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     Sponsor(s) Purpose  Activities  Meetings
     Architecture Club  Michelle Honl  To promote knowledge and interest in the field of architecture through helping community and exploring architecture.
    Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House, Special Olympics, Glow Bowling, Architectural Tours throughout South Texas.
    Only on "A" days after school as needed. 
    Lisa Moreno
    Linda Salinas
    The Cardettes are dance organization that promotes school spirit and strives to develop the artistic talent of students. Many performances at HHS events such as football games, pep rallies, community events, and we compete at dance contest around the state.  This year the Cardettes have been honored with a showcase at Disney World in Florida.
     Cardette Hall
    Cards For Christ 
    Edith Saldivar
    Oscar Fonseca 
    Our purpose is to reach out to all students with the love of God See you at the pole; Visit Children in the hospital in December, anything that will help our school
    Every Wednesday
    1st Lunch meets in 4-106 and 2nd lunch 2-206 
     Ginger Wheelock
    Anne Boeding
    Ruben Reyes
    To further the musical knowledge and endeavors of our students and to aid the community in gaining an appreciation for music and fine arts.  TMEA All-State Contest and Convention, UIL Solo and Ensemble, UIL Concert and Evaluation, Home Football Games; Fall, Winter, and Spring Concerts, Christmas Caroling, Fundraisers, Other community events Every day, 3rd-5th Period in the Choir Hall 
    Criminal Justice
    Crime Stopper
    Rolando Izeta
    To provide students with a variety of educational experiences that will encourage criminal justice students to broaden their knowledge of  Law and Protective Services.
    Parks Clean Up, 5K Runs, Feeding of the Homeless, HEB Feast of Sharing. 
    every other
    in room 3106 & 6106 
    Rachel Zuniga
    Ambar Trevino 
    To educate students for a better future by helping them pass written state exams and state practical exams. Offer services Tuesday-Saturday, Skills USA, District Skills USA, Christmas Parade, Hair Shows Monday's 12:30 - 2:30 at the Cosmo Building 
    DECA Judy Hernandez DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.  Feast of Sharing, Treasure Hills Elementary Fall Festival, and the Litter Bash.  
    every Tuesday
    4:05 - 4:45 in room CC106
     Engineering and Tech Club  Paul Tenison Daniel Guajardo To encourage academic growth and raise awareness of STEM careers. To foster an interest in engineering by participating in engineering and robotic competitions. The Club participates in several competitions, including; UIL FIRST Robotics, HESTEC, SeaPerch Robotics, The Team America Rocketry Challenge as well as Community awareness and STEM promotional events.   CT 102, Mr. Tenison's lab
     European History Club  Linda Salinas The purpose of this organization aims to provide its members the opportunity to connect European History course content and skills as students develop a service learning project that addresses the issue of education or poverty today, both domestically and internationally.   Service Learning Projects are determined by each student individually.    7-104 during 4th Period
    Ashley Guerra Todd Cash  To develop premier leadership, personal growth and career success. By participating in competitions, degree programs, state and national conventions, community service projects, summer camps and chapter committees you will develop leadership skills that help throughout your lifetime. Showing animals, shop projects, horticulture, and photography, FFA members have the opportunity to compete in numerous Leadership Development Events (LDE's), and Career Development Events (CDE's).  1st of the Month in CT109/CT110 
    Graphic Design Club
    Belinda Trevino
     Skills USA
    Skills USA, Taste of Harlingen, Harlingen Night Out and City of Harlingen Haunted House on Jackson St. - benefitting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Harlingen.
    first Friday of
    every month in room CT107
     HOSA Celina Gonzalez  To enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities of knowledge, skill, and leadership development of all health occupation education students. HOSA competitions, Skills USA, volunteer events 
    4:15 in CT105 
    Key Club
    Marina Longoria We are the key to community service. We don't make keys but we open doors full of opportunities.  
    Local Community Service-Run/Walk events, Reading Buddy Programs, Ronald McDonald House RGV Charities, Park Clean ups
    7:45 am 
    twice a month in room 7201
     Lady Cards Soccer  Debra Hernandez Isabel Jimenez To promote the Lady Cardinal Soccer organization.    We take part in the homecoming parade, soccer banquet, soccer tournaments valley wide During class & after school in room 1104
     National Honor Society
    Johnny Rodriguez
    Jessica Martinez 
    To recognize and foster enthusiasm for scholarship, to promote the development of strong character, to encourage positive leadership, and to cultivate responsible citizenship through service to school and community.  We host the Two Birds, One Cause, Can Food Drive,  Harlingen Half Marathon, Christmas Toy Drive  Every other Tuesday at 7:45 in the Cardinal Theater 
    RGV Mentors 
    Delicia Sanchez
    Belen Valdez
    College Readiness and College Education Final Stretch Fiesta, Decision Day, College Readiness Videos & Programs
    twice a month TBA in room 6103
     Rotary Interact
    Tiffany Albury  Community Service and HHS Service Feast of Sharing, Rotary's Shrimpfest, Adopt a Family, Pennies for Polio, Relay for Life, Rotary's Adopt a Highway Cleanup Thursday's 7:30am in room 2101 
    Senior Class
    Lea Farias
    Jesus Ortega 
    The purpose of this organization is to promote and strengthen the bond among seniors on campus. It also serves to inspire and encourage seniors on their college application. 
    Senior Night,
    Junior-Senior Prom, Baccalaureate, Graduation 
    as needed
    during 1st lunch in room 8108
     Spanish Club  Magdiel Lopez To provide students with opportunities to learn more about the Hispanic culture and to help out the community assisting with community service events.  Fall Litter Bash every other Thursday in room 3205
    Vanessa Alaniz  Courtney MacNeil To provide educational excellence for all students, cultivating college, career, and workforce readiness, while providing students with choices for a meaningful and successful life. TFA State Tournament, The Tournament of Champions, UIL Student Congress, UIL One Act Play, and UIL CX.
    Mon - Fri
    4:30-5:30 in room 10101
     Student Council
     Veronica Hunt 
    To create and maintain a wholesome understanding and cooperation between the members of the student body and the faculty, and to foster an interest in schoolwork, school spirit, and school pride.                         _______________________
    Sophomore camp, Friendship Lines, Homecoming, Cancer Awareness, Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (Pasta for Pennies), Trunk or Treat, Breast Cancer Awareness, Red Ribbon Week, Canned Food Drive, Feast of Sharing, Staff v Student Volleyball Game, Salvation Army's Adopt an Angel, Litter Bash, Spirit Weeks, Teacher Appreciation, Powder Puff Games, and so much more!_________ 
    every Wednesday
    7:45am in room 8111 
    (Texas Association of Future Educators)
    Teresa Cuellar  TAFE encourages students to learn about careers in education and assists them in exploring the teaching profession while promoting character, service and leadership skills necessary for becoming effective educators. Feast of Sharing, Christmas Caroling-Adult Day Care Centers, Various Staff Appreciation Activities, Sponsor the Spring Formal, Child Abuse Awareness Booth, Marathon Water Stations. Also for Members: Spook A Ween Event, Christmas Social, End Of Year Activity. 
    2nd Tuesday of the Month
    am/pm in CT106 
     UIL Current Events Juan Saenz  Students who participate in monthly UIL events where must be familiar with current foreign and domestic issues and take a 45-multiple choice exam and write an essay.    Monthly UIL Events room 7102 
     UIL Social Studies Diana Guerra  Students who participate in monthly UIL events where must read an outside primary reading and take a 45-multiple choice exam and write an essay.    Monthly UIL events  Thursdays in room 7-202