“NEA’s Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness program that calls for every child in every community to celebrate reading on March 2, the birthday of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss.” -National Education Association National Honor Society members had an incredible time traveling to various elementary schools around the district to teach […]
A member of National Honor Society recently wrote an article for local newspapers describing the excellent work we have completed over the past year. Take a look! “Garden Spot High School is home to an abundance of students who altruistically embody character, scholarship, leadership, and service—these individuals are collectively known as National Honor Society. In […]
Over the holidays, National Honor Society members took part in a competition in which the juniors and seniors competed against one another. The juniors were responsible for organizing a gift collection, in which the presents would be rewarded to families within the district. As for the seniors, they were responsible for collecting items to donate […]
This year we completed the Gobble Grams fundraiser once again. Small groups of students worked on making, selling, and delivering the small notes. Various students as well as teachers purchased them, leading to a very successful project.
This year National Honor Society had a face painting and drinks stand at Challenge of the Classes. Throughout the chilly day many students and faculty stopped by to get creative designs on their faces as well as buy drinks to quench their thirst.
This school year 17 new members were inducted into the organization. The ceremony not only honored their accomplishments but also provided an opportunity for current members to meet the new inductees. Mrs. Groft won the Teacher’s award, voted by current members. President Kiki’s wonderful speech clearly encompassed the mind frame of all NHS’s members when […]
As a result of an excellent idea expressed by our deputy-officer Nate Myers, a park clean up was organized for a service project. A group of students congregated at Brubaker Park to clean up brush, rake, and clean up trash. Following the project, most people traveled to the football game for a night of fun.
The club recently teamed up with the district’s health council to participate in the their showing of Big Hero 6. For those who needed a little snack or drink, we provided popcorn as well as water, ice tea, and Gatorade. Thanks to everyone who came out for a great night of community fun!
National Honor Society gives back to the school community by offering some of its members’ brain power and time. Members tutor one-on-one or one-on-many with students struggling in classes like, biology, any kind of math, Spanish, etc.
NHS has found its fundraising niche- a duck pond! At community and school events, like Community Game Night and Video Game Night, National Honor Society runs a duck pond fundraisers. Participants simply pick out a buoyant duck in our mini, toddler pool and win a prize based on the number.