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MMU NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

NHS Advisors: TBA

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS

2011-2012 NHS Officers

President: Nick Shallow
Vice-President: Hannah Marshall
Secretary: Elise Pitmon
NHS Coordinators:
Communication:
Website:

Students with a 3.6 or better at the end of their sophomore year who have shown outstanding performance in the areas of service, leadership, and character are eligible to seek membership in the National Honor Society. The criteria for selection form the foundation upon which the organization and its activities are built.

After students have submitted documentation of the areas in which they have shown service and leadership both inside and outside of school, the final decision is made by a faculty committee.

MMU's chapter of the National Honor Society convened again this fall with many new members, and a membership of more than forty people. These students were selected as sophomores or juniors in recognition of their academic achievements and dedication to serving the community. So far, the students have been enthusiastically participating in service projects around the community and even into the greater Burlington area in order to fulfill the necessary 20 hours of community service per semester. Included in this website is a list of upcoming activities as well as a recap of activities that have already taken place.

 

 NHS ALL-STAR VOLUNTEERS:

 

 

 

 

MEETING MINUTES

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