Latest Advantage Contest!

 

Take your best shot! bb


As our Warrior basketball players take their best shots on the court this season, we want you to take your best shot on how many total points both varsity teams will score combined throughout all their games, those already played through the post-season WIAA tournaments. 

(Earliest game GBB 11/19/19 – latest game BBB state 3/21/20)


Let us know . . . how many combined points do you think the varsity girls and boys will score this season? (Then break it down for us—girls v. boys—so we can break a tie!)


Your deadline to submit is January 31, 2020.


How do you enter?

Fill out the entry form below and drop it in the marked container that can be found by the east gym during campus events. Or, submit your guesses online. Mailing from home? Send 3 guesses along with contact info to: LLHS Advantage Mag Contest, 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills 53551. 


What else do you need to know?

Contest open to K-8 students in 2019-20 school year. One entry per person. The student whose guess is the closest to the combined total will receive a $200 tuition credit voucher, applicable to first semester of attendance at Lakeside. Scrimmages and varsity reserve games are not included in the tally. (Tie breaker will be closest answers for each team.) Others may receive cool Lakeside swag or other gifts. Prizes not transferable. Deadline to enter: Jan. 31, 2020, to be eligible for prizes. Lakeside is not responsible for misdirected or lost entries. Winners’ parents will first be notified by e-mail or phone call. Children of LLHS employees are not eligible for prizes. See rules, guidelines, and links at: llhs.org/advantagecontest.



To see the winners of the last contest, click here
 
 
About tuition credit prizes:
Each contest has its own set of rules and eligibility, but the following applies to all tuition credit prizes: all tuition credit prizes are applicable in the named student's first semester of attendance at Lakeside. The vouchers are non-transferable. Winners will receive certificates in the mail to mark their win, but the credit will be on account for that student's future attendance, regardless of whether the certificate is submitted upon enrollment.