Club or Organization Description Meeting Day(s) and Time Meeting Location Advisor(s) Website(if applicable)
Art Club The Art and Mural Club are for all
students that interested to be
part of experimentation with art
materials, activities such as
museum trips, collaboration with
teacher to decorate areas in the
school, learn painting, drawing, etc.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
from 3:00-4:00 pm
Room 183 Ms.Cordero N/A
Class Advisor 2022 Fundraising, prom venues and cost,
themes, graduation, Senior class trips,
and production for Class of 22 Senior
Some weeks
Wednesday, Friday
2:45-3:45 pm
Room 242 Ms. Magaraci
& Ms. Hale
Class Advisor 2025 Fundraising, prom venues and cost,
themes, graduation, Senior class trips for
Class of 2025
1st Wednesday of the
3:00-4:00 pm
Room 601 Mr. Govahn  
Dance Club DANCE CLUB is open to all students
who want to dance. Students may
work on choreography or movement
from class. Student have an
opportunity to work with dance
teacher to prepare them for a
performance or college audition.
3:00-4:00 pm
Room 185 Mr. Taylor  
Graduation for PHS Coordinating Graduation Details:
Cap and gown ordering for both
seniors and dignitaries throughout
district; programs created and
printed; creation of tickets and
printed, meeting with district depts.:
Superintendents Panel, PHS Admin
Team, Security, Buildings and
Grounds, Custodial, Police Dept.,
Mayor's Office; ordering of sashes
for NHS, AH, and other clubs;
practices for seniors one inside and
one outside minimum; graduation
script created.
Twice a month, more
frequent as graduation
Guidance Conference
Ms. Taffaro/
Ms. Green/
Ms. Vaca
Horticulture Club The mission is to beautification of
inside and outside the school. To
improve the school environment
with trees, grass and flowers. Work
with students and staff to motivate
them to enjoy gardening and to have
a positive attitude toward
agriculture practices.
2:45-4:00 pm
School Gardens Ms. Williams  
Hydroponics Club The hydroponic program is STEM
based. Students will create an irrigation
system that will propel nutrients for
plants, without the use of soil, with
water that circulates i a closed hydro
system. Students will focus primarily on
shallow root system plants such as leafy
vegetables and annual herbs.
9:00 am-12:00 pm
Room 181 Mr. Wessells/Mr. Powell  
Jazz Club Students will perform jazz and rock
songs for performances.
2:45-3:50 pm
Room 106 Mr. Brehm  
LASO is Cultural, Social, Education
and Civics organization, which is
open to all students at PHS. The goal
is to promote cultural positivity,
awareness, empowerment and representation in all aspects of the
educational experience.
2:45-4:00 pm
Career Center
Mr. Galarza
Library Club To advocate for greater use of the
library and to promote various
literacies at the student level.
2:45-3:15 pm
Media Center
Mr. Lainson  
Mural Club The Mural Club are for all students
that interested to be part of
experimentation with art materials,
activities such as museum trips,
collaboration with teacher to
decorate areas in the school, learn
painting, drawing, etc. The club
fosters a sense of camaraderie for
students interested in the arts so
that they can support each other in
their artistic pursuits. The Mural Club
will work the Senior Class Mural.
Tuesday and Wednesday
3:00-4:00 pm
Room 183 Ms. Cordero  
Photography Photography club give an introduction
into digital photography as an Art media.
Students will learn how to take
photographs with a camera and be able
to edit and save all their photos online
2:50-3:30 pm
Room 187 Mr. Cheung  
PHS Players
Drama Club
The PHS Players directly respond to the
increased need for created written works
that will create memories of the present
and embraceable dreams of the future for
the students and staff of African,
Caribbean and Latin descent at Plainfield
High School. In turn, this improves the
services provided by myself and the
administration’s abilities to educate the
student/staff body and preserve African/Caribbean/Latin-American history
and culture. The club not only benefits
PHS, but directly impacts the community
it serves.
Monday and Tuesday
2:50-4:00 pm
Room 200 Ms. Hawthorne  
Robotics Club Plainfield High School has participated in
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition
of Science and Technology) since 1997.
The team vision is to give minority
students an opportunity to explore and
establish lifelong STEAM careers that
promote local and global collaboration for
a better society. Our mission is to give
back to our community and help foster
the next generation of FIRST Robotics
team members who continue our legacy
of helping others.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday
& Saturday
2:50-4:00 pm
9:00 am-2:00 pm
Room 136 Ms. Johnson  
Sewing Club Sewing club for students who want to
learn sewing basics and how to repair,
recycle, and upcycle clothes.
3:00-4:00 pm
Room 149 Ms. DeMarco  
Student Council Responsible for student activities Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
3:00- 4:00pm
Room 163 Ms. S . Smith  
The National Honor Society The National Honor Society (NHS) is
a nationwide organization for high
school student in the United States
and outlining territories. Selection is
based on four criteria: scholarship,
leadership, service and character.
THE NHS requires service to the
community, school and other
3:00-4:00 pm
Media Center Mr. Best