Club Briefs

Club Briefs

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor

Academic Decathlon 

The team took home second place at the state competition in the large school division and first place in the Super Quiz competition. They also won the Mellodee Thornton Award for Excellence, having shown the most improvement as a team over the past few years. The season is now over, but the team is always looking for new members for next year. 


There is a poetry and storytelling night at Eagle High on Friday, April 28 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to join the Deaf community for a competition of all skill levels. They will get to see and experience beautiful stories, poetry and more. 


The class finished Festival and got a superior rating. They are now just working on playing different types of fun music. 

Earth Club 

The club is laying out the plans to plant a “legacy tree” at the school. They are always looking for new members for the end of this year and next year. 


Members of the club went to the State Leadership Conference (SLC) and placed in the top 10. 

Key Club  

This month, the club is taking part in a game night at the Spring Creek Assisted Living Center. They are planning on playing bingo with the residents and bringing them prizes. Officers of the club also recently attended a Key Club conference. They are planning on completing various service projects before the year is over. 

National Honor Society 

Juniors sat down for an in-person application to re-enter National Honor Society next year. Members are completing their hours for the year, and a select committee of students are planning the Walk-4-Water, an event to raise awareness for communities who do not have access to clean water.