2019 NHS Luncheon
Four students were awarded membership into the National Honor Society on Thursday, April 11. Students were honored at a special luncheon. Students were evaluated on four areas which included scholarship, service, leadership, and character. In the category of scholarship, students must have a 92% cumulative grade average after three semesters of study. Members must meet a minimum of 20 hours of community service within the last year and in the area of leadership must have held at least one responsible elected office. Students must also belong to two or more school organizations. The final area each candidate is evaluated on is character. Members must exhibit qualities of integrity, positive behavior, cooperation, and ethics. This was determined by a vote of the faculty. Rebecca Halbmaier, Blaine Nicola, Grace Popken, and Kelly Richards all received a rose as a sign of their selection into the National Honor Society. They will be formally inducted into the Mead National Honor Society Chapter during Academic Awards Night on May 7.