Clubs

 

The Reagan Educational Center offers a wide variety of clubs and organizations for students to choose from. The majority of our clubs are offered for 7th - 12th grade students at Clovis East and Reyburn Intermediate. Check out what we have to offer and get involved today... there is something for everyone!

“As part of its educational mission for students, Clovis Unified School District allows both curriculum and non-curriculum related student clubs to meet at school during non-instructional hours (e.g., before classes begin, during lunch period, club schedule, after classes end). The Governing Board believes that curriculum and non-curriculum-related student organizations can have an important place in students’ lives. Besides extending and reinforcing the instructional program, such groups can give students practice in democratic self-government and civil social discourse, as well as providing social, intellectual, and recreational opportunities.

Non-curriculum-related student clubs and the viewpoints and speech expressed at meeting of such clubs do not necessarily reflect the views of the Clovis Unified School District or the Board of Education.

If eligible under applicable District eligibility standards, your student will have the opportunity to join one or more such clubs and to attend and participate in the meetings of any club that he or she joins. However, you have the right to inform the school in writing of any particular student club in which you do not wish your student to participate.  Consent to participate will be presumed without written notice to the contrary.” (Policy 2505)

If there are any organizations that you do not wish your child to be involved with, please return the attached form at registration, or you can mail or drop off your request to the Clovis East High School Activities Office, 2940 Leonard, Clovis, CA  93619. Please feel free to contact the Activities Office at 327-4318 if you should have any questions. 

Club Name Advisor Description
#BeKindBeATWolf Sarah Burress Be kind, make someone's day, put a smile on someone's face, and spread love. Remember, no act of kindness is too small. We are challenging you to show us your random acts of kindness through the hashtag #BeKindBeATWolf. What to join our efforts and anonymously spread cheer? Come see Mrs. Burress in the Activities Office.
AAA Jaime Arredondo Advanced Academics Academy (AAA) is an academic pathway that seeks to invigorate Clovis East High School by challenging motivated students to aim for the rigorous schedule of Advanced Placement classes. Students will take at least 2-3 AP/honors courses per year and take ALL tests in their AP classes, while maintaining an unweighted 3.5 GPA. Students will take at their first AP class their sophomore year.  For additional information involving AAA please contact the Mr. Arredondo in room 711
Academic Decathlon Sheng Vu The Academic Decathlon (also called AcaDec, AcaDeca or AcDec) is the only annual high schoolacademic competition organized by the non-profit United States Academic Decathlon Association (USAD). Academic Decathlon is designed to include students from all achievement levels.
Activities - CE Sarah Burress The goal of the Clovis East Activities Program is to find a way to connect students positively to campus.  We offer numerous clubs and organizations that students can join; ranging from chess club to the fishing club, there is something for everyone.  Students: Make the most out of your high school experience by getting involved.  You're only in high school once---step out of your comfort zone, challenge yourself, and make a lifetime of memories.  Don't see something you want to be involved in? Start a new club!
Activities - RIS Kaitlin Kruser Reyburn encourages all students to become connected and involved on our campus. There are numerous opportunities for students to become involved with school activities including clubs, athletics, noontime activities, dress-up days, Science Fair, Science Olympiad, History Day, performing arts and more! If you're interested in joining a club please click the link on the right side of this page and you'll see a list of all of the clubs Reyburn and Clovis East have to offer. Student Council elections are also held every spring for future 8th graders and the following fall for 7th grade officers. Tryouts to be our school mascot are held every fall as well. If you have any questions regarding Reyburn activities please don't hesitate to contact Kaitlin Kruser at 327-4500 or kaitlinkruser@cusd.com.
AFJROTC Dennis Nodine The objectives of JROTC are to educate and train high school cadets in citizenship, promote community service, instill responsibility, character, and self-discipline, and provide instruction in air and space fundamentals. It is open to all Aerospace Science students. The AFJROTC program is grounded in the Air Force core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do. The corps emphasizes the development of flight, applied flight sciences, military aerospace policies, and space exploration.
