Directors of Student Affairs

Karina Artiga

Mayra Garcia

 

Oversee KD Clubs, Rush Week, and Charitable Drives

Commissioners of Publicity

Amsie Onyeador

Natalie Rodas

 

Approve posters and fliers for posting

ASB Locker

PPT, Word, Excel Viewers [Go]
Acrobat Reader [Go]

Clubs

News

6/8/16

We will have Registration Days for students the week of August 8, between 8 am and 12 pm.  Students will be able to take their ID picture, check out textbooks, and pay ASB dues for the 2016-17 school year according to the schedule below:

 

Class of 2017             Monday, August 8

Class of 2018             Tuesday, August 9

Class of 2019             Wednesday, August 10

Class of 2020             Thursday, August 11

 

Students who are unable to come on their assigned day will be able to take their picture and check out textbooks once school starts.  Chromebooks will be distributed at a later date.

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2015-2016 Active Clubs

In order for a club to be listed, each school year the club must turn in a Club Info Sheet and Consitution to ASB Leadership.

If an active club wishes to create a website, their advisor must create it using their schoolloop account and email Ms. Marzan in order for it to be linked.

Club

Info

Meeting Day

Meeting Time

Meeting Location

Advisor

Student Rep

Abstinence club

The Purpose of this club is to discuss how to practice being abstinent from different types of drugs, alcohol, violence, and gangs

Thursday

Lunch

Rm 217

Casterjon

Charlye Sweeney

Academic Decathlon

The purposes of the Corporation shall be to stimulate the education of young people, on local, state, national and international levels, in all areas, including the social sciences, sciences, language arts, literature, current events, mathematics, and the arts.

 

After school

Rm 116

Liebenberg

 

Ambassadors

To promote our magnet theme of medicine and science, to share information with prospective students and parents about our school and programs, and to sponsor school wide events as directly approved by the student council and directly by the school site administrator and government of LAUSD.

Monday

After school

Rm. 101

Thigpen

Lisbeth Garica

Animal Rights Club

Spread awareness to the student body and community of Animal Rights issues and raise money to donate to various animal shelters and organizations.

Thursday

Lunch

Rm 106

Campuzano

Albert Barrios

Anime/ Japanese Culture Club

To promote the knowledge and appreciation of Japanese animation and culture.

Thursday

Lunch/ After school

Rm. 102

Miller

Juan Marquez

Arsalyn

Arsalyn program of Ludwick Family Foundation was created to encourage young Americans to become informed and active participants in the electoral process. Arsalyn views the civic and political engagement of young people as the beneficial to the country, community, and character. Arsalyn is firmly committed to a non -partisan, non- issue based and inclusive approach to ensure that voting becomes a lifetime commitment on the part of our nation's young adults.

Mon-Fri

Lunch

Rom 106

Campuzano

Isabel Arias

B.I.O (Beauty Inside Out)

The purpose is to help girls and boys accept themselves for who they both inside and outside and to also teach cosmetology techniques to enhance ones natural beauty.

Thursdays

Lunch

Rm 409

Kong

Elaine Rodriguez

Bible Club

 

Friday

Lunch

Rm 305

Usher

Crystal Castaneda

Biotech

The purpose of “Biotechnology,” is to expose individuals to a new world of science. Biotech will help individuals open their minds and understand how the micro world around them works. This way more individuals will be exposed to a career in science in which there is a lack of minority individuals in that career field.

Mondays

Lunch

Rm 405

Reyes

Jazmin Quezada

Black Student Union

Allows students of all kind of race to rejoice in African-American cultures, life style, history, and activities.

Thursday

lunch

Rm 113

Johnstone/ Guy

Paris  Stallworth

California Scholarship Federation (CSF)

To provide students with scholarships and internships

Varies

Once a semester

Rm 205

Hatchett

 

Cultural Art Club

For artistic and creative students to present their artistic talent and style to fellow artisans.

Wednesday and Thursday

After school

Rm 209/quad

Soto

Andrea Diaz

EAOP Scholars

Expand education opportunities for King Drew grades 9th-12th grade Guide them yearly on staying on track in their academics and college requirements. Raise fundraisers for field trips to colleges to help determine the students if it's their college preference. Help students become competitively eligible applicants for college admission and go beyond the minimum requirements.

Mon. and Weds.

Lunch and after school

Library

Velasquez

Elisa Garcia

FCA

To lead students to Christ and illustrate the importance of involving him in your sport and all aspects of life.

Fridays

Lunch

Rm 205

Hatchett

 

Feminism Club

Teach members about the concept of feminism. Hold discussions on the concept of feminism. Advocate women's rights. Analyze the role of women in society and media

Wednesday

Lunch

Rm. 203

Johnstone

 

GSA

To inform people LGBT issues and creates a sage environment in which people and allies feel comfortable with one another.

Monday

Lunch

Rm 304

Salen

Daniel Campos

Hermanas Unidas

Offers an opportunity for Latinos and other ethnicities to learn about the Latino experience. We are a cultural club that seeks to empower young Latina Women and develop and understanding of issues concerning the Latino community

Thursday

Lunch and after school

Rm. 209

Soto

Jasmine Miles

Journalism

 Journalism is a club where the students selected have the opportunity to show their abilities in creativity, writing, photography, and filming. If you are selected to be in Journalism, this club will become your 6 period elective class.

Everyday

6 period

Rm. 203

Johnstone

Paris Stallworth

JSA

voicing your opinion on the political and social topics of our world

Thursday

3:30-4:30

Rm 113

Graeber

Carina Diaz

K/D stepping stones

To form a strong team and do our very best in excelling in all activities

Mon, Wed, Thurs.

