Students seek to become active in clubs

New freshmen at Sidney High School. took a step regarding their involvement at school when they attended the club fair on Wednesday.

“Obviously, you have interaction with other students,” Sidney High School Principal Brent Sukuk said of the benefits of belonging to clubs. “Being involved in a club gives you a sense of the purpose of the school as well.”

Clubs presenting information during the event included Youth Alive, FCCLA, BPA, Leo Club, Key Club, FFA and International Club.

Lauren Beenken, a senior, serves as the president of Key Club and co-president of Leo Club.

“You get a sense of community, and friendships grow in the clubs,” Beenken said. “You also get a sense of responsibility.”

Will Steinbeisser, a junior, is active in both International Club and Key Club.

“It’s important to belong to clubs,” Steinbeisser said. “It helps you become involved in school and it helps the community.”


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