• The National Honor Society offers free tutoring every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday morning from 7:15- 7:45 in Mrs. McKay's room 407.
4603 Coliseum Blvd | Alexandria | Louisiana 71303

Clubs

Clubs

Office-Holding Policy

The following policy applies to holding club offices at Holy Savior Menard:
  • A student may hold an office in a maximum of two extracurricular activities;
  • A student may hold the office of president of only one extracurricular activity, but he/she may hold concurrently a lesser office in one additional club;
  • A student may hold such offices as vice president, secretary, treasurer (or comparable offices) in any two extracurricular clubs;
  • A minimum GPA of 2.5 or higher is required.
Check the club news board upstairs regularly for new flyers and posters from all clubs.

Art Club

4-H Club

4-H Clover   Club sponsor: Paul Mathews
   Club meetings: Every second Friday of the month.
 

Cultural Club

Glee Club

The HSM Glee Club, “WINGS”, is a small musical performing group open for ALL students with the time and talent. Glee Club meets once a week before school throughout the month before a performance. Group members have either instrumental and/or vocal talent. Beat-boxers are also welcome!

Eligible: Students in grades 7-12.

Glee Club Sponsor: Angela Hawthorne

Key Club

Key Club InternationalThe Key Club is a service organization that focuses on school and community betterment. Students in grades 9-12 are eligible for membership. Each member must participate in at least four club projects a year, turn in at least two service hours per month, and accumulate at least 50 hours of service in the annual year. Members must maintain a “C” average and remain a positive role model for the student body. The club meets every two weeks. The Key Club moderator is Mrs. Amy McKay.
 

National Honor Society

The NHS gives practical meaning to dedication, character, scholarship, leadership, and service. It also provides recognition of outstanding students. Invitations are extended by the administration to those students who meet the scholastic requirements (unweighted GPA of 3.7 or above). The faculty committee considers the candidates’ service, leadership, and character. Final decisions on membership are at the discretion of the faculty committee. Eligible: Students in grades 10-12.

First Row: Sarah Catherine L, Claire B, Chesnie S, Madison D, Maddie Gr, Katelyn B

Second Row: Macy B, Haley D, Heath H, Alexa R, Nick S, Caroline U, Victoria H, Abigail U, Maddie M

Third Row: Lindsay M, Christian J, Kathryn C, Regan R, Carly P, Jake U, Cameron E, Rebecca J, Noelle D

Fourth Row: Joe V,  Kaitlin F, TJ M, Anna D, Abby G, Virginia Ri, Annie K, Margaret D, Merrik B, Maddie S

Fifth Row: Paige A, Hannah T, Ian G, David B, Aza D, Kolton A, Miranda H, Nick D, Ian C, Hunter H

Sixth Row: Jarrod V, Cameron C, Ava K, Camille M, Jackie M, Martha H, Mary H, Madelyn C

 Any students may recieve tutoring during 7:15-7:43 a.m. everyday in Mrs. McKay's classroom (Monday, Tuesday, and Friday) and Ms. Brister's classroom (Wednesday and Thursday).

 

National Junior Beta Club

Sponsor: Sandy Oestriecter
Mission Statement:The Purpose of the National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious academic achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school. 

Junior National Honor Society

2015-2016 National Junior Honor Society

The JNHS chapter of Holy Savior Menard is an academic and service organization. Eligible:  students in grades 7-9 who have completed a full semester at Holy Savior Menard and have a cumulative GPA of 3.7 or above.  Students must meet the required standards in five areas of evaluation: scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character

Sponsor
Mrs. Pat Cooper

National Senior Beta Club

Sponsor: Tonya Shepherd

Co-Sponsor: Sandy Oestriecher

Mission Statement: The Purpose of the National Beta Club shall be to promote the ideals of character, service, and leadership among elementary and secondary school students, to reward meritorious academic achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school.
 

Quiz Bowl

Quiz Bowl is a fast-paced, question-and-answer contest where students compete as a team to answer questions relating to all areas of learning typical of secondary education programs. Quiz Bowl is an activity that encourages learning, expands horizons, and rewards teamwork.  The Menard Quiz Bowl team is currently open to 9 - 12 graders on a try-out basis.  Team members meet for practice before school every Tuesday morning at 7:00 a.m. and on designated Friday mornings.  The team participates in Saturday tournaments against schools from across the state. 

