Science Club plans year of fun, friends, formulas
Science Club is preparing for the year ahead with fundraisers, projects and field trips.
Coming up on the club’s calendar is a fundraiser at Sweet Tomatoes on Oct. 3 from 5-8 p.m. Already the members have two successful fundraisers under their belt.
“So far, the Peter Piper Pizza [fundraiser] was good, but the Genghis Grill was amazing,” club sponsor Cheryl Fiedler said. “Not only did we get to raise money, but students got to serve food.”
“I think students are most excited for our field trips,” Fiedler said. “I think [the club members] are looking forward to Bearizona [in April or May].”
University High student and club member Ailie Kirkwood joined the club last year after hearing about it from Fiedler in class. She joined the club mostly for the field trips and to have fun with her friends.
“[The club is] people who love science coming together to be science-y,” Kirkwood said with a laugh.
Fiedler believes there are many reasons to join Science Club. She claims a student does not have to be interested in science and could join the club to meet new people and go on field trips. The club has no application process or requirements, GPA or otherwise.
“Anyone is more than welcome to come join our club,” Fiedler said.
For more information on the Science Club or to join, head to room C104 on Tuesdays after school.