Welcome to Burton Clubs! We represent the diverse interests of students. Clubs are a way for students to do what they want to do with many other students that share the same interest. Clubs take an important role in enabling students to not only use their skills, but acquire new ones.

CONFIRMED CLUBS
FOR 2017-18

If you have information or media about the clubs listed below, or
additional clubs, then please contact Mr. Singer at singerd@sfusd.edu.
Anime
A White
Thursday at lunch
Room 318
We watch a lot of anime, talk about anime and eat anime-related snacks (like pochi sticks). Come hang out and enjoy the wonders of Japanese animation.
Board Game Club
Shawn Schwartz
Fridays, 3-5pm
Room S102
We play games like Sushi Go, Crossover Crisis, Magic: The Gathering, Pandemic, and Munchkins.
BSU
Kyle Prince
Mondays during lunch, 11:45am-12:10pm
Room 218
Black Student Union is a safe space in which students can discuss and learn about topics of race and other areas of social justice. The club serves as a support group for students of color but all of the Burton community are welcome to attend meetings and events.
Genders and Sexualities Alliance (GSA)
Patrick Mulkern
Tuesdays during lunch, 11:35a-12:15pm
Room 233
The GSA meets weekly as a place for queer and ally youth to support each other, build community, plan school wide events, and learn more about queer history.
LEAD Nature Bridge
LCDR Sadiarin
Lunch time, from 11.05am-11.50am
Room 233
 L.E.A.D stands for Leadership Exploration/Education And Development. Come and help fundraise the club so that you and your friends could go on a trip to the National Forest Park in Satellite for 5 days and 4 nights during Spring Break.
Mabuhay
Mary Ann Castro
Fridays during lunch, 11:45am-12:10pm
Room 334
The Mabuhay club meets weekly to learn more about the Filipino culture and traditions through activities like monthly fiesta and watching Filipino movies.
Mandarin
Yi Song
Friday, during lunch, 11:35am-12:15pm
Room 328
We watch movie to learn about Chinese culture, we play Chinese card game, Chinese chess, write Chinese calligraphy and we also have traditional Chinese food like dumpling, chowmein and fried rice.
NJROTC
LCDR Sadiarin & MSgt Daniels
Mon through Fri (3:15-5:30pm), Wed (1:15pm-4pm)
Far Tennis Court
Special Teams partice daily after school: Drum Corp, Flag Team, Exhibition Team, Color Guard, Drill Competion. Raider Team (Phyiscil Fitness) practice Mon, Wed & Fri after school.
Script Ed
Ellen Watkins
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:15-4:45pm
Room 339
ScriptEd equips students with the fundamental coding skills and professional experiences that together create access to careers in technology and we are excited to be partnering again with Burton this year.