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  • Club or OrganizationDescriptionMeeting Day and TimeMeeting LocationSponsorWebsite
    AFJROTCExtracurricular activities associated with the AFJROTC programMonday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at Before or after school, as determinedCol Ryan & CMSgt Hollis - /
    African Student UnionTo create a lasting community where African culture is embraced, encouraged, and empowered. at -
    Amnesty International Amnesty International Monday at 4:00-4:45 pmVirtual -
    Asian Student AssociationA social and educational club that focuses on learning about asian cultures. Google Class Code: phzz3mdThursday at 3:30-4:15 pmGoogle MeetsDevonne Johnson (temporary) - devonne.johnson@pgcps.orgAsian Student Association Website
    BadmintonSocial club for students who like to play badminton. at -
    Bridging the GapThe club is based on the idea that everyone should have equal access to opportunity. What we want to do is connect different educational, financial, or support programs with students at our school. Monday at 3:30-4:30pmT-03 - Bridging the Gap Website
    Bring Change 2 MindImprove the school's mental health climate.Monday at 3:30-4:30 pm Patrick Gleason -
    Colors For CoatsAre you interested in joining a virtual public health club that aims to spread awareness about health care disparities that affect the medical community and general public? If so, then come out and join Colors for Coats where we meet bi-monthly to discuss current healthcare-related issues that are affecting our community!Friday at 3:30 PM - 4:00 PMGoogleMeets.comMs. Graham -
    Dem Raider Boyz Step SquadDRB is the 4x National Champion step team founded in 2001 on the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, Community Service and fun! While providing a unique opportunity to instill discipline, team work, dedication and the value of hard work, DRB serves as a platform to cultivate, stimulate and enrich the lives of young men through the art of stepping.Tuesday & Thursday at 3:30 – 6:30pmRM 007, CafeteriaRichard Melvern -
    Do Something ClubTo help the community. Wednesday at 3:30-4:30pmRoom #236AMrs. Rani -
    Doctor Who SocietyTo share our enthusiasm for the Doctor, watch our favorite episodes, and eat snacks.Thursday at 3:30-4:30pmTemp 21Mr. Moore -
    Drama ClubTo produce theatre for the ERHS community and provide additional opportunities for learning for students interested in theatreMonday-Friday at variesRoom 004Mrs. Hawk - julie.hawk@pgcps.orgDrama Club Website
    Education Reform (ER) We are the Education Reform (ER) club and we are working to understand how the education system functions and to figure out its challenges in order to come up with effective solutions. The zoom link will be posted in our google classroom so be sure to join! Google Classroom code: 6wynltlThursday at 5:30pm-6:30pmSharinita Hester -
    Environmental Defense Club (Recycling)Collect recycling throughout the school and support green school initiatives. Tuesday at 3:25-4 pmRoom 235Ms. Kipping -
    EnvirothonEnvironmental knowledge competition.Thursday at 3:30-4:30 pmRoom 130 -
    ERHS Certamen TeamThe ERHS Certamen team is the competitive part of the Junior Classical League. Once a month we compete against schools from around the DMV on topics like Mythology, History, Classical Culture, Classical Literature, and many others.Tuesday at 3:30-4:30pmTemp 21Mr. Moore -
    ERHS Civic SocietyThis club gives students a space to discuss current events, news, and politics in a civil and engaging manner.Wednesday at 3:30-4:30 pmRoom T-8Ola Gerald -
    ERHS Clarinet ChoirTuesday at 3:30-5:00 pmRoom 005Rachel Zephir -
    ERHS DebateThe debate team provide students with the opportunity to participate in both in county and out of county debates in order to instill a sense of poise, researching, organizing, presenting and speaking skills. It also allows students to improve rigorous higher order and critical thinking skills as well. at -
    ERHS Flute ChoirMonday at 3:30-5:00 pmRoom 005Rachel Zephir -
    ERHS Jazz Band at Room 005Rachel Zephir -
    ERHS Pep BandThursday at 3:30-5:00 pmRoom 005Rachel Zephir -
