Social Media: @chicoca_club_live
Chico JR: Raquel Lee: (RLee@buttecounty.net)
Bidwell JR: Tristan Caro (TCaro@buttecounty.net)
Marsh: Tori Diaz (VDiaz@buttecounty.net)
Social Media: @sycamore_clublive @biggs_clublive
Biggs: Cody Walsh (CWalsh@buttecounty.net)
Sycamore: Jariah Booker (JBooker@buttecounty.net)
Social Media: @orovillecacl
Ishi Hills: Julia.Arenas (JArenas@buttecounty.net)
Palermo: Julia Arenas (JArenas@buttecounty.net)
Central: Christina Chavez (CChavez@buttecounty.net)
What is Club Live?
Club Live is a club for middle school students that meets on middle school campuses. This group of youth build their leadership skills while increasing their social network and implementing community change projects.
Club Live has programs on the campuses of Bidwell Junior High School, Biggs Middle School, Central Middle School, Chico Junior High School, Ishi Hills Middle School, Palermo Middle School, Sierra Junior High School, and Sycamore Middle School.
Bidwell Junior High School
Meeting Times: Thursdays at lunch in room 501 during both 7th & 8th grade lunches
EP Project: Bidwell Junior High School Club Live is implementing Merchant Committed, a program where officers and club members educate merchants in the community about underage drinking in Butte County. The CL officers went to Star Liquor Market and educated the merchant and remodeled the store by placing Merchant Committed stickers on boxes of alcohol. They plan on going to two more stores to educate more merchants and reduce youth access to alcohol.
School Climate Project: It Starts With Me. The “It Starts With Me” movement is an activity where students can pledge what they intend to change, help, or do at their school, for themselves, and/or for other students on their campus. During lunch we had a poster and paint table set up where students will paint their hand, put their hand print on the poster, and write what they pledge to do in order to make their school a better place.
Club Live members will continue implementing monthly school climate projects, with the goal to unify the school and make students feel more connected with one another.
Bidwell Club Live is run by Tristan Caro. To learn more about CL on Bidwell’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Tristan Caro at TCaro@buttecounty.net.
Marsh Junior High School
Meeting Times: Thursdays at lunch in Rm. E-16 for 1st lunch and in Rm. D-21 for 2nd lunch.
School Climate Project: Club Live Rocks! literally. Club Live members painted inspirational quotes and images on rocks to be distributed around campus for all to see.
Marsh Club Live is run by Tori Diaz. To learn more about CL on Marsh’s campus or to see how you can get involved, contact Tori Diaz at VDiaz@buttecounty.net
Biggs Elementary School
Meeting Times: 6th grade: Thursdays at 11:30am in Mr. Gates room, in Room 22
7th &8th grade: Thursdays at 12:05 in Mr. Soils room.
School Climate project– PAWsitive messages. Officers and chapter members set up a booth during lunch with blank wolverine paws, so students could grab one and write a positive messages to friends or school members to brighten up their day. The messages were then distributed around the school to ensure a PAWsitivly amazing day!
Biggs CL is run by Cody Walsh. To learn more about CL on Biggs’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Cody Walsh at CWalsh@buttecounty.net
Central Middle School
Meeting Times: 6th, 7th, and 8th grade meet every Thursday during lunch in room 8.
EP Project: In October, Club Live officers and members implemented Merchant Committed. The officers visited two local stores and graded them using Merchant Report Cards. They are currently working towards re-visiting the stores to present the report card and provide Merchant Education to the owners, managers, and employees of the stores.
School Climate Project: Bag Tags, students will create and design their own bag tags. The bag tags will then be given to students caught doing good things for other students or for the school.
Central Middle School CL is run by Tiffany Perriera. To learn more about CL on Central Middle School’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Tiffany Perriera at TPerriera@buttecounty.net.
Chico Junior High School
Meeting Times: Meetings are Thursdays during lunch in room 400
EP Project: CJHS Club Live is currently deciding their EP project.
School Climate Project: The first School Climate Project of the year was the “Not So Corny Appreciations”. Students in the BLAST program wrote on a piece of paper how they like to be appreciated and it was displayed on the board in the front hallway board by Cougar Den
Chico Junior High School CL is run by Raquel Lee To learn more about CL on Chico Junior High School’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Raquel Lee at Rlee@buttecounty.net.
Ishi Hills Middle School
Meeting Times: 7th Grade meets Thursdays in room D-1 during lunch, and 8th Grade meets Thursdays in room G-4 during lunch
EP Project: Ishi’s officers recently visited two local Oroville stores, the Circle K and Beacon, and graded both using the Merchant Report Card to see if they were in compliance and if they were “youth-friendly” in their layout. It was a great experience and the next step will be re-visiting the stores to present the report card and provide Merchant Education to the store’s owners, managers, and employees. Stay tuned!
School Climate Project: Ishi held their first school climate project event on December 8th during lunch providing an opportunity for students to send positive messages to each other via “Holiday Grams”. The theme for that month was “Spread a little warmth” so Club Live Officers and Members also served hot chocolate to students! It was a huge success with over 200 grams being sent out to students before the holiday break!
Ishi Hills CL is run by Julia Arenas. 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.
Palermo Middle School
Meeting Times: Wednesdays at lunch in Room 22
EP Project: Palermo’s officers are implementing Merchant Committed and recently visited two local stores in Palermo and graded them using Merchant Report Cards. They are currently working towards re-visiting the stores to present the report card and provide Merchant Education to the owners, managers, and employees of the stores.
School Climate Project: Palermo’s School Climate Project centers around peer relationships and combating bullying of all types on campus.
Palermo CL is run by Julia Arenas. To learn more about CL on Palermo’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Julia Arenas at email@example.com.
Sycamore Middle School
Meeting Times: Wednesdays at lunch in the school library.
EP Project: Sycamore’s officers have implemented Merchant Committed and graded a local store using Merchant Report Cards.
School Climate Project: Sycamore Club Live worked hard this past year to put on School Climate Projects for their campus. They created a project called “Elf Grams” where every student got an opportunity to send another student on campus an encouraging note along with a little gift during the holiday season at no cost at all to the students.
Sycamore Middle School CL is run by Jariah Booker. To learn more about CL on Sycamore Middle School’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Jariah Booker at JBooker@buttecounty.net.