The MHS Key Club is sponsored by the Middleton Kiwanis Club and is a part of Key Club International, the largest community service organization for high school students in the country. Through service, Key Club seeks to better the community while developing student leaders. Key Club is a student-led organization that does many exciting projects including working at school carnivals, volunteering at area run/walks, visiting with the elderly, and running our Halloween food drive for MOM, just to name a few. Leadership training opportunities are also available to interested members.
The MHS Key Club also helps to organize MHS' Relay for Life, which has raised over $120,000 for the American Cancer Society since its inaugural year. For more information on our relay this Spring, please visit our Relay for Life site
Key Club meetings usually take place two Thursdays a month in the PAC. Meetings begin promptly at 7:50am. Please arrive a few minutes early to sign in. For more information about meeting dates and times please visit our club website
All Middleton High School and Clark Street Community School students are welcome to be members of the Key Club. To become a member, students must submit $15.00 in membership dues in addition to the $21.00 school club fee. All payments MUST be made through the school FeePay system with scholarships available to students in need. Members and their parents/guardians must also read the "Informational Parent Letter" and sign the "Membership Expectations Form." This form should be turned in at a Key Club meeting or to Ms. Revello's mailbox. Finally, students must fill out a Google form in order to be considered a rostered member of Key Club. Forms and resources can be found here
In order to maintain "active" status, members are expected to attend a minimum of three meetings per semester and complete a minimum of five community service hours per semester. The five hours per semester must encompass at least two different projects. Hours must then be signed by an event supervisor and submitted to be credited to your total.
Service Learning Opportunities:
September to May - Wide varieties of projects including Relay for Life, Salvation Army bell ringing, CANstruction, Volunteering at MOM food pantry, and various charity walks: 10 hours minimum required.
Megan Revello: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 608 829 9731