NHS Important Dates
9/6 – September letters mailed home to current members
9/17-21 – current junior members may pick up applications for Junior Officer Elections in room 223
9/17-21- Current members pay dues (and option to pay PF tix) 8:15-8:40 room 174
9/24 – Applications for Junior Officer Elections due to room 223 by 3:45 p.m.
10/8-12 Junior Officer Elections (online)
October/ November – Stockings Service Project
10/29 PF tix distributed
11/1, 2, 7 Current members turn in ticket money to room 174
11/7 Potato Scrubbing
11/8 – Potato Feast (6-7:30 p.m.)
1/31 – First semester service hours due to room 144 NLT 3:45
2/21- (2nd block) Applications distributed to new member candidates (Grade 10 & 11) in auditorium
3/21- Applications Due to room 144 NLT 3:45
3/28– Returned Applications Due to room 144 NLT 3:45
4/4 – NHS Faculty Council reviews applications; officers prepare for tapping
4/11 – 8:15 a.m. New Officer Induction in 174
April – Tapping
4/25 – Second semester senior hours due NLT 3:45 to room 144
April – Seniors order regalia
6/6- (4TH bell) Induction rehearsal for new member candidates
6/6– 7pm Induction for new members
6/6- Junior service hours due NLT 3:45 to room 144
Requirements for Good Standing
Good Standing for Current NHS Members
Requirements for remaining a member in good standing are:
- P.A. (weighted or unweighted) of 3.5 or higher and demonstrated commitment to scholarship
- no out-of-school suspensions, in-school suspensions (including ISS for tardies), or incidences of cheating
- payment of dues by the posted deadline (see NHS Important Dates above)
- submission of money for sales of two fundraiser tickets by the posted deadline (see NHS Important Dates above)
- service at the annual NHS fundraiser (Seniors only) (see NHS Important Dates above)
- submission of acceptable documentation for community service requirements by the posted deadline (see NHS Important Dates above)
Please note that once you become a member of the Martha W. Woolery Chapter of the National Honor Society, you will be placed on probationary status and/or dismissed if you do not meet the criteria listed above.
Seniors who are not members in good standing as of the date that second semester service documentation is due will not be marked in the graduation program as NHS members and will not wear the NHS regalia at the graduation ceremony. (see NHS Important Dates above)
NHS Service Project Log: 2018-19
Click the link to download the NHS Project Log.
- 1st semester – January 31, 2019 @ 3:45 p.m. to room 144
- 2nd semester: Seniors – April 25, 2019 (3:45 p.m.); Juniors – June 6, 2019 (3:45 p.m.)
You may log service completed any time after June 6, 2018
- Each NHS member must complete 10 service hours per year (a minimum of 5 must be completed by first semester.) Properly and fully completed Service Project Logs are to be turned in to Mrs. Dalton (144) no later than the due date. You are encouraged to turn it in early.
- Service Projects are defined by the following criteria:
- they benefit a public school, hospital, or nonprofit (officially tax-exempt) organization and are in keeping with the standards of NHS: leadership, citizenship, scholarship, service, and character
- they are volunteer – they are not paid and/or you do not receive a discount in return for service
- no double-dipping – service hours completed as a requirement for another Hickory High School organization may not be used to meet NHS service requirements.
- service projects may be completed anytime between June 7, 2017 and the due date
- all service projects must be validated by signature or an attached letter or they will not be recorded; your parent may not validate – it must be the project sponsor or beneficiary
- SENIORS: you are required to serve at fall fundraiser in November, and this will count as two hours of your ten total required. You must sign in at that fundraiser to receive credit.
- A limited number of other NHS-sponsored service projects at Hickory High School will be available throughout the year and posted on the NHS board, but for the most part, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR SEEKING OUT SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES THAT MEET YOUR OWN INTERESTS AND SCHEDULE.
- NHS members who do not turn in properly completed service logs which meet the requirements by the due date will not remain in good standing, and will not retain the privileges accorded to NHS members in good standing, including wearing the stole and cord at graduation.
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Students are also encouraged to check the NHS bulletin board located near the doors leading to the portables for the latest news, important dates, and service opportunities.
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