Valley Stream, NY (October 2021)—On September 28, North High School held its annual Club Fair, an event that provides students with an opportunity to learn about the many clubs and extracurricular activities available both before and after school hours. Student representatives from each club were available to answer questions and explain to prospective members their group’s mission and activities.
“It was a wonderful and informative day for our students,” said Dr. Robin Small, Interim Principal of Valley Stream North High School. “Participation in extracurricular activities is part of a well-rounded high school experience. After the limitations imposed by the pandemic on many of our clubs over the past year and a half, it was wonderful to see our students’ enthusiasm and interest in learning about the many opportunities available to them to further engage with their individual interests and passions.”
Valley Stream North High School has an array of extracurricular activities available for students to join, including Student Government, honor societies, service clubs, special interest clubs, athletic clubs and support clubs.
“The interest expressed by so many of our students in learning about and joining the many clubs offered at North High School is another example of how we are all working together to make this year very special and rewarding for our students,” said Amy Italiano, Students Activities Director of North High School. “I was really impressed with the work and creativity demonstrated by the student club representatives in the set up of their booths and how information was displayed. They did an amazing job in making this a successful event.”
Over 200 students attended the Club Fair. Due to Covid-19 capacity limits, the number of students in the cafeteria, where the Club Fair was held, was limited to 150 students at any one time.
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