- ANNOUNCEMENTS -
Class of 2017: A vertical senior photo and baby photo are due by Feb. 1, 2017 for the yearbook.
Make sure to click on the NEWS link above to see what exciting things are goingon at the high school.
Middle School Girls basketball game vs Lawton-Bronson for today (Tuesday, Jan. 24) has been canceled.
Junior Varsity and Varsity Basketball @ Woodbury Central for today have been postponed.
National Honor Society
Planned 2016-2017 NHS Meetings
|First Semester||Second Semester|
|August 30||January 10|
|September 20||January 24|
|October 4||February 7|
|October 18||February 21|
|November 1||March 7|
|November 15||March 21|
|December 6||April 4|
|December 13||April 18|
There might need to be an additional meeting around induction time.
Vice-President- Courtney Peters
Secretary- Autumn Rohlk
Treasurer- Amanda Gunderson
Public Relations- Anna Van Dusen
2016 New Inductees
Row 1: Grace Holmes, Anna VanDusen, Jenna Henderson, Autumn Rohlk
2015-2016 Current members
Row 1: Jordan Matthies, Bailey Ross, Elle McCormick, Jaden Uhl, Erin Fineran
Row 2: William Lozier, Aedan Hickey, Blake Netherton, Ben Dotzler, Jake Wulf
Row 3: Olivia Devitt, Tanya Burrow, Taylor Young, Brittany Hamann, Dylan Wunschel
Row 4: Courtney Peters, Summit Nielsen, Gable Sohm, Parker Clausen
Leadership: NHS members are school and community leaders, both of projects and organizations and by example. Leaders strive to make the group they are involved with better.
Scholarship: NHS members succeed scholastically and are dedicated to achieving more than just high grades. Scholarship embodies a love of learning.
Service: NHS members engage in NHS sponsored projects (either long term or one-time events) as well as continuing their commitment to support other community projects in many ways.
Character: NHS members maintain honorable characters and conduct themselves responsibly in all engagements. They abide by school rules, ask others to do the same, and represent the chapter honorably. They take responsibility for their actions even when it is difficult. To recognize honor, character, and academic abilities.