Activities & Clubs

Club/Activity NameStaff Sponsor(s)DescriptionMeeting Time & Location
Wrestling ProgramIkjot SandhuOpen to all grades and skill levels.3pm-4:30pm on Wednesdays in the Cafeteria
Student CouncilMelissa Rolston, Ballu Grewal, Dave Pinton, Vaness ButlerA group of students, elected by their peers, organize events for the whole school.11:45am on Wednesdays in room 2105
Students for Social JusticeKelsey Barnhardt-LeungStudents who are interested in activism and running student-led initiatives for social changeWednesdays at lunch in room 1105
GSA (Gender Sexuality Alliance)Tiana Blouin, Kim RuddellOpen to allTuesdays at lunch in room 1105
B.A.M. (Brandon’s All Star Mentorship)Derrick Bassi, Jesse Hundal, Gary Sandhu, Aaron AkuneOpen to Grades 10-12 students who visit our feeder school to build connections with elementary students through recreational activities, mentorship and academic support.Twice a month on Friday’s at lunch in room 1002
Coding ClubCherie NagraOpen to all students, all levelsTuesdays at lunch in room 1301
D&D ClubLydia StepanovicOpen to allWednesdays 3-5pm in Alternate Portable
Robotics ClubKyle de JongOpen to any student interested in learning about roboticsTuesdays 3–4:30 PM in room 2305
NDSS DJing ClubChase RiveraTemporarily Invites only for Monday Sessions, May look at doing a drop-in style session in Jan. DJing program designed to teach students how to DJ, source music, and marketing.Mondays 2:50pm - 4-4-30pm in rm. 1603, Tentative Thursday drop-in sessions starting Jan.
Girls BhangraM. ParharGr. 8-12Studio/Cafeteria, *meeting times vary at the moment
YEP- Youth Empowerment ProgramR. GrewalSocial Emotional Support to immigrant & refugee students. Help guide their journey at NDS as well as in the community. A welcoming environment where students can seek support & have questions answered. Outdoor educational trips give students an opportunity to connect with one another and work on team building. Open to immigrant & refugee students.Mon,Tues,Wed & Friday, Room/Office 1208
Delta Youth Advisory Council (DYAC)A Akune, B ScarrDYAC is an opportunity for students to grow their leadership skills while pursuing school initiatives. Students from North Delta meet with DYAC members from other Delta high school once per month. The goal of DYAC is to enable student voice and for students to share their ideas and suggestions with district educational leaders.Please contact Mr. Akune and Mr. Scarr for more information.
North Delta Dance TeamShanelle HorobecOpen to all grades who have auditioned for the dance team.8:30am-9:25am on Wednesdays in the PASS or Theatre
Debate ClubAnthony MinichilliOpen to all newcomersTBD