• Advisors


    Clubs and Organizations


    Art Club
    Studio time open to all Red River Art students.

    Nicole Kopff

    Booster Club / PTO
    Supports all extracurricular activities.

    Stacy Olson

    Building Bridges
    Promotes the exploration &  celebration of various cultures in our school. Open to all students interested in learning about these cultures & their customs.

    EL Department

    Promotes sportsmanship, school spirit & crowd involvement at games. Activities include practice, poster painting, fundraising, & various competitions.

    Jasmine Ludwig

    3 debate styles : 1) Policy, 2) Lincoln-Douglas, 3) Public Forum. Students in all styles research, write casesfor both sides, a learn argumentation.  NFL affiliated.

    Sarah Tuchscherer

    An organization of Marketing students.  Participants must be enrolled in Marketing Education.

    Brent Polum

    Disc Sports Club
    A club for students who enjoy playing any/all games with a flying disc or frisbee.  These include ultimate, disc golf, kan jam, etc...  Meets all year.  Open to all students.

    Jeff Bakke / Jason Heydt

    Competitive activity for gamers to show off their skills against competition across the state.  Games currently available to play are League of Legends, Rocket League, & Smite.

    Ryan Moldenhauer

    Yearbook production is open to students in grades 9-12. Hands-on experience in editing, photography, & design.

    Tyler Nelson

    A National student organization related to Business Education.


    A National student organization related to Family & Consumer Sciences or related occupations.

    Lisa Winkler / Amanda Kraft

    French Club
    Open to currently enrolled students.  A variety of French culture related activities througout the year.

    Nichole Smithson

    Game Club
    A club/hangout for students who enjoy playing and discussing any kind of game including: video games, board games, card games, Etc...  It meets Thursdays after school.

    Ryan Moldenhauer

    Girls Who Code
    Weekly meetings for girls that want to learn more about STEM & computer programming.

    Paul Zettler

    German Club
    Open to currently enrolled students.  A variety of German culture related activities througout the year.

    Erika Feole

    A student-run club that brings together LGBTQ & straight students to support each other, provide a safe place to socialize, and to provide education in an effort to help fight homophobia & transphobia. This club promotes safe schools for all.

    Leah Fredrickson & Kristi Severson

    HOSA - Medical Related Careers
    National organization devoted to promoting leadership & skills in the medical field.

    Dani Rowekamp

    Open to all JROTC cadets.  Drill teams, color guard, air rifle marksmanship teams, & physical fitness teams. After school practices required.

    Ricky Thatcher / Michael Selnes

    Junior Class Committee / Leadership Council
    Plan, fundraise, & implement activities related to prom / Students are nominated by their coaches/advisors & serve as school leaders working th enhance the high school experience for all students.

    Tyler Nelson

    Key Club
    Community & world service projects club. Affiliated with Kiwanis International.

    Christine Rydland

    Math Track
    Talented math students in grades 9-12 are encouraged to participate. Practice sessions & take-home activities prepare students for local & regional math track meets.

    Math Department

    Music Choral
    The Choral Ensembles perform many times throughout the year. Students must be enrolled in one of the ensembles in order to perform.

    Alex Hovey & Alex Barta


    Three bands & three jazz bands. Previous playing experience is necessary with many performance opportunities.

     David Christianson & Janelle Huber

    Previous training & string instrument experience is required.

    Jeff Seabloom

    National Honor Society
    Members must maintain organizational service requirements & 3.7 GPA. Selection is made by a faculty committee after review of application & references.

    Emily Parrill

    National Technical Honor Society
    Must meet requirements & be nominated by a Career & Technical Education (CTE) instructor.


    This program will focus on positive activities to strengthen academic excellence at Red River High School. Renaissance will recognize continuous improvements in achievement, attendance, & behavior from all students & reward involvement in school activities.

    Emily Parrill

    Riders Digest
    The school newspaper is open to all students & offers hands-on experience in reporting, editing, & photography.


    Science Olympiad
    Academic competition amongst high school teams which encourages student involvement in math & science provides an avenue for science achievement.

    Joseph Ostgarden

    Skills USA Automotive
    Devoted to promoting leadership skills related to the automotive field.

    Kevin Nelson

    Skills USA Construction
    Devoted to promoting leadership skills related to the construction field.

    Aaron Schauer

    Skills USA Information Technology
    National organization related to programing, networking, & computer maintenance.

    Paul Zettler

    Skills USA Technology Education
    National organization that is open to students interested in technology.

    Ryan Moldenhauer / Joseph Ostgarden

    Sources of Strength
    The mission of sources of strength is to increase help seeking behaviors, build positive coping skills, & promote connections between peers & caring adults.

    Kristi Severson / Kyle Meier

    Spanish Club
    A variety of cultural activities including festival of nations.

    Spanish Teachers

    Speech / Student Congress
    Students create a speech or use a script to speak at weekend tournaments. Radio, storytelling, inform, & humorous interpretation are examples of categories. / Students experience being a part of the legislative process. Debate & create bills. Use parliamentary procedure.

    Trevor Weiland & Sarah Tuchscherer

    Student Council
    The purpose of student council shall be to develop good citizenship, promote school spirit, insure student representation, provide orderly direction of school activities, & act as a liason between students & administration.

    Trisha Smith

    Theatre / Theatre Guild
    Open to all acting or technical students. Multiple productions each year. Monthly social activities.

    Allison Peterson

    Trap Shooting (April - May)
    Club sport that is open to all interested high school students.

    Nick Krump

    VEX Robotics
    State and World wide competition where teams of students are tasked with designing, building, and coding a robot to play against other teams in a game-based engineering challenge. 

    Joseph Ostgarden