91:4, The Bible Club
Room 123 During Lunch, Twice a Month
Students learn what it looks like to approach life from a biblical perspective. The club's key verse is Psalm 91:4 - "He will cover you with his feathers. He will shelter you with his wings. His faithful promises are your armor and protection". In our 30-minute lunch meetings, there are interactive games, free lunch, and youth pastors share a life application bible lesson. To attend meetings, go to room 123 during your lunch on dates listed below. For more information and possible changes to these dates, see Ms. Baily or Ms. Rawls-Thomas.
Meeting Dates:Sept. 14, 29, Oct. 13, 27, Nov. 10, Dec.1, 15, Jan. 5, 19. Feb. 2, 16, Mar 2, 23 , April 6, 20, May 4, 18
Sponsors - Ms. Bailey, Ms. Rawls-Thomas, email@example.com
5000 Role Models of Excellence
Room/Portable 846, Every Tuesday 2:15-4:15
The 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project aims to intervene in the lives of minority male youth in an effort to provide them with positive role models and experiences that will empower them to make good choices, encourage healthy living, be responsible, be respectful, and achieve their goals. To become a member, a minority male (not exclusive) must attend school at a participating 5000 Role Models of Excellence Project School, complete an application and parent consent form. Members must attend weekly meetings and events. Boys interested must also meet other qualifying criteria. Email Mr. Bryant or go to room 846 for more information. For more information, click here.
Sponsor: Bryant, Bryanto1@duvalschools.org
Black Student Union
Room 128, Twice a Week, Starts in September
Students team up to participate in the Superintendent's Academic Challenge. Our team will play against other DCPS teams for the chance to win the competition. We will start holding practices in September, twice a week. Depending on student availability, the days may fluctuate.
Ms. Copley and Mr. Alfonso, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Chess, Checkers, and Backgammon
Students are invited to learn and play chess, checkers, and backgammon. All skill levels are welcome – including first-time players! For more information, see Mr. Willard. Students can also be added to the club Teams page!
Mr. Willard, willardc@duvalschools
Room 121A Every other Thursday
Helping students grow their skill set, expand their ideas, and receive feedback from peers on their writing.
D.E.C.A - Distributive Education Club of America
Room 208, During Culinary Arts and Hospitality Classes
An organization of students enrolled in the course Culinary Arts and Hospitality and Tourism class and related courses. The club’s general purpose is to prepare students for advancement to the next level of career and college readiness. This club is associated with DCPS's Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Current Culinary Arts and Hospitality students interested in membership and competition should speak with Ms. Washington.
Ms. Washington, firstname.lastname@example.org
Drama Club, International Thespian Society
Room 240, Every Tuesday 2:15 - 4:00
Drama club is Troupe # 3341 of the International Thespian Society. This club offers an opportunity for both social interaction and development of theatrical skills for students who share these interests. Short scenes, full play productions, and building scenery are just a few of the club's activities. Some members travel to district and state festivals with prepared scenes. The drama club often provides technical theatre to support other events in the school auditorium.
Engineering Club - VEX Engineer
Room 107, Every Monday and Thursday 2:00-3:00 PM
Students will practice their learning lessons about VEX and coding. Linking with UNF SWE engineering student club.
Ms. Jihad, email@example.com
Executive Internship & Workplace Ethics, DECA
Gay-Straight- Alliance (GSA)
Room 132, Every Thursday, 2:15 to 3:30
GSA is a social and community service oriented club that focuses on the promotion and welfare of the LGBTQ student body and the Allies that support these students. It is to provide a safe space where LGBTQ students are free from harassment and to learn more about the LGBTQ community. It is also where Allies can also learn how to be more empathetic LGBTQ issues. We are a place where community service, action and being a safe space is emphasized, and individuality is respected and valued.
