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Clubs & Activities Directory

The following are current sponsored Activities available at Sandia High School. 

Please contact the listed sponsor/teacher for further information. You can find their email under the staff directory "Contact Us"

Air Force JROTC  - Joseph Britton

Art Club - Wendy Green

AP Ambassadors - Therese Pacheco

Athletic Training Challenge - Melissa Lee

Bands - Tyler North

Black Student Union - Joseph Britton

Book Club - Donna Smith

Bowling Club

Chess Club

Chorus - Molly Chavez Wagy

Dance Marathon - Jenna Hagengruber

DECA - Linda Wilson & Marianne Ireland

Drama - Ryan Morris

Dungeons & Dragons - Kalder Cockrell

Esports - Heidi Draper & Adolphus Washington

FCA - Dawn Meyer

FCCLA - Unna Valdez

French Club - Valerie Duval

French Honor Society - Valerie Duval

Freshman Class (2024) -

GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) - Donna Teuteberg

German Honor Society -

Graphics Design Club - Kerri Banach

Jazz Band - Tyler North

Junior Class (2022) -

Key Club - Therese Pacheco

Marching Band - Tyler North

Model UN - Jonathan Seyfried & Jennifer Eberhart

National Honor Society - Heidi Draper


Orchestra - Emily Awes

Ping Pong - Dawn Meyer

Poetry Club - Gina Marselle

Science Olympiad - Justin Viri

Senate/Student Council - Ann Holmes

Senior Class (2021) - Tara Palomares

Sophomore Class (2023) - Jenna Hagengruber & Kayla Jungerman

Skills USA - Unna Valdez

Spanish Honor Society -

Speech & Debate - Jonathan Seyfried & Jennifer Eberhart

Sports Medicine - Melissa Lee

STEM - Bradley Knockel

Thespians - Ryan Morris

Yearbook - Natalie Thomas

Activities at Sandia High School

All activities at Sandia High School are designed to support the academic mission and vision of our school.  Academics are a priority; however, activities add an important dimension to the educational environment here at Sandia.

Many "character counts" qualities are developed in and through a student's involvement in this aspect of their school experience.  Students' participation in extra or co-curricular activities helps strengthen the unity of the school and creates a climate where students treat others with mutual respect and tolerance.  Involved students have opportunities to impact school policy, strengthen their leadership skills, promote school spirit, and most importantly have fun in the process.  Most activities are held either before or after school, during lunch, or in the early evening.  Some are connected with a class during the school day.

Stop by the Activities Office, check the school website, talk to staff, and listen to the daily announcements for information.

We are happy to have you as an involved Matador!

  Ann Holmes (505) 294-1511 ex: 30009 Activities Director