Animal Club Jackie Stafford The REC Animal Club focuses on helping our community to help our animals. We donate products to Ms. Winkles such as trash bags, dish detergents, paper towels, and dog beds. Currently we have a sign-up sheet for volunteers for the No Kill shelter in Fresno to have orientation at REC. The volunteers will then be able to work with a trainer at the shelter to make the dogs more adoptable.
Anime Club Anna Capper Anime Club is a club where we embrace the Japanese culture and, of course, anime!! Not only do we watch anime or read manga, but we also play fun bonding games and even create our own one-shot manga!! We host events in which members not in anime club can participate in also. So come out and join the fun; join anime club!!
Anti Bully Walk + 5K Derrick Davis A former CEHS student, Rebekah Jeffries, started this walk years ago.  It was her personal mission to help others, and to let people know that they are not alone.  She spoke up to defend those who could not.  Rebekah was bullied for many of her school years, and she learned that speaking up and standing up for others was a way for her to make a difference and to bring awareness to this issue.   Student education of how to address bullying for peers is critical, as is the support of adults. The 5K Walk / Run takes place on Saturday May 12th at 8:00am.  Check in starts at 7:30am.  Donations are accepted, T-shirts are $15.00.  All money raised will be put towards a $500.00 Overcoming Adversity Scholarship for one graduating senior who is attending a college in the fall.  
Asian Club Bao Xiong The Asian Club was created expose students to the Asian culture through social gatherings and educational and leadership opportunities. We encourage students to embrace their culture, to gain a better understanding of who they are and to share their knowledge to other students. 
Athletics - CE Cassondra Capshew For additional information involving athletics, please contact the Athletics Director: Cassondra Capshew.
Athletics - RIS Jeff Suglian For additional information involving athletics, please contact the Athletics Director: Jeff Suglian.
AVID Jamie Swisegood AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to closing the achievement gap by preparing all students for college and other postsecondary opportunities.
Basketball Club Austin Sebra Where students will have a safe place to have fun and play basketball. Strengthen bonds within the high school teams and create more excitement to support the school team.
BSU Raxl Fontenot The Black Student Union is an educational, cultural, civic, social, and community service organization.  The mission of the BSU is to enhance the experience and address the needs of Black Students, give them a voice, and create a safe space to promote friendship and solidarity, while bridging gaps between all students on campus and in the community.
Board Game Café Pablo Flores The mission of the Board Game Club is to create a community that uses board games as a means to gather, and exercise creativity and problem solving, while competing or working together.  It is a laid back environment in which students can make new friends and embrace old ones, while allowing for a community to be formed under similar interests.
Bollywood Dance Club Janine Sodersten New Club -- Paperwork in Progress
Book Club Sheng Vu The Book Club organization’s purpose is to give students who love to read an opportunity to meet and socialize with the main goal of doing volunteer work to encourage reading in young children. It provides meaningful opportunities for students to support one another and their surrounding community through the encouragement of reading. 
Card Games Galore Anna Capper The purpose of this club is to get students to socialize through card games while giving them an opportunity to interact and practice their presentation skills by teaching other students new card games using leadership skills.  If you like playing different types of card games, this club is for you!
Catholic Club Monica Jay The Catholic Club encourages students to embrace their spirituality while serving their school and local community.
Chess Club Austin Sebra Where students will learn how to play and be able to play chess amongst each other and other schools. All levels welcome. A place to meet new people and build new friendships. 
Choir - CE Carlin Truong Want to join Choir? See Mr. Truong to find out more! 
Choir - RIS Allison Crose Want to join Choir? See Ms. Crose to find out more! 
Class of 2018 Shelley Lane          Nicole Olivarez Members are committed to earning money towards graduation with various fundraisers and dances.  
Class of 2019 Stacy Beiden     Muggs Marquez Members are committed to earning money towards graduation with various fundraisers and dances.  
Class of 2020 Bria Borjas           Carol VandeKerkhoff Members are committed to earning money towards graduation with various fundraisers and dances.  
