Mr. Gradnigo is currently seeking students interested in participating in science club activities at EHS.  For more details, see Mr. Gradnigo, or send an email to:, subject, SCI-CLUB membership.







Membership: Membership in the EHS Science Club (henceforth to be referred to as SCI-CLUB) shall be open to all eligible Erath High School science students in grades 9 through 12 who meet the qualifications listed below. Incoming Freshmen students from Erath Middle School may also be invited to join SCI-CLUB upon the recommendation of their current science teacher and the approval of the SCI-CLUB advisor, provided they meet the qualifications listed below.

Officers: The following leadership positions will be filled by majority vote of SCI-CLUB members: President, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, Parliamentarian, and Reporter. Each position shall carry a term limit of 1 year. Officers shall be elected and installed prior to the end of the school year, but no later than September 15 of the current school year.



Science Club participants must maintain an overall 2.0 GPA. Members holding club officer positions must maintain a 2.5 GPA.
Members with failing grades will be considered ineligible for further SCI-CLUB participation until those grades improve.


a. A student who is issued an out-of-school suspension may be dismissed from the club, depending on the reason for the suspension.

b. In order to enroll in the science club the student must not have been referred to the office.

c. While in the club if the student is referred to the office, the following will apply:
1. 1st-referral - warning
2. 2nd referral - probation
3. 3rd referral dismissal from SCI-CLUB

          d. The following shall be strictly enforced:

Club Activities and Science Fair Competition:

Students are to avoid inappropriate behavior during meetings, class time, or field trips.  All school and parish rules will be enforced, and violators may be referred for disciplinary action in accordance with these policies.  Frequent referrals may result in the member being dismissed from the club.

Fees and Activities:

A $25.00 membership due will be collected to offset the costs associated with club activities.  Extra costs may be incurred by students participating in science competitions (project materials and supplies, registration fees, travel, room and board, meals, etc.).

1. Science Fair Projects:

All members are expected to participate in at least two school/parish science fair competitions during their four years of membership eligibility.

          2. Field Trips:

Money for field trips will be collected when a field trip is announced. Parents will be asked to chaperone. In order to attend a field trip enough chaperones must have volunteered in order for students to attend.

3. Lab Activities: may be conducted by both teachers and visiting guests. Since the goal of SCI-CLUB membership is to foster the understanding of science principles and skills, opportunities shall be made available to increase and bolster in-class skills, as well as provide a chance for advanced learning, through hands-on activities, virtual computer simulations and labs as they become available.




If you have any questions please feel free to contact Simpson Gradnigo (Club sponsor) at 337-937-8451 or

by email at