memorable and enjoyable ingredients of the high school experience. Many former students look back over the years to realize that, because of their involvements in co-curricular activities, the high school years had become some of their most precious.

Don’t have regrets years from now…get involved…"CARPE DIEM" (Seize the Day)!

(Below you will find a short description of most of the organizations offered at KHS. If you want to know more, contact the advisor who is listed or inquire at the principal’s or counselor’s office.)


STUDENT GOVERNMENT

Student Government consists of an Associated Student Body President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms and two Council Persons-at-large. These officers, elected each spring, along with each of the four class presidents, make up the executive council. The student council is comprised of an elected representative from each homeroom. You can get involved with student government by campaigning for the vote of your peers to become a homeroom representative or an executive council officer.

Advisor: Mrs. Yrjana

ASB 16-17

President- Kelsie Forsberg

Vice Pres- Drake Duce

Sec.-Kat Rauenhorst

Sgt-Kaili Cates


Seniors

President-Gabby Benefield

Vice Pres-Talon Yost

Sec-Caitlin VanDeWalker

Sgt-Kaili Cates


Juniors

President-Sierra Rice

Vice Pres-Riley Fisher

Sec.-Morgan Nusz

Sgt-Rylee Riekena


Sophomores

Pres-Jaymee Sheppard

Vice Pres-Shea Curran

Sec-Maddie Umpenhour

Sgt-Kynlie Frey


Freshmen

Pres- Angel Beier

Vice Pres- Jasmine Luma

Sec.- Tyler Oertli

Sgt-Ryan Carlson










 
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP (NHS)

A prestigious national organization of student recognition dedicated to the ideals of scholarship, character service, and leadership. Membership is an honor, commitment and responsibility. The purpose of the Kellogg High School Chapter is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote worthy leadership, and encourage the development of character. Members sponsor and conduct the annual Honor Society Awards Assembly and Induction Ceremony. In order to qualify, students must apply and be at least a sophomore, in attendance at least one semester, be more than six months away from graduation, and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.3. Qualified students are selected for NHS membership by a majority vote of the faculty council on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service and character.

Advisors:  Mr & Mrs Roberts

2015-2016 Officers:

Pres.  - Noah Shaw
VPres. - Casandra Bening
Sec. - Callie Lynch
Sgt at Arms - Kodi McLean



SPIRIT CLUB

Pep Club is open to all students for the promotion of school spirit at games.

Advisor:




 
ROTC
Kellogg High School is proud to host one of the few Junior Reserve Officer Training programs for high school students in the state of Idaho. The main tenants of the ROTC program are leadership, discipline, and responsibility.  Students incur no military obligation upon completion and can earn credits for P.E. or electives in addition to becoming better citizens.  Extra-curricular activities offered by the program are Rifle Team, Physical Fitness Team and Drill Team.  (Advisors:  Major Petersen & Sergeant Major Smith). 

The program was awarded the prestigious Naval Honor School distinction for the 2014-15 school year.  Cadet leadership for 2016-17 are:
Commanding Officer-Cadet Major Bailey Haynie



 

Sources of Strength

Sources of Strength is a youth suicide prevention project designed to harness the power of peer social networks to change unhealthy norms and culture. This approach ultimately helps by preventing suicide, bullying, and substance abuse. 

Senior officers: 
Abi Wilson - Fall 
Kenzie Woody - Spring

Junior officers:
Numa Poche - Fall
Jocelyn Hosley - Spring

Sophomore officers:
Aislynn Anderson - Fall
Logan Jacobson - Spring

Freshman officers:
TBD

Advisor: Ms. Johnson, Ms Ramirez
 




SPORTS

Athletes need to be concerned with the IHSAA rule concerning eligibility:

"To be academically eligible for athletics, a student must be enrolled full-time and have received 24 passing grades and earn credits in at least five (5) * full-credit subjects, or the equivalency, in the previous semester or grading period for which credit is granted." Note: This does not apply to incoming freshman of the fall semester only. * Also, students who are teachers’ aides and office aides need to be aware that they will only earn ½ of a credit.

Cheerleading (Coach: Ms. Lewis/person to contact at KHS:  Mrs Cheney)

Football (Coach: Mr. Kimberling)

Volleyball (Coach: Mrs. Yrjana)

Cross country (Coach: Sgt Maj Smith)

Soccer (Coach: Maj Petersen))

Basketball (Girl’s Coach: Mr. Bourgard/person to contact at KHS: Mrs.Cheney)

Boy’s Coach: Mr. Nearing/ person to contact at KHS: Mrs. Cheney)

Wrestling (Coach: Mr. Scott Miller /person to contact at KHS: Mrs. Cheney)

Baseball (Coach:  Sgt Maj Smith)

Softball (Coach: Mr. Turbak /person to contact at KHS: Mrs. Cheney )

Track (Coach: ?)

Golf (Coach: Simon Miller/ person to contact at KHS: Mrs. Cheney)