CLUBS & ACTIVITIES 2023-2024



Class Groups

  • Students in the same grade collaborate to create events for the school and community.  Each class participates in fundraisers for activities such as the Prom, Senior Week, Graduation, etc.  In addition, each class is involved in planning Homecoming, Spirit Week, and other FDR events.
    The Class of 2024 (Seniors)
    Advisor: Mrs. Jasterzbski & Mr. Egerton  
    The Class of 2025 (Juniors)
    Advisor: Mrs. Ring & Mrs. Goodman  
    The Class of 2026 (Sophomores)
    Advisor: Ms. Williams
    The Class of 2027 (Freshmen)
    Advisor: Ms. Walsh & Mrs. Yearack

Clubs & Activities

  • Academic World Quest
    A unique program combining history, current events, and global affairs.

    Students assist in the operation and setup of all school and outside events that require lighting other than the house lights.  Students also assist in the repair of equipment for lighting fixtures.
    Advisor: Mr. Egerton

    Concession Stand Manager
    Advisor: Mr. Egerton 

    Dance Club
    Advisor: Mrs. Curcio

    Drama (Fall) 
    Advisor: Mrs. Martin

    FDR Live
    Produces the "FDR Live" morning announcements via video format and manages the FDR Live site.
    Interact Club
    A community service club affiliated with Rotary International.  Visit www.rotary.org/interact or the FDR Interact Club website for more information.
    Advisor: Mrs. Lee-Utera

    International Thespian Society
    Advisor: Mrs. Martin
    LGBTQ Alliance
    The FDR LGBTQ Alliance brings together LGBTQ and straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize and create a platform to fight for racial, gender, LGBTQ, and economic justice.

    Multi-Cultural Club
    Promotes awareness, acceptance, and appreciation of diverse cultures.  Our goal is to celebrate diversity and promote acceptance and tolerance of all at FDR.
    Advisor: Mrs. Kitson

    The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is an organization that recognizes the achievements of students who excel in both their artistic and academic work.  The students must meet certain academic standards to be admitted to the group and complete volunteer work over the course of each year that they are a member.
    Mr. Brehse

    Advisor: Mr. Moore

    Robotics Club
    The club designs, builds, programs, and tests a robot capable of playing a sports-like game, both autonomously and remotely controlled. The club competes with other high school teams in the Vex EDR Robotics Competition. The club provides a fun and competitive opportunity to learn outside of the classroom.
    S.A.D.D. - Students Against Destructive Decisions
    Plans, organizes, and facilitates prevention activities throughout the school year.  Focuses on important issues such as underage drinking, drug use, risky behaviors, impaired driving, and other social issues.  Meets every Thursday after school.

    Plans skiing/snowboarding trips. 
    Advisor: Ms. Bender
    FDR Ski & Snowboard Club

    Our mission is to provide the highest quality evidence-based prevention for suicide, violence, bullying, and substance abuse by training, supporting, and empowering both peer leaders and caring adults to impact their world through the power of connection, hope, help, and strength.

    FDR Sources of Strength


    Student Government Organization (SGO)
    Plans events for the school community, including Homecoming and Spirit Week activities.  Meets on Wednesdays at 2:20 in room 229.
    Advisor: Mrs. Curcio
    Tri-M Music Honor Society
    Tri-M is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME), which focuses on creating future leaders in music education and music advocacy. Tri-M recognizes students who have gone above and beyond both academically and musically. It also provides students with leadership opportunities to make a difference in their community through music-based service projects.
    Advisor: Mrs. Rymph
    Tri-M Music Honor Society

    Varsity Club
    Supports all athletic programs including hosting the Senior Athletic and Hall of Fame Dinner and Blood Drives for the school and town communities
    Advisor: Mrs.Goodman
    Yearbook ("Orbit")
    Carries on the tradition of recording and publishing a chronicle of the school year by producing FDR High School’s annual yearbook.  With this goal in mind, members who join the Yearbook Club should be self-motivated, cooperative, CREATIVE, and comfortable using computers.  The Club meets all year.