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Last Updated: 5/19/2022 5:47 PM

 

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Anyone   The team has scheduled practices several times a week  (October -March) in order to prepare for the Academic Team League matches and tournaments. To Be Announced None
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No Prior Knowledge of sign language is required. For students who already have a basic knowledge of the language, an opportunity for advancing their skills is available.    Students will have the opportunity to learn and use American Sign Language, learn about deaf culture, and attend an event for the deaf community in greater Cincinnati. Meets weekly throughout the school year.  Deaf community events take place on weekends and attendance is encouraged. No required fee. Rotate providing snacks for meetings.
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Students who are chosen after tryouts    Visit the Athletic page on the website for athletic teams and coaches.    
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Critics must apply and be selected. The Cappies is a national organization that celebrates achievements in theatrical journalism and performance. The critic team is invited to participating schools throughout the city and writes critiques on their productions. All schools are invited to an awards gala at the Aronoff Center at the end of the school year. Any student interested in theatre and/or journalism is encouraged to apply. The critic team meets once a month to improve writing technique and plan events.  $25 membership fee
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DECA is a professional organization for students enrolled in Butler Tech Business.  To provide students with the opportunity to develop vocational understanding, civic consciousness, social intelligence, and leadership skills.  As needed  $25.00
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No prior knowledge of chess is required. We will teach you how to play. For students who already have a basic knowledge of chess, this club is  an opportunity to advance your skills. Students will have the opportunity to learn and and play chess. Participants may compete in club tournaments, but they are not required to. We want everyone who is interested a chance to learn and enjoy chess. We also coordinate activities with RMS chess club. After school every Tuesday None
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Students interested in environmental care and enjoyment. Field trips to explore the natural world.  Park and campus clean-up projects.  After-school activities to promote nature and science awareness. Approximately every two weeks

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Must have taken a Family and Consumer Science class. To promote leadership development through family and consumer sciences education. In class as needed

$25.00

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Must be enrolled in an Agricultural Education Class. Field trips, guest speakers, county and state fair, state and national conventions. Summer FFA camp. Increase agricultural awareness in our community. Break down stereotypes about the program. Monthly

$25.00

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Open to all. We have fun and hang out while exploring history! We go on field trips to  historic sites and museums, play trivia games. watch movies together, host guest speakers, read graphic novels, and more. Activities are optional and open to all! Leadership opportunities. Twice a Month

Field trip fees.

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Membership is earned through participation in performance-based activities and training. Officers are elected by inducted members.  This is an international honor society for students who demonstrate excellence in the performing arts. Members earn access to exclusive scholarships and resources. Troupe Officers are elected from existing members and serve as the leadership team for the theatre department, tasked with organizing events and cultivating a culture of excellence and acceptance.  Officers meet bi-weekly to plan and execute events within the department.

$30 lifetime membership fee

 

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Must be a member of the high school band and by auditions. Various performances, both in and out of the Ross Community. Tuesday and Thursday after school

Must own
tuxedo shirt, black pants, and black shoes.

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Open to all students Students analyze a court case and assume the roles of attorneys and witnesses. Students compete against other schools, arguing the case in front of actual judges and attorneys. Includes the potential for state and national championships! Up to several times a week September - February: monthly March - June

$20.00

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Must have a 3.45 unweighted GPA, hold two positions of leadership (one within 12 months of turning in information packet), participate in two community service activities, two school activities, and a 1.5 average character vote by the faculty council. Service projects Bi-Monthly

$20.00

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Anyone may join Fund, market, and build a robot to compete in FIRST FRC competitions. (http://www.usfirst.org/)
In the fall semester, members will help run a LEGO tournament, raise funds, and market the team. January is the start of the 6-week build session. April starts the travel and tournament season.
Once a week in the Fall. Every day during the 6-wk build. As needed during tournaments

Some travel
T-shirts

 

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Open To all students. Cast members must audition for roles. Crew members must turn in an interest form.

Ram Theatre Project produces a minimum of two full shows each year.-one play, one musical. Students make up the cast, crew, and design team, practicing skills and learning new techniques in the performing and technical arts. As part of the department's mission, a charity project is conducted in conjunction with every show. Though roles and crew assignments are applied for, no previous experience is required and participation is rarely denied. All students are welcome and encouraged to participate.  One organizational meeting at the beginning of the year. Cast and Crew will meet weekly during rehearsals. 

$50.00 participation fee (cast members). $25.00 participation (crew members). Possible financial aid available upon request.

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Must be in concert choir and by audition One will perform a show utilizing costumes, song, and dance, perform at school concerts, competitions, and community events. Practice every Tuesday and Thursday from 6PM to 8PM. Competitions will be held on Saturdays.

The fee will be determined based on the size of the choir.

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Journalism students, Sophomores -  Seniors may join with a submitted application and teacher recommendation. Publish the school newspaper, write stories, photography, layout design advertising. The goal is to accomplish a high-quality student newspaper. Year-long course

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Anyone Learn photojournalism techniques, page layouts, publication software, and marketing techniques. The goal is to produce a high-quality yearbook. Weekly meetings after school

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Spanish students current or past; (All levels) Involvement in Spanish language and culture activities in the area. None

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Students with a 3.5 GPA in Spanish have completed 3 or more semesters of Spanish. 3.25 Overall GPA. Interest in Spanish language and culture. Continued commitment to learning Spanish Language and using it to help to build positive relationships in the community and world. Invitation Ceremony Only

$20.00

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Based on elections and candidates. Homecoming crowning, elections, decorations, blood drives, canned food drives, staff appreciation week Once a month

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Any student currently enrolled in a Butler Tech class for this school year or by Mr. Reed's approval We will learn how to solve technological problems and design and build solutions to those problems.  We will focus on Architectural design, CAD - Architecture, CAD - Engineering, Technology Problem Solving, Dragster Design, Board Game Design, and VEX Robotics Challenge.  You may choose to compete in other competitions with instructor's approval.  Once a month, August - December then as needed to finish the goals of the contest.

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Anyone Serving the community by performing a variety of volunteer projects, while at the same time providing services for the students by helping them prepare for competition for jobs, colleges, scholarships, and selective organizations. Meetings are held once a month to plan projects. Officers may meet additionally. We typically have two projects per month.

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