San German Interamericana School―A Look at an Active ChemClub

The ChemClub from the San German Interamericana School started in 2009 with teacher Wanda Toro as mentor. The first president was former student, now graduate, Ivonne Garcia; then Kervin Morales the second and current president since 2010. Our club has been recognized because of our service to the community, our genuine interest in science; and is recognized for our helpful and responsible members―without them the club would not succeed.

In 2012, we received the Best School Organization of the Year because of our participation, hard work, and our great interest in science as a whole. This year our members have grown in numbers and many other clubs have been cooperating with us. Our institution is very proud and supports us―to this day we are the most active club in our region.

We do many activities throughout the year.  The Chemical Festival and a visit to the animal shelter “Animal Sanctuary San Francisco de Asis” are examples of the service and educational activities that have become traditional. Visiting and learning in these places is amazing, as it brings the member closer together and offers unique experiences.

The Club found the puppy, Skotádi, a new home.
The Club found the puppy, Skotádi, a new home.
Cleaning up the beaches and other local areas as part of their service component
Cleaning up the beaches and other local areas as part of their service component
Representing ChemClub at a festival
Representing ChemClub at a festival