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Textile Drive:

April Textile Drive

Textile Drive to Support CODA

April 1 to April 29

Sponsored by:
GHS Outreach Club 
StressLess Club  
CODA Club 

Unwanted textiles can be dropped off in the Green Bins in the back GHS parking lot, near the Gym.  


Toiletry Drive:


Toiletry Drive to Benefit the Pacific House Homeless Shelter

April 29th to May 10th

Sponsored by: 
Help for the Homeless Club
Roots & Shoots Club  

All new or gently used (washed & clean) towels and unopened bars of soap and shampoo will be accepted. Boxes will be placed by the main office and in outside every house office. 

Questions?  Contact 
jessica_keller@greenwich.k12.ct.us 
or 
kathleen_mendez@greenwich.k12.ct.us

 


Contact Information:

Karen Foster
Director of Student Activities
karen_foster@greenwich.k12.ct.us
(203)625-8047

Taryn Weiss
Assistant for Student Activities Office
taryn_weiss@greenwich.k12.ct.us
(203)625-8038

Fax (203)863-8832


 

Club Fair

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Student Clubs:

Greenwich High School is committed to the co-curricular involvement of all students and to the development and recognition of student leaders. We believe that participation in school activities develops skills, provides direction in goal setting, and contributes ultimately to a positive school climate.

Please see our list of Student Clubs and Descriptions for more information about the clubs that exist at GHS. Please see our Alphabetical List of Clubs for information about meeting days and times, faculty mentor and student leaders. To view a list of clubs by meeting day, highlight column D, "Day of Meeting," go to DATA and then "Sort sheet by column D."

Students who have general questions regarding any co-curricular opportunities or students interested in starting a new club are encouraged to come to the Student Activities Office. Club specific questions should be addressed to the club advisor.

All students proposing a new club, must complete a “New Club” application in the Student Activities Office. You need the following to establish a new club: an interest from your classmates, a faculty advisor, and a meeting with the Director of Student Activities. Establishment of a new club will be decided on an individual basis.