Bronx Compass High School, 1980 Lafayette Avenue, Bronx, NY 10473

Last Name Club Name Days of the week Meeting Times Meeting (Start time and End Time) Description Zoom meeting code and password
Mr. Alvarez U.S. History Monday Tuesday 2:30pm - 5:30pm The Afro/Latino club will assist students in exploring identity. Students will have the opportunity to explore their cultural backgrounds, their history, culture and identity. Students will be able to share their findings with their peers. https://tinyurl.com/y6gbjkdj517949
Ms. Arroyo Rivera Art Club Monday 3:00pm - 5:00pm We will explore contemporary and historic artists, focusing on artists from underrepresented cultures, as well as the students' own backgrounds. We will also focus on current artists making work about what is happening in the world. We will also share our artwork with one another and then enter contests (physically or online) to share our artwork outside the school! We will work on developing a social media presence with the artwork of our students from our school! https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2644097812
Ms. Arroyo Rivera Art Club Monday 3:00pm - 5:00pm We will explore contemporary and historic artists, focusing on artists from underrepresented cultures, as well as the students' own backgrounds. We will also focus on current artists making work about what is happening in the world. We will also share our artwork with one another and then enter contests (physically or online) to share our artwork outside the school! We will work on developing a social media presence with the artwork of our students from our school! https://us02web.zoom.us/j/2644097812
Ms. Berroa Millennium Writers Wednesdays and Fridays 3:00pm - 4:30pm The Millennium Writer's will create and hold space for young writers interested in writing and exploring social issues that directly impact our community. Writers will workshop pieces, write using prompts, give and receive feedback, and explore the elements of good storytelling and performance. We will also study spoken word performers as models of inspiration. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/5231208344
Passcode: 181628 7812
Ms. Bhutta Social Activism Wednesday 2:45pm - 5:00pm Students will study different social issues that are of importance to them. Students in the Social Activism program will become active members of society through phone banking to call representatives about social/political issues, sign petitions, and create more awareness about societal issues in both our community and this country. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88024640546?pwd=aG9KVmFtanVjZmluVldVRVFsVHA4Zz09
Mr. Dwojak Creative Writing Club Monday/Wednesdays 4:30pm - 5:30pm In this club students will engage with videos and texts across various literary fields. After discussing the resources students will engage in writing prompts that will be tied into a specific topic weekly. Students will be given feedback on how to fix-up work, and will also have the opportunity to hear their fellow classmates work and comment on it. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84084790825?pwd=cm04R3ZtZjd1aWtib0d0L2tMVVVMdz09
PW: 882729
Mr.Edwards Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) Monday 2:45pm - 4:30pm In this club students will engage with videos and texts across various literary fields. After discussing the resources students will engage in writing prompts that will be tied into a specific topic weekly. Students will be given feedback on how to fix-up work, and will also have the opportunity to hear their fellow classmates work and comment on it. https://zoom.us/j/91804643463?pwd=WUxlVzRwZGhzNlp6b1g5bDJyK1N0dz09
Mr.Edwards Bring Change 2 Mind: Mental Health Awareness Club Tuesday 3:30pm - 4:30pm Safe and welcoming space for students of all sexualities and genders to freely express themselves, explore their gender and sexuality identities, learn about LGBTQ history, equality, legislation, etc. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88905128719?pwd=NVVrTmFYOVpmczUydlFNVEw2ZmdOQT09
Ms. Ewell Makeup & Wellness Tuesdays - Thursdays 3:35pm - 5:35pm We will meet to practice makeup and wellness tips. Students will learn about the 8 modes of wellness and identify methods of implementation in their daily self-care routines. https://zoom.us/j/95885696205?pwd=Y1Z2bW9CK01hR0pla05taHlVdGx0QT09
PW: 338023
Ms. Freed National Honor Society Monday, Wednesday 2:50pm - 4:50pm Students with grade point averages with an 85 of over (or students who aspire to have a grade point average of 85 or higher) are invited to NHS where they lead and conduct community service projects based on group interests. These can include creating cards for children in hospitals, volunteering at a local soup kitchen, creating and sharing coronavirus resources with the school community. (This activity is open to students of Bronx Bridges High School only.) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88603520637?pwd=dW4zaGc0eG00QXNEUFpuT3RzQkdHQT09
PW:000000
Ms. Kalathara and Ms. Sapuqoti Social Media Club Tuesday, Wednedays, and Thursdays 2:35pm - 5:35pm Our students will come together to share their social media talents and host events to engage their community. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89331882598?pwd=MlY1OUIrQ3pSNnBmZWlDUG5ZQWFodz09
Ms. Khoshaba Student Council Tuesday & Thursday 5:00pm - 6:30pm Our students will come together to share their social media talents and host events to engage their community. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83953219917?pwd=T1FqTTYreUg2OUVObEpoZlRZbnJBQT09