Class of 2021 Jaime Arredondo    Jackie Stafford Members are committed to earning money towards graduation with various fundraisers and dances.  
Cooking Club Megan Martinez Cooking Club meets the first and third Wednesday from 3-4:30 pm every month to learn new cooking techniques, compete in "Chopped" challenges, and most importantly... cook and have fun! It is taking place in room 701, Miss Valeri's room. 
Crafty Makers Club Sabrina Mills The Crafty Makers Club provides students with an opportunity to learn how to create many of the popular home arts and crafts that you see on Pinterest (chalk painting, dry brush techniques, using a Silhouette machine, etc.). Students are able to sell their crafts to staff and local community members, and often have make seasonal craft items (Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc.).
CSF Sheryl Dedekian    Jenny Herrick CSF (California Scholarship Federation) is a nationally recognized academic club that emphasizes community service. CSF provides students with a wide variety of volunteer activities in which they can participate. 
Daisy Chain/Ushers Monica Jay          Mayra Mendoza The Daisy Chain and Graduation Usher Club was created to help the graduating classes of Clovis East through their Senior events.  This club believes in serving the graduating class throughout the year and at the baccalaureate and graduation ceremonies.
Dance Repertory Vanessa Gonzalez Dance Repertory is the advanced dance company on campus at Clovis East. We specialize is student choreography and a wide range of dance performance. Dance Repertory meets as a class, during ____ period each day. There are also various after school engagements throughout the year, including our culminating Dance Gala in May.
Destination Imagination Caren Burgess Destination Imagination (DI) is a volunteer-led, educational non-profit organization that teaches 21st century skills and STEM principles to kindergarten through university level students through creative and collaborative problem solving challenges.
Drama - CE Heather Randall Drama Club is an extra-curricular activity for students in grades 9-12 at Clovis East High School. The purpose of the Drama Club is to learn about acting, play production, and stage work culminating with a minimum of two play nights. Drama Club consists of two groups of students: the play cast and the stage crew. Students do not need to be in the drama elective to be a part of the Drama Club.
Drama - RIS Caren Burgess Drama Club is an extra-curricular activity for students in grades 7-8 at Reyburn Intermediate. The purpose of the Drama Club is to learn about acting, play production, and stage work culminating with a minimum of two play nights. Drama Club consists of two groups of students: the play cast and the stage crew. Students do not need to be in the drama elective to be a part of the Drama Club.
Dungeons & Dragons Jackie Stafford Under the advisement of Mrs. Stafford, the D&D Club meets weekly at lunch and after school to socialize, make new friends, and of course, play Dungeons and Dragons. 
Educator's Rising Club Shelley Lane The Educator’s Rising Club encourages students to learn about careers in Education while providing meaningful opportunities to receive the mentoring and support they need to actualize their career aspirations as directly approved by the student council and indirectly by the school site administrator and the governing board of the Clovis Unified School District.
Engineering Club Jeri Olson The Engineering Club works to promote career awareness and choices available in math, science, and engineering, to contribute to the academic culture of Clovis East and inspire career choices in math and science, to educate members on the diversity of engineering options, and to inform members of college prep experience necessary to prepare to major in engineering.
Fashion Club/FIDM Ana Vega-Raya      Mayra Mendoza The fashion club gives students the opportunity to develop marketing skills, explore new looks, and get a head start on a fashion career.  Members of this club also qualify for exclusive scholarships to attend the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco or Sacramento. 
FBLA Sabrina Mills Future Business Leaders of America is a nonprofit educational association for middle school, high school, and collegiate students who are interested in learning more about the free enterprise system. FBLA is a nationally recognized club in the United States of America.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes -   CE Adrian Wiggins FCA engages athletes and coaches to grow their faith and sport.  FCA meets every other Wednesday in the West gym and provides free lunch to all students.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes - RIS Jake Howard       Logan Hopkins FCA engages athletes and coaches to grow their faith and sport.  
