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Division Avenue Clubs and Activities

Art Club

Art Club is responsible for constructing various projects within the school. Students who are interested in Art should give this club a try. Paint, spend time with friends, and create what you want to create.

Mr. Brown

Author/ Book Club

The author/book club is a club for the student who likes English and would like a place to discuss literature beyond the classroom.

Mr. Verdi

Big Dragons/Little Dragons

Big Dragons/Little Dragons is a group of students that serves as mentors for students at Summit Lane.

Ms. Leest

Broadcast Club

Join a new group of broadcasters as they deliver the morning announcements. Demonstrate your broadcasting talents while showcasing many of our numerous events throughout the school year. If you are interested in filming and reporting, then this is the club for you.

Mr. Muller

CAC (Community Awareness Club)

The club provides students with opportunities to make good decisions, to be involved with community service, to develop leadership skills, and to reinforce the power of positive peer pressure. The gay/straight community will also be a part of this club bringing awareness to tolerance and acceptance.

Ms. O'Rourke

Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir is for students who love to sing. Students will perform at various school events as well as participate in school concerts.

Ms. Sellars

Chamber Orchestra

Chamber Orchestra is for advanced string students who love to perform. Students will prepare for various performances.

Mr. Martufi

Chef's Club

The Cooking Club is intended to provide insight for those that have experience and the novice that wants to learn more about cooking. Students will increase their knowledge of foods from various cultures while maintaining proper sanitation and safety procedures. The Cooking Club's mission is to raise money for a charitable organization of the students' choice. In addition, students learn how to read recipes, as well as order and budget for future food endeavors.

Ms. Galterio

DECA

DECA is a business marketing, management, and entrepreneurship organization that strives to educate its members regarding general marketing, entrepreneurship, and general business strategies and decisions. DECA aims to prepare members for future careers in general marketing and business.

Mr. Engels

Emmy Night

After Seniors vote on several categories (nicest to know, most likely to succeed, etc.), the results are announced and student skits/commercials will be shown at an event called Emmy Night. This is primarily a Senior class club, however, students with video/editing skills are encourage to get involved.

Mr. Verdi

Jazz Band

Students explore jazz genre and participate in several performances throughout the year.

Mr. Bastone

Key Club

The Key Club is a student- run organization that focuses on community service. The Key Club hosts and helps out at many events, including CD Dances, CD Sports Night, E.S.L. Babysitting Night, Walks, and fundraisers.

Ms. Medina

Marching Band

The DAHS Marching Band practices week in and week out to perform at several marching band competitions each Sunday. The band also goes on a band trip over the summer, and performs and marches at Homecoming.

Mr. Bastone

Senior Mathletes

Mathletes is open to all sophomores, juniors, and seniors who wish to compete in math competitions against other schools. Competitions are held once a month, where students answer math questions and challenge students from surrounding schools. Winning schools are eligible to compete at state level.

Mr. Tomeo

Junior Mathletes

Mathletes is open to freshman students where they will have the opportunity to hone mathematical skills and prepare for local competitions.

Ms. Shea

Model Congress

The Model Congress teaches students how to hold an official debate. Each week, a new resolution will be discussed, and four students will be responsible for arguing different sides of the debate. At the end of each meeting, a vote is held to determine the best debater for each week.

Mr. Beinlich

Musical Production

Open to all students who would like to audition for a part in our yearly play. Tryouts and rehearsals begin in November and continue through the April production. If you are talented in drama, dance, chorus and would like to showcase those talents, consider the musical as a place to do so. There is also a need for a stage crew to make this a complete success.

Mr. Nolin, Ms. LoGiudice, Ms. Levenberg

National Honor Society

The National Honor Society is a prestigious club with its membership limited to less than 3% of the student body. Candidates are screened on a wide array of characteristics, ranging from academic achievement, leadership abilities, and community involvement. Members are required to perform ten hours of community service each quarter, as well as holding an overall G.P.A. of 90 throughout the entire year.

Ms. Rosenberg

Newspaper Club

The Newspaper Club is responsible for researching, writing, editing, and publishing a newspaper three times a year. Members will need to write an article for each edition of the School paper. Any student is allowed to write for the paper.

Mr. Verdi

Peer Leaders

The Peer Leaders are responsible for mentoring and guiding the incoming freshmen class. The peer leaders are chosen by a committee made up of teachers, and are responsible for meeting with their designated freshmen several times throughout the school year. Peer Leaders organize the Blood Drive and assist with the Senior Citizen's Prom.

Mr. Verdi

Peer Pals

Peer Pals is a club that pairs special needs students with other students for socialization after school.

Ms. Crawford

Pep Band

Small band ensemble to play at all home football games.

Mr. Nobile

Physical Fitness (Weight Room)

Goals of the club: weight training can play an important role in the development of self-development, self-confidence, and body satisfaction by increasing strength, building and toning muscles, and increasing muscular endurance. It can also help maintain lean body mass (important for individuals attempting weight loss), decrease the risk of osteoporosis, develop coordination and balance, and prevent injuries resulting from weak muscle.

The Weight Room is open weekdays from 2:45-4:00 p.m.

Physics Olympiad

Students in the Physics Olympics Club prepare for competition in the Long Island Physics Olympics. Teams from across Long Island gather at SUNY Farmingdale once a year to vie for "Physics Supremacy."

Mr. Miller

Robotics Club

Robotics focuses on the F.I.R.S.T competition. Students are given a game and instructions for tasks that the finished robot is supposed to be able to perform. Working together as a team, sometimes for long hours, students construct the robot, which was 120 lbs. and 5 ft. tall last year. In addition, there are mandatory Saturday practices/building times. This is a full-year, highly dedicated club that plans to do well in the upcoming years.

Mr. Bento

Science Olympiad

The Science Olympiad is made up of teams with 15 students on each, competing in 20 different events. Students work hard to prepare for the regional competition held at Kellenberg Memorial High School. There are academic events, encompassing many areas of science, and building events, where students construct different machines or objects to complete a goal. Students compete with more than 60 other local schools, and the top 7 scoring teams move onto the state competition.

Mr. Marzigliano

School Store

The School Store is open during lunch periods and sells supplies, snacks, and DAHS clothing. Students need to sign up in the first week of school to be eligible to work for the school store. School Store workers are also responsible for working at Freshmen Orientation, Homecoming and Back-to-School Night.

Ms. Caruso

Student Council

The Student Council is responsible for organizing, preparing, and running major events at the school, including Pep Rally, Homecoming, Spirit Week, and Division Idol. All students are welcome at Student Council meetings and may vote on topics including Spirit Night Dress Days, Homecoming Theme, and end-of-year gift. The Student Council is also responsible for running class elections. A Class Officer from each grade must attend all Student Council Meetings.

Ms .Castellano & Mr. Marzigliano

Yearbook Club

Personalize your class' yearbook by joining this club. Contribute photographs, art work and other creative ideas to make your yearbook the best ever. This club will also design the Senior video using video clips from year-long activities.

Ms. Ronzo/Mr. Muller (juniors and seniors only)