Storm Robotics Team
Advisors: Mr. Knauss
The STORM Robotics Team is a competitive group who works with volunteer professional engineers to design, build and market an engineering project as part of the FIRST Robotics Competition. This joint group with students from Lenape High School meets to raise funds, maintain a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, build and program robots to perform prescribed tasks against a field of competitors. It's as close to "real-world engineering" as a student can get. No experience is needed, but students should be highly motivated to learn and work as a part of a team. For additional information, go to: http://storm.lrhsd.org. Any questions, e-mail email@example.com.
Cherokee High Racing Association
Advisors: Mr. Fitzpatrick & Mr. Markovitz
CHRA is made up of boys and girls from all grades. The club has a race car that they race at Atco Raceway on Friday nights. The biggest fundraiser is a custom car show. There are meetings throughout the year to discuss various subjects. Any questions, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.Technology Student Association
Advisor: Mr. Kralik
The Technology Student Associatin is a full year club that allows students to work on various projects related to technology. Some activities include architectural design, flight endurance and 3D engineering design. Students should be interested in using technology and have taken or be currently enrolled in a technology education course. Any questions, e-mail: email@example.com.
Advisor: Mr. MillsThe Woodlab Club is open to all students regardless of their woodworking experience. This club will allow students the opportunity to work on their own projects as well as possibly assist others in a charitable way. Any questions,e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.Media Tech Club (CPN)
Advisor: Ms. Shaniqua Brown Assistant: Ms. ForcelliniCPN produces television programming for LDTV including the “Cherokee People” show, an award winning news program. CPN also brings students & faculty up to date on the daily happenings at Cherokee via the “Good Morning Cherokee” Program. Students broadcast the daily announcements, sports results and special news such as awards won by students, teachers or groups. Any questions please e-mail Ms. Brown at email@example.com