Meeting Times: Thursdays at 11:30am Mr. Gates classroom, in Room 22
EP Project: Club Live Officers implemented Merchant Committed by visiting two local stores in Biggs and graded the store using the Merchant Committed Report Card as a guide to educate, and demonstrate how media and beverage companies target youth in alcohol advertisements, to the placement of alcoholic beverages. Then they went over the report card with the store owner/employee and explained the grade the store was given and why.
School Climate Project: Biggs Club Live members came up with the idea of a compliment campaign where each fellow middle school student would receive at least 1“Wolverine Compliment of the day” before the school year ended. “I’ve been clawing the walls all day, to give YOU a Wolverine Compliment of the day!”
Biggs CL is run by Stacey Carrasco. To learn more about CL on Biggs’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Stacey Carassco at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Times: Meets during lunch on Wednesdays in Room 30
EP Project: Las Plumas FNL is implementing Parent Committed, a program where officers and club members educate parents about underage drinking in Butte County. Their most recent presentation was to Las Plumas High School PTSA.
School Climate Project: Las Plumas High School FNL is putting on the I Dare You Project for their School climate Project. The I Dare you Project challenges students at Las Plumas High School to do random acts of kindness. Each week students are challenged to complete a new dare.
Las Plumas High School FNL is run by Christina Chavez. To learn more about FNL on Las Plumas’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Christina Chavez at CChavez@buttecounty.net.
The 2016 Summer Officer Training Registration is now Live!
Click here for the 2016 Summer Officer Training Registration
The Summer Officer Training will be held on June 16th from 8am-9pm
This leadership training will prepare both new & veteran Club Live and Friday Night Live Officers to lead their school chapters.
The workshops will increase your knowledge regarding reducing youth access to alcohol, creating positive school climate and
positive emotional health.
You will leave this training ready to create change on your campus and in your community.
Features of the Summer Officer Training:
Build Your Team
Please make sure to completely fill out your Leadership Training application by June 1st at 5pm.
If you have any questions, please contact Jen Skinner at 530-891-2891 or email@example.com
The Reach for the Future Conference and services are funded by MHSA
Meeting Times: Meets during lunch on Wednesdays in the counseling room
EP Project: Biggs FNL is implementing Parent Committed, a program where officers and club members educate parents about underage drinking in Butte County.
School Climate Project: Biggs High School Friday Night Live is putting on the You’re Worth It Campaign, which is a campaign where students write encouraging words on a card that is later put on student lockers.
Biggs High School FNL is run by Erica White. To learn more about FNL on Biggs’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Erica White at EWhite@buttecounty.net
Meeting Times: Meets during lunch at 12:20 every Tuesday at the Live Spot
EP Project: Gridley High School FNL is implementing Parent Committed, a program where officers and club members educate parents about underage drinking in Butte County.
School Climate Project: Gridley High School Friday Night Live is putting on the Make My Day Campaign. Students from Gridley High School write compliments to someone who they think would enjoy a compliment. Compliments are then prepped and sent out the following Monday morning.
Gridley High FNL is run by Erica White. To learn more about FNL on Gridley’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Erica White at EWhite@buttecounty.net.
Meeting Times: 7th Grade meets in room D-1 during lunch, and 8th Grade meets in room G-4 during lunch
EP Project: Ishi’s officers recently visited two local Oroville stores and graded them using the Merchant Report Card. They are currently working towards re-visiting the stores to present the report card and provide Merchant Education to the store’s owners, managers, and employees.
School Climate Project: Ishi’s School Climate for 7th grade students is focusing on bringing art on campus as a way for students to creatively express themselves in a different way. 8th grade is assembling a “Tree of Hope” to provide positive and supportive messages to students who might be experiencing tough times.
Ishi Hills CL is run by Julia Arenas and Crystal Pack. To learn more about CL on Ishi’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Julia Arenas at firstname.lastname@example.org.