Indian Trail Activities - GET INVOLVED!
Indian Trail has a wide range of extracurricular activities designed to appeal to a wide range of interests. Students need look no further than here to learn more about the activities and clubs available at the school. Visit the links at the left for more information.
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Indian Trail Homecoming Parade Route
This year’s Homecoming Parade will take place on Friday, October 14th. The Parade will start at 5:30 PM. Line up for the parade will be at the KENOSHA YMCA lot at 5:00 sharp and the parade will follow the traditional route. Groups may participate through building a float, decorating a crazy car, or walking.
Staging at the Kenosha YMCA.
East on 53rd Street to 68th Ave.
South to 54th Street.
West on 54th Street.
Left on 70th Court to 55th Street.
Left on 55th Street to 68th Ave.
South to the Stadium.
Line up starts at 5:00 PM. The parade will start at approximately 5:30 PM.
Hawk Student Council
Student Council Main Page
Members of the Indian Trail Student Council would like to welcome all the new and returning students to ITHS&A. We hope that you have a great year! In addition to attending many conferences and workshops, Student Council is in charge of planning Homecoming, Pennies for Patients, Santa's Workshop and many other service projects. If you are interested in joining student council, please contact the Main Office.
If you have any questions, please see either Mr. Atkins (Student Council Advisor) or one of the four executive officers listed below.
2016-2017 Executive Officers
President - Abraham Caballero
Vice President - Adrianna Perez
Secretary - Alicia Lorta
Treasurer - Leah Ness
Advisors - Mr. Atkins, Ms. Awe, Mr. Hauke
Hawkettes Dance Team (Tryouts Only)
Meeting Times: Tuesday and Thursday
Advisor: Ms. Ebner, Ms. Lojeski
Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)
DECA is a student-run organization that will help you build leadership, business, and marketing skills all while having fun. Opportunities include community service projects, starting and running a business, and creating promotional literature and events for local business clients.
The experience that you gain in DECA will assist you in your college and professional life beyond high school. There are scholarship and networking opportunities that will help you get into college, pay for college, and land your first job out of college.
Meeting Times: TBA
Advisor: Heather Belke
Link Crew Leaders are juniors and seniors who are positive role models who make the middle-to-high-school transition successful for freshmen students at ITHSA. They help with this transition by leading academic and social activities throughout the year.
Meeting Times: Summer and First Friday of the month in the library.
Advisor: Ms. Hemba, Ms. Knight, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Awe, Mr. Nachtigal
Indian Trail Key Club
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 250,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 30 countries. (Source: http://www.keyclub.org)
Meeting Times: Every other Tuesday after school in Room 1101.
Advisor: Ms. Martin
National Honor Society (Invitation Only)
National Honor Society represents outstanding high school students who seek to represent NHS and Indian Trail in the areas of excellence, scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The club is by invitation only, and is comprised of select Juniors and Seniors.
Meeting Times: First Wednesday every month
Advisor: Mr. Jager, Mr. Allen, Bhuvana Baskaran
Meeting Times: One Tuesday a month
Advisor: Ms. Padlock
Information Coming Soon
Meeting Times: TBA
Meeting Times: The first meeting will be sometime during the fall.
Advisor: Mr. Metzler, Mrs. Jerilyn Weiss & Mr. Goerge
GSA is a student-run club in a high school or middle school that brings together LGBTQ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.
Meeting Times: Weekly in Room 1204 on Tuesdays after school.
Advisor: Ms. Teresa Apgar
Meeting Times: Monday to Thursday
Varsity Coach: Lucas Ade
JV Coach: Holly Richards
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Information Coming Soon
Students interested in the fan fiction culture of My Little Pony meet to view and discuss the artist's, music, and animation that create the characters and creative works within the series.
Meeting Times: Meets every Thursday 3-4 pm Room 2218.
Advisor: Ms. Bleser
Campus Life is a student-led, faith-based club where all students are welcome. Students encourage, support and mentor each other. A typical meeting includes an interactive game, refreshments, and a group discussion on a given topic. Campus Life is always looking to serve our community, so service projects are encouraged.
Meeting Times: Thursdays from 3:00-4:00 in room 1200.
