Key Club is a club at John Glenn High School ran by Mrs. Barclay. Next year, Ms. Irvin will be taking it over. Avery Adams is the president, Gavin Thompson is the Vice President, Tyler Walker is the treasurer, and Izzy Bricker is the secretary.
This year, the key club members are doing pennies for patient trick or treat for UNICEF. UNICEF is an organization that protects the rights of children.
Key Club is a way that students can build character and leadership through community service. The fee to join is $10 a year. Each student needs 15 hours a semester. To reach the service quota, students walk dogs at the animal shelter for hours, help the Salvation Army or volunteer for blood drives at the school. Key Club members become more effective and confident members of their communities as they serve and learn that they can influence real social challenges, problems, and needs. Statistics show that students who devote time to serving others perform better in school. Key Club members develop strong leadership skills with each opportunity to step up and take part in service projects. Service projects that engage students can also improve your school’s physical environment.
Getting connected with a Key Club and the sponsoring Key Club can help enhance your reputation in the community.