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Key Club

Welcome!

Everything you need to have an amazing Key Club year should be right here. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!

Looking for our next meeting date? Go to the Calendar Page!

Lettering Form

To letter you must have completed 38 service hours, 18 of which should be key club hours. You also should have attended at least 80% of the meeting (7/9) and participated in at least one major project. We also would like for you to attend our digital awards ceremony. This will take place on May 21st at 7pm on Zoom. Please fill out this lettering form ASAP! If you have any questions, let me know. 

 



Volunteering Opportunities

NCHS: Chinese New Year Decorations Setup

Girl's Basketball Concessions

Park Wrestling Booster Club: Volunteer Needed

Childcare - PTO


Documents

Check here for important documents.

Here is the link to the committee sign up


PowerPoints

Here are the PowerPoints from previous meetings!


Contact Information

General Email: woodburykeyclub@gmail.com

Attendance Emailwhskcattendance@gmail.com 

Sign up for Remind 101(to receive notifications and reminders):

Text @woodburyk to 81010

or

Email whskc15@mail.remind.com

Follow our social media!

Twitter- @KeyWoodbury

Instagram- @woodburykeyclub


Board Members

Kaarin Schumacher

Kaarin Schumacher

Advisor

Phone: 651-425-5497

Kshama Shah

President

Hunter Jones

Vice President

Raghu Chinta

Treasurer

Guddu Chinta

Secretary

Abby Lozano

Webmaster

Adrianna Holst

Webmaster

Michelle Yang

Publicist


What is Key Club?

      Key Club is a service leadership organization for high school students, operating under school regulations and drawing its membership from the student body. Key Club is special because it is jointly sponsored by a local Kiwanis club, composed of the leading business and professional people of the community and a school (or in some cases, a community-based organization may act in place of the school), Key Club's objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices.

      Key Club exists as a student-led organization on the club level, on a district level (state/province), and the International levels. This highly developed structure provides programs, literature, and the opportunity to relate to teenagers in the United States and other nations, Key Club is the largest service organization of its kind, existing in 30 countries with more than 250,000 members in over 5,000 clubs.

What is Key Club?

      Key Club is a service leadership organization for high school students, operating under school regulations and drawing its membership from the student body. Key Club is special because it is jointly sponsored by a local Kiwanis club, composed of the leading business and professional people of the community and a school (or in some cases, a community-based organization may act in place of the school), Key Club's objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices.

      Key Club exists as a student-led organization on the club level, on a district level (state/province), and the International levels. This highly developed structure provides programs, literature, and the opportunity to relate to teenagers in the United States and other nations, Key Club is the largest service organization of its kind, existing in 30 countries with more than 250,000 members in over 5,000 clubs.

The History of Key Club

      The first Key Club was sponsored in May 1925 at Sacramento High School in California by the Kiwanis Club of Sacramento. The original concept was to develop a vocational guidance program aimed to combat the problems of student fraternities. From this evolved idea of a service organization for the home, school, and community.

      This idea slowly spread throughout the country and by 1939 Florida had a sufficient number of Key Clubs functioning to hold a state convention and form a district. Other districts followed Florida's lead, and finally in 1943, a national organization was started. In 1946 the first club in Canada was formed. Also, to establish a strong foundation, the Key Club International Constitution and Bylaws were adopted during that same year. Today there are clubs in Aruba, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Canada, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Netherlands Antilles, Philippines, Republic of China, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Tobago, and the United States.

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