    FIDM Fashion ClubFor students interested in any aspect of design, fashion, or pursuing careers in creative industries.Thursday at 3:30-5:00Rm 020Monique Connealy -
    French Honor SocietyMonday at 3:30 PM - 4:30 PMGoogle MeetAnna Maria Cherubin & Dr. Laurent Rigal - &
    Future Business Leaders of AmericaFBLA is the high school division of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, Inc. FBLA helps high school students prepare for careers in business through academic competitions, educational programs, and leadership development. FBLA members may demonstrate their leadership skills through community service projects, fundraising activities, and chapter officer positions. Students may prepare for college and careers through a variety of leadership, community service, and academic activities. FBLA Membership Benefits include: Discounts, Scholarships, Publications, Awards and recognition programs.Wednesday at 3:30 - 4:30 pmZoomD. Caldwell-Brown - devon.brown@pgcps.orgFuture Business Leaders of America Website
    Future Healthcare ProfessionalsThursday at 3:30-4:30 pmEbony Robinson -
    GIT ClubStudents work on STEM/STEAM and tech projects.Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 3:30 - 5:30PMRoom 019Mr. Eisenberg -
    Improv ClubStudents learn the art of improv, with the opportunity to perform Monday-Friday at variesRoom 004Julie Ann Hawk - julie.hawk@pgcps.orgImprov Club Website
    International ClubInternational club enables students to embrace and celebrate diversity in not only the school but the world around them. The International club also encourages students to embrace differences in thoughts, ideas, and cultures; thus, making them better future leaders for the world. The club organizes various activities throughout the school year.Tuesday at 3:45 - 4:45pmRoom 136Dr. Tebid -
    International Thespian Society (ITS)Honor Society for Theatre StudentsMonday-Friday at variesRoom 004Mrs. Hawk - julie.hawk@pgcps.orgInternational Thespian Society (ITS) Website
    It's AcademicPractice for It's Academic and other Quiz Bowl tournaments Google Classroom Code: 6o4xjtyMonday at 3:30pm-5pmTemp 1Mr. Levy -
    J-Club, Japanese Honor SocietyJClub and JNHS exist to celebrate Japanese language and culture at Roosevelt. at Mr. Ogawa -
    Journalism ClubStudents contribute to an online and print school newspaper.( at 8am-8:30am208Ms. Heather Seyler - heather.seyler@pgcps.orgJournalism Club Website
    Junior Classical LeagueThe Junior Classical League is dedicated to encouraging enthusiasm for the culture of the ancient Romans and Greeks and the lessons that they can teach us today.Wednesday at 3:30-4:30pmTemp 21Mr. Moore -
    K ClubTo stimulate interest in the study of the Korean language, promote an in-depth understanding and appreciation of the culture, and play an ambassador role to bridge two culturesThursday at 3:30 - 5pmTemp 19Mr. Huh -
    Knitting & Crochet ClubMonday at 4-5 pmRoom 222AMrs. Rani -
    Latin Honor SocietyThe LHS is a service organization dedicated to promoting the Latin and Classical civilization.Friday at 3:30 - 5pmTemp 21Mr. Moore -
    Media Arts Production TeamThe purpose of the Media Arts Production Team is to record, edit, render, and/or post media arts projects, news (announcements), and events.Monday-Friday at Room 22/TV StudioAngela Batten -
    Mock TrialWe participate in trials based on the mock trial case of the school year. We compete against other teams in the county. We travel to various schools for competitions and eventually the PG County Courthouse when we participate in the playoffs.Monday, Thursday at 3:30-5:00Virtual / Room 236Mr. Hillegas -
    Mu Alpha ThetaMath Honor Society at 107Mr. Shellhamer -
    Muslim Student AssociationTo provide a safe space for students to learn about Islam & Muslims and provide an environment for Muslims and non-Muslims to be amongst their peers, discuss issues relevant to the Muslim Community, and raise awareness about them. Tuesday at 3:30-4:30pmRoom 240Mr. Abdelwahab - youssef.abdelwahab@pgcps.orgMuslim Student Association Website
    National Art Honor SocietyMonday at 3:30-5:00 pmZoom - National Art Honor Society Website