Menard Quiz Bowl Teams Compete in Alexandria's A+ Quiz Bowl Tournament

The Menard Quiz Bowl Team has won many state championships, including the 2008-2009, 2009-2010, and 2013-2014 competitive years.


The 2015-2016 team:
Ben R, Amelia D, Camille M, Ava K, Matthew D, Victoria H, Maddie G, Brittney J, Luke S
Frank P, TJ M, Sarah Catherine L Daniel D, Rachel M, Katelyn B, Matthew A, Brooks A, Nick S
Michael L, Gabriel P, Kent M, Blaine P, Ben B, Abram B, Emma A, Aileen J        
Alison R, Ethan D

To view the Facebook Page for the A+ Alexandria Quiz Bowl Tournament, click here.

   

Robotics Club

{Top Row:(left to right) Wilson A., Annie R., Abby E., Kent M., Evan C.}
{Middle Row: Matthew D., Luke S., Violet L., Ben B., Blaine P., Matt M.}
Bottom Row: Mrs. Shepherd, John David C., Josh C., Abby D., Avery E., Spencer S. Joseph Z.

(Not pictured: Gabe P.)

Students will work as a cooperative team to learn programming and robot design through the use of LEGO Mindstorm EV 3.0. Students will work in August and September to familiarize themselves with the system. Then in October and November they will work as a team to solve the real-world challenge presented by FIRST. At the end of the eight week challenge period, the team will compete in a regional tournament where their solution to the challenge will be tested against that of other schools. Based on their performance at the regional level, students may have the chance to compete at Championship tournaments across the south and may even be selected to compete at the World Festival. Eligible: Students in grade 8 ONLY (no one older than 14 years by May 1, 2014). Limited to 10 students. If more than 10 students wish to join, 10 will be selected based on teacher recommendations.
 

Spanish Club

The Spanish Club provides students a means of expanding conversational skills in a relaxed, social atmosphere. Opportunities for more cultural understanding are available through activities and volunteer projects.

Eligible: Any student currently or previously enrolled in Spanish.

Requirements

  • Must have at least a 2.5 GPA in Spanish
  • No behavioral problems in general
  • Attendance at meetings is mandatory
  • Students must be punctual to meetings
  • New members must pay a $20.00 fee ($15.00 for t-shirt)
  • Meetings will be on Tuesdays at 7:20 am (announced day before)
NB: If students do not observe these guidelines, the sponsor will dismiss them from the club.
Spanish Club Members

Pictured:
First Row: Lindsay Moran, Victoria Hirchak, Sarah Catherine Laborde
Second Row: Ashlynn Duncan, Colin Roberts, Alec Porras, David Bollich, Emily Saccaro, Hannah Marto, Haley Deville
Third Row: Jacob Whittle, Emily Carbo, Sara Smith, Aza Dekyzer, Camille Monceaux, Sonni Tarver, Lucy Stehr
Fourth Row: Reuben Armstrong, Keesler Morrison, Alexa Rabie, Claire Bordelon, Ava Karam, Kaitlin Funderburk, Nancy Texada, Maddie Brinkman
Fifth Row: Kent Milton, Nicholas Saccaro, Payton Fowler, Hunter Howell, Regan Robichaux, Jake Urbina, Christian Jeansonne
Sixth Row: Thomas Bollich, Jeffrey Farrar, Will Boone, Jake Saucier, Briggs Carbo
Seventh Row:Virginia Rozanski, Margaret Deshotel, Guillian Sunderhaus, Abby Gwinn

Not Pictured:
Matthew Authement, Sean Badeaux, Macy Bartow, Merrik Bowman, Cameron Christian, Anna Dobard, Jaycee Gill, Madeline Gwinn, Michael Hirchak, Aileen Jimenez, Annie Karam, Avery Long, TJ Mathews, Madalyn Mahfouz, Rachel McMinn, Quint McMickens, Carly Phillips, Alyssa Rabie, William Sadler, Mary Claire Upton, Ben Vanderlick, Jarrod Vercher, Joel Vercher, Morgan Woodard
 

Youth Bass Fishing Club

A minimum of 6 members are needed to form a club. The objectives of the club include to encourage and support environmental preservation and appreciation, to provide opportunities to build teamwork skills, to create and foster an interest in bass fishing, to encourage good fellowship and sportsmanship among the club’s members, and to provide opportunities for outdoor activity. The team competes in at least 2 club tournaments per year. Eligible: Students in grades 7-12.

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