WELCOME TO KEY CLUB!
Key Club is a service organization for high school students that operates under school regulations and draws its membership from the student body. The club is a unique organization because it is sponsored by a local Kiwanis club composed of the leading business and professional people of the community. Key Club’s objective is the development of initiative, leadership ability, and good citizenship practices. It functions not only on a local level but on a district and an international level as well. This highly developed structure provides programs, literature, and the opportunity for students to relate to other teenagers from across the globe. Key Club is the largest service organization of its kind with over 135,000 members from approximately 3,900 clubs.
CLUB OFFICERS FOR 2018- 2019
President Morgan Stevens
Vice President Katelyn Mercurio
Secretary Emma Anmolsingh
Treasurer Ryan Gibki
Communication Director Jacob Schaeffer
Membership Director John Koons
Event Coordinators Carlene Pavelko, Cody Smith, Kelsey Priestaf
Mrs. Nancy Caroprese email@example.com
2017 Key Club Photos
2017-18 Service Projects
The NDHS Key Club, under the leadership of the Executive Board, performed the following activities throughout the school year in order to serve their school and community at large:
- Hat, Scarf & Mitten collection for the Homeless
- Book & Magazine Drive for local organizations
- Social Event at Moravian Square Hall
- Prom Dress Collection for the Firth Youth Center
- Assist with the NDHS Veteran's Day Celebration
- Assist with the NDHS Grandparents Day set up and Act as Greeters
- Holiday Cafeteria Decorating
- Assist with the Kiwanis Club Breakfast fundraiser
- Desk and Classroom Cleaning during Cold & Flu season
- NDHS Special Olympics for the students from Mercy School for Special Learning
Upcoming Service Opportunities
Students may elect to participate in the following service projects and receive Key Club:
- September project is "Blanket Collection for the Homeless"
New or Gently Used blankets will be collected from Sept. 15-Sept. 30, 2018. All blankets should be turned into the Development Office (Mrs. Caroprese).
At the conclusion of the project, blankets will be delivered to Safe Harbor Shelter in Easton.
Contact Mrs. Caroprese for details and to sign up! Some Key Club service projects can assist students with NDHS Service Hour requirements. Check with Mrs. Caroprese for details.