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Student Organizations


Each high school student is encouraged to participate in one or more extra-curricular activities. Following are descriptions of the current student organizations:


FFA (National FFA Organization):
FFA is an intra-curricular organization of students enrolled in agricultural education classes. The main goal of the National FFA Organization is to make a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education.

 

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America):
FBLA is the oldest and largest national organization for students preparing for careers in business leadership. Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs. Students are given opportunities to participate in competitive events at the district, state, and national levels. The organization is open for high school students. Membership dues required.

NHS (National Honor Society):
NHS is a national organization governed by a national constitution and local by-laws. It is for students in grades 10-12 who have an accumulated grade point average of 3.33 or above. A faculty council selects students for membership, based on the student's qualities of leadership, service, and character. The organization performs at least one project per year to benefit school and/or community.

 

Student Council:
Student Council is an organization made up of representatives from grades 7-12. Objectives of the Student Council include (1) Provide a democratic form in which students can address those school-related issues which affect their lives. (2) Maintain a continuous communication channel from students to both faculty and administration, as well as among students within the school. (3) Offer a year-long program of social functions and community involvement projects for students. (4) Train students in the duties and responsibilities of good citizenship, using the school environment as the primary training ground.

Extra-Curricular Activities

Out-of-class activities at Humansville High School provide opportunities for students to engage in special interests in addition to the more formal class activities. While student activities are important for all-around development of the students, they must be of secondary importance in the program of the high school. REGULAR CLASSROOM WORK MUST COME FIRST.

 

  1. Any student participating in extra-curricular activities (activities recognized by the Missouri State High School Activities Association) must meet MSHSAA grade and citizenship requirements. Students who represent a school in interscholastic activities must be creditable citizens and judged so by the proper school authority certifying a list of students for competition. Those students whose character or conduct is such as to reflect discredit upon themselves or their schools are not considered creditable citizens. Conduct shall be satisfactory in accord with the standards of good discipline.
  2. Students who have missed any part of a school day on the day of an extra-curricular practice or activity are not eligible to participate unless excused by the principal because of a verified court appearance, doctor’s appointment, a funeral, unforeseen circumstances, or serious family illness.
  3. Student organization meetings and class meetings can be scheduled on club meeting day during fifth hour.
  4. The Humansville R-IV Board of Education prohibits fund-raising activities by the students of the district that involve door-to-door sales. Fund-raising activities are limited for any class, group, or club and must have prior approval by the principal and superintendent.
  5. Any organized group from Humansville schools that participates as part of the fall festival must be accompanied by/supervised by the groups sponsor.