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 Club Name Sponsors 
Beta Club  Nicole_Winter, MaiKhanh_Ngyuen, Scott_McKeag, Amy_Allen, Robert_Herting, Colleen_Weitzel, Kathryn_Flowers, Mark_Holland
Asia / Chinese Club  Eugene_Streett
DECA  Kristi_Mykerezi, Jane_Werner, Barbara_DeFrancesco
French Club / Honor Society  Sarah_Hudgins
German Club  Courtney_Lee
HOSA Club  Cassandra_Rogers
Latin Club / Honor Society  Jacqueline_Fitzgerald
Literary Magazine Jessica_Tackett
Mu Alpha Theta Elizabeth_Bein, Nissa_Glover, Kelsey_Green, Catherine_Mordan
National Art Honor Society  Jane_Rowley, James_Linkowitz, Ann_Braun
National Honor Society Sara_Hagemeister, Leslie_Glover, Anthony_Palombella, Richard_Dailey, 
Spanish Club Mark_Lanigan, Richard_Schumaker
Spanish National Honor Society Richard_Schumaker, Mark_Lanigan
Quill & Scroll Honor Society  Ritamarie_Hensley
Tri-M Music Honor Society  Pamela_Barton
 Thespian Society  Robert_Ellis
 Technology Student Association  John_Ligon, Samuel_Leone

Beta Club: 

To promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students.

ACHIEVEMENT - Recognizing and honoring high academic achievement
CHARACTER - Preparing young people for life and empowering them to be successful
LEADERSHIP - Developing the leaders of tomorrow
SERVICE - Demonstrating our motto: Let Us Lead by Serving Others

Community/School Service
All members must complete eight community service hours per semester. Students must provide Beta Club sponsors with a log of hours and activities as they are completed, with the total number of hours due by the last meeting of each semester. Service hour logs will be available from club sponsors and through Edmodo.

For services performed at school, the activity sponsor must sign the student’s log. Students may earn service hours for Beta Club through their service activities with clubs that do not require service requirements. However, hours completed for National Honor Society or those required for other service clubs or classes will not apply to the Beta Club’s service requirements. Note: If a member is unsure about a potential service activity, he should obtain approval from his alpha-sponsor prior to completing the project.

Officers will meet on the last Tuesday of each month prior to the general club meeting at 3:00. 
Monthly club meetings for all members will be held on the last Thursday of each month at 3:00 in the auditorium or the following Friday morning at 7:55am. Students may pick between the two options.
Meetings will last no longer than 30 minutes.

Membership shall be open to students in grades ten, eleven, and twelve, though only tenth graders will be formally invited to apply each year.The minimum scholastic requirement for membership is a 3.5 weighted cumulative grade point average.Other requirements for entrance include the timely and exemplary completion of an application and essay as set forth by the club sponsors, as well as four faculty recommendations.


DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe.

Cosby DECA participates in all competitive events at the district, state and national levels.  The primary community outreach program is collecting non-perishable food items for the Virginia Food Bank in November.  DECA members also have the opportunity to participate in county approved field trips that support the curriculum.

Most of Cosby DECA's activities occur during school hours.  State and national competitions require travel and overnight stays.

To join Cosby DECA and be eligible for competition and field trips, a student must be taking a marketing class or be enrolled in a economics/personal finance class.  A student who is not currently enrolled in a marketing class but has taken two o(2) or more marketing classes, may join as an alumni member but may not be eligible to compete in district, state or national competitions.  Annual dues are $20 and a completed Registration/Medical Form is required for all members.

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________Literary Magazine: 

The Literary Magazine is a publication for students who wish to help create and publish the school's literary magazine, Expressions. Students are involved in the publicity, marketing, and layout of the magazine.

This year, we published Expressions using a new digital publishing platform, Joomag. You can view the most recent issue by clicking the link in the table above.

An informational meeting will be held at the beginning of the year, so please check the announcements or visit the bulletin board outside of Room 315.

An application is required to join our team. You may apply to be a general staff member or for a leadership position (Editor, Art Editor, Layout and Design). Applications will be available at the informational meeting and on the bulletin board outside of Room 315.

The International Thespian Society (ITS) Troupe 7299 is a theater honor society that recognizes student involvement in the theater arts at the high school and community level. Students are invited to be inducted once they have earned enough points working on various shows as performers or crew members.  

ITS meets several times a year. 
Our major service project is the 50/50 raffle at our fall musical. The proceeds go to our annual Toys for Tots buying trip in December.

Eligible students are invited to join in late April, with the annual induction banquet being held in mid-May. Meetings are held as needed, or at the request of the students.
To be eligible for ITS, you must have a minimum of 10 points based on the ITS points scale. You earn points by being an active participant in school and/or community based theatrical productions, either as a performer or as a crew member. To remain a member in good standing, you must continue to be an active part of the theater program.