In being part of the Lisle High School community, staff, students and parents often come together to help one another succeed. This work is not only done in school, but is often encouraged through volunteering or committing to community service outside of the building as well. ONEPRIDE is about many things, and helping those in need is at the heart of it.
Below are some of the clubs, opportunities and stories of Lisle students working to improve their community.
VOLLEY FOR THE CURE
Come out and support the Lisle Lions Volleyball Teams at the 10th Annual Volley for the Cure on Tuesday, October 3rd as the Lions take on the Fighting Irish of Seneca. The Freshmen game begins at 5:00pm in the South Gym, the Sophomore game starts at 5:00pm in the North Gym and the Varsity game is scheduled to start at 6:00pm in the North Gym. The staff and students will have a PINK-OUT all day Tuesday and anyone coming to the game can participate in the Bake Sale, Chick-fil-A Food & Giveaways (& the COW!) and an amazing Auction. Bring a friend, wear PINK, eat yummy food, watch some GREAT volleyball & help raise funds for the Susan G. Komen Foundation to FIND A CURE! Pre-ordered shirts will be delivered to the school during lunches Monday. Additional event t-shirts will be available, while supplies last, during lunch at the LJH & LHS on Monday ($10) • Lisle Students’ entry to the volleyball game is FREE (adults $4).
The Key Club is hosting the fall blood drive next Friday, October 13th.
LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR SERVICE
Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.
ONEPRIDE IN ACTION
CONGRATULATIONS LIONS! In an eight day fundraiser, the Lisle National Honor Society raised $2,841.72 for the victims of hurricane ravaged Texas and Florida. Also, a special congratulations to Ms. Kerrn and Ms. Patrick's 4th Hour classes for raising the most money