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Student Council - Advisers, Mrs. Morey and Mrs. Costello

The central organization of students and student activities at school is the Student Council. The basic underlying function of this council is to make our school a better school. For that reason, its organization and its operation are, or should be, of vital importance to you. The Student Council provides for the expression of student opinion; it tries to build a good relationship between students and faculty: it is a means of coordinating student activities; it endeavors to keep the school spirit on a high level; and it carries out many worthwhile projects and activities.

National Honor Society - Adviser, Mr. Pfaff

NHS a student organization whose members are selected on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership and service to the school and community. This organization tries to serve the school and community by participating in activities like the Adopt-a-Highway program and organizing a holiday food drive for the food pantry. The NHS is also responsible for hosting the annual post-prom lock-in.

Spanish Club - Adviser, Mrs. Wolf

This is an organization that does fun activities related to Spanish-speaking cultures. Some of the activities that we do are: crafts, field trips to restaurants or shows, cooking, or taste-testing foods from other countries. We intend to plan a trip to a Spanish-speaking country once every four years (hopefully in 2019, 2023, 2027, etc.).

Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) - Adviser, Ms. Wendt

FBLA is national vocational student organization for students interested in business and/or business-related fields. The New Lisbon Chapter has been in existence since 1991, and members participate in various social, community service, and fund raising projects. Some of these projects include Adopt-a-Highway, answering letters to Santa, trick or treating for the food pantry, job shadowing, touring businesses, and attending conferences at the regional, state, and national levels. Membership is open to students in grades 9-12.

Visual Arts Classic (VAC) - Adviser, Mrs. Costello

VAC is an organization that competes individually and as a team. This group is for any student interested in art of many kinds. There are eleven categories to choose from and a new theme every year. This group meets to work on projects and prepare for the competitions that are held in March and April.

Yearbook - Adviser, Ms. Bernhagen

A cross section of the student population that creates lasting memories of life during high school. They work together with weekly meetings to create, promote, layout, plan, design, and put together a school yearbook that depicts what has happened throughout the school year.

Show Choir - Adviser, Mrs. Rood

An extracurricular musical performing group, that meets once a week before school throughout the year. Members perform music of all kinds - Broadway; show tunes, pop, and more. They are involved in solo-ensemble competition during the spring and are available to perform for various organizations during the year. Eligibility is through advisor approval.

Future Farmers of America (FFA) - Adviser, Mrs. Dorn

FFA is a national organization that works hand in hand with agricultural education, but its impact reaches far beyond by preparing students for careers in the food, fiber and natural resource systems. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success. FFA members develop the ability and confidence to become leaders by conducting meetings, serving in elected offices and participating in competitions. They broaden their perspective by attending conferences and workshops, participating in community programs and group activities. The FFA program helps students be prepared to move successfully from school to work.

Forensics - Adviser, Ms. Adank

Forensics is a high school academic team in which members prepare a speech or dramatic performance. Our season typically begins in late fall with the student selecting one of the fifteen speaking categories to compete in: Demonstration Speaking, Extemporaneous Speaking, Farrago, Four-Minute Speaking, Group Interpretive Reading, Moments in History, Oratory, Play Acting, Poetry Reading, Prose Reading, Public Address, Radio Speaking, Solo Acting, Special Occasion Speech, and Storytelling. Students then work with the coach to prepare and practice delivering the speech. The performance schedule includes the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association series of meets, sub-district, district, and state. Some students will also perform at our annual Fine Arts Night.

G.I.V.E. (Getting Involved Through Volunteer Experience) - Advisers, Ms. Adank and Mrs. Hatfield

The G.I.V.E. organization works to provide opportunities for high school students to get involved with our community. Our focus is on creating relationships between students and the community, by recognizing areas of need and working to meet the current needs of our community members. We aim to find ways to show students that they have gifts and talents that are needed and can help improve their community. Our goal is that each member achieves 10 hours of community service each year.