National Recognition Given to Student Volunteers

National Recognition Given to Student Volunteers

116 LHS students are being honored by the 5th Annual National Community Service Awards for inspiring others to get involved in the area. Awards were given to students who volunteered and raised money for the school and community.

“Our students have been amazing this year and completed many hours of service work,” NHS sponsor Sally Clemmons said. “What a great representation of LHS and a benefit to our community and school.”

Students that are involved in the NHS organization submit their volunteer hours through an app called Innerview. All they have to do is submit a selfie with how many hours they served and their hours are counted.

“I am very proud of the service awards and cannot wait to get our final numbers in,” Clemmons said. “Hopefully this will inspire students to continue to serve those around them throughout their life.”

This year, Lindale is being honored for their UN global impact. Students dedicated 586 hours towards no poverty, 528 hours towards zero hunger, 758 hours towards good health and well-being, 881 hours towards quality education, 78 hours towards reduced inequalities, 753 hours towards sustainable cities and communities, 88 hours towards life on land, and 98 hours towards peace, justice and strong institutions.

“Innerview has been a super helpful resource for us NHS kids this year,” senior NHS Vice President Taylor Ragland said. “It makes confirming service hours so much easier and it is just a super helpful app.”



Honor Awardees: Trinity Boaz, Gwendolyn May, Madeleine Morton, Christiana Ussery


 Merit Awardees: Afraiem Abdelshahid, Sadie Akin, Brady Allen, Homero Aparicio, Amare Baptiste, Brylee Bergbower, Brynn Borden, Emma Bosworth, Madison Bradford, Kamryn Brooks, Kaylee Brousseau, Riley Brown, Caleb Bradley Cain, Jocelyn Castillo, Brittany Chavez, Camden Chilek, Collin Christian, Abby Cooper, Troy Dane, Cody Davis, Rex Day, Dawson Derfelt, Dillom Derfelt, Mckinleigh Evans, Leslie Gallegos, Ethan Gibson, Brooklyn Gilleland, Crew Goodson, Bowman Grace, Kaitlyn Groth, Meadow Hampton, Emma Hatcher, Emily Havens, Landrie Hay, Maggie Hodde, Will Hutchens, Emma James, Alanna Jenkins, Luke Johnson, Ryder Johnson, Alexandra Keels, Sarah Kim, Christian King, Julee King, Koby Kleam, Kylie Kleam, Nathalie Kramer, Sarah Kramer, Halle Lambert, Bailee Lane, Madelyn Lazarz, Garrett Lee King, Vivian Lehmann, Callie Little, JD Locknane, Bethany Major, Mariana Martinez, Meagan McClendon, Abram Medders, Taegan Michel, Tex Minter, Madylen Morgan, Chloe Nations, Jillian Ortiz, Ryilee Ortiz, Morgan Parks, Aryan Patel, Tirth Patel, Gavin Paull, Sam Peterson, Brenley Philen, Connor Philpot, Preslee Pullin, Taylar Ragland, Sophia Rai, Jacqueline Rand, Aricin Rask, Piper Reid, Gage Renfrow, Katie Robinson, Aaron Roden, Nataly Sanchez, Rylee Schultz, Ryan Sheppa, Brian Shine, Liv Simmons, Chloe Smith, Trevor Smith, Colton Stone, Noah Sullivan, Cody Swaim, Norah Taylor, Taegan Terry, Bailey Thorn, Jay Thornhill, Mitchell Tipton, Sydney Toon, Kayley Travis, Brooke Tweedell, Lauren Van Andel, Preslie Walters, Taelor Walters, Savannah Warrington, Ellie Watkins, Cory Watts, Emily Weberski, Kennedy Weesner, Colby Wood, Darby Woodrum, Gracie Woolverton 


Zero Hero Awardees: Brady Allen, Collin Christian, Kaydee Cox, Koby Kleam, Kylie Kleam, Gwendolyn May, Trent McDonald, Madeleine Morton, Ryilee Ortiz, Tirth Patel, Sam Peterson, Aricin Rask, Noah Sullivan, Norah Taylor, Jay Thornhill, Sydney Toon


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