Meeting ID: 839 5321 9917
Passcode: 071710
Ms. Khoshaba Student Council Tuesday & Thursday 5:00pm - 6:30pm Student Council consists of student leaders who meet to discuss issues and the solutions required in order to address community needs. (This activity is open to students of Bronx Bridges High School only.) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83953219917?pwd=T1FqTTYreUg2OUVObEpoZlRZbnJBQT09
Meeting ID: 839 5321 9917
Passcode: 071710
Ms.Lamb Art Club M and W 4:30pm - 6:30pm Students will create artworks that integrate the English language, such as handmade children's books. (This activity is open to students of Bronx Bridges High School only.) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84116284066?pwd=V0dGZGJZcERLNEF1Nnp3d1dTV1ZRZz09
Passcode 216821
Mr. Luna Baseball Everyday, or as needed by the team. (in person) Saturdays (Remote) 5:00pm - 7:00pm or 4pm - 6pm / 11 am - 4 pm/5pm (Remote) The baseball club is an extension of the Stevenson baseball team that assist and reinforces student athletes. Students discuss and practice techniques that will allow them to improve their skills in the sport, as well as using these skills in everyday life. The club also explores other careers and opportunities for baseball players and those interested in a career in athletics. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86133201978?pwd=bWIza0tKU0hRN1NPVlhxR0gzRFBlQT09
Password: 431239
Ms. Mena LGBT Club Wednesdays 3:30pm - 5:30pm Our primary goal is to provide a safe space for members of the community and to encourage them to express themselves authentically. We will engage in meaningful discussion about LGBTQ issues. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89422924456?pwd=R0I1U0xWUVdjUHRVRW5ZM0FWK3VHZz09
Meeting ID: 894 2292 4456
Password: 817459
Mr. Mikhaiel Technology Club Tuesday & Thursday 4:00pm - 6:00pm In Technology Club students will learn about using a Mac to create and edit movies. using multiple apps like iMovie, Quick time and Keynote. We also learn about other applications that help students to prepare for their future. https://zoom.us/j/5272658572?pwd=b3JxVlZsQzF3ZFQ4dkFYTkRMWmNHZz09
Mr. Moro Math PM School Wednesday 2:30pm - 5:30pm A class offered to students who are in need of credit recovery in Math. (This activity is open to students of Millennium Arts Academy only.) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84135556261?pwd=L1pUNnJhZktlaitQaUlQQzh5V0VjQT09
Ms. Olivero Dance/Step Tuesday & Thursday 4:00pm - 6:00pm Learning to express emotions through dance. This club will explore many different styles of dance. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4230399147?pwd=eUVCb3owd3VGdFZ3MFViRlowQVIrUT09
Meeting ID: 423 039 9147
Passcode: 189852
Ms. Palomino Multicultural Thursday and Friday 3:00pm - 4:00pm The multicultural club offers an opportunity for students to celebrate their cultures and learn about all cultures represented at our school, as well as the New York City/United States culture. Furthermore, the students develop leadership skills, their creativity and talents by helping in the creation of multicultural activities and celebrations throughout the school year. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84802163151?pwd=VzdTT0tVN3kvTUhSdCtUSlhKYk1WUT09
Meeting ID: 848 0216 3151
Passcode: 698780
Ms. Ramirez Silva Science PM School Thursdays 2:30pm - 5:30pm Afterschool class offered to students who need a science credit. One day will be for living environment credit recovery and one day will be for Earth Science credit recovery. (This activity is open to students of Millennium Arts Academy only.) https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89268568637?pwd=VE0vUjIrNU5BOHRGQ28reFZuWGR4UT09
Meeting ID: 892 6856 8637
Passcode: 069827
Ms.Rivas Practicing the English Language Mondays and Wednesdays 4:00pm - 5:00pm This club is designed to assist English language learners to further develop their abilities in all modalities of the English language — that is, reading, writing, speaking and listening. We will do this by analyzing and discussing texts and films. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82645220728?pwd=OThJdDVkcGZqN3RpcmFPUlZHMnFKZz09
Mr. Swanzey ELA PM School Thursdays 2:30pm - 5:30pm A class offered to students who are in need of credit recovery in English. (This activity is open to students of Millennium Arts Academy only.) Meeting ID: 986 1628 7427 / Passcode: 622189
Mr. Van Voorhis Performing Arts Club Saturday and Sunday 10:00am - 1:00pm Students will explore all aspects of the performing arts: writing, directing, acting for stage, acting for film. The performing arts club will also have the benefit of guest actors, directors and professionals from the industry. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81097588658pwd=Kzc0ZGlwYjJhcWpEU0hMQUJEMGE5dz09
Meeting ID: 810 9758 8658
Passcode: 740236
Watkins Journalism Wednesday & Thursday 2:45pm - 5:45pm The Journalism club will explore the many aspects and career opportunities within the world of Journalism. We will do this by paying attention to current events and by publishing a school paper that will reflect the interests of the students in our school. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89722699970?pwd=bjVNSHZScWZ0cGk0WFMycDBYdnFpZz09
Meeting ID: 897 2269 9970
Passcode: 352806
Mr. Wellington Music Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays 3:35pm - 5:35pm Students will learn to play musical instruments and sing. Students will perform music together and organize concerts and events. Students will discuss and debate music and culture. TBD

