|The Talon – Mr. Mark Wisniewski, Advisor |
ESHS's newspaper, The Talon, is a monthly publication available to all students. Composed by students from grades 9 through 12, articles include news, commentary, art, sports, and special features. The Talon involves students in all aspects of the news including reporting, editing, and layout.
Yearbook – Mr. John White & Mrs. Heather Arena, Advisors
The Pioneer, the senior high yearbook, is delivered in May. The staff tries to photograph each student, faculty member, and building support staff member so that a lasting record of the school year exists.
Stage Crew – Mr. William Cain, Advisor
The stage crew is responsible for the preparation and the staging of all productions presented in the auditorium. Music, lighting, props, microphones, and other production materials must be procured from and operated by the stage crew. Students interested in joining this activity should see the faculty sponsor.
Eagleaires – Mrs. Andrea Brumbach, Advisor
Eagleaires are selected by audition and director’s choice. There will be a maximum of twenty (20) singers selected. All rehearsals will be outside of school time, that is, not during the scheduled school day. The only prerequisite for Eagleaires membership is participation in the high school chorus for the entire school year (both semesters). The basic criterion for the group is a balance and quality of sound. Auditions will be held in the fall after the auditions for County and District Choruses.
Marching Band – Ms. Micki Potlunas & Mr. Terry Lorah, Advisors
The ensemble is open to
any music student playing a band instrument or wishing to be part of the band front. The group will play at all Eagle football games, selected parades and possibly some adjudications. Requirements for participation in the group are a strong sense of dedication and a desire to be part of a class operation and spirited ensemble.
S.A.D.D. – Ms. Christina Pinkerton, Advisor
Students Against Destructive Decisions is Exeter’s representation in a national effort to combat the perils of poor decision making. Fundraising, public relations and school activities are sponsored throughout the year.
Latin Club – TBA, Advisor
Latin Club promotes the study of Latin and the culture of the Roman Empire. Activities include a Latin banquet held toward the end of the school year.
ESHS (Exeter Students Helping Students) – Mrs. Deborah Lambdin, Advisor
ESHS is run by students who have been trained to mediate conflicts between/among classmates at school.
Quiz Bowl – Mr. Robert Wickstrom, Advisor
The Quiz Bowl team competes with other schools in four matches coordinated by the BCIU. Teams compete to answer questions that range from trivia to arts and science. Quiz Bowl members also participate in the computerized Knowledge Master Open competition in fall and spring.
Mock Trial Club – Mrs. Deborah Lambdin, Advisor
The Mock Trial Club develops speaking skills that are essential for aspiring lawyers, actors, politicians and those pursuing many other careers. Activities include debates on current events and real trials in real courtrooms.
The Mock Trial program consists of students participating in a trial and assuming the roles of prosecutors, defense attorneys, witnesses, plaintiffs and defendants. Students compete against other schools who try the same case. This makes the activity challenging and fun.
National Honor Society – Mrs. Ann Rockowicz and Ms. Marijo Steffy, Advisors
Candidates for the National Honor Society are required to have at least one semester of attendance at Exeter Township Senior High School and be members of the junior or senior classes. Students who have a 95 percent weighted cumulative grade point average at the end of grade 10 or 11 are eligible for an invitation to the society. They are then selected by the faculty on the basis of service, character, and leadership. Each member of the society must maintain his/her 95 percent cumulative weighted average.
Student Council – Mrs. Jill Rudy, Advisor
Student Council is the government and the voice of the student body. The organization acts on behalf of the students in matters concerning the faculty, administration, and the student body.
Jazz Band – Ms. Micki Potlunas, Advisor
Jazz Band membership is determined
by an audition held the previous spring. Standard big band jazz instrumentation will be used. A variety of jazz styles will be explored, and the group will perform at most concerts and for various civic occasions. Member-ship in concert band (orchestra for string-based instruments) is required.
Y-Teens – Ms. Marijo Steffy, Advisor
Y-Teens is a service organization that serves the school and community. Most activities and meetings are held outside of school hours. Y-Teens welcomes dedicated persons with a desire to serve others!
Leo Club – Mr. Will Lasky, Advisor
Leo Club is a co-ed service club sponsored by the Exeter Township Lions Club.
Key Club – Mrs, Gabriella Wegman, Advisor
Key Club is a co-ed high school service organization. The members fulfill the objectives of their club through projects of all types. New members are selected from all grades in the fall of the year.
F.E.A. – Mrs. Jill Rudy, Advisor
Future Educators of America is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in education.
German Club – Mrs. Carolyn Woodford, Advisor
The German Club provides students with activities to advance their German language skills and cultural awareness. These activities include German conversation during meals at local restaurants, hosting activities for the German American Partnership Program, as well as organizing other cultural events.
T.E.A.M. – Mr. Joshua Keller, Advisor
T.E.A.M. (Together Exeter Achieves More) is a mentoring program matching high school students with adults. Two "school-wide events" held in November and February introduce the program to students. At this time adult members participate with students in a range of activities that may include volleyball, arts and crafts, community service, basketball, ping-pong, pickle ball, badminton, etc... Other activities are held monthly in small groups and may include horseback riding, hiking, canoeing, rope climbing, a cookie-bake, etc… The ultimate goal of the program is to match students with a "significant other" in a big-brother/big-sister relationship.
View T.E.A.M. website
Additional Advisors & Organizations
Freshman Class Advisor - Mrs. Juli Bertin
Sophomore Class Advisor - Mr. Lowell Keebler
Junior Class Advisor - Mrs. Ann Rockowicz
Senior Class Advisor - Mr. Eric Daney
Science Clubs - Ms. Lori Soraparu, Mr. William Lasky, Mr. Lowell Keebler, Mrs. Anastasia Lawrence
Fall Drama Production - Mr. & Mrs. William Cain
All-School Musical - Mr. & Mrs. William Cain
Photography Club - Mr. Stanley Okuniewski
Emergency Services Club - TBA
Chess Club - TBA
Spanish Club - Mrs. Tammy DeFusco & Ms. Kelsey Billie
French Club - Mrs. Rebecca Lapic
GSA - Mrs. Nancy Gajewski
FCA - Mr. Joshua Keller
TSA - Mr. Terry Lorah
TEPS - Mrs. Andrea Brumbach