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All 9th and 10th graders are required to join an extracurricular club at the beginning of the school year. Clubs may meet before or after school in addition to meeting during R-Time on Fridays.


EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES- *clubs are subject to change for 2017-2018 school year.


Beta Club – Must be Inducted
Adviser: Mrs. Shields

Beta Club is a service organization for students who have a minimum unweighted 3.5 high school GPA and exemplary character.  Inductions are held each semester.


Gentlemen of Distinction 
Adviser: Mr. Whitted

We are dedicated to community service, academic excellence and heightening community and cultural consciousness. The specific purpose of this club is to support young men who desire personal and academic growth.Objectives
*No  more excuses
*Maintain respect, integrity, and responsibility
*Academic achievement
*Graduate


Ladies of Cross Creek
Adviser: TBD

Our purpose is to promote unity through sisterhood at Cross Creek. As Ladies of Cross Creek, we are motivated and dedicated to making our school a better place. Our club sponsors numerous guest speakers to motivate and inspire!


CCECHS Science Club
Adviser: Dr. Little
   
The Creek will have our first Science Olympiad team in 2016-17!  Each event has a team of two students.  Rank your top choices and look for partners now!  Our regional competition, at Fayetteville Technical Community College, will be Saturday, 25 February.  Those teams that place first in their event, whether or not the whole Creek team places in the top three teams overall, will be able to attend the State Science Olympiad competition at NC State University in April (date TBA).  Unlike aspects of the science courses with mandatory NC Final exams and EOC’s, Science Olympiad is FUN.Science Olympiad events for 2016-17 include:  Anatomy & Physiology (Endocrine system and sense organs); Amazing Mechatronics; Astronomy; Bottle Rocket; Chem Lab; Codebusters; Disease Detectives; Duct Tape Challenge; Dynamic Planet; Ecology; Electric Vehicle; Forensics; Helicopters; Hovercraft; Invasive Species; Materials Science; Microbe Mission; Optics; Remote Sensing; Rocks & Minerals; Towers; Wind Power; and Write It, Do It.  Please go to www.sciencenc.com  and YouTube.com to learn more about the individual events.In addition to Science Olympiad, the Region IV Science Fair will be held on Saturday, 18 February at UNC-Pembroke.  Individual projects, as well as team project categories, include:  Biology A (Animal Sciences, Plant Sciences, Microbiology); Biology B (Behavioral and Social Sciences, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Cellular and Molecular Biology, and Biomedical and Health Science); Chemistry (Chemistry and Biochemistry); Earth and Environmental Science (Earth and Environmental Sciences, Environmental Engineering, Energy:  Chemical and Physical); Physics and Mathematics (Physics and Astronomy, Mathematics); Engineering (Computational Biology and Bioinformatics), Engineering Mechanics, Materials Science); and Technology (Embedded Systems, Robotics and Intelligent Machines, and Material Science).  Please go to www.ncsciencefair.org/index.php/students-a-parents/rules/categories to learn more about the fair.


Quiz Bowl
Adviser:  Mr. Hosking

“How many sides are there in the regular polygon which has a total of 9 diagonals?”  “Name the class of substances that can reduce aging by scavenging free radicals.”  “Hermes is the Greek equivalent of this Roman messenger god.”  “This royally-named English translation was finished in 1611 and is also called the Authorized Version of the Bible.”   These are just some of the example questions used by the NAQT (National Academic Quiz Tournaments) last year in the High School Quiz Bowl Championship.  Quiz Bowl in an exciting opportunity for students to share and show what they know in a competitive environment where schools compete against each other with four-person teams answering a variety of questions covering math, science literature, history, sports, current events, film and other media, and many other topics.  If you like trivia, know a lot of facts and interesting bits of knowledge, or have a desire to learn – join us in Quiz Bowl.


Spanish Club
Adviser: Mrs. Rivera

Vamos a divertirnos en el Club de Espanol… If you like to dance salsa, bachata and merengue this is the club you want to join. We will be focusing on the cultures of Spanish speakers around the world: we are going to watch movies, sing songs, play dominoes, etc. Also, we are going to celebrate holidays, bring Spanish food and of course eat. Si, senor!!! We are going to practice our Spanish. Join the Spanish Club!


Journalism-By approved application-all grade levels
Adviser: Mrs. Hasapis

Do you like to write? Are you interested in a job in Journalism?  Journalism Club is for you! Be a potential contributor to the Saturday Extra, Fayetteville Observer-Times

  • Learn how to meet planning goals and newspaper deadlines
  • Promote our school to the community

Journalism Club meets every Friday during Club Day Fridays.  Pick up application in room 114


Yearbook-Sophomores and upperclassmen only by approved application
Adviser: Mrs. Hasapis

Do you have an interest in helping produce the Cross Creek Yearbook?

  • Taking photos
  • Choosing backgrounds and page layouts
  • Editing the yearbook for quality and content
  • Marketing the yearbook for sale

Yearbook meets other than Club Day Fridays.  Pick up application in room 114


Interact Club
Advisers: TBD

Interact Club is a service organization that focuses on improving the community and school through volunteer work. Join us for fellowship and fun while giving back.


Art and Crafts Club
Adviser:  Mrs. Howard

Do you love crafting and fun art projects? Want to explore different mediums of art? Are you a fan of cartooning? Then come on out to Arts and Crafts Club!

  • We will work on fun arts and crafts projects!
  • We learn to crochet!
  • We will look at lots of different styles of art, examples being cartooning, digital art, real life portrait work, and mixed media and then make our own creations with them!
  • If you have a desire to learn more about a particular style of art or see a fun project on PINTEREST and want to do it, let’s learn more about it and figure out how to do it!

This club is geared to take your love for art to the next level!


Fun and Games Club
Adviser: Mrs. Rappold

Want to use your drawing skills to lead your team to victory at Win, Lose or Draw? Or maybe you have your own favorite way of playing Uno that you want to teach others. The “Fun and Games” Club is for those who want to enjoy group competition and get to know their classmates better. Hope to see you there!


Chess Club
Adviser: Mr. McGinnis

Come and play the most noble game of chess! If you are a beginner just learning how to play or an advanced chess master, this club will allow you to grow and develop as a player and strategist. Players of all skill levels are welcome!


Student Government Association- Selected by Interview
Adviser: Mr. Huffman

   
SGA serves the school and community by organizing student events, fundraisers, and service opportunities.


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Published by Jane Merritt on May 25, 2017
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