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Digital Design Club

The LVS Digital Design Club is for high school students with an interest in visual arts and photo manipulation. Also, we are a competitive club who actively participate in Character Education months and in the annual Digital Lee countywide contest during second semester. Eligible competition students must be enrolled in and a member in good standing of a CTE course at LVS.

Students will learn, share, and grow with one another as the teacher/sponsor, Mr. Metzner, guides them through the design processes. This is not a class, but we focus on creating student projects that could be added in the Digital Lee competition each year. Some students' works will be submitted for display throughout the halls of the LCPEC district building.

The Google Classroom code is 4segl34

The club meeting days will be on the first Tuesday of each month from 2pm - @2:30pm via Zoom. This club's schedule was chosen and agreed upon by the student members; and the sponsor will guide those meetings.

The Digital Design Club Application is here!

NHS LogoThe National Honor Society (NHS) is a widely recognized organization in the United States that honors high school students (grades 10-12) who have demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Membership in NHS is often considered prestigious and is based on a combination of academic achievement and involvement in school and community activities. Students who meet the required criteria are invited to join NHS and participate in various service and leadership opportunities. There is a minimum GPA requirement, as well. The teacher/sponsor for NHS is Mrs. Kim Bonadies.

There is a Google Classroom for current NHS members

NJHS LogoThe National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship and helps middle-level students develop the knowledge and skills to become well-rounded student leaders in their school, community, and beyond.

NJHS chapters operate in all 50 states and schools around the world, engaging and serving more than one million students. Reflecting school leaders’ profound commitment to student leadership development, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) founded NJHS in 1928 with the purpose of creating enthusiasm for scholarship; stimulating a desire to render service; promoting leadership; encouraging responsible citizenship; and developing character in secondary school students.

In addition to NJHS, NASSP founded and manages the National Honor Society (est. in 1921), National Student Council (est. in 1931), and National Elementary Honor Society (est. in 2008). The teacher/sponsor is Ali Locke.

SAVE Promise Club

SAVE (Students Against Violence Everywhere) Promise Clubs provide a space for young people to show their leadership, creativity, and passion for protecting their peers, schools, and communities from violence. SAVE Promise Clubs are student-led and, therefore, a powerful and empowering approach to violence prevention. This club's sponsor is Mr. Robert Barnes ( [email protected] ).

Through SAVE Promise Clubs, youth organize activities and initiatives that reinforce important lessons learned from Sandy Hook Promise’s programs, Say Something and Start With Hello. SAVE Promise Clubs create a culture of upstanders who look out for one another-creating safer classrooms, schools and communities.

Tree made from hand prints, Sandy Hook Promise

The School District of Lee County is proud to partner with the Sandy Hook Promise to help prevent senseless acts of violence from occurring in our communities and schools. Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization founded and led by several family members whose loved ones were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School on December 14, 2012. Based in Newtown, Connecticut, their intent is to honor all victims of gun violence by turning their tragedy into a moment of transformation. By empowering youth to “know the signs” and uniting all people who value the protection of children, we can take meaningful actions in schools, homes, and communities to prevent gun violence and stop the tragic loss of life.

Start with Hello

Start with HelloStart With Hello teaches students to be more socially inclusive and connected to each other. With activities and curricula available for all ages, students are empowered to end social isolation in three easy steps.

  1. See Someone Alone: Learn how to recognize the signs of loneliness and social isolation.
  2. Reach Out And Help: Find out what you can do to help others feel included.
  3. Start With Hello: Discover how to break the ice and strike up a conversation.

Say Something

Say SomethingSay Something program teaches middle and high school students to recognize the warning signs of someone at-risk of hurting themselves or others and how to say something to a trusted adult to get help.

  • Learn about different types of warning signs or threats and how to spot them, especially on social media.
  • Understand strategies to take action and overcome potential barriers to being an “upstander” rather than a “bystander.”
  • Learn how to intervene by telling a trusted adult or using an anonymous reporting system.

eSportsVideo Game / ESports club meets on the last Thursday of every month at 6pm. Please register for our Zoom room. Also, please join our Google Classroom by using the code: h3wqlke

You will see all of our club updates on this Google Classroom page. Please contact Mr. O’Grady at [email protected]. If you have any ideas for the club, feel free to let him know.

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