Mr. Lesson, firstname.lastname@example.org
Golden Goddesses and Gents, Dance and Majorette Team
Majorette Team (Fall Football Season) - Auditions are held during March of the previous year with select auditions held before start of school. Performance Squad - open membership until 3rd week of school. Interests may reach out to Coach Foster at (313)717-2685. The team used a communication platform where members will receive all information about performing, practice, necessary items, etc.
MeShawn Foster, Makenzie McDowell, De'Stini Henderson, email@example.com
GreenState is an environmentally themed service club promoting sustainability at Sandalwood and in the community.
Ms. Dawson, Dawsond3@duvalschools.org
Her Rise on the Horizon
Ms. Brown, firstname.lastname@example.org
Room 208, 2nd and 4th Tuesday every month, 2:15-2:35
Junior Civitan is an international service organization whose main focus is service to youth and individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.The purpose of Junior Civitan is to give its members the opportunity for leadership training, personal growth, and fun group activities, all while improving schools and communities through community service with a focus on living the Golden Rule in all human relationships. Volunteer service events can be used on college applications, scholarship and job applications. Additionally, Civitan Scholarships are offered to senior members on the local, district and international levels. Club Interest Flyer
Lana Snuggs & Ms. Washington, email@example.com
Mu Alpha Theta (Math Club)
Rm 214, Days/Times TBD
The club meeting agenda will be based on math. This is student driven and also includes student tutoring.
Mr. Carmody, Rm 214, firstname.lastname@example.org
Muslim Student Association
Room 303, After school every other Thursday for 30 minutes
Did you know that there are 22 different Arab countries and that each of them has its own unique cultures, traditions, foods, and identities? Do you speak Arabic or want to learn some Arabic? Join us this year to learn about the language, cultures, and traditions of these different countries!
Ms. Tafish, Room 303, email@example.com
National English Honor Society
Room 133 & 117, 3rd Tuesday of Every Month, 2:05pm
Sandalwood's new NEHS chapter is open to high-achieving students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in such areas as literary analysis, media studies, composition, and creative writing. NEHS will meet alternating Guthrie's (#117) and Peters' (#133) rooms.
Guthrie & Peters, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
National Honor Society
Amphitheatre, 2nd Thursday of the Month
Membership is open to any 10th, 11, or 12th grade student who enters the Chapter with a minimum 3.300 unweighted GPA and is only available once a year as school begins. Induction follows in the Fall. Community Service Hours are the backbone of Sandalwood's NHS. Graduates are recognized at Commencement by either gold stoles or cords. Students must complete an application. Application PDF
Ms. Copley, Rm 124, firstname.lastname@example.org
Room 310, After School, Meeting days vary
Students engineer, build, and program robots to complete prescribed tasks for competition. Meetings will be after school on A Days, Tuesday or Wednesday. If Wednesday is an Early release, the team will meet on Tuesday.
Mr. Langford & Mr. Willard, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Class Officers
Rm 318, 2nd Friday, Every Month
Senior representatives work together on planning and implementing all Senior activities throughout the year.
Ms. Guzzone, Ms. Elkins, Room 318, email@example.com
Room 226, Every Thursday
Senior Men is a club for male seniors. We put on fundraising events and school events such as the bonfire at Homecoming.
Mr. Todd, Toddj2@duvalschools.org
Room 133, 2nd Thursday, Monthly
Senior Women is a club that is open to all senior ladies, in good-standing, at Sandalwood High School. We promote integrity, growth, and sisterhood.
Ms. Peters, Hymana1@duvalschools.org
Spanish Honor Society
Rm 884, 1st Wednesday, Monthly
Students who excel in the study of the Spanish and/or Portuguese languages work together to service the school and the community through volunteer work.
Mr. Alfonso, Rm 884, firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Government Association (SGA)
The Student Government Association purpose is representing student opinion, addressing campus needs through targeted programs and maintenance of tradition, and providing opportunities for leadership development in order to enrich the quality of student life.
Ms. Lewis, Rm 318, Lewisa10@duvalschools.org