    National English Honors Society Our goal is to foster a community of students who excel at and have a passion for English, to provide support in the study of English to the student body and promote literacy in the greater community. Wednesday at Room 212Abigail Holtz - abigail.holtz@pgcps.orgNational English Honors Society Website
    National Honor SocietyTo recognize outstanding seniors who have demonstrated excellence in character, leadership, scholarship, and service. The club serves the Eleanor Roosevelt school community and the DMV community as well.Monday at 3:30-4:15pmUpper balcony, AuditoriumMs. Short & Ms. Gerald - & ola.gerald@pgcps.orgNational Honor Society Website
    Poetry ClubThe ERHS poetry club offers a safe space for students to appreciate, listen to, and write poetry. at Room 205Patrick Gleason -
    Science OlympiadWednesday at 3:30-4:30 pmEbony Robinson -
    Shrub ClubTo beautify the school grounds and learn about proper care of plants. at Patrick Gleason -
    Spanish Honor SocietyThe mission of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is to recognize high school achievement in Spanish and to promote interest in Hispanic studies and its culture.Monday, Wednesday at 3:30-4:30Room 217Kathryn Bynum -
    Storm SocietyThe main focus will be on weather safety and preparedness.Friday at Meets on Zoom twice a month (1st and 3rd Fridays) at 5:00pm Komar -
    Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)To provide students with the best prevention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions. Our goal is to make a difference in our peers' lives by offering fun, healthy, alternative choices in everyday life. Monday at 3:30 - 4:30 PMRoom 146Mrs. Read -
    TedEd ClubThe Ted-Ed Club supports students in discovering, exploring, presenting, and researching various ideas. We will also invite guest speakers to discuss topics in fields such as STEM, arts, business, etc! Contact Email" & & Micheal-Shader@pgcps.orgFriday at 3:30 - 4:00 p.m.Ms. Shader -
    The Hugs ClubHugs is a club, but even more than that, it's a community. It's a community of people who are looking to find themselves, share their stories, and make memories. Google Classroom Code - lm2wrjtFridays at VirtualChristine Wilkin -
    The Raider Book ClubThis is a great place for book lovers, nerds, and friends. We meet once a month, eat snacks, and talk about books.Friday at 3:30 - 4:30Room 211 Ms. Hickson - rachel.hickson@pgcps.orgThe Raider Book Club Website
    TRAC Bridge ClubThe Bridge Building Challenge is part MDOT's TRAC program, a hands-on education outreach program that teaches students how to apply math and science concepts to help identify and resolve engineering barriers in the transportation industry. By "Building," or creating this club we will help students learn different aspects in the Engineering world and by doing so they can use it in the future and overall to excel in their education/studies. Thursday at 4:30 - 5:00 p.m.Zoom.comMr. Nusum -
    Tri M Music SocietyMusic Honor Society is a service organizationMonday at 3:30-4:30 pmRoom 06David Yarbrough -
    UNICEF ClubStudents advocating for the protection of children's rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential.Tuesday at 3:30 PM - 4:00 PMShobha Rani -
    VEX RoboticsThe VEX system promotes high-quality STEM education that is essential, relevant, and continual. at Karen Bogoski -
    Victory GardenFarm to Table Plants and Vegetables Tuesday at 3:45 - 4:45 PMRoom 015Mrs. Car'Mon & Mr. Nusum - &
    WeRSTEMTo explore STEM opportunities from engineering, computer programming to the Trades and beyond. at Karen Bogoski -
    Women in STEMWiSTEM is an international organization that works to empower students interested in the sciences and support the initiative to address the gender disparity in STEM fields. at Destinee Cooper -
    YearbookCreation of the yearbookMonday-Friday at 3:30-5pmRoom 18Ms. Wright - kimberly.wright@pgcpg.orgYearbook Website
    Youth for Social ReformStudents trying to discuss ideas to promote social reforms and meet with officials to make a change for the future. Google Classroom Code: jhaucpaWednesday at 3:30- 4:30 pmT-1 (virtually)Matthew Levy -