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    Academic Pentathalon Academic Pentathlon is a theme-based, five-event scholastic team competition wherein Seventh and Eighth grade students match their intellect with students from other schools. Nine-member teams are comprised of: 3 Honors (A students); 3 Scholastic (B students); and 3 Varsity (C students). Ms. Thomas-Padgett
    ELITHOMAS@dallasisd.org
    Mr. Fernandez
    JFERNANDEZ@dallasisd.org
    Media Team The media team are content creators, and socia media moderate for our school clubs, and esports team. They create and edit videos, conduct interviews, analyze data and give commentry to school events Mr. Rodrigue
    LRODRIGUE@dallasisd.org
    Chess A chess club is a club formed for the purpose of playing the board game of chess. Chess clubs often provide for both informal and tournament games Mr. Fernandez JFERNANDEZ@dallasisd.org
    Mr.. Rodrigue LRODRIGUE@dallasisd.org
    Coding Club Learn how to code and meet others who love computers just as much as you! Shakodie Quarles shquaarles@dallasisd.org
    Debate The partnership with the Dallas Urban Debate Alliance provides more than 900 Dallas ISD secondary and elementary school students the opportunity to participate in a competitive academic debate program. Ms. Naya Rivers
    NRIVERS@dallasisd.org
    Destination Imagination Destination Imagination motivates young people to look for the challenges in life and see them as opportunities for growth. DI inspires students to solve problems, search for creative solutions, and to work cooperatively with others. OPEN
    ESports If you have ever been interested in competitive video games, ESports just might be for you! We play various games, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Fortnite, Madden, NBA 2K and Rocket League. Practices will be hosted in-person. Please keep in mind that in the event of a virtual transition, you must have a pc or a gaming console and online access to be able to play from home. Mr. Rodrigue
    LRODRIGUE@dallasisd.org
    Farm to Fork The farm to fork after school club will introduce the students to where their food comes from and the benefits of getting and preparing food from local and responsible sources. There will be garden related art, recipes, no heat cooking and guest chefs and farmers to enhance the experiences. Elizabeth Dry
    214-240-9220
    EDRY@dallasisd.org
    Fellowship of Christian Athletes To combine peoples passion for sports with their love for Jesus Christ, and teach them that both of those worlds do not have to be separate. FCA wants to give meaning to the athletic nature that all of us are born with and use it for sommething that stretches beyond sports. Coach Garcia
    214-886-7668
    JBGARCIA@dallasisd.org
    GSA--Pride Alliance Aim to provide an affirming environment for the LGBTQ+ stduents of JL Long and their allies. GSA (Gendor Sexualities Alliance) is a student led organizaion , so activities will be determined throughout throughout the year by students. Some examples of past activites inclued researching and learinng aobut LGBTQ+ representation in media, creating pronoun pins for students, and reading and discussing LGBTQ+ books. Amy Story
    ASTORY@dallasisd.org
    Leadership Cadet Corp • The LCC program will help cadets discover themself, forge strong friendships and reach their leadership potential. By following a structured schedule, achievement of goals, and mastering the principles and practices of followership / leadership, that will transform their character and outlook on life.

    Otha Stewert
    OSTEWART@dallasisd.org
    National Junior Honors Society The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. These five pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1929 Karen Morrissey kmorrissey@dallasisd.org Kizzy Lovald klovald@dallasisd.org
    Model UN The Model United Nations Conference is for 6th graders in Dallas ISD and held by the Social Studies Department. Aaron Flagg Aflagg@dallasisd.org
         
    Spirit Club The Spirit Club mission is an exclusive club that is ceremonial in nature. It is the home of the most iconic member of J.L. Long, Buckey. Captain Buckey, as he is affectionately known, is the mascot that appears at Special Events, Long Run, Buc Camp, Homecoming or any other ceremony where the mighty mascot is to debut. This club will work with the Head of School for any additional events for Captain Buckey to attend. The club need to have 5-6 Buckey's to make sure that all engagements are covered at the school and the community. OPEN
    Student Council Student Council is an organization conducted by students and supervised by adults. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community. Ms. Stark
    SASTARK@dallasisd.org

    Ms. Sheets
    MSHEETS@dallasisd.org
    TMSCA - Texas Math and Science Coaches Association The purpose of TMSCA is to enhance competition in UIL Math & Science contests through grade level and team competition. Contests include: number sense, calculator, mathematics and science. Ms. Malana
    MMALANA@dallasisd.org

    Mr. Fernandez
    JFERNANDEZ@dallasisd.org
    Yearbook A school yearbook is essentially a “memory book” that highlights student lives and activities, teachers and events of the school year. Brenna Hale
    Zoo Crew An animal rights club gets students active in animal rights at school. It allows freedom to discuss animal rights issues; including policies, fundraising, raising awareness among students, faculty and the community. Mr. Jones
    MICHAELJONES1@dallasisd.org