Key Club at Manatee High School
K-Kids: Elementary School
Builders Club: Middle School
Key Club: High School
Circle K: College
Kiwanis: Post-College Adults
*All MHS Key Club members are expected to earn a minimum of 20 service hours per quarter! Failure to do so will result in a delinquency notice (warning) and possibly expulsion from the club.
*All Key Club members should ad their name to the sign-in sheet before attending a service project, be sure to show up (on time)!
-If you have any questions about a project, ask the project coordinator (their name and phone number should be on the sign-in sheet), a board member, or an advisor.
*Only hours earned at MHS Key Club projects count towards your quarter total of service hours for the club!
*The club secretary keeps track of all service hours, but you should keep a list of your own hours in case of a mistake.
MHS Key Club Project Procedure
- Add your name to the sign-in sheet. (But do not add your name to an already full list!)
- Make sure that you add your phone number to the sign-in sheet, as well as your name! (That way we can notify you if any information about the project changes...)
- Make sure you know when and where the project will be held.
- Be sure to bring any forms/waivers necessary.
- Be on time!
- Wear your club shirt (unless otherwise instructed).
- Sign-in and sign-out.
- Stay for your entire shift!
- If you have any questions, ask the project coordinator, a board members, or a faculty advisor.
MHS Key Club Committees
*K-Family Relations Committee:
-Works with sponsoring Kiwanis Club.
-Develops joint Key Club-Kiwanis activities- social, fund-raising, service projects, and joint board meetings.
-Sees that Kiwanians are invited to Key Club meetings.
-Promotes interaction with ofther branches of the K-Family.
-At least one representative from this committe should be present at all board meetings.
-Initiates and implements all service projects.
-Each member of this Committee should act as chairperson for several projects during the year.
-Attends weekly Project Committee meetings in addition to all regular club meetings and board meetings.
-Plans and promotes several fellowship and social activities, dances, parties, etc. and strives to keep the members interest.
-Traditional club events include: New Member Social, New Member Induction, Christmas Social, Valentines Spectacular, Club Officer Elections, and End-of-Year Banquet.
*Membership Development Committe:
-Advertises the club and recruits new members.
-Promotes attendance to all club functions.
-Educates all members about Key Club.
*Major Emphasis Program Comittee:
-Promotes the International Major Emphasis Program and Service Initiative.
-Devises projects for the club to implement the program.
-In charge of creating the club's scrapbook to be entered into competition at District Convention.
-Takes pictures at all service projects and club functions throughout the year!