FFA Aireal Covey FFA is a national youth organization for high school students with an interest in Agriculture. Students who participate in FFA are also enrolled in an agriculture education class at Clovis East high school where they study everything from production agriculture, animal, plant, and food science to agricultural communications and business. The FFA organization is the largest student organization in the United States and prides itself of developing premier leadership, personal growth, and career success for all students involved.
Filipino Club Danny Vasquez The Filipino Club strives to share its beautiful culture with the student body at school as well as the community. The Filipino Club invites everyone to their social events on campus and their donation drive to help the less fortunate.
Fishing Club Jeff Manfredo The Clovis East Fishing Club is advised by Mr. Manfredo and has been formed to educate its members on Fly Fishing, Spin Fishing, and how to better protect our natural resources.  They promote catch and release, conservation, and above all, encourage all who have the desire to learn more about fishing.
Folklorico Vanessa Gonzalez Folklorico is a performance group that tours Fresno and the central valley showcasing pieces from every region of Mexico. They would like to welcome you to Homecoming this year, and are happy to be here tonight during National Latino Heritage Month. 
Foreign Exchange /                           New Student Club Larry Vasquez New Student/Foreign Exchange Club focuses on students new to Clovis East, but doesn't limit its members to them; all students are welcomed!   It's a networking club that bonds of new wolves to existing ones.  Our service project every year is to create Christmas Cards for patients at Valley Children's Hospital. 
French Club Toney Henry French Club or Le Club Francais is an active group of students who are interested in Francophone culture: cuisine, film and music. We plan events to promote cultural awareness and openness, field trips and a month film viewing open to all students. You do not have to speak French or be in French class to participate. Make new friends and explore a variety of cultures and topics by joining French Club/Le Cercle Francais. 
Friendship Club Jeri Olson The Friendship Club is part of the international organization, Best Buddies, and is intended to blur the line that separates those with special needs and the rest of the world. Their goal is to instate a loving and accepting community within the Clovis East campus.
Gamer's Guild Kevin Rose The Gamer’s Guild is a club focused on playing video games. We want to come together and organize to play games of all types together. The main focus of this club is video games but other forms of games are welcome.
Gardening Club Muggs Marquez The purpose of the Gardening Club is to learn how to appreciate our natural world, while stimulating a knowledge and love of gardening. The club encourages an interest in all aspects of gardening, including promoting school beauty and the conservation of natural resources.  They hope to nurture a sense of school stewardship and inspire the gardeners within all of us.
Good Noodle Club Sara Higgins Our purpose as a club is to inspire people to come together to discuss our plans to become in touch with our community. Our plans are to meet once a month with our adviser, Sara Higgins, and talk about new ways to be a “good noodle”. We will inspire and encourage others to be kind, helpful, and make wise decisions. Being a good noodle is more than just showing up to meetings; it's about actually being a good person in all aspects. Our goal as a club is that you will be a good noodle and will have made new friends with common thoughts.
GSA Kristi Bolin We strive to provide a safe place for students on campus, not limited to orientation/gender or identity.  Our aim is to eliminate hatred, bullying and discrimination, not only for our campus, but for the community at large.
History Day Karen Sensenbach National History Day is a highly regarded academic competition for students from grades 4-12. Through participation in History Day, students learn critical thinking, problem-solving, research, reading, oral communication, written communication, and presentation skills. History Day shows students that history is not just about the names and dates of people and events from years ago, but it is about the stories that happen every day in communities around the world. “It is not just a day, it’s an experience!”
Instrumental Music Shannon Weber Color Guard: Share your flag talents at home athletic events, concerts and competitions. Color Guard is an ensemble group that performs with the marching band.
Interact Club Monica Jay The Interact club works to promote school and community service in partnership with the Clovis Rotary Club. Interact clubs organize at least two projects every year, one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Rotary club sponsors mentor and guide “Interactors” as they carry out projects and develop leadership skills, while discovering the power of Service Above Self.
