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What is the Booster Club?

The Lewis & Clark Booster Club is the official fundraising organization for all of the school’s co-curricular activities and athletics. Since its establishment in 1983, LC booster has donated over $1,000,000 directly to 40+ student activities. Activities and athletics including ASB, Band/Orchestra, Baseball, Basketball, Cheer, Choir, Cross Country, Debate, Drama, Drill Team, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Knowledge Bowl, Math Team, Robotics, Soccer, Softball, Sports Medicine, Tennis, Track, Volleyball, and Wrestling have received financial assistance from the Booster Club for uniforms, equipment, and other costs that help ensure all LC students can participate in these programs.

Booster Club Meetings

Generally Booster Club Meetings are held monthly on the 1st Monday of the month, 6:30pm at Lewis & Clark High School in room 131.

  • Monday, September 9th (ALLOCATION MEETING)
  • Monday, October 14th
  • Tuesday, November 12th
  • Monday, December 9th (ALLOCATION MEETING)
  • Monday, January 13th
  • Monday, February 8th
  • Monday, March 8th (ALLOCATION MEETING)
  • Monday, April 12th
  • Monday, May 10th (ALLOCATION MEETING)

Booster Club Downloadable Reports

Please click the links below to download the reports.
LC Booster Club Budget (June 2019)
October Newsletter
April 2019 Treasurer’s Report
Incentivized Volunteering Proposal
March 2019 Meeting Minutes

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We want to send out a great big THANK YOU to our Lewis and Clark community who showed their support and voted YES to keep Spokane Schools strong. We ❤️ you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Lewis & Clark High School Booster Club

LC Booster Club's monthly meeting is open to all parents, teachers, coaches, faculty and alumni to attend. Team/club allocations have been postponed to March's meeting. Tonight will be a regular meeting. ... See MoreSee Less

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The 2021 Replacement Educational Program and Operations levy pays for essential services, including:

Behavior specialists
Student intervention programs
Special education services
Technology support
Smaller class sizes
Custodial and Maintenance staff

The levy also pays for a variety of programs and extra-curricular activities that give students the educational experience they deserve, including:

Highly capable programs for elementary and middle school
English Language Learners (ELL)
Elementary specialists
Curriculum materials
Advancement Placement, Honors, and other course options
Music, arts, and drama
Afterschool clubs

Don't forget to vote by February 9th.
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