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Maumee High School

Marker 1147 Saco Street 
Maumee, Ohio  43537
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7:40am-2:30pm

Extracurricular Activities



This page is under construction for the 2020-21 school year.

 Maumee High School Clubs
Available to all 9th, 10th, 11th, & 12th grade students
 For more information, please contact the club advisor.
You will be sent a class code to join the club's Google Classroom.


Drumline

Indoor Drumline is comprised of members playing percussion instruments, including drums and mallets.  They travel around the Midwest during the winter, competing on a national level.  At the end of the season, they compete at the championship level.

Advisor: Nick Riley

 

Winterguard 

Winterguard performs at various competitions throughout the winter season, both in the OIPA and WGI circuits. It is a unique performance opportunity that combines elements of marching, dance, flag work and other auxiliary equipment into a single performance.

Advisor: Chad Clum

 

Interact

Maumee Interact is a student-led service organization of students in grades 9-12 that follows the example and principles of our sponsor, the Maumee Rotary Organization. We provide volunteers and fundraising services for our school, local, and national communities.  Click here to learn more.

Advisor: Mr. Matt Dick

 

LGBT+

LGBT+ Club is a student-led club, similar to a Gay-Straight Alliance. It allows a safe and supportive environment for LGBT students to get together and make friends! We welcome everyone to join us for some fun and learn some things along the way! We meet at least once a month to discuss LGBT topics and issues such as political policy, toxic and healthy relationships, education on sexualities, genders, etc. Most meetings involve presentations, but we also have special events such as a drag show, an end of year picnic, and movies after exams. Along with all of our fun, this club offers a dynamic space to build social skills and diverse knowledge that can lead you into college with more confidence. 

Advisor: Mrs. Kristen Taylor-Hendges

 

He for She Club

 Advisor: Mrs. Julie Johnson

 

eSports

eSports is a competitive team-based sport.  There will be tryouts, and the team will compete against other local schools.  We currently are doing Overwatch, but are looking to expand to Rocket League and League of Legends as the team grows.  If you are interested in getting better and really working on your eSports skills you shout try out!

Head Coach: Mr. Dan Samuel

 

Speech & Debate

Speech and Debate is an opportunity for students to develop their public speaking skills and compete against other schools for trophies, awards, and recognition. From acting, to inspirational speeches, to classic argumentation, we have it all!  Click here to learn more.

Coach: Mr. Stevan Jechura

 

Quiz Bowl

Quiz Bowl is a club where students compete against other schools in timed trivia matches.  Everyone interested in participating will get a chance to compete.  Trivia areas include science, history, math, literature, pop culture and more.  Practices are held after school on Mondays in the Learning Commons.

Coach: Mr. Stevan Jechura

 

German Club

German Club is perfect for those who wish to learn about the cultural aspects of German-speaking countries through hands-on activities such as international dessert parties, celebrating Oktoberfest, participating in contests with other clubs, attending international festivals, participating in German holiday customs and even taking outings to German restaurants.  In addition to these events, German club members also regularly participate in playing German games, watching German films and celebrating holidays around our area by visiting local attractions such as Stevens Gardens and the Toledo Zoo. 

Advisor: Frau Herman

 

Spanish Club

Spanish Club is open to students who would like to learn more of the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.  Some of our after-school events include celebrating holidays traditionally observed in the Spanish-speaking world, participating in athletic contests with other clubs and an international dinner.

Advisor: Señora Durand

 

Student Council

Student Council serves as a link between the students and the staff of Maumee High School.  They represent the students’ ideas and concerns about many different areas if school. Student Council is responsible for many ongoing activities including Homecoming, pep rallies, bloodmobiles, Open Houses, running class elections and facilitating several service projects throughout the year.

Advisor: Heather LaBeau 

 

Conspiracy / Legends Club

Conspiracy and Legends Club is a student-led organization that explores the mysterious and unexplained events of our world. The students select myths, legends, and paranormal occurrences to explore in two meetings a month. 

Advisor: Ms. Jamie Naragon

 

S.T.E.A.M. Club

The S.T.E.A.M. Club is a place where people interested in technology and science can get together and talk.  Additionally, we are currently doing two different competitions.  We are participating in the VEX robotics competition, where we build a robot and compete with it.  This is with both programming and human-controlled robots.  We also build and fly drones in a drone racing competition.  If you are interested in anything technological, this is the club for you!

Advisor: Mr. James Stanton

 

Select Choir

Select Choir is a specialized vocal ensemble designed specifically for community performances.  This group is co-curricular and requires an entrance audition as well as daily participation in a choir class.

Advisor: Mrs. Amy Gorman

 

Drama Club

There's something for everyone when it comes to being involved in the dramatic productions at Maumee! We do both a fall play and a spring musical.  If you like acting, singing, or dancing, this is the perfect opportunity for you.  If you're shy but want to be a part of the fun, we can always use technical crew members as well.  Be a part of a dynamic, fun-filled organization while building skills that can carry you into college and beyond.  The fall 2020 show is “The Pink Panther” and the spring 2021 musical will be, “Little Shop of Horrors.”

Advisor: Ms. Jamie Naragon

 

FCCLA

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), a national career-tech student organization for Family and Consumer Sciences. FCCLA promotes personal growth and leadership through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation with a strong focus on community service.  In addition, students may choose to become affiliated members and attend club meetings and events during academy and after school. By being an affiliated member, you have the opportunity to go on co-curricular field trips, participate and compete in competitive FCCLA events, place FCCLA membership on college and job applications, and help out your school and community in the process! Plus, you will meet people and have FUN! Each class will plan and complete an FCCLA project related to the course.

Advisor: Ms. Christina Jackson

 

Senior Class Officers

Includes Senior Class president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.  The officers work with the advisors to organize graduation and other senior events.  These four class officers make decisions for the entire class.

Advisor: Ms. Christine Offenbacher
Assistant Advisor: Mrs. Holly Mack


Junior Class Officers

Advisor: Mrs. Julie Johnson
Assistant Advisor: Mrs. Holly Mack


Freshman / Sophomore Class Officers

Includes the freshman and sophomore class officers, president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.  The officers work with the advisors to organize the homecoming dance, create the class t-shirts, and organize fundraising events to raise money for other school events.

Co-Advisors:  Christine Offenbacher and Holly Mack


LINK Crew

Link Crew is a freshmen orientation and transition program designed to help new students find their place at MHS.  Link Crew Leaders, the juniors and seniors who are chosen through an application process, serve as mentors to a group of 10-15 freshmen.  In addition to undergoing two days of intensive training in August to prepare for Orientation Day, Link Leaders are instructed throughout the year to implement short lessons related to decision-making, goal-setting, etc. to their Links.  Link Leaders also plan social events for their Link of freshmen to promote connectedness and school unity. PLEASE NOTE:  Interested candidates must interview spring of their sophomore year to become a LINK Leader.

Advisors: Mrs. Heather LaBeau
Mrs. Allison Mackin
Ms. Christina Jackson
Mr. James Stanton