Interfaith Forum Stephanie Ducharme The Interfaith Forum is a group dedicated to promoting respect and acceptance among people of different beliefs and in our community service projects we demonstrate that students from different traditions can work together for the common good. They also participate in community service projects, such as Crop Walk and Earth Day activities.
Journalism - RIS Caren Burgess The Journalism Club publishes Reyburn’s student-run newsletter, “Timber Talk.” This newsletter is printed several times a semester. The purpose of the newsletter is to keep students informed on what’s going on at school, and in the local community. All articles are brainstormed, researched and written by students. Student-photographers provide pictures for our newsletter as well. The Journalism Club is always open to new members. We have permanent staff positions, as well as freelance positions for students who want to contribute when they can.
Junior LARCs Marc Juteau The JR LARCS is a club for students to assist the developmentally disabled population. They assist in activities such as dances, Special Olympics, and community activities. 
Key Club Amanda Morris Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others.  Key Club International is the high school organization sponsored by Kiwanis International. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 31 countries. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. High school student members of Key Club perform acts of service in their communities, such as cleaning up parks, collecting clothing and organizing food drives. Worldwide, Key Club members complete more than 12 million hours of service annually.  UNICEF, March of Dimes and Children’s Miracle Network are all preferred charities. Key Club members provide fundraising support for each of these groups.  Members and officers also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.  
K-Pop Club Eddie Morgan We are an organization involved around the Korean pop culture. We enjoy learning the culture as well as learning dances. We can't wait for a fantastic year.
Latino Club Javier Avila The Latino Club celebrates the rich Hispanic culture at our school and in the community.  The club also promotes education and community involvement.  The Latino Club meets twice a month to organize cultural activities.  Some activities include:  listening to Latin music and watching films related to Latino life in the United States.  The Latino Club invites everyone to come and celebrate together the rich diversity our school has to offer.  Everyone is invited!
Martial Arts Club Anna Capper The Martial Arts Club meets on Mondays during lunch in room 707.  Membership is open to all who appreciate, or practice, any form of martial arts.  In addition to social events, the club will have guest speakers and study training videos during lunch meetings.  If you have an appreciation for the martial arts, join us for lunch in room 707 on Monday!
Math Team Gabe teNyenhuis This is an academic competition team as well as a club that challenges student’s math capability. 
Mock Trial Janis Ziese A mock trial is an act or imitation trial. It is similar to a moot court, but mock trials simulate lower-court trials, while moot court simulates appellate court hearings. Attorneys preparing for a real trial might use a mock trialconsisting of volunteers as role players to test theories or experiment with each other.
National Honor Society Jeri Olson              Joelle Mathews NHS is an honorary school service organization based on character, scholarship, leadership and service open to juniors and seniors. 
New Friend Club Taylor Watson The New Friend Club encourages students to make new interests, conversations, and friends by playing games, eating snacks, and talking. The Autism class invites you to hangout every Tuesday at lunch in Reyburn Room 218. 
Peer Counseling - CE Derrick Davis Peer counseling is a group of qualified student counselors trained to address a broad range of topics by providing one-on-one, confidential support to CEHS students. Peer counselors help students develop solutions to their problems through the use of active listening, open dialogue and practical coping skills.
Peer Counseling - RIS Amy Kilburn Peer counseling is a group of qualified student counselors trained to address a broad range of topics by providing one-on-one, confidential support to RIS students. Peer counselors help students develop solutions to their problems through the use of active listening, open dialogue and practical coping skills.
Pep & Cheer Heather Piccolo The Clovis East & Reyburn Pep and Cheer squads are recognized as a sports activity. Today’s cheerleader or pep girl is an athlete with special talents that include gymnastics and dance. All members of the game squads perform the duties of crowd leading at various sporting events. Members of the competition pep and cheer squads compete in local, regional and national competitions. This program is not for the faint hearted - it is demanding both in time and talent and we expect you to maintain the highest GPA you are capable of.  
Photo Club Kristi Bolin Students come together with a love and enthusiasm of photography.  We meet to discuss and share ideas related to improving our picturing taking and also enter fine art competitions. 
