Tuesday, Lunch, Room 615
Each year, Interact clubs complete at least one community service project and at least one project that furthers international understanding and goodwill. Interact's five primary avenues of service include the following: community, international, school, environmental, and fundraising.
Friday, Lunch, Danceroom
In addition to service projects, Key Club is affiliated with Kiwanis International and other upper service organizations for division, region, district, and international events. Some of the most notable large events include Fall Rally North at Six Flags and District Convention.
Me to We
Wednesday, Lunch, Room 106
Lynbrook High School's Me to We Club focuses on local and global issues pertaining to the five pillars: water, food, health, education, and opportunity. Our goal is to raise $10,000 through executing fundraisers and awareness projects in order to build a school in Totoras, Ecuador.
Tuesday, Lunch, Room 514
Paper Airplanes is a global non-profit that provides professional development , mentoring and educational opportunities for refugees. Paper Airplanes club members have the opportunity to join the Youth Exchange Program, which pairs lynbrook students with high-school aged refugees from Syria for a cultural exchange and also english tutoring.