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Clubs and Activities

Clubs and Activities

Academic Team

Kelly McGrath-Malahy, kmcgrath@putnamcityschools.org 

Academic Team provides students the opportunity to take the information they have learned in the classroom and compete against other schools in a fast paced academic quiz bowl format. Topics range from against subjects to pop culture, and general knowledge questions.The Team competes during the year and practices every Wednesday in the College Office.

Art Club

Glenda Ross@putnamcityschools.org
Art Club offers students an extended and enriched visual art program that is open to every student. $5 fee allows you to attend field trips and be part of a creative team.

BPA, Business Professionals of America

Katy Powers, ​kpowers@putnamcityschools.org

Business Professionals of America has the ability to enhance student participation in professional, civic, service and social endeavors. Through BPA, members learn how to go from student to professional in knowledge, skill and ability.

Black Student Alliance

 Marie Paige and Christine Cooper, ​ccooper@putnamcityschools.org

The Black Student Alliance cultivates African-American culture for the benefit of all students to promote cultural education, provide academic and social services, and provides activities that relate to meeting students’ intellectual needs to. BSA also establishes unity and communication within the PCN student body, as well as the African-American community.  Meetings will be held monthly in the Little Theatre.

Creative Writing Club

Kristi Romine,​ ​kromine@putnamcityschools.org

The Creative Writing Club meets every other Thursday and consists of students who want to write. There are no dues; members engage in a number of different fun writing activities. Members may suggest writing prompts, share writing with others (but are never forced to), and support each others efforts.

DECA

Marie Page,​ ​mpage@putnamcityschools.org
DECA is an association of marketing students that prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality, and management.

Drama Club

Lisa Hamilton, ​lhamilton@putnamcityschools.org

Drama Club provides an opportunity for all interested Putnam City North High School students to participate in theater related activities throughout the school year, while providing and promoting a healthy learning environment where students can explore and master the theatrical arts. Students do not have to be enrolled in theatre to participate.

ESports

Joseph Gravitt, jgravitt@putnamcityschools.org 

E-Sports turns online gaming and console gaming into a spectator sport. As with traditional sports, these games are broken down into competitive leagues and tournaments for people to compete against each other in either solo or in team events. Get in the game and come join the E-Sports team.

FCCLA

Brittani Parker Phillips, ​brittanyp@putnamcityschools.org

Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, or FCCLA, is a nonprofit national vocational student organization for young men and women in family and consumer sciences education. FCCLA members make a difference in their families, careers and communities by addressing important personal, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education.

Fishing Club

Jamie Thompson, ​jthompson@putnamcityschools.org

The purpose of the Fishing Club is to organize projects and activities that acquaints members with the life-long activities of fishing and outdoor recreation, educate members about fishing techniques, promote sound fishing etiquette and an adherence to state fishing and land usage laws, study local watershed heritage and to help protect it through participation in habitat preservation and restoration, and to educate students at an early age, while demonstrating a willingness to work with the community and other districts and organizations.

French Club

Hank Roberts,​ hroberts@putnamcityschools.org

French Club serves to promote the cultures of the Francophone world through social gatherings that provide an array of activities such as culture presentations, skits, games, videos, holiday celebrations, field trips and service learning opportunities.

HOSA

MacKenzie Harmon,​ mackenzieh@putnamcityschools.org

Health Occupation Students of America is to enhance the delivery of compassionate, quality health care by providing opportunities for knowledge, skill and leadership development of all health science technology education students, therefore, helping students to meet the needs of the health care community.

Interact-Rotary Club

Aaron Baker, abaker@putnamcityschools.org

Interact gives students age 12-18 the chance to make a real difference while having fun. Every interact club carries out two service projects a year: one helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding.  Meetings will be held twice a month during lunch.

International Thespian Society (ITS)

Lisa Hamilton, ​lhamilton@putnamcityschools.org​ and Gil Guptill,gguptill@putnamcityschools.org

The International Thespian Society is an honor society for high school and middle school theatre students. It is a division of the Educational Theatre Association. Thespian troupes serve students in grades 9-12; Junior Thespian troupes serve students in grades 6 through 8. A few famous ITS alumni include Tom Hanks, Val Kilmer, James Marsters, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Stephen Schwartz. Festival are held annually at the district, state and national levels. Each June the International Thespian Festival is held at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Membership currently stands at approximately 100,00 student members across 4,700 schools. The one millionth Thespian was inducted in 1976 and the two millionth Thespian was inducted in 2009. As of 2017, there have been over 2.3 million Thespian inducted.