CLUB: Dance/Step

Meeting Days:

Tuesday and Thursday , from 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Room #:

Dance Room 394

Description:

Learning to express emotions through dance

Model Used:

Legacy

Subjects/Categories Covered:

Main Office/CCI

Start Date:

9/14/2020

Club Moderator:

Judy Olivero

CLUB: Senior Committee

Meeting Days:

Wednesday and Friday , from 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Room #:

362

Description:

Promote self-awareness via self-reflection & Create socially conscious activities for the Seniors, by the Seniors!

Model Used:

Legacy

Subjects/Categories Covered:

Leadership, Community Organizing

Start Date:

9/14/2020

Club Moderator:

Ei Maung

Moderator's Biography:

Ei has been a science teacher at Bronx Compass High School since 2013, culinary arts & food science teacher since 2015, club facilitator with CCI since 2016, and senior activities coordinator and senior advisor since 2017.

Why should students join your club?

To discover your own strengths and identity through self-reflection, active participation, and collaboration with other senior leaders for a common goal -> Plan & Create the senior year for your class... to be the G.O.A.T. ^_^

Successes from Previous years:

Culinary Arts Club had great attendance and participation from several grades; also affiliated with Stone Barns, PENCIL and Food Network.

Senior Committee Club had great participation from the leaders of the senior class. We persevered through the COVID19 pandemic!

Goals for the coming year:

Promote self-awareness via self-reflection & Create socially conscious activities for the Seniors, by the Seniors!

CLUB: Journalism

Meeting Days:

Tuesday and Thursday , from 2:45pm - 5:45pm

Room #:

301

Description:

Exploring the many aspects and career opportunities within the world of Journalism.

Model Used:

CareerVisions

Subjects/Categories Covered:

English, Writing, Web Design, World History, Social Studies.

Start Date:

9/14/2020

Club Moderator:

Janelle Watkins

Moderator's Biography:

Ms. Watkins has worked in Journalism for over 15 years as an Arts & Culture writer. She has walked many red carpets, interviewed celebrities and traveled the world through her work in the industry.

Why should students join your club?

Student journalism benefits students, giving you the opportunity to express and improve your voice as well as enhance your academic skills. For instance, the ability to develop arguments in journalism pieces is a very important and useful skill in college and in the workplace.

Successes from Previous years:

Ms. Watkins has run the Journalism club for the past two years and through the club we created Bronx Compass' first ever, student-led newsletter, Compass Chronicles. We have gone on trips to Netflix headquaters and had many guest journalists visit our club.

Goals for the coming year:

Expand our readership and voice, adding new members and experimenting with video journals.

Adebowale Oshodi’s Youth Leadership Mentors Club using the Community Change Model for Community Organizing
Wednesdays, from 2:40 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Room 391

The Bronx Compass Mentor’s Club is designed to empower the student leaders. Through activities and reflection, leaders will leadership abilities and serve as mentors to their peers. 

The Bronx Compass Mentor’s Club is for students who want to become a bigger part of student leadership at Bronx Compass. Students will share their ideas through various forums with the principal. Students will also recruit and mentor underclassmen. 

The Mentor’s Club has been asked to visit middle school students to share their experiences of high school and share the various activities that Bronx Compass has to offer. The Mentor’s Club members are also active tutors, mentors and “Restorative Justice” leaders in the school. 7 out of 8 student members of the Bronx Compass Restorative Justice team are also Bronx Compass Mentors.  In The Mentor’s Club we focus on self-determination and self improvement. Compass Mentors are always in a state of reflection and assessment of their weaknesses and strengths to further better themselves. 

This semester, the Mentor’s Club will be working on creating the Restorative Justice Team at Bronx Compass. Restorative Justice is an idea that the community takes a bigger role in deciding measures of discipline especially for non-safety related incidents that occur within the Bronx Compass Community. 

The Bronx Compass Mentor’s Club will bring lasting change to Bronx Compass High School. 


Zlatica Horcinova’s Environmental Club using the Community Change Model for Community Organizing
Thursdays, from 2:35 p.m. to 5:05 p.m.
Room 349

Zlatica Horcinova’s Environmental Club was created out of the need to get students involved in sustaining life on our beautiful planet. In the Environmental Club, Students will learn more about the environment and increase their appreciation about nature. Students will ultimately be able to teach others about nature and the environment.

Students will take the steps necessary to maintain a healthy and sustainable environment. Students will develop a plan for increasing recycling at the school. Students will engage the school community in collecting paper and plastic bottles. Students will go on trips to open student minds about the environment. Other activities will include hiking and learning about sustainable energy.