For the third year in a row, Lakeland High School National Honor Society students reached into their community to learn about and connect with extraordinary people. They presented the results of their months of hard work in late April to hundreds of staff and community members in the LHS cafeteria.
To complete this years’ service project, NHS students turned close to home close to home and chose to take a closer look at some of their own teachers. The Class of 2019 inductees split up into groups composed of researchers, interviewers, and documentarians. Each group interviewed and created a documentary about someone from the school who has been a significant part of the LHS community.
“Our purpose is to learn about and honor individuals who have unique insights and experiences that will help us grow into bright and respectable young adults,” wrote National Honor Society Advisor Susan Lozinski.
The teachers who were interviewed included: Maria Dolgetta-Ward, Mary Barresi, Stephanie Rago, Katie Chan Chee, Tiffany Dyckman, Brian O’Sullivan, Michael Lillis, Maureen O’Donnell, Marlene Moussa, Joy Lombardo, Edward Merriam, Brendan Curran, Patrick, McCullough, and Linda Burris.
“Everyone has wisdom to share. The life-lessons learned beyond the classroom, will stay with our seniors as they venture out into the world,” added Lozinski.