Environmental Club Revitalized for the School Year

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With the beginning of a new school year, the student body has been exposed to a wide variety of new clubs and activities. Along with the creation of new groups, old clubs have had to adapt in order to remain relevant in the school. Junior here at Blue Valley North Andrew Wehner had some comments about how the environmental club is facing these changes as well.

“The club has changed in a few key ways. We have new charismatic leadership under Mitchell English. He has done a lot to really create a more organized club, along with creating a more professional and energized atmosphere within the club,” said Wehner.

Along with leadership changes, Andrew has noticed a positive change in membership retention as well.

“The members of the club seem more present than they were last year. It’s not as transparent and loose as it was last year, and I can already see clear growth,”

As a whole, Wehner believes that the environmental club will make the changes it needs to in order to maintain attention in the school, and that was made evident simply in the first several meetings.

“Overall, I would describe the club as promising, growing, and full of potential.”

Environmental club presidents discuss orders of business before a meeting.
Environmental club presidents discuss orders of business before a meeting.
Environmental club members observe the snakes in Mr.Ollig's room for their first meeting.
Environmental club members observe the snakes in Mr.Ollig’s room for their first meeting.