Clubs and Organizations
ACADEMIC WORLDQUEST- -Mr. Stanley and Mr. Sanford
Purpose: To organize teams for competition at the local Academic Worldquest November 1 at UNF, with a chance to compete in the national competition in Washington DC in the spring.
“Academic WorldQuest is a Flagship Program of the World Affairs Council network. It is a team game testing competitors’ knowledge of international affairs, geography, history and culture. There are currently more than 40 local competitions held around the country and the winners of these local competitions are invited to compete in the National Academic WorldQuest held in Washington, D.C. each spring.”
Meetings – TBD
ANALOG GAME CLUB – Mr. Mull
Purpose: To build community through playing board and card games.
Activities: Playing and discussing board and card games
SNYDER BROADWAY MUSICAL PRODUCTION (Spring Musical) – Mr. Urso
- To showcase students’ artistic capabilities,
- Build self-presentation skills
- To build confidence in self expression
- Problem solving and perseverance
- Promote higher academic achievement through participation in the arts
Activities: Produce and perform in the Spring musical
CATHOLIC HEART WORKCAMP 2021 – Mr. Jackson and Ms. Pichardo
Purpose: To serve and grow closer to others and Christ
Activities: Mission Trip in the Summer – Open to Freshmen through Juniors
COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE GARDEN CLUB – Mr. Sanford
The Columbian Exchange refers to a period of cultural and biological exchanges between the New and Old Worlds. Exchanges of plants, animals, diseases and technology transformed European and Native American ways of life. Beginning after Columbus’ discovery in 1492, the exchange lasted throughout the years of expansion and discovery. The Columbian Exchange impacted the social and cultural makeup of both sides of the Atlantic. Advancements in agricultural production, evolution of warfare, increased mortality rates and education are a few examples of the effect of the Columbian Exchange on both Europeans and Native Americans.
Purpose: This project is suggested as a means to instill ownership in the student’s learning experience. In the construction and maintenance of the garden, students will employ cross-curricular skills such as mathematics, chemistry, history, and world culture. Foods produced will be used by our cafeteria and/or donated accordingly.
Activities: Members of the Garden Club will help maintain, plant, and harvest what we grow.
Meetings: Usually every other Wednesday morning in Mr. Sanford’s room, 805.
DISC GOLF CLUB – Mr. Mull and Mr. Jackson
Purpose: to build play and discuss disc golf
Activities: play and learn about disc golf
DRAMA CLUB – Mrs. Kemmer
Purpose: To entertain ourselves and the masses!
Meetings: 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month, 3-4PM, room 714
INTERNATIONAL TRAVELERS CLUB – Ms. Briggs
Purpose: To learn about other cultures, see historical sites and have fun traveling.
Activities: Traveling abroad
“LIGHT OF FAITH” BAND – Ms. Barta, Mr. Jackson, Mrs. Luman, Mr. Mattson, Ms. Pichardo, Mr. Sanford
Purpose: to plan Masses; to praise God with our voices and musical talents
Activities: Play for Masses
Meetings: Wednesday and Friday mornings at 7:15 am in the cafeteria
MAKERS CLUB – Mrs. Kerns and Mrs. Torres
Purpose: to mentor students from Morning Star High School Activities: Photograph school events
Activities: spend time with them at at school events such as retreats, pep rallies and other visits.
PING PONG CLUB – Dr. Giddens
Purpose: to play ping pong
Activities: weekly ping pong; If enough interest, ongoing round-robin tournament
Meetings: Mondays, 2:50 pm, room 712
RED AND GOLD CLUB – Coach Osbeck and Ms. Pichardo
Purpose: Promote and Show school spirit!
Activities: Plan themed nights for athletic events; promote and show up for school events such as athletics and Fine Arts nights; help with Snyder alumni relations
Meetings: as needed – stay tuned
RESPECT LIFE CLUB – Mr. Mull, Ms. Pichardo
- for all to participate in Respect Life Ministry – supporting the dignity of each human person from conception until natural death
- for 10th through 12th graders to attend a pilgrimage to DC to peacefully and prayerfully protest the legalization of abortion
- Attend Respect Life Conference in St. Augustine
- 10th – 12th: Travel to DC for the March for Life
ROSARY CLUB – Ms. Pichardo
Purpose: to pray the rosary
Activities: leading the Rosary at least one morning a week in the Chapel
Meetings: TBD depending on member availability
SAINT VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY – Mrs. Cook and Ms. Pichardo
Purpose: service club
Activities: Service projects benefit such organizations as the St. Francis Soup Kitchen (PBJ making), St. Vincent de Paul Society, Angel Tree, Elder Community, Special Olympics, and others!
Meetings: Every other Thursday morning at 7:25AM in room 204
STUDENT AMBASSADORS – Mrs. Gudzak (Admissions Office)
Purpose: To promote Snyder to prospective students and their families.
Activities: Snyder 101, Open House, Shadow Days and 8th Grade Visits