Kellis Clubs and Sponsors
How to Join a Club
Once you find a club that interests you, be sure to listen to the morning announcements for information on when and where groups will be meeting. Also make sure to get information on club day, or contact the sponsor directly.
How to Start a Club
Ask a teacher to be an advisor for the club and then get the new club packet from Mrs. Gearty in the front office. All completed paperwork should be turned in to Mr. Vining.
RSK Club List
American Sign Language Club
Sponsor: Mrs. Susan Kiefhaber
The American Sign Language Club encourages students to continue immerse themselves in the world of sign language.
Sponsor: Mrs. Julie Flaherty
The Art Club is designed to encourage leadership in the visual arts through activities that expose students to the arts.
Sponsor: Mr. Daniel Hill, Alicia Walsvick, Kathy Roderick
Sponsor: Mr. Nathan Garrison
Band performs at athletic events, as well as other RSK events. Students in band also compete against other schools throughout the year.
Sponsor: Mrs. Daisy Maestas
Students can have fun and express their talents and abilities in the Ceramics Club.
Sponsor: Mr. Nathan Garrison
The Choir Club is organized to promote the choir program at Raymond S. Kellis.
Christian Club on Campus
Christian Club on Campus is a club that provides a place for students to gather and grow in their relationship with God through worship, prayer and fellowship with other students.
Club Unified Pride
Sponsor: Michael Wakeford, Jessica Cobos, Christopher Ensslin
Club Unified Pride is an education and sports based strategy powered by an engaged youth community that increases athletic and leadership opportunities for students with and without intellectual disabilities, while creating communities of acceptance for all.
Sponsor: Nichole Albrecht, Frances O'Leary
Students prepare food for different events, and learn how to become great assets to the food industry.
Sponsor: Cori Hailmann, Ashley David-Watkins
The Dance Club is open to any student interested in dance. Members learn choreography for dance concerts.
Sponsor: Marco Moreno
DECA is a student run organization specifically designed to provide activities that will motivate students to learn marketing, management and entrepreneurial principles to better prepare them for jobs in business. DECA members can choose to compete against other schools.
Sponsor: Molly Triveline
Drama Club sponsors all plays and musicals at RSK. It is open to all students both in and out of Theater Arts classes. Participants can earn points towards becoming a member of the International Thespian Society.
Sponsor: Frances O'Leary
Educators Rising is a national student organization dedicated to supporting young people interested in education-related careers.
Sponsor: Andrea Tran
The e-sports club introduces students to the world of competitive gaming and the different games that they can compete in across the state.
The Future Business Leaders of America is an exciting club with an emphasis on business. Students engage in a number of activities throughout the year including leadership conferences and competitions.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is designed to bring those interested in fellowship to experience how Christ works in the realm of athletics. FCA is geared to meet the needs of athletes, but does not require one to be involved in athletics to attend.
Gay and Straight Alliance
Sponsor: Amy Kubo and Denyce Wilson
High Tea Book Club
Sponsor: Anza Hopper
Sponsors: Deidra Raymo
HOSA is geared towards those students interested in entering the healthcare field. Students compete with other schools and students are able to gain a better understanding about healthcare occupations.
RSK Key Club is a service club open to all RSK students. Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership.
Media Club (PSBN)
Sponsors: Jeff Southwick
Students in the media club run the announcements, create commercials, and broadcast RSK events. Media club members will learn how to use different software and programs to aide in video production.
National Honor Society
Sponsor: Lisa Lamoreaux
NHS is to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students at RSK. Membership selection is by a faculty council and is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership and service.
Sponsor: Terry Richard
Sponsors : Aaron Bujan
In Photo Club students learn how to use a camera properly, how to take great photos and express their creativity.
Skills USA Law
Sponsor: Kathy Roderick
This club is available to active members of Law I or Law II classes. Members practice their skills and compete against other high school students in selected areas.
The purpose of the RSK Spanish Club is to develop an appreciation of Spanish and the cultures of Spanish-speaking cultures.
Sponsor: Jeff Barlow, Jennifer Vlasak
The Athletic Training Club offers students an educational experience working with the various RSK athletic teams. Athletic trainers help to evaluate, treat and rehabilitate athletic injuries. Trainers also provide emergency care of injuries during games and practices.
Speech & Debate
Sponsor: Suzanne Story
Speech and Debate Club is organized to combine social activities with academic excellence. This club's objective is to help students develop skills and confidence in the areas of public speaking, research, and debate.
Sponsor: Tracy Arnold
STEM Club is designed to introduce students at RSK to Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Sponsor: Kelsey Kilburg
Student Council is a leadership class that all members must be a part of. Student council plans activities such as incoming and spirit weeks, dances, assemblies, community service projects, teacher appreciation and much more. Elections for student council takes place in the spring, with the exception of freshman class elections, which occur in the fall.
Sponsor: Stephanie Fontes
Students learn how to work as a team through club fundraisers and out-of-school activities, thereby creating a great yearbook.
Seniors Mary Carlson
Juniors Alicia Walsvick
Sophomores Alysia Flores and Dayna Roach