NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY

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2021-2022 New & Current Inductees
New Inductees: Ella Henze Taylor Mustaine Kiersten Randall Ciera Randall Lauren Solberg Peyton Smith Evan Watson Returning members Adysen Lander Baylee Butler Caley Wilson Grace Tollefson Kalyn Polley Reilly Jensen

 

Jr Class NHS Senior NHS

2020-2021 NHS Members
1st picture is Juniors
Grace Tollefson, Adysen Lander , Caley Wilson, Abigail Struthers, Baylee Butler, Reilly Jensen,  Kalyn Polley
2nd picture Seniors
Reyna Jorgenson, Taylor Wittkop, Avery Randall, Emma Allen, Rachel Ford, Kate Breja
TJ Mehman, Delaney Nichols, Sadie Clark, Cael Kline, Sarah Pierce, Molly Walker, Cody Kline

 

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2019-2020 NHS MEMBERS
Front Row L-R: Autumn Carr, Elaina Dawley, Grace deNeui, Payton Halverson, Grace Mustaine, Renae Schaper
Middle Row L-R: Christian Gavarette, Hana Hohnstein, Corinne Jorgenson, Mya Kirke, Ashlyn Watson, Elli Allen
Back Row L-R: Kathryn Breja, Sadie Clark, Cody Kline, Tatjana Mehman, Delaney Nichols, Sarah Pierce, Molly Walker

 

Do you need volunteers for a project, event or whatever.  Fill out this form to have NHS come help you out.  If unable to fill out form call 641-483-2136.

Volunteer Form

What is NHS?
The National Honor Society (NHS) elevates a school’s commitment to the values of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four pillars have been associated with membership in the organization since its inception in 1921.
Today, it is estimated that more than one million students participate in NHS activities. NHS chapters are schools across the USA in all 50 states. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

 

Qualifications for NHS:
Selection takes place during the months of September/October, and typically we induct new members in early November.
NHS is a service organization that recognizes high achieving students at West Marshall. In addition to meetings and other school initiatives, are students are often called upon by the community to assist in different volunteer avenues.
West Marshall’s NHS Projects
December-Go to the Iowa Veteran’s Home every year at Christmas time to participate in the gift drive the American Legion Auxiliary does for the Veterans. The Auxiliary gives each veteran one gift to pick out and send to a loved one, which is shipped free of charge. Our students help with transporting residents to the gift shop, wrapping presents, and visiting with the veterans at IVH.
Spring-Every year, we do a blood drive in the spring, help Elementary with Dr. Seuss Day and we have done a Dance Marathon event in the spring semester for the last two years. We are currently planning our DM for March/April 2020. Last year, we spent time recognizing the teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week in Early May.

NHS Pictures