They don’t have DJ Khaled, but the Key Club still trains students for success. The club meets every Thursday in Room 512 at 2:45 p.m. after school. The focus of this club is serving the community, promoting teamwork and leadership skills, and of course, finding ways to benefit Deerfield Beach High School. From working at the beach to holding events at Chipotle, the Key Club is constantly active throughout the year. Some of the amazing projects, events, services and other accomplishments of the club can be viewed on their social media accounts. In addition, students who participate regularly can also earn community service hours for their work – a key graduation requirement.
One of the most notable accomplishments in the club’s recent history is the work done on Buck Pride Way. This cleanup and beautification effort became one of the hallmarks of the club’s community service actions. Over 60 pounds of garbage were collected in a similar effort assisting the Kiwanis club. The club doesn’t meet on any professional study or early release days.
For further information on the Key Club, contact Mrs. Fletcher in Room 512 by the bus loop.