“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 […]
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.
Continuing an NHS tradition, members decorated Garden Spot’s halls with festive window clings and art before the holiday break!
In the fall semester, NHS compacted care packages that contained basic toiletries for underprivileged members in the community. NHS worked together with ELANCO Social Services Network, ESSN, to deliver the packages to community members in need. The packages contained essentials like, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, etc.
President Amy strikes a pose while cleaning up the pond on Thursday, April 23rd.
Mrs. Harris, one of two of the NHS advisors, is all smiles as members help beautify the school.
Caroline Beohm participated in the pond cleanup on Thursday, April 23rd. Claire Brier, featured in the background, helped out as well.
Members weeded an outside pond area on Thursday, April 23rd.
Rachel Fulford invites a neighborhood toad into NHS!
On Thursday, April 23, NHS members helped beautify the school through a service opportunity agricultural teacher, Miss Heather Pray, organized. After school, members cleaned up an outside pond area by weeding, picking up trash, and pulling out dead plants.