We would like to thank Wiley Waller, Cantrell Rozales, Olivia Martens, and Erin Houseman, who are fulfilling their promise as National Honor Society Members to serve their community by volunteering their time to come and help Friends Feeding Friends unload and put away the monthly Costco order. Getting the kids involved is one of the best parts of our program.
For those who may not know, the National Honor Society is an organization that recognizes high school students who excel academically and demonstrate strong leadership skills, as well as service to their community. Membership in the National Honor Society is highly selective and requires students to maintain a high grade point average, engage in community service, and demonstrate leadership skills.
To become a member of the National Honor Society, high school students must meet specific criteria set forth by the organization. First, students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Second, they must demonstrate leadership skills through participation in extracurricular activities or community service projects. Finally, students must exhibit strong character and demonstrate a commitment to serving their community.
The National Honor Society is an excellent opportunity for high school students to develop their leadership skills, engage in community service, and build a strong academic foundation. It also provides an opportunity for students to be recognized for their hard work and dedication to their studies and their community.
We are proud of these students for achieving this great honor and we are grateful to them for choosing to volunteer with Johnson County Friends Feeding Friends.