Environmental Club
Environmental Club is a group of kids who enjoy getting outside to hike and clean up the outdoors. We maintain the High School recycling program, as well as a pollinator garden in back of the high school.
We do not have any elected positions this year due to Covid
Advisor: Cherrie Martenson

Gender-Sexuality Alliance



Meetings are in room 127 Tuesdays and Thursdays before school.


As a GSA (Gender-Sexuality Alliance) Club, we aim to provide support, create an all-inclusive, hate-free environment, and to take action to create and nurture an accepting environment school-wide. We endeavor to provide emotional support and empathy to those who may have transphobic and homophobic homes and those who may be victims of bullying and harassment due to their queer identities. We strive to create an inclusive, confidential, and safe environment for those in our student body by keeping closeted identities confidential and normalizing the use of personal pronouns. We aspire to extend this environment to the entire student body, through normalizing LGBTQ+ identities, actively working against stereotyping, combating slurs and discrimination, and normalizing pronouns and names that differ from those assigned at birth. All DHS students are invited to join our GSA; we need allies with open minds and open hearts to assist us in this endeavor.

Open to all students interested.


Contact Advisors: Arianna Grindle, Jesse Hamer, and Joelle Rose. 


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Library Book Club and Teen Advisory Board
Not meeting until further notice. But plan to be back and running after the pandemic.
We meet every Monday and Friday before school to run the Patriot Cafe Coffee and Tea Shop. Also, we meet the first and third Wednesday of each month to have our business meeting and discuss what we are reading, play games etc. The library Book Club serves to create an environment rich in activities and a welcoming climate for all students in the library. We also learn about the world of libraries and books beyond our doors.
Kimberly Darat, M.Ed., M.S.L.S
Douglas High School
420 Patriot Dr.
Box Elder, SD 57719

Native American Club

Meetings:  Every Wednesday @ 7:15 am in the Aux Gym; 
Open to all students interested in learning about the Native American culture!

President:  Elena Long Wolf

Vice President:  Harley Glayzer

Secretary:  Dominick Long Wolf

Treasurer:  Raegan Dashner

Advisor:  Jackie Schwartz


Contact:  [email protected]


Let's Participate. Participate while helping the world be a better place for us all!
NHS- National Honor Society

Meetings:  Every Thursday.


NHS is for Juniors and Seniors who have a 3.4 cumulative GPA or greater. Students must apply for the group. Selection is based on service, leadership, scholarship and Character. Group Volunteer Projects include- helping with book fairs, Easter Egg Hunt, high school fundraisers, needs drives, food pantry, and others. The group's goal is to help out where we can have a little fun doing it.


President: Aleeca Hays
Vice President: Avalyn Allen
Secretary: Taylor Lykken
Public Relations: Jordyn Simmering

PATS - Patriots  Actively Teaching Students-- TEAM Club

This club meet the 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 7:15 am in the Activity Office Conference Room.

They help promote PBIS at DHS. The club participants talk to their peers about vaping and drug, and alcohol use. They "try and help students see better ways to be themselves". The students involved with PATS also meet with younger students throughout the year on many different subjects.


Additionally, the club helps with Freshman Impact and conducts a number of fundraisers throughout the year so they can provide incentives when visiting with students.