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Club Spotlight: Amazing Raiders Club

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IT’S AMAZING The new club, Amazing Raiders Club, already has a big following. The group helps students become more involved and interactive with special needs students.

IT’S AMAZING The new club, Amazing Raiders Club, already has a big following. The group helps students become more involved and interactive with special needs students.

Photo by Erika Zaragoza

Photo by Erika Zaragoza

IT’S AMAZING The new club, Amazing Raiders Club, already has a big following. The group helps students become more involved and interactive with special needs students.

Nalani Nuylan, Rumbler Staffer

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What is Amazing Raiders? “Amazing Raiders Club teaches students how to interact with special needs students. It bridges that gap between the students. It creates a small atmosphere for all students, it builds heathy relationships.” –co-sponsor Kailah Ramsey

The idea that started it all: Senior Hunter Hinze’s unexpected death last spring led to the club being started. The founders were surprised when only a few students attended the funeral.

Club Members: Between 20 to 30 students

Meets: During Advocate once a month and after school. Also in the ICAP room on iChoose days.

What do you want to be remembered for? “For helping build a sense of unity among the school with every student in it,” –co-sponsor Hector Vega

What do you want to see happen because of Amazing Raiders? “To make kids at Rouse feel they belong in the school,” -sophomore Brent Schaefer

You know you’re in ARC when… “You feel a sense of joy knowing that you have done something to help somebody else out.” -Vega

Bekah Turner and Earl Beechum play a game during ARC's meeting, Oct. 7.

Photo by Erika Zaragoza
Bekah Turner and Earl Beechum play Rock, Paper, Scissors during ARC’s meeting, Oct. 7.

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