Social Media: @chicoca_friday_night_live
Chico FNL: Raquel Lee: (RLee@buttecounty.net)
Fair View FNL: Jose Sandoval (JSandoval@buttecounty.net)
Pleasant Valley FNL: Jenny Castaldo (JCastaldo@buttecounty.net)
Social Media: @gridleyfridaynightlive @biggs_f.n.l
Biggs FNL: Cody Walsh (CWalsh@buttecounty.net)
Gridley FNL: Bridget Riddle (BRiddle@buttecounty.net)
Social Media: @orovillecafnl
Oroville FNL: Vianey Crane (VCrane@buttecounty.net)
Las Plumas FNL: Christina Chavez (CChavez@buttecounty.net)
What is Friday Night Live?
Friday Night Live is a youth led action group that meets on high school campuses. Young people build leadership skills, broaden their social network and initiate projects that improve school climate and reduce youth access to alcohol.
Friday Night Live has programs on the campuses of Biggs High School, Chico High School, Fairview High School, Gridley High School, Las Plumas High School, Oroville High School, Pleasant Valley High School, and Sierra High School.
Biggs High School
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: Officers and chapter members wanted to have more school spirit dress up days and school rallies. They got permission from the principal to have a spirit week for Halloween . Every day of Halloween week was a different dress up day. The officers kept points to see which class had the most spirit. On Halloween they had a school rally and had the cheerleaders performed a dance and games for the classes to battle each other in. The winning class received candy and goody bags.
about FNL on Biggs’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Cody Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chico High School
Meeting Times: Wednesdays at lunch in room D-5
School Climate Project: Chico High FNL is putting on The Compliment Zone for their School Climate Project. The Compliment Zone is a project where officers and members try to implement an event each month based around compliments towards themselves or other students.
Chico High FNL is run by Raquel Lee. To learn more about FNL on Chico High’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Raquel Lee at RLee@buttecounty.net.
Fairview High School
Meeting Times: Tuesdays at 1:15pm in Room 8
EP Project: Fairview is implementing Parent Committed. See guide for description.
School Climate Project: Fairview FNL is implement monthly School Rallies, where the officers and members put on different events each month that involve students on campus, bring awareness to different causes, and show respect and love.
Fairview FNL is run by Jose Sandoval. To learn more about FNL on Fairview’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Jose Sandoval at email@example.com.
Gridley High School
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 Vernon Spearman. To learn more about FNL on Gridley’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Vernon Spearman at VSpearman@buttecounty.net.
Las Plumas High School
Meeting Times: Meets during lunch on Wednesdays in Room 619
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: Love Yourself- We want students to appreciate and love themselves for the individuals that they are!
Las Plumas High School FNL is run by Tiffany Perriera. To learn more about FNL on Las Plumas’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Tiffany Perriera at TPerriera@buttecounty.net.
Oroville High School
Meeting Times: Wednesday at lunch 12:30pm-1:10pm, in room A1
School Climate Project: Oroville High School Friday Night Live members have decided to do holiday complement grams for this year! Friday Night Live will set up a booth during lunch where students can make or choose one of the holiday cards we provide. We will also be attaching candy on the compliment cards and distributing them throughout the school with the help of the attendance office. We also plan on getting the teachers and faulty involved so no one gets left out.
Our Past Project: We had a booth set up with music playing and we had students come up and fill out feathers that will be part of a large mural. On the feathers, students got a chance to write what lifts them up in life. Our goal for this project is to create a sense of togetherness, by identifying the positive things in our lives, while also finding out from others what those important things are in their lives. The end result will be hundreds of feathers in the shape of wings where students can then go and have their photo taken in front of it to simulate being lifted up in the air!
Oroville High School FNL is run by Vianey Crane. To learn more about FNL on Oroville’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Vianey Crane at VCrane@buttecounty.net
Pleasant Valley High School
Meeting Times: Wednesdays at lunch in room B-3
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. For this project the school encouraged our club to “do something more permanent” so our take on this project was a little more unique. During lunch we had a poster that said “It Starts With Me”. Students then had a chance to write on the poster what they are going to change, then the students painted their hand with a bright color and put their hand print on a tree on campus that the club previously painted black the day before. Putting their bright colored hand print on the tree to stand out was the way for the Pleasant Valley students to signify their commitment to making a change that starts with them.
The goal of this project is to spread a more positive and connected feeling among students on the Pleasant Valley High School Campus!
Pleasant Valley FNL is run by Jose Sandoval. To learn more about FNL on PV’s campus, or to see how you can get involved, contact Jose Sandoval at JSandoval@buttecounty.net.