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National Honor Society

 
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The Lakeside Lutheran National Honor Society, in partnership with Christian Family Solutions, hosted a cornhole tournament called “Tosses for Teens” on Nov. 17, 2019, that had a two-fold purpose— to raise funds and to bring awareness to the growing need for mental health support for teens. Statistics show that one in five young adults live with a mental health condition!
 
Currently, through the Member Assistance Program and CFS, Lakeside students qualify for up to five free sessions with a licensed Christian counselor. Many meetings take place via a secure video program, allowing students to receive these services at Lakeside in a private location. CFS serves 28 high schools and prep schools with this Christian counseling.
 
With more than 60 teams paying to participate and sponsorship and donations from Lang Group Realty in Lake Mills, a Thrivent Financial Action Team, Kwik Trip, WalMart, and an anonymous $1,000 matching donor, well over $3,000 was raised for WLCFS and Christian Family Solutions. The team of LL teachers Eric Dorn and Nate Sievert  took the tournament! Our prayer is that the awareness raised will continue and grow the support to provide needed services to our teens and others across the state and nation. See & download photos of the event here!
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Until Thanksgiving, we continue to accept donations toward this vital work of supporting teen mental health through Christian professional counseling online here or through a donation mailed to LLHS to the attention of NHS. Thank you!.
 
 
 
The National Honor Society is dedicated to the development of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. NHS members plan and perform various service and leadership activities throughout the school year. Students are first eligible for selection at the end of the sophomore year. Candidates need a cumulative GPA of 3.6 or higher, at least three leadership roles, several hours of community service, and character references.

A 5-member faculty council determines membership. These are recent inductees: