Jeff Holland, Rebecca Adcock
Tiffany Brown, Katrina Gerstner, Graham Peirera, Ryan Rosendahl and Corey Teitsma.
- Each year, juniors and seniors who have earned a weighted grade point average of 3.50 or higher at the clsoe of the spring semester of the prior year will receive an invitation to submit an essay and a resume to be reviewed by the faculty council. Students will have 10 school days to compile this information and to turn it in by an established deadline. The informaiton will document a student's demonstrated leadership and his/her service to the school, to fellow students, and to the community.
- The principal (or his/her designee) will appoint a five-member council from the faculty to review the essays and resumes. The faculty council will not include NHS advisers or the principal or assistant principals. The faculty council will review information provided and rank students on a scale of 1 to 4, with 4 being the highest score, for leadership and service. Information reviewed will not include the name of the student.
- The faculty council will have two weeks to review the information. The results of the student ranking will be turned over to the NHS adviser, who will tabulate results. Results will be shared with the principal for approval.
- The entire faculty will be invited to rank all nominees on the area of character. Faculty members will rank students on a scale of 1 to 4, with 4 being the highest score. Faculty members will base their score on their knowledge of a student's display of respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, fairness, caring and citizenship.
- Students will then be notified in writing of the results of the process. Students who have averaged a 3.0 score or higher during this process and who have met criteria for scholarship and character will be invited to become a member of the National Honor Society.
- The membership is made official during an induction ceremony that will be announced and determined after the selection process is complete.