We are a service organization dedicated to helping the community. The environment created in Key Club is one that is both unique and beneficial to the members, who all learn to grow as a collective group as well as an individual. Key Club exists not just a school level, but also at a district and international level.
Key Club is one of the largest clubs on campus. In order to keep things running smoothly, officers are elected every year to help organize and find events. These tasks include not only finding events, but also creating fundraisers, managing the club’s finances, updating the website, and communicating with the divisional officers.
You can always email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other means of contacting officers include:
CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO EMAIL THAT PERSON:
12/14/2013 - 12/24/2013
Barnes and Noble
|Barnes and Noble Gift Wrapping|
8:00 am - 11:00 am
San Diego Rescue Mission
|San Diego Rescue Mission: Christmas Community Meal|
Rancho Bernardo Vons
|Bake sale for RB Tennis Club|
6:00 am - 6:00 pm
Hours 2013-2014 <– CLICK THIS TO OPEN THE FULL SPREADSHEET
Questions/Corrections? Email Sara Wang at email@example.com! (The hours sheet will be updated every Monday.)
Write a 10-line summary of an event that you attended for one extra hour!
For those of you who want to see the hours from previous years:
*if you print this form directly from Google Chrome, make sure you uncheck “fit to page” so that the text doesn’t move!
All of these must be spoken in the most obnoxious, shameless manner. Scream them until your voice box caves in, unto which you must continue to scream soundlessly.
How do you feel?!
WE FEEL GOOD. OH WE FEEL SO GOOD. [Hip thrust]
WE FEEL FINE. ALL OF THE TIME.
Abooga, abooga, abooga abooga abooga!
[Must throw fist over your head during abooga and jump in a circle]
How do you feel – REMIX
HOLD UP WAIT A MINUTE, LET ME PUT SOME BOOTY IN IT.
SOME BOOTY, UGH UGH SOME BOOTY.
How do you feel – RED BULL REMIX
HOLD UP WAIT A MINUTE, LET ME PUT SOME RED BULL IN IT. [Make finger horns]
SOME RED BULL.
RED BULL GIVES YOU WINGS. [flap wings]
Spirit Battle Chant
A: We’ve got spirit yes we do! We’ve got spirit how about you.
B: We’ve got spirit yes we do! We’ve got spirit how about you.
[Repeat in loudest possible manner until the other side repents]
From the east to the west, you know we are the best!
We’re the district with the sting, and that’s why we sing,
WE’RE THE BEES BUZZ BUZZ, WE’RE THE BEES BUZZ BUZZ
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE PARTY HARDY CNH BEES!
Cali-Nev-Ha! [Clap hands on HA]
CALI-NEV-HA! [Clap hands on HA! again]
ABOOGA, BOOGA, BOOGA! [Wiggle your butt.]
HA. HA. HA.
[Throw fist over head, repeat 3x, each time louder.]
Key Club Song – Show your K!
On, our coats,
we wear a little button.
We wear it in the winter and
the summer so they say.
If, you ask, us why the decoration,
we’ll say it’s for our Key Club and
we’re proud to show
Show your K!
Show your K!
Show your K!
Show your K!
Common Spirit Attire:
Divisional Events: Divisional shirt, anything black or red, face paint
School Events: BRONCO colors! School t-shirt
Key Club International is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of Key Club, a part of the Kiwanis International family, build themselves as they build their schools and communities.
History: The organization was the brainchild of California State Commissioner of Schools Albert C. Olney, and vocational education teacher Frank C. Vincent, who together worked to establish the first Key Club at Sacramento High School in California, on May 7, 1925. Female students were first admitted in 1976, eleven years before women were admitted to the sponsoring organization, Kiwanis International. In 2002, the KCI International Board officially adopted caring, character building, inclusiveness, and leadership as the core values of the organization. Today, Key Club exists on almost 5,000 high school campuses, primarily in the United States and Canada. It has grown internationally to the Caribbean nations, Central and South America, and most recently to Asia and Australia.
Mission Statement: “Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.”
The Levels of Key Club:
Individual Members: You. The people who go to events. This is the most important aspect of Key Club.
School: You, your classmates, your friends. As a school, you work towards Divisional Goals.
Division: A group of schools who work collectively towards goals to raise money for charities such as UNICEF, PTP, and many more.
District: This is typically defined by state or nation, and tends to match a similar Kiwanis district. Each district is chaired by a government who is elected by delegates every year at the District Convention (DCON). The district is split into divisions.
International: Key Club extends beyond just the United States. It’s prevalent all around the world. An International Board of Trustees works to help organize it.
The official colors of Key Club International are blue, gold and white. Each color symbolizes an aspect of Key Club International’s objectives: blue shows unwavering character, gold symbolizes service, and white represents purity.
The Objectives of Key Club are as listed: