Advisor - Amy Kuppler *** Kiwanis Advisor - Jane Heiss
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Brandon Correia, Mary Jacobs,
Nathan Jones, Taylor Jorgensen,
Billy Newhof, Cam Raden,
Sammy Wenger, Derek Vickers,
Allie Williams, Michael Williams
Aktion Meets - Every other Wednesday
in the Lower Forum Room
Key Club teams up with Aktion Club to make
Re-Bags and unique folders out of juice boxes.
Bags & Folders now on sale.
(click link to see pictures)
All money raised goes to a local charity.
--Spaghetti Lunch fundraiser for staff & Guitar Hero on March 8th
*Making Staff Appreciation Flowers
*Becoming a CHARTER 12-14-11
*Making trauma dolls for children in Africa who have been wounded/sick in the hospital
*January 18th - Hosting Program: Learning to Read Animal Body Language
Program Time: 1 hour (70 minutes)
Program Location: Caledonia High School - In the lower forum room
The naturalist from West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation will visit with different species of animals. Prior to introducing the students to these animals, pictures and diagrams will be used to illustrate different body language. Students will be asked how to engage/approach people who are acting shy, nervous, angry or outgoing. Connections will be made with each animal as students are instructed to conclude for themselves which emotion an individual animal is exhibiting. Students will be instructed to adjust their own behavior accordingly. For example, a Box Turtle by nature is very shy and will always hide in its shell when it feels nervous, threatened or afraid. When presented with the Box Turtle students will need to adjust their own behavior to be quiet and patient if they want to draw the turtle out of its shell. A Painted Turtle, Eastern Screech Owl and domestic rabbit will also be used during the program.
This is a learning through observation program and since the majority of animals visiting the classroom are from the wild they will not be handled by the students.