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Welcome to the BHS Key Club home page!  Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 5,000 clubs. Key Club is represented in 31 countries.
Our school's club is part of the Kentucky-Tennessee District and we are members of Division 12.   On this site you will find a sample of the many things that we are involved in!   
Officer Election Information
If you are interested in running for any of our officer positions in the BHS Key Club--then download and fill out an application NOW!!  
Special note to all applicants--this position is a year-long commitment. You must be willing to actively give your time and effort to your school and this club. You must regularly attend the general and executive board meetings as well as occasional meetings designated by your advisor during the summer and/or as needed. Forms must be fully completed and signed by student and parent. Completed forms must be turned in by the end of the school day on April 16th, 2015 in person to Mrs. Boggs in order to be eligible to run for office. Incomplete applications will not be considered. This year officers will be selected through an election/caucus process held during our respective lunch periods based on desired position. Officer installation will take place during our end-of-year-picnic that is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, May 27th at the community park next to the public swimming pool.

There are 9 officer positions available for election in the BHS Key Club. Please be aware of the time commitment that this position entails. If you are a student who is active in multiple clubs, please be aware that the officers meet EVERY WEDNESDAY @ 8:00 and the club meets the 1st and 3rd Fridays of each month. Check with your other clubs and make sure that this schedule doesn’t conflict. If you know you can’t make this meeting time (which is a set time rotation to help avoid conflicts; then strongly consider where your priorities will lie. This is a very active club and our officers are at the very heart of this organization.

Please review the duties and manuals for your desired position with the link provided. You must be knowledgeable about the duties and responsibilities of the position you are running for.

Positions being elected for the 2015-2016 school year: 


  • President--In addition to the duties listed on the webpage link, he/she will also be responsible for leading officer meetings, creating/distributing meeting agendas, assigning project chairs, maintaining club activities & calendar
  •  Vice President--In addition to the duties listed on the webpage link, he/she will also be responsible for creating/distributing Tiger Times Newsletter bi-monthly, maintain constant contact with K-T District Lieutenant Governor, assisting president in all duties, work in president’s absence at meetings/events
  •  Secretary--In addition to the duties listed on the webpage link, he/she will also be responsible for completing & submitting monthly reports to K-T District by 10th of the month, maintain club records, keep minutes of all meetings (executive and club), create an organized filing system to for all Key Club related documentation & paperwork
  •  Treasurer--In addition to the duties listed on the webpage link, he/she will also be responsible for attending training session with Mrs. Correro, collect club dues and submit ON TIME (by November 1st), responsible for ordering and distributing club t-shirts, taking attendance at each meeting and maintaining an accessible online record of this information (as well as submit to secretary for filing), must have a dues report prepared & delivered at each meeting (executive and club)
  •  Historian/Bulletin Editor--In addition to the duties listed on the webpage link, he/she will also be responsible for collecting & maintaining pictures of all club events and socials, must create & submit a club scrapbook at the K-T District Convention (DCON), must recruit & find club members to create poster (digital or traditional) and video for K-T DCON competition.
  • Class Officers--These members are responsible for any and all direct contact for questions and concerns from members of your class, maintain up-to-date service hour sheets for members at each club meeting and pass along to district secretary, handle memberships and increase them for your respective class, encourage sign-ups, retain members, be the leader of your class in competitions and fundraising activities as well as the following class specific responsibilities:
    • 12TH Grade Rep--Create & maintain club blog entry on club webpage weekly that details events/happenings in our club and highlights a CLUB MEMBER OF THE WEEK spotlight (must be submitted by midnight on Wednesday of each week)
    • 11th Grade Rep--Create, maintain & update calendar & club bulletin board that will be outside of Boggs’ classroom (room 112)—theme must change monthly and include updated photos of club members doing service activities.
    • 10th Grade Rep--Maintain social media accounts for BHS Key Club (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, etc) that ensures that our club has a positive and active social media presence in our various activities and events, prepare any and all school announcements for promotion of club activities & events 
    • 9th Grade Rep-- Establish contact with our Kiwanis sponsor, Mike Brooks, and maintain sign-up & attendance at weekly Kiwanis Luncheons, must distribute & collect permission slips for luncheon each week, must also inform Mr. Brooks, Key Clubbers, and Mrs. Farmer who is attending each week.
2015 K-T District Convention in Lexington, Kentucky
We had an AMAZING time at the Kentucky-Tennessee District Convention this year!  
Our club walked away with tons of ideas and new friends....
...but also we were able to participate in an awesome district-wide service project called Project Linus--where we made blankets for the children who are inpatients at a local hospital.
We were fortunate enough to win a few awards along the way...
(Although everything we do involves the entire club, a special "shout out" goes to the following members who were recognized for their outstanding efforts at  K-T DCON-->2nd Place Talent--Landon Helton, 2nd Place Oratorical Contest--Brooke Hardin, 2nd place Video--Bailey Kellem, Cierra Kelty, Alicia Luckett, 2nd Place Special Service Project--Becca Filiatreau, Honorable Mention Impromptu Essay Contest--Hannah Rosenbaum)  Way to go!! 
We were so glad to be able to bring 21 members to this very special event.  We sure do clean up nice!!
But most importantly, we hope to see your smiling face on this bus next year!!  Get ready for the time of your life!! :)
Here's to a FABULOUS 2015-2016 Key Club Year!! :) 
Remind 101
Remind 101 is a message reminder service that I utilize in this club. It allows parents & students to receive text messages (or e-mails, if you prefer) that serve as reminders from me about events/service opportunities/meeting reminders, etc. that are occurring in this club.
To sign up for the service, text the message @bhskey to 81010. The service will then ask you for your name (if you are a new member) and then you are signed up for the messages.
Officers & Advisors
Becca Filiatreau--
Emily Rodriguez-- 
Devin Boggs
Josie Wiseman
Bulliten Editor
Cierra Kelty
Class Representatives
Senior--Alicia Luckett
Junior--Sherrika Howell
Sophomore--Cole Bradley
Freshman--Brooke Hardin
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