• Dr. Herpy

A Full Plate for NHS


National Honor Society is a student based club that is dedicated to improving the community. It is a great accomplishment being accepted, as the students must go through the application and interview process. This year they have welcomed thirty-six new members including both juniors and seniors. Throughout the course of the year NHS members volunteer their time to help work different events to benefit the surrounding area. National Honor Society, as of right now, has participated in helping in eighteen different events and plans to improve upon that number.

Currently NHS members are working on their individual service projects. These projects have to be at least twelve hours and are intended for the member to give back to the community. Some of these projects include singing to the elderly, Pennies for Patients, and the Bainbridge food drive. “For my service project I volunteered at the retirement home, The Weils.  I really enjoyed being able to give back to my community and plan on continuing my efforts” said junior Erin Bennett. Along with completing service projects NHS members are in charge of running the Variety Show on April 25th. Looks like they have a lot on their plate!