WHO ARE WE
JHS is in Division 21 of the Pacific Northwest District, in which our mascot is the bumblebee (which may or may not be very apparent). JHS Key club has over 150+ members, making us the biggest club at Jackson! Our club is very dedicated, with an estimate of over 1000 hours of community service annually. Our club meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday in the commons, annex, or Kalina's room in the C-Wing!
WE ARE DIVISION 21
There are 13 schools within the Key Club district of 21
CASCADE // EDMONDS WOODWAY
GLACIER PEAK // JACKSON // KAMIAK // LAKE STEVENS
LYNNWOOD // MARINER // MEADOWDALE // MONROE
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE // SNOHOMISH // NORTH CREEK
WHO ARE WE?
We don't make keys (but we can!)
Key Club does, however, hold the key to opportunity and better communities through volunteering. We are an international student-led organization that provides our members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
KEY CLUB'S HISTORY
Key Club International was founded in 1925 by Sacramento High School in California; it is now the oldest, largest, and most successful non-profit student-led organization for high school students. Key Club assists Kiwanis in carrying out its mission to serve the children of the world. We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide. Key Club has more than 270,000 members in 5,300+ clubs and is represented in 37 countries!
WE ARE EVERYWHERE
Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermud, Brazil, Canada,
Cayma Islands, China, Colombia, CostaRica, Curacao, Dominica, Ecuador, England, Germany,
Guadeloupe, Guyana, Hungary, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Malaysia, Martinique,
New Caledonia, New Zealand, Panama, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea,
St. Lucia, Taiwan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands,
United Arab Emirates, United States of America
MEET THE OFFICERS
"Hey there, I am STOKED to be the President of JHS Key Club! I hope to make our club the best it will ever be when it comes to having fun while also serving the larger community surrounding us. I truly hope to build this club to become a family that you all can count on. Contact me at any time about anything Key Club or to just say hello. Keep the positive vibes strong!"
"Hi, I'm Alex Day. I'm a sophomore, and am the incoming 2020-2021 Key Club Vice President! Some fun facts about me is that I've dyed my hair 158 times and counting (no it's not aggressively damaged). I enjoy blue Gatorade and I wear random homemade earrings. I'm very excited to help lead Key Club this coming year and to make it even better than the last!"
(Ryan Park is on the left)
"Hello my fellow Keyuties. My name is Ryan Park, I am a junior and am going to be your new Secretary for the upcoming school year. A funny story about me is how I sat on doggy doodoo and proceeded to get blasted by a hose. I look forward to getting to know you all!"
"Hey Key Clubbers! I'm Claudia Abuga, a sophomore, and I am the next 2020-2021 Treasurer. Some fun facts about me is that I'm very good at math, and I enjoy playing the drums and painting. I love volunteering and have been apart of Key Club since freshman year. I am ready to make this year better than the last!"
Editor (Bulletin Editor)
(Geo Nguyen is on the left)
"Hey bees! My name is Geo Nguyen, I'm a junior and am extremely excited to serve as your returning Bulletin Editor. I love the visual arts and have an unhealthy obsession with fashion, sneakers, and sushi. I look forward to building this club and to making many unforgettable memories with you all. Don't hesitate to contact me. I'm not just your officer but I'm also your friend! :-)"
Editor (Web Master)
"Hey Key Clubbers! my name is Christine Ngo and I am your returning Webmaster. I am in 11th grade and a fun fact about me is that I've dyed my hair over 30 times hehe. I am excited to spend this year with you guys. We've got many fun things planned. :D"
"Hey Key Clubbers! My name is Olivia Kim. I'm currently a sophomore and I'll be your Key Club Intern. I'm really excited to be apart of the officer board and will work hard. A fun fact about me is that my favorite dog is a malamute. :)"
District Lieutenant Governor of Division 21
OUR PARTNERS/PREFERRED CHARITIES
"Our mission is simple: Build a socially-conscious generation of young people who END the global water crisis. We do this by educating students about it and activating them to rock the clean water cause & build real water projects all over the world. Why Water? Health and Sanitation: Waterborne diseases kill more children every single year than AIDS, Malaria, and all world violence combined. Small children typically do not have strong enough immune systems to fight diseases like cholera, dysentery, or schistosomiasis." (PNW KEY CLUB)