NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

 

CLUB NAME: National Honor Society
CLUB SPONSOR: Natalie Gaudette
CLUB SPONSOR E-MAIL: ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
MEETING DAY(S) : Every 3rd Wednesday 11:25am-12:10pm; Tutoring After School Tuesdays/Thursdays 3-4:00pm
MEETING TIME : Every 3rd Wednesday 11:25am-12:10pm; Tutoring After School Tuesdays/Thursdays 3-4:00pm
MEETING FREQUENCY :  Every 3rd Wednesday 11:25am-12:10pm; Tutoring After School Tuesdays/Thursdays 3-4:00pm

 

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE CLUB?
The purpose of the National Honor Society is to promote, recognize, and celebrate the pillars of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. 

 

CLUB DESCRIPTION
The purpose of the CMIT Academy North High School National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for academic scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in our students. Members are expected to uphold these pillars through consistent participation in various leadership and service opportunities while working to develop character and maintain the academic achievements that made them eligible for the Society. 

 

THE GOALS OF THE CLUB
1 Create an enthusiasm for academic scholarship
2 Stimulate a desire to render community service
3 Promote worthy leadership and opportunities for leadership
4 Encourage the development of strong, positive character

 

SOCIAL MEDIA & WEBSITE: 

How can this club support the school website and the school`s social media accounts?

We can share quarterly updates about the Academic and Service achievements of our members. 

 

How can this club support school activities such as;

Spirit Week, BHM, Open House, CMIT club expo, etc?

 

The National Honor Society can create opportunities for students to be acknowledged for service, academic achievement, positive character, and leadership achievements. 

The chapter will also put on tutoring sessions to support students throughout the academic year. 

 

CLUB RULES/EXPECTATIONS
Members will be put on probation upon missing 5 chapter activities and will be up for dismissal upon missing 10 chapter activities. Members who fall below the required 3.3 grade point average will be put on probation and will be up for dismissal if they fall below the 3.3 GPA two quarters in one school year. Members are also expected to have earned 24 service hours by the start of their junior year and will be expected to earn 10 hours per academic year regardless of how many hours they have at the start of each academic year. To graduate with National Honor Society regalia, students must have earned a minimum of 50 service learning hours by May 1 of their senior year. 
CLUB ANNUAL PLAN
WEEK BRIEF PLAN OF THE MEETINGS

/EVENTS/ACTIVITIES/FUNDRAISINGS ETC.

OCT 5-9 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
OCT 12-16 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
OCT 19-23 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
OCT 26-30 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
NOV 2-6 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
NOV 9-13 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
NOV 16-20
NOV 23-27
NOV 30-DEC 4 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
DEC 7-11 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
DEC 14-18 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
DEC 21-25
JAN 4-8 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
JAN 11-15 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
JAN 18-22 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
JAN 25-29 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
FEB 1-5 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
FEB 8-12 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
FEB 15-19 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
FEB 22-26 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
MAR 1-5 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
MAR 8-12 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
MAR 15-19 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
MAR 22-26 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
APR 6-9 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
APR 12-16 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
APR 19-23 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
APR 26-30 Bi-Weekly Tutoring
MAY 3-7 New Member Induction
MAY 10-14
MAY 17-21
MAY 24-28

 

Note: other activities are to be announced / decided