Each grade level in Lyndonville High School has a Class Committee which meets intermittently to plan fundraisers and other activities. Classes are considered a team and work to make profits from fundraisers from freshman year on up through the grade levels. Activities planned by junior class teams include prom in June and the Tiger Talent Show in March. Class teams compete for spirit awards at the Homecoming celebration and other pep-rallies held throughout the year.
Class of 2020 advisor Daniel Dragula
Class of 2021 advisors Kim Bow/Tammy Mallon
Class of 2022 advisor Rebecca Lacy
Class of 2023 TBD
Lyndonville has participated in Envirothon for many years, and the District’s team has been Orleans County Champions for a number of those years. Open to students in grades 9-12, participants compete as a team of five in regional, state and national competitions, answering questions based on four core topics: Wildlife, Forestry, Aquatics and Soil, with a fifth topic that varies each year.
Advisor Kathy Wronski
7-12 Student Council
The 9-12 Student Council is responsible for planning Homecoming, Class Day, and Picture Day. Classes elect four representatives to sit on Student Council in the fall. The group meets year round on an as needed basis. Participants learn Roberts Rule of Order and how to run a meeting. Student Council is a way for students to be active in what goes on in and around the school.
Advisor Maegan Suhr and Gina Marker
National Junior/Honor Society
The National Junior Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. The group meets throughout the year to plan service projects, fundraisers and the annual NJHS Induction Ceremony. Students must possess and maintain a cumulative grade point average of 90 percent in order to be a member of the NJHS.
Advisors Paula Bachman and Alisha Schwarzott
Varsity club meets in September of every school year to organize the selling of refreshments at home athletic games in the Lyndonville Central School District. Proceeds raised by the sales help pay for athletic awards at the end of the school year at the annual athletic banquet. Members consist of student athletes in grades 9-12.
Advisor Karli Sturtevant
Members of the Yearbook Club assist in the production of the Lyndonville Central School District’s K-4 soft-cover yearbook and the 5-12 Echo hardcover books. The club meets intermittently throughout the school year. Open to students in grades 5-12, members learn about the basics of page design using a Yearbook Publishers web program, as well as photography, how to upload photos to a website, and the rigors of meeting a deadline.
Advisors Amanda LeClair