Monday-Friday 7 am- 5 pm
- Builders Club
- Drama Club
- Hope Squad
- Intramural Sports
- Japan Club
- MESA Club
- Jaguar Elite Esports
Formerly called Counselors Assistance Team (CAT) at CNJJHS.
Builders Club is a student-led community service organization that operates under school regulations and draws its members from students at Clarke N. Johnsen. School Counselors serve as advisers. Builders Club prepares students to be engaged members of their current and future communities by participating in service leadership experiences.
How to Join
Stop by the Counseling Department for more information! Come join us!
Builders Club Meetings
Meetings will be held once a month, every third Wednesday from 2:45-3:15 pm - we meet in the library. All students are responsible for their own transportation, including bus students.
- September 15, 2021- welcome to Builders Club
- October 20, 2021 - make posters for Nov. food drive competition
- November 17, 2021 - make signs for float (trailer for Santa Parade)
- December Tooele Santa Parade - Saturday, Dec 4, 2021 *permission slip required*
- December 15, 2021 - random acts of service for students
- January 19, 2022
- February 16, 2022
- March 16, 2022
- April 20. 2022
- May 18, 2022
What We Do
- Welcome new students, sit by them at lunch
- Santa Parade Float - Tooele City Parade
- Service through CNJJHS
- To provide opportunities for working together in service to school and community.
- To develop leadership potential.
- To foster the development of strong moral character.
- To encourage loyalty to school, community and nation.
- Character building: The ability to do the right thing, even when it might be the unpopular choice.
- Leadership: The ability to listen, communicate, serve and guide others.
- Inclusiveness: Accepting and welcoming differences in other people.
- Caring: The act of being concerned about or interested in other people or situations.
To find out more about Kiwanis Builders Club, click on this link
We will be casting for our Winter Musical after school starts. Go to www.jaguardrama.com for more info.
Students: Join our Canvas Classroom by visiting Ms. Darling in Room 24.
QUILLING IS QUITE AMAZING!
Thanks for joining us in Nov. to practice a modern twist on a medieval art.
SIGN UP FOR SILK DYING
see Mrs. Hitesman or Mrs. Jenson
MAKES A GREAT GIFT!
We will be using a new technique called "ice dying" to make fabulous swirly colors on silk scarves. Make one for yourself or for a gift!
WHAT IS A HOPE SQUAD?
HOPE Squads are the eyes and ears of your school. They are comprised of students who are trained to watch for at-risk students–provide friendship, identify warning signs, and seek help from adults. HOPE4UTAH works with school advisors to train students who have been identified by their classmates as trustworthy peers to serve as HOPE Squad members. Through evidence-based training modules, HOPE Squad members are empowered to seek help and save a life.
HOPE Squad members are NOT taught to act as counselors, but rather, are educated on how to recognize signs of suicide contemplation, and how to properly and respectfully report this to an adult. Once invited to be HOPE Squad members, students willing to go through the training must get a permission form signed by their parents. After completing their training, HOPE Squad members host a parents’ night where they teach their parents and family members about what it means to be a HOPE Squad member.
WHY A HOPE SQUAD?
HOPE4UTAH has seen much success through their evidence-based peer-to-peer program. Students have identified their school’s HOPE Squads as a source of trust and comfort. In 9 years, 34 HOPE Squads have been formed in the Provo City School District, and over 250 students have been referred for help. HOPE Squads aim to:
- Enhance the health and safety measures already in place at a school
- Educate students on how to recognize warning signs of suicide
- Educate students how to respectfully reports potential suicide behavior
- Train students how to interact with, watch, and support fellow students/friends who may be struggling
- Implement evidence-based strategies through HOPE Squad training programs
- Reduce suicide attempts
Math - Engineering - Science - Achievement
What is M.E.S.A?
M.E.S.A is a statewide FREE Public Education program that works with targeted students in grades 7-12 who are interested in succeeding in math, science, and technology-related fields.
Why should I join M.E.S.A?
Meet Students who share your interests
Hands-on math and science exploration
Meet real engineers and scientist
Career exposure and valuable experiences
working as a team member
Although all students may participate in M.E.S.A, the focus is on the target populations of Blacks/African American, Hispanics/Latinos, Asian Americans, Indians/Alaska Natives, Pacific Islanders, and females.
M.E.S.A meets one Monday a month. See Mr. Lauti for more information.