Juniors and Seniors are invited to become members of the Hickory Ridge High School National Honor Society if they have a 4.25 GPA , have a clean discipline record, and exhibit qualities of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Membership in the National Honor Society is an honor and a responsibility. Students will be expected to attend monthly meetings and participate in service projects. We are very proud of our students. Congratulations NHS members. Meetings this year are held Bull 3A or 3B in the Auditorium.Club Advisor- Mrs. Kathy Habjanic firstname.lastname@example.orgNHS provides peer tutoring during Bull Time. This is an excellent way to show leadership skills and looks great on college applications. If you are available to tutor please see Mrs Rengert.NHS Seniors- If interested in applying for the NHS scholarship remember the deadline is fast approaching. See Mrs. Habjanic if you have any questions concerning the scholarship.October Service Projects- Blood Drive and Trunk or TreatNovember Service Project- NHS Induction CeremonyPlease sign up to donate items or to work the Induction Ceremony. If you are working the Induction Ceremony please arrive by 6:00pm on November 15. If you are donating items please turn in your items to Mrs. Habjanic by November 14. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080a4aacaa2ea31-nhsinductionDecember Service Project- For our service project we are going to help with HRHS Winter Semi-Formal. There is an opportunity to donate supplies or help set up.
January Service Project- Girls love Mail for Breast Cancer Survivors: . You will need to write two letters and return them to Mrs. Miller by the end of January. Please submit two different creative letters. More information with examples can be found at http://www.girlslovemail.com/ Due to exams we will not have a January meeting.
April Service Project- Teacher Appreciation Deadline April 27
Please sign up to donate an item to show appreciation to our teachers. http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080a4aacaa2ea31-nhsteacherSeniors don't forget to pay for your stole if you would like to wear one at graduation. The cost is $22 and must be paid no later than Wednesday, April 11. You can wear a NHS stole from past years if you have a friend or sibling that has already graduated.Juniors interested in running for an officer position need to sign and return a form to Mrs. Habjanic by April 27.October Service Project- NHS Blood Drive and Trunk or TreatNovember Service Project- NHS inductionsDecember Service Project- Winter Semi-FormalJanuary Service Project- Girls Love MailFebruary Service Project- Bus Driver AppreciationApril Service Project- Teacher Appreciation