Pre-Collegiate Club Jason Roche The Pre-collegiate club offers volunteering opportunities, application workshops, and other collegiate information for students committed to furthering their education and improving our community.
Public Speaking Club Kelly Parra Forensics and Debate Club is an all-inclusive after school club that allows students interested in speech and debate to participate in the program without being enrolled in the course during the regular school day. The club focuses on improving public speaking skills while providing fun, upbeat activities for those involved. It also allows students to explore the world of public speaking and opportunities for public speakers beyond high school.
Red Cross Youth Club Kelly Eichmann New Club -- Paperwork in Progress
Robotics - CE Enyonam Akondo    Quentin Toyloy Robotics seeks to promote, cultivate, and integrate the principles of math, science, business, and social-interpersonal growth, and to foster the idea that TEAM is really spelled FAMILY.
Robotics - RIS Joyce Morris Robotics seeks to promote, cultivate, and integrate the principles of math, science, business, and social-interpersonal growth, and to foster the idea that TEAM is really spelled FAMILY.
S.W.A.T. Jenny Herrick SWAT— or Students with a Testimony—meets every Thursday at lunch in the choir room. Come join us for a time of food, fellowship and worship as we deepen our faith together here on campus!  Stop by room 733 and ask Mrs. Herrick for more information.  SWAT also hosts Baccalaureate each year. If you are interested in helping organize this year’s ceremony for the Class of 2018, stop by room 733 and ask Mrs. Herrick for more information.
SAAC - CE Cassondra Capshew SAAC members are working hard to change the culture of our campus by involving the most visible members of our student body. They have been working side by side with Leadership to promote game day attendance/atmosphere/ and a competitive environment.
Science & Art Club Alison Gaede Science and Art is a club where students at lunch time draw or sculpt anything that is found in nature on Earth or beyond. Observation is a key for understanding and discovery. By learning how to draw the smallest micro-organism to something huge like the Savannah filled with lions and other animals will hopefully stimulate much thought and increase students’ creativity
Science Fair - CE Morgan Olko Need help with the science fair? See Ms. Olko to get more information
Science Fair - RIS Kaitlin Kruser      Shelby Little Need help with the science fair? See Ms. Kruser or Ms. Little to get more information
Science Olympiad Laura West         Ashley Mushegan Science Olympiad is a team event in which students compete in engineering events, such as bottle rockets or take tests in scientific disciplines. Students are able to win medals in their event and the team can place and compete in State and National Competition. 
Sikh Honors and Service Society Jamie Swisegood Membership with the Sikh Honor and Service Society is more than just a honor roll. The SHSS is a national program aimed at promoting and honoring service, leadership, and academic excellence amongst students. This national honor and service society is open to all students, and seeks to honor those dedicated to academic excellence and service (seva). Those that maintain a cumulative GPA above 3.0 will be specially honored, while also honoring those that achieve above 3.0 for particular semesters.  All will be completing at least 30 hours of "service-learning" hours per year.  Please complete the following information and more details will soon be following for each individual community. If you are interested in becoming a member, please fill out the interest form below and a representative from the organization will put you in touch with your local Misl council or provide instructions on membership.
Speak Up Bao Xiong To help students acquire the confidence to express themselves comfortably in school speeches and presentations or in any social environment. To encourage English Language Learners to step outside their comfort zone and grow as speakers.
Student Government/Leadership Sarah Burress Being involved in Leadership is both an honor and a tremendous responsibility as you will have the opportunity to get involved in a way no one else is on campus and you will also have the challenge of positively impacting our school’s culture.  Being in leadership is going to take a lot of dedication and hard work, but it will all be worth it. This year’s theme is BE THE DIFFERENCE! As a leadership group, we work each day to make a positive change and be a true difference in the lives of the staff and students at Clovis East High School. Let’s work together to increase pride, school spirit, and unity, while making sure EVERYONE is proud to be a part of the Wolfpack! Want to lead the PACK? Join student government by running for office and becoming an ASB Officer or ISC member. If you have any questions or would like to be a part of the leadership family, please contact the Clovis East Activities Director, Sarah Burress.
