National Honors Society
National Honor Society (NHS) Induction Ceremony
-Principal, vice principals, and teachers congratulate new members
What is NHS about?
Scholarship: “(Knowledge) can be acquired in only one way—through diligence and effort”
Service: “We are committed to the idea of volunteering our time and abilities to the creation of a better tomorrow”
Leadership: “The price of leadership is sacrifice—the willingness to yield one's personal interests for the interest of others”
Character: “It is the product of constant action, daily striving to make the right choice”
Future/Patriotism/Inspiration—Today's youth (scholarship, leadership, service, and character) is tomorrow's world.
President: overseeing other officers' tasks, compromising and resolving conflicts
Vice President: supporting President's tasks and taking over President's role when he or she is gone.
Treasurer: planning fund-raising events
Historians: planning fun activities
Secretary: organizing records and notes
Volunteer Coordinator: finding volunteer events for members
What Has Madison NHS done so far?
-Participated in class president's election.
-A reserved glass case for NHS bulletin board
-NHS column in school newspaper
-Bi-annual blood drive
-Tutoring in math, science and English.
-Volunteering in many places including churches, schools, and communities.
-Cooperation with other clubs like HOSA (Health Occupation Students of America), Key Clubs, Red Cross, and SUN (School Uniting Neighborhoods)
-Planning to work with other high school clubs
-Planning to extend NHS to middle schools
-A cumulative 3.5 GPA
-30 hours of volunteer in the end of the year.
-Membership will be terminated if he/she misses more than 3 meetings
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