Advisor: Ms. Simmons
Video Game's Club is open to all students who are interested in spending an hour after school to play video games and meet new friends who share a similar interest.
Meeting Times: Every Monday from 3:00-4:00 in room 2207.
Advisor: Mrs. Jerilyn Weiss and Mrs. Kelli Weiss
The International Thespian Society is the international honor society for theatre students. Our purpose is to enhance and expand our students knowledge and abilities through activities within the community as well as within the school.
Meeting Times: Every other Monday in room 1823A.
Advisor: Mr. Allen
The Creative Writing Club is for students who are interested in writing creatively--poetry or fiction--in any format. This group is for writers at any stage--even those who have never tried writing creatively before. It is also the place for students to read and critique each other's work. Everyone is welcome.
Meeting Times: First and Third Thursdays of each month, 3:15 to 4:00 in Room 1118.
Advisor: Ms. Konitzer and Ms. Henriksen
The Tabletop RPG club has been in the school for a few years. The group focuses on developing cooperative storytelling, using chance-based games like Exile, Pathfinder, and D&D (Usually picking one overarching system per semester or year). The group is student run, with one student taking the role of Dungeon or Game Master, and the rest working together to solve the problems/issues in the game world. Every meeting is a series of acts of imagination, creativity, and hilarious antics.i
Meeting Times: First and third Tuesdays of each month.
Advisor: Mr. Krupecki
To educate, engage, and take action in the school and community on addressing current environmental issue. Goals/ Projects for this year: Soles4Souls, Hydration Stations, Spring Clean-ups, Winter Service possibilities.
Any other projects you want to tackle?
Meeting Times: Starting Tuesday, November 17th in Room 1422.
Advisor: Ms. Awe
A baton twirling team that does choreographed dances and exchanges, while twirling abaton, such as a mixture of illusions, kicks, tosses, and turns. Twirling combines dance, agility, coordination, flexibility, and much more while manipulating a single baton or multiple batons. Baton twirling is closely related to rhythmic gymnastics with a baton. The sport of baton requires specific knowledge of how to manipulate and where to hold the baton. Baton twirling takes years to master. (Tryouts Only)
Meeting Times: Tuesdays snd thursdays during busy season
Advisor: Ms. Belke
Philosophy club is a new club here at Indian Trail! I (Mr. Krupecki) will be acting as a moderator, making sure no logical fallacies are used, while the students have logic-based discussions on topics in our society and school. The students will come up with the current-events or "big idea" topics they most want to discuss, and we encourage a healthy, non-threatening discourse on the topics.
Meeting Times: Second and Fourth Tuesday
Advisor: Mr. Krupecki
Joining Debate Club would be a fun way to debate on major issues, both national and international. Here, you can bring both fact and opinion to the table, challenging yourself and others in a discussion.
Meeting Times: Mondays at 3pm in Room 1125
Advisor: Mrs. Metzler
Meeting Times: Tuesdays
Advisor: Ms. Gapinski
The school store that offers students the opportunity to manage and operate an actual retail store. Students order merchandise, assist in the distribution process, work as security, handle cash transactions on a register, and even manage the staff! The Hawk Shop is an excellent way for students to gain practical, hands-on experience. (Interview Only)
Meeting Times: Morning and Lunch Shifts
Advisor: Mrs. Paulson
The Junior Class Planning Committee (Class of 2017) coordinates junior involvement in all-school activities such as Homecoming and Hawkfest. It other primary responsibility is to plan and fund-raise for Prom.
Meeting Times: 3:10 - 3:40 on Tuesdays in Room 1407
Advisors: Mrs. Kessler & Mrs. Droessler
Jazz I is made up of primarily upperclassmen. Jazz II is also made up of upperclassmen. Jazz III is made up of primarily underclassmen. Jazz IV is primarily freshmen.
Meeting Times: Jazz 1 - Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7-8 PM. Jazz II - Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-7 PM. Jazz III - Tuesday and Thursday evenings from7-8 PM. Jazz IV Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-7 PM.
Advisor: Mr. Wiele
A club for sharing knowledge of code and to teach beginners how to code.
Meeting Times: Mondays after school
Advisor: Ms. Bleser
FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) Student Advisors
Meeting Times: Wednesday
Advisors: Mrs. Sucevich & Ms. Neumann