Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. It's a great way to help your school and community, meet friends, and gain leadership skills.

Caring – Our Way of Life

Key Club Announcements

Have a great summer!

 

DCON Awards🏆

Congratulations to Vivian Lee, who won Editor of the Year from DCON! 🙌🎉

Our Key Club also won for Best Scrapbook, which was created by Maymie Burris, Vivian Lee, and Samantha Abbey. 🎉🙌

Our Key Club received honorable mentions for Major Emphasis, Single Service, and Poster. 

 

  

How to become a Key Club Member

Step One: Please click on the link on the side bar: Key Club Registration 2020-2021.
Step Two: Have your parent or guardian create an account using www.studentquickpay.com/pwcs. 

Parents should click "Create an Account" and then add students by their student number. 
Once that is done, payment of $12 should be made by clicking Key Club dues and using Credit Card information. Ms. Starkey and Ms. Burke will then obtain the list in order to match payment to our registration.

DUES DEADLINE: Closed

How To Be An Active Key Club Member

  • Remember that ONLY time devoted to service equates to hours earned. Students may not earn hours through donation of products. 
  • 20 Volunteer Hours By End-of-Year Deadline (2020-2021 year only):
    • 15 Hours MUST be Key Club Hours
    • 5  Hours can be either Outside Hours or Key Club Hours
  • Key Club Hours:
    • Any volunteer time spent at a Key Club sponsored event
    • Club meetings, anything posted on School Fusion or other Key Club social media
  • Outside Hours:

    • Any community service activity not sponsored by Key Club
    • Outside Hours must be documented on the form located under Files ("Hour Sheets") and turned in within two weeks of the event
Once you have turned in your dues and forms, you can check how many hours you have through the"Key Club Hours" link found under the side bar.
 

Key Club Opportunities:


Key Club Hours Submission
We will be collecting all hours virtually this year through an Office365 form. Please see the link on the sidebar titled: Key Club Hours Submission 2020-2021 to update your hours. You do NOT have to resubmit if you have submitted hours prior to Sept. 2020, over the summer. Please stay tuned for our updated hours spreadsheet so you can access an updated version of your hours.


Key Club All-Member Meeting Information
Make sure you register if you're interested in attending meetings (using the registration link mentioned above). This is how you will receive the Zoom link to meet a few days prior to each meeting date. Dates are listed below. 

Rules for meetings:
1) All members will remain on MUTE during the meeting.
2) The chat box will ONLY be open for question or comment at the end.
3) If you miss a meeting, an update will be posted so you have the same information that was given.



Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
Facebook:
Battlefield Key Club

Twitter:

@BattlefieldKC

Instagram:
@BattlefieldKeyClub

Photo Submission:
battlefieldkeyclubphotos@gmail.com

Questions:
Feel free to contact anyone below or email:
battlefieldkeyclub@gmail.com


Our 2021-2022 Key Club Officers
President: Emma McMurrer
Vice-President: Eliza Mahmood
Secretary: Reema Kapoor
Editor: Ebru Ayyorgun
Treasurer: Rahil Karkar
Webmasters:
Summaya Osmani and Sabrina Yap
12th Grade Representative: Kaeli Jarvis
11th Grade Representative: Raymond George
10th Grade Representative: Samantha Abbey

Sponsors: Ms. Starkey and Ms. Burke

Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others.Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. It's a great way to help your school and community, meet friends, and gain leadership skills.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others.Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. It's a great way to help your school and community, meet friends, and gain leadership skills.
Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. What makes Key Club so successful is the fact that it is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through serving others.Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. It's a great way to help your school and community, meet friends, and gain leadership skills.
Give our club feedback by using the link on the sidebar. We're always open to hearing your thoughts!
Give our club feedback by using the link on the sidebar. We're always open to hearing your thoughts!
For my summer service project I will be making and decorating birthday boxes! This will take place on Monday June 24th from 3:00-4:30 at the Haymarket Gainesville Library:)
For my summer service project I will be making and decorating birthday boxes! This will take place on Monday June 24th from 3:00-4:30 at the Haymarket Gainesville Library:)
For my summer service project I will be making and decorating birthday boxes! This will take place on Monday June 24th from 3:00-4:30 at the Haymarket Gainesville Library:)

Contacts

Starkey, Mary Beth
Email:  starkem@pwcs.edu

Club Sponsor
Burke, Gina
Email:  burkegk@pwcs.edu

Club Sponsor
Emma  McMurrer
Email:  mcmurreg22@pwcs-edu.org

Club President