Art Club is open for any student interested in the visual arts! You can work on drawing, painting, and sometimes ceramics. The things you create can include your own projects or even those from your art classes. Art Club is a great place to meet different people! If you cannot make every meeting, feel free to attend the ones you can!
Become an active member and get the oppertunity to participate in all this club has to offer, which also includes workshops and field trips!
Meetings are every Monday in room 304 from 2:45-3:50 pm. See you there!
Come. Hang. Create Some Art.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Ms. Tromp, club sponsor
Fine Arts Club Constitution
FINE ARTS CLUB CONSTITUTION
Constitution of the Fine Arts Club
Preamble: The students of J. Sterling Morton High School do hereby establish the Morton Fine Arts Club and ordain this constitution with the following objectives in mind:
(a)The creation of visual art in all its shapes and forms
(b) The expression of every club members unique ideas
(c)To create a safe haven for all who wish to create art
ARTICLE I. MEMBERSHIP
Section 1: Application for membership into the Fine Arts Club is open to
All whom attend J.S Morton East High School.
Section 2: Any member may be dismissed from the Fine Arts Club because of misconduct, failure to meet his responsibilities to the club, or for being absent from more than 5 meetings and/or activities. An acceptable excuse must be furnished to the secretary for an absence.
Section 3: A member may be expelled from this club by a vote of the two-thirds majority of the club.
ARTICLE II. OFFICERS
Section 1: The Fine Arts Club shall have the following officers:
(1) President, who shall be responsible for
a. Presiding over all meetings;
b. Heading all standing and special committees;
c. Being an awesome leader
(2) Vice-President, who shall be responsible for
a. All that the President is responsible for when the President is absent or unable to take part in the activities.
b. Take attendance at all meetings;
(3) Secretary, who shall be responsible for
a. Any correspondence determined necessary to maintain adequate communication with the membership, school administration, Student Council, or any other agency.
(4) Treasurer, who shall be responsible for
a. Collecting, depositing, and accounting of all the Fine Arts Club;
b. Presenting a financial report at all regular meetings;
c. Submitting all invoices to the membership and to advisor for their approval for their acknowledge before payment;
d. Recording all financial business in the record book distributed by the CLUB COMMITTEE.
Section 2: The above officers shall compose the Executive Board.
Section 3: Each officer shall maintain his duties to the fullest extent in accordance with the rules of the Student Council and the rules of the school.
Section 4: Election Day of officers.
Section 5: Qualification of officers.
Section 6: Procedure of voting.
Section 7: All officers shall assume the duties of their respective offices when so designated by the organization.
Section 8: The term of office shall be one year.
ARTICLE III POWERS OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
Section 1: The executive board shall set the dates for all regular meetings.
ARTICLE IV USE OF FINANCES
Section 1: Any money collected by the Fine Arts Club must be handled in accordance with the Student Council and school rules.
Section 2: The Fine Arts Club may spend money with the membership and advisor’s approval only for the following purposes;
a. To cover the normal operating expenses of the Fine Arts Club.
b. To promote the Objectives of the Fine Arts Club.
c. All other projects (expenses) should be approved by the administration and CLUB COMMITTEE.
ARTICLE V SPECIAL COMMITTEES
Section 1: Special committees may be established or dissolved by the Executive Board or the club advisor.
BY-LAWS THE CONSTITUTION
Section 1: A quorum shall consist of a simple majority of the membership of the club. No business can be transacted of a quorum is not present.
Section 1: The Constitution and By-Laws may be amended by a two-thirds vote of a quorum and/or of the membership.
Section 1: The actions of this club are subject to the approval of school administration and the faculty advisor.
J. STERLING MORTON HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENT ACTIVITIES OFFICE
This Certifies that
Morton High School has received
Its charter for the school year
and is extended the rights, privileges,
and responsibilities that any
chartered extra-curricular organization may hold.
THE CLUB MAY……..
1. Request calendar dates for activities
2. Meet in the school
3. Participate in school activities
4. Appear in yearbook and newspaper
5. Maintain an activity account
6. Keep and save minutes
Signature of the Director of Students Activities