Clubs & Activities
All clubs and activities (non-athletic related) are handled by the Student Activities Office, located at the end of School Counseling wing in the Career Center. In addition to clubs and activities, information can also be found on: college visits, scholarships and awards, job postings and community activities.
For more info, please contact:
Student Activities Director
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Attention All Students :
Want to meet new people? Want to be part of a cause? Want to make your years at Hall High some of the best of your life?Then join a club!
Being a member of a club at Hall High is a great way to get involved with other students and can be a significant part of an awesome high school experience.
Whether you want to enjoy some down time playing table tennis or chess, or work with like-minded kids to change the world, Hall High's more than 50 clubs have something to offer for everyone.
Clubs meet regularly throughout the school year and welcome new members at any time. Club meetings are read during morning announcements, or you can scan the bulletin boards and monitors throughout the school. To learn about forming a new club, see Mrs. Shaffer in the the Career Center to obtain a new-club form to begin the process.
Clubs and Activities Booklet 2018-2019 (Google form updated frequently)
No jobs postings at this time
CT Walks for Haiti
Looking for volunteer to help with the planning of the walk (scheduled for April 27). You can learn more about this at ctwalksforhaiti.org.
Anyone with question about volunteering to help plan the walk can call Nancy at (860) 803-6270.
Screen Free Week
Screen free week will run at Norfeldt Elementary School from April 29th – May 3rd from 3:20 - 4:30pm. (Due to the 2pm elementary school dismissal they are going to exclude Wednesday that week). They are looking for high school students that would be interested in volunteering in some after school activities to help the Norfeldt kids stay screen free after school!
Volunteers would oversee children in grades K-5th. Depending on the class/activity would depend on the number of spaces available for children to sign up. They are very interested in someone who could teach basketball skills, volleyball skills, basic sewing or students that would be willing to run board games or puzzles.
If interested, please contact Jessica LeBlond at email@example.com or (860) 205-7749.
If any member of the community is seeking a student for help or is aware of a volunteer opportunity, please contact Amy Shaffer (firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-929-5138) in the Career Center.