Key Club is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others.
Key Club aims to cooperate with school principals and teachers to provide high school students with invaluable experience in living and working together and to prepare them for useful citizenship. Our members develop initiative and leadership skills by serving their schools and communities.
President: Ronica Gordon
Vice-President: Briana Benson and Audrey Duboise
Secretary: Chloe Crowe
Treasurer: Stephanie Cisneros
Editor: Kirsten Baker
* Children's Hospital
The Alabama District of Key Club International's major purpose is to raise money for Children's Hospital of Alabama. Since 2006, the Alabama District of Key Club International and her member clubs have raised over $486,000 for the official District Project partner: Children’s of Alabama. Lynn High School's Key Club raised over $4,000 to support this worthy cause over the last 3 years.
*Backpacks and Beyond (ALL YEAR)-
Students will participate in food drives in the fall and spring to assist our community's student food assistance program . This program provides food for students to take home with them every weekend and holidays when they are not in school and may not receive enought to eat at home.
* LHS Toys for Kids Program-
Along with the BETA Club, students will raise money that will be used to purchase coats, shoes, clothing and food for our students in need at Christmas. The club has partnered with local churches to meet this increasing need in our community. Students will wrap all of the gifts and fill food boxes for each family.
*Student of the Quarter-
BETA club, Key club and the SGA will sponsor our Student of the Quarter recognition ceremonies throughout the school year. We will provide honor roll ribbons, goody bags and prizes for our nominees and winners. Officers from each club will direct the ceremony and distribute items to all students who are recognized.
*LHS Field Day-
BETA club will partner with the SGA and Key club to provide fun activities, food and competitions for students Pre-K-12th grade during the month of May. All proceeds raised during Field Day will be used to purchase items that will help promote student achievement, upgrade techonolgy, and provide for other needs for our students and school.
* Volunteer Service -
Members must accumulate 50 or more service hours per school year. Members volunteer their time and efforts at our elementary school's Harvest Festival, community events and serve and assist teachers at school on a daily basis.