Student Section Spirit Squad Sarah Burress Go EXTREME with Wolfpack Pride and join the Spirit Club. Whether you run flags, play music at athletic events, or paint your face and lead the student section in chants, we need your help lifting the spirit of Clovis East and the Wolfpack. 
Student Senate Sarah Burress The Student Senate is composed of all Clovis East High School club/team presidents and/or representatives.  It meets once every month and meetings are conducted by the ASB Vice President.  The meetings consist of announcing and reviewing club and school rules and regulations, as well as informing club presidents/team representatives about events that are currently or will soon be running on campus. This is a great opportunity to bring up new ideas, ask questions, and seek help regarding procedures and activities. Student Senate members are encouraged to give feedback and to relay information to their club/team members. 2017 – 2018 CEHS Student Senate Dates: October 4th, 2017, November 1st, 2017, December 6th, 2017, January 10th, 2018, February 7th, 2018, March 7th, 2018, April 4th, 2018, May 2nd, 2018
The Beats Club Carlin Truong The Beats Club allows students to express emotions via musical activities. Through singing, dancing, playing instruments, and video editing, students are given the opportunity to learn in a safe, nurturing, and collaborative environment.
TLC Club Christina Schwarz This organization will have as its purpose to expose the Thai, Lao, and Cambodian cultures within the school and throughout the Asian community as directly approved by the student council and indirectly by the school site administrator and the governing board of the Clovis Unified School District.  
Travel Club Cameron Fong The purpose of the Travel Club is to bring together students who share an interest in traveling and to make travel more accessible for students who want to learn about different cultures and parts of the world.
VAPA Club Vanessa Gonzalez The charge of CEHS VAPA Club is to connect and create opportunities for students in Performing and Visual Arts on our campus. Students across the different disciplines are encouraged to share thoughts on their passions, collaborate and teach others the positive effects of the arts in creating a well-rounded student. We seek to inspire younger students to engage with the arts and hopefully showcase our passion to the greater community. The club is open to all students whether they are in an arts class during the school day. 
Wallflower Club Derrick Davis The Wallflower Club is advised by Mr. Davis. They strive to create a safe haven for the Clovis East student community to show that there are people who care for them. Wallflower Club completes different Random Acts of Kindness such as offering Free Baked Goods and giving out notes of appreciation to remind students that they matter. In addition, they also volunteer to give back to our community to further the cycle of appreciation. 
Wrestling Club Kylie Burback N/A (Not enough sign-ups/student interest)
Yearbook - CE Emily Mackenzie In this course, students will design and produce the school yearbook—a memory book, a history book, and a publication worthy of submission to scholastic journalism organizations for critique. Students will learn the importance of working as a team to complete tasks successfully and on time.  There are two primary objectives: (1) to teach students the skills required to create the book and (2) to produce a book which reflects journalistic standards. 
Yearbook - RIS Shelby Little In this course, students will design and produce the school yearbook—a memory book, a history book, and a publication worthy of submission to scholastic journalism organizations for critique. Students will learn the importance of working as a team to complete tasks successfully and on time.  There are two primary objectives: (1) to teach students the skills required to create the book and (2) to produce a book which reflects journalistic standards. 
Yoga Club Christina Schwarz "The yoga club will be a place for students to unwind and to sort out their thoughts from the hectic lifestyles that they lead.  It will also aid the students in their commitment to living to a healthier lifestyle.  Our clubs mission is to find balance, strength, and focus in the body, the mind, and the spirit through yoga,” as directly approved by the student council and indirectly by the school site administrator and the governing board of the Clovis Unified School District.  

For questions about clubs and/or advisors, please contact Sarah Burress, CEHS Activities Director at (559) 327-4318 or sarahburress@cusd.com or Kaitlin Kruser, Reuburn Activities Director at (559) 327-4500 or kaitlinkruser@cusd.com