National Honor SocietyAdvisers: Mr. Amundsen and Mr. Stout2018-2019"To create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desireto render service, to promote leadership, and to developcharacter in the students of secondary schools."- NHS ConstitutionWelcome to National Honor Society's Webpage!NHS is more than just an honor roll. It serves to honor students who have demonstrated excellence in many important areas including scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Since 1921 students all over the country have been participating in NHS.
Congrats to our newly elected 2018-2019 National Honor Society Officers
Saipranav AvulaVice President
Community Service Liaison
Sneha Raj/Anna RussellNHS meetings will be held after school on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month.See the NHS bulletin board for details/updates!
Check the NHS Bulletin Board for Community Service Opportunities!
Upcoming/Ongoing NHS Sponsored Activities:
- Any community service hours that you accumulated should be documented and given as soon as possible to Sneha Raj/Anna Russell.
- Important note regarding meeting attendance: Even though you give a written note to Sierra Castiglia (secretary) regarding any meeting absence, whether or not it is an excused absence remains the discretion of the advisers, Mr. Amundsen and Mr. Stout. Two unexcused absences are cause for removal from NHS.
NHS-Sponsored Activities for the new school year:
- Allamuchy Day
- Joan Knechel Cancer Walk
- Fall Blood Drive
- October Food Drive for Independence Food Bank
- Holiday Food Drive for Trinity/Independence Food Banks
- Community Christmas Party and Gift Wrapping
- ARC Winter Carnival
- January Food Drive
- February Food Drive
- March Toiletry Drive
- April Food Drive
- Tom Kitchen 5K
- Big Brothers/Big Sisters Rock n Bowl
- Soccer Equipment Drive
- Spring Blood Drive
- Coming Soon for Juniors- Senior Day Volunteer Opportunity
- Keep your eyes and ear open for upcoming NHS sponsored events! Check the bulletin board outside of the Main Office regularly!
***Remember, you will have had to participate in at least five (5) activities and also 15 hours of community service in order to maintain your eligibility in NHS. "Community service" refers to any altruistic activity completed in school or outside of the school, designed to help someone in need. Members will not receive any monetary payment or reward for the service performed. Previous examples of community service include, but are not limited to tutoring, helping coach sports for younger children, helping the infirm or elderly, participation in Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts; candy striping at the hospital, volunteering at your local church/mosque/synagogue, etc.