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Academic Bowl

Josh Robberson

Academic Bowl is one of the areas of competition regulated by the OSSAA. Its stated purpose is to "enhance the learning and intellectual pursuit of Oklahoma students". The OSSAA guidelines for Academic Bowl are published in the OSSAA Rules and Regulations Handbook, and are sent to each high school. The OSSAA oversees an Academic Bowl Board of Directors which directs the competition in the format of a District Tournament, a Regional Tournament, an Area Tournament, and a State Tournament to be conducted yearly.

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Art Club

Vicki Cowger

To promote the development and appreciation of art in our school.

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BGs

Shanna McNutt

The BGs' purpose is to entertain, teach, motivate, and inspire. We entertain all sorts of audiences from half time at games to area school tours. We hope to motivate, teach, and inspire students to never give up and that anything is possible if they put their minds to it. We also want to motivate people in areas such as health, fitness, drug awareness, creativity, and self confidence. It takes discipline, will power, and great physical strength and endurance to be a BG. We want to motivate students to challenge their selves and push their physical level. We want to show them that being fit and healthy can be fun.

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Band

Laura Smith

To develop the skills of the students necessary to become capable and intelligent performers, creators, and consumers of music and to develop talent to the highest potential.

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Beta Alpha Phi

Kellye Griffin

This is an original program created by a former Byng Speech and Drama teacher. Beta Alpha Phi is considered an honorable program for speech and theater students because admission is allowed based on achievement on the stage, at competition, in the drama classroom, and outside of the school. Students are awarded points based on attitude, theater performances, competition work, and contributions to the Byng Speech and Drama program. Beta Alpha Phi encourages and supports community service projects.

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Business Professionals 
of America 
(BPA)

Julie Wall, Kristi Lofton

BPA--Business Professionals of America is the leading Career Technical Student Organization for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields. BPA has more than 51,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states.

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Chess Club

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The Chess Club was organized to offer students an opportunity to learn to play chess and/or improve their chess skills. Students play for the fun of it, not for a grade. Our goal is to become a team that is able to compete with the Chess Clubs of other schools. We meet before school one day per week, and the students have no enrollment procedure, no fees, and no requirements at all.

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Drama

Kellye Griffin

Drama focuses on the many aspects of theater including but not limited to: terminology/vocabulary, history, script and character analysis, various methods of acting techniques, improvisation, scene work, and the production process. Students are required to take part in the semester production and compete in the acting events at competition at least once per semester.

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FCCLA

B.J. Smith

To promote personal growth and leadership development through Family and Consumer Sciences education. Focusing on the multiple roles of family member, wage earner, and community leader, members develop skills for life through character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communications, practical knowledge, and career preparation.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes 
(FCA)

Randi Colbert

To present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

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Future Farmers 
of America
(FFA)

Mr. Everett

Byng FFA is an organization centered on student growth, through a variety of instructional methods. The courses are structured as three circle model including classroom and laboratory, supervised agricultural experiences, and FFA leadership. This organization offers many opportunities for the students to grow and prosper in an agricultural and a real world setting. This organization allows students a chance to become involved in public speaking, career development events (judging contest), exhibiting of livestock and horticulture entries, and leadership activities. The FFA is the largest and most active student organization in the United States.

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Leadership

Krystal Barnes

Leadership is a class unlike any other! Students must be willing to "think outside the box" and approach the class with an incredible attitude! This course offers students a way to learn leadership skills that last a lifetime while giving them an opportunity to make a difference in their school and community by utilizing service-learning techniques. It offers students the opportunity to work with their peers and adults in a setting that provides real-life experiences and gives them the support and structure necessary to deal effectively with those experiences. Experiences will include, but are in no way limited to human relations, organization, time management, problem-solving, communication, project planning and community service. This organization is currently a part of the federally funded National Learn and Serve America grant.

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Native Voices

Merry Monroe

The Native Voices is a service and culture club specifically for Native American students; however, it is open to all students. Emphasis is on Native American culture and awareness is fostered through participation in cultural activities. Many of the activities involve sharing cultural activities with younger students. These activities may include helping with cultural fairs or giving cultural presentations. Self-awareness and self-understanding are enhanced through school and community service.

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Oklahoma Trotters

Shanna McNutt

The Oklahoma Trotters' purpose is to entertain, teach, motivate, and inspire. We entertain all sorts of audiences from NBA half times to area school tours. We hope to motivate, teach, and inspire students to never give up and that anything is possible if they put their minds to it. We also want to motivate people in areas such as health, fitness, drug awareness, creativity, and self confidence. We want people to know it's okay to be different and to take pride in your self, your school, and your community!

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Spanish Club

Leahna West

To promote Spanish language and culture.

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Speech

Kellye Griffin

This class focuses on elements of public speaking and does not touch on the theater aspect of performance. The curriculum format utilizes college preparatory objectives. Students learn the basic speech format, methods of speech delivery, and various types of speeches. Extemporaneous speaking is the method of delivery most often used outside and inside of the classroom, so most speech assignments will use this format. Students are required to attend and compete at one speech tournament each semester.

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Stagecraft

Kellye Griffin

This course features various elements of "behind the scenes" production work. Students analyze scripts, characters, and settings. After reading scripts, students learn to design sets and costumes based upon writer's and director's intent. After classroom enrichment, students build sets, form lighting and sound plans, design costumes, prepare prop lists, and learn the production process. Students engage in many hands-on activities and turn in a weekly time sheet detailing daily work in the classroom.

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Student Council
—High School

Krystal Barnes

Byng High School Student Council is made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors elected into office by interview, teacher evaluation, essay, and democratic elections. These students are required to represent their student body in a positive way at all times. They can speak on behalf of their peers and approach the administration when suggestions or comments must be made. They are involved in many projects throughout the year that make our school more positive for everyone. This organization elects officers and holds regular meetings utilizing parliamentary procedure to insure effective and ethical meeting practices. Students in Student Council are encouraged to be in the Leadership class.

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Student Council
—Junior High

Ann Helms, Leahna West

To have communication between students and faculty, promote school pride and spirit, and provide experience in school government.

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