After school

Lecture Hall or Quad

Aubrey

 

Key Club

International community service group focused on character building, leadership, inclusiveness and caring.

Wednesday

Lunch

Rm  314

Monaco

Alan Sanchez

Latin Club

place to interact with other students and allows students to work on their Latin skills and compete with other schools

Tuesday

Lunch

Rm 102

Miller

Deja Armstrong

Le Club Français (French Club)

The French Club will give members a relaxed environment in which to practice speaking French as well as provide the opportunity for members to participate in cultural events. The French Club will also promote the understanding, study, and appreciation of the French language and francophone culture

Thursday

Lunch

Rm. 309

Gomis

Yahira Gonzalez

Martial Arts Club

For Teenagers who are straying through informal consultations which occur naturally as trust is built during physical activities, as well as to provide a place for students to relieve stress and strengthen stamina.

Thursday

After school

Rm 207

Huynh

(Shelly) Eun Jin Son

MESA

Allow club members to apply math and science knowledge to their projects for competition

Wednesday

Lunch

Rm 207

Huynh / Usher

Luis Angel Melendrez

Mock Trial

Its purpose is to represent the school at the Los Angeles County competitions organized by the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF) annually and to provide all King Drew students with the opportunity to learn about the legal profession.

Monday and Wednesday

After school

Rm 113

Graeber

Kennedy Moore

Music Club

For students interested in learning how to play an instrument as well as experienced musicians interested in showing their talent to fellow musicians

Wednesday

After school

Oral Arts Room / Rm. 416

Woodlief

Gina Trujillo

One World

To help the environment by getting students involved in community services. Plan international trips to look at environmental issues

Mondays

3:15-4:30pm

Rm 402

Marzan

Angelica Dimas

P.E.S.A

To raise money for an AB540 student.

Thursday

Lunch

Rm. 405

Ms. Galvan

Hilary Rodriguez

Peer Mediation

Promote Peace and Conduct mediations for students as requested.

Wednesday

Lunch

Rm 210

Zarazua

Abigail Guardado

Performing arts club

The purpose is to build character, express emotion, and enhance talent through singing, dancing, and writing poetry.

Mon, Wed, Thurs.

Lunch

Rm. 314, 218

Turner / Monaco

Jasmine Williams

Planned Parenthood Peer Advocates

The Peer Advocates are a group of high school students who are trained by health educators at Planned Parenthood Los Angeles to serve as resources for sexual and reproductive health information in their schools and communities in order to help decrease rates of unplanned pregnancies and STDs. Research has shown that peer programs can have statistically significant effects on attitudes, norms, knowledge, behaviors, and health and achievement outcomes. Peer Advocates help change social norms by promoting healthy relationships, responsibility and equality.

Wednesday

After school

Lecture Hall

Freedman

Breanna Bell

Principals Council

To assist and guide tenth grade students (sophomores) of King/Drew Medical Magnet High School to prepare for their upcoming California High School Exit Examination (CAHSEE) and provide incentives in order for tenth grade students to desire an overall passing. Our purpose is to work hand and hand with our principal in bringing ideas and organize social and extracurricular activities for the entire student body in order to unite the students and create an interdisciplinary, progressive and creative environment.

Monday

 

Rm. 101/ Main office

Brookens

Anne O.

Recycle for change

To promote recycling in the school and home environment. To educate the masses about the prospect of recycling as a whole

Thursdays

After school

Rm 405

Reyes

Trae Whyte

Relay for Life

Dedicated to spreading cancer awareness, providing support and participating in cancer advocacy.

Friday

Lunch

Rm 304

Salen

Gina Castelo

Robotics

Involves building a robot to compete in the F.I.R.S.T. robotics competition in the second semester.

Wednesday

After school

Rm 405

Reyes

Terence Dixon

Running Club

To Promote health and fitness by encouraging club embers to run a minimum of three miles, two to three times a week.

Thursdays

Lunch

Rm 115

Flores

Johanna Trejo

Seeing Stones

To teach how to take proper pictures using different cameras and techniques.

Tue

Lunch

Rm. 203

Johnstone

Brianna Ramirez

SELF-SZN

Allowing members to express themselves through acting and video-making. Creating well-made videos that address, satirize, and/or raise awareness about many social issues and pop culture (topics can range from bullying awareness to the latest album of a well-known artist). Discovering the social aspect of King Drew through video making.

Thursday

Lunch

Rm. 305

Usher

Ted Bido

Senior mentors

To help freshman and new students make a smooth transition from middle school to high school.

Everyday

Homeroom

Room 405

Reyes

Sarah Omorogrieva

Social Justice Theatre

The purpose of this club is to identify and bring awareness to social justice issues through theatrical performance

Wednesday

Lunch

Oral arts

Johnstone

Dawnyai Hardy

Spanish club

Sponsor activities for different ethnic groups and diversity

Monday

lunch

Rm 209

Soto

Kennedy Moore

Teen Summit

A leadership group focused on student's self growth through leadership modules. By application only.

TBA

 

Rm 402

Marzan

Jazmin Anderson

Traveling Spirits

Educate high school students about global issues and plan international trips

TBD

Lunch

Rm 203

Johnstone

 

VIPS (UCLA)

assist students seeking to excel in their current and future academic lives and prepare for college

Friday

Lunch

Oral arts

Marzan

Breanna Bell

Women’s Day

The purpose of this club shall be to create awareness about gender inequality

Monday

Afterschool

Rm. 203

Johnstone

Kennedy Moore