Key Club

Melody Adams, melodya@putnamcityschools.org
Key Club serves the community through volunteer work in many different areas.

Dear PCN Key Club Parent: We feel it is important to inform you that Key Club is sponsored by the Mayfair Kiwanis Club of Oklahoma City according to the Club’s Bylaws. While PCN teachers support the club, they attend activities directly sponsored by the PCN Chapter of Key Club, like the PCN Key Club Social at the end of the month. There are numerous community-wide activities in which any student may opt to participate, walk-a-thons, for example, that are sponsored by other agencies. We encourage students to participate in many community service activities and wanted to apprise you that sponsors may not be present at every event so that you and your student can make informed choices about attendance. These teachers have been asked to volunteer their time and are not liable in any way because they were not present in a non-chapter sponsored activity.

Link Crew

Brittani Phillips,​ bphillips@putnamcityschools.org

Link Crew provides a mentorship program for the incoming freshman. This organization allows juniors and seniors to closely mentor freshman throughout the year.

National Speech and Debate Association

Lisa Hamilton,​ lhamilton@putnamcityschools.org

The National Speech and Debate organization believes that all students should be empowered to become effective communicators, ethical individuals, critical thinkers, and leaders in a democratic society. We exist to promote secondary school speech and debate activities and interscholastic competition as a means to develop a student’s life long skills and values and to increase the public’s awareness of the value of speech, debate and communication education.

National Honor Society

Sarah Wylie, ​sarahw@putnamcityschools.org

A national society recognizing students with a 3.5 GPA with emphasis upon character, knowledge, and volunteerism in the local school and community. You must be a Jr. with a weighted 3.5 GPA and no U’s in conduct to be invited. Invitation is only offered once.

Pup Club

Michelle Hopper, ​​mhopper@putnamcityschools.org

Pup club is an organization for students who share of love of dogs, and a heart for dog rescue. Pup club regularly meets to volunteer with different animal rescue non-profit organizations and bring attention to dog adoption and rescue.  Dues are $5.

Sigma Chi Iota, Science Club

Sam-Hendrix and Kelly Malahy,​ ​Shendrix@putnamcityschoos.org
Science club promotes science and engineering principles through activities, field trips and competitions. All students are welcome.

Spanish Club

Michelle Hopper,​ mhopper@putnamcityschools.org

The purpose of Spanish Club will be to promote and encourage students’ interest in the study of the Spanish language and the different cultures who speak Spanish through club activities by student participation.

Spectrum

Chelsey Wilson, ​chelseyw@putnamcityschools.org
Devoted to internal improvement, service, discussion and the passive combat of discrimination and also to promote toleration and appreciation of all lifestyles and cultures.

SUN, Student Council

Brittani Phillips, ​brittaip@putnamcityschools.org

S.U.N. is Putnam City North High School’s form of student government, standing for Students United of North. It is a school wide organization consisting of the leadership of 14 officers with student representatives from each grade. Together, SUN organizes school wide events including, but not limited to, school dances, pep assemblies, the talent show, blacklight shows, and Heisman week.

Tabletop Roleplaying Group

Kim Francis and Sam Hendrix, wfrancis@putnamcityschools.org

Tabletop Roleplaying Group is promote the creativity and imagination of PCN students, as well as develop social and interaction skills with others through tabletop roleplaying games (Pathfinder, Star Wars, D&D, Settlers of Catan, WoD, Small World, Magic: The Gathering, Marvel Superheroes, etc.) with an emphasis on fun and friendship. All PCN students and staff are welcome to attend.

TSA, Technology Student Association/Robotics

Joe Gravitt, jgravitt@putnamcityschools.org

Membership is open to current Technology Engineering Students, exceptions can be made for past Technology Engineering students at the Advisor’s discretion. Membership dues are $20.00 annually. This pays State and National membership dues. All members have the opportunity to compete in a variety of STEM aligned activities, on a regional, state and national level. Members are also afforded leadership opportunities. All conferences require an entry fee which varies depending on the particular conference. Meetings are Tuesdays from 3:30 to 4:30. This year Nationals will be held in Washington DC it is our goal to attend.