The Character Counts award winners

DeAndre Neroes, Nathan Bucki, Mary Claire Stewart and Hannah West.

Honoring outstanding characters

The Character Counts award, presented by the Exchange Club of Lake Highlands, recognizes students who exhibit the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. LHHS students DeAndre Neroes and Nathan Bucki most recently earned the honor. The Youth of the Month award recognizes academic performers. That distinction most recently went to Mary Claire Stewart and Hannah West.

 

October Character Counts and Student of the Month awardees

Ronda Moreland, Austin Newberry, Laura Leigh Oualline, Kelsey Munoz, Jack Stewart and Peggy Dillon.

… and stellar students

From left, Ronda Moreland, Exchange Club of Lake Highlands Youth Vice President, and October Character Counts and Student of the Month awardees Austin Newberry, Laura Leigh Oualline, Kelsey Munoz, Jack Stewart and LHHS Principal Peggy Dillon.

 

Recent inductees into the Spanish Honor Society

Lisa Roldan, Rahab Mwangomo, Brianna Bearden, Haleigh Heil, Jessica Stephan, Kaitlin Heil and DJ McAleenan.

Culture club

Lake Highlands-based Dallas Lutheran School’s Spanish department head Lisa Roldan, far right, stands with students who recently were inducted into the Spanish Honor Society: Rahab Mwangomo, Brianna Bearden, Haleigh Heil, Jessica Stephan, Kaitlin Heil and DJ McAleenan.

 

Providence Patriot

Daniel Chambers

Now that’s patriotism

Daniel Chambers, a Lake Highlands resident and eighth-grader at Providence Christian School shows his school spirit as a Providence Patriot during the recent homecoming rally.