Be sure to sign up for the NEHS banquet on 04-27-17, at Grimaldi's. Stay tuned for the time!       
Sign up for the NEHS banquet. Plans are for it to be held on April 27th., at Grimaldi's, at 5:30. You must have elgibility points and you must sign up with Dr. Emmons or Miss Cress.



                                                              President: Caroline Cantrell

                                                             Vice President for Business and Points: Olivia Giovingo

Reading Buddies Vice President: Jack Renaud

Advisor: Dr. Janet Emmons
Assistant Advisor:
Miss Angela Cress

Meetings: See Officers and Points, on the side bar, for meeting dates.
2:45 PM to 3:15 PM
Room 214 or The LGI

Officers' Meetings
The Monday prior to the General Meeting
2:45 PM   Room 214

Applications are available during membership drives
in the folder between
Rooms 212 and 214

America's first honor society was founded in 1776, but high school students did not have access to such organizations for another 150 years. Since then, high school honor societies have been developed in leadership, drama, journalism, French, Spanish, mathematics, the sciences, and in various other fields, but not in English.
Until now. As Joyce Carol Oates writes, "This is the time for which we have been waiting." Or perhaps it was William Shakespeare: "Now is the winter of our discontent made glorious summer . . . ."
The National English Honor Society (NEHS), founded and endorsed by Sigma Tau Delta, is the only national organization exclusively for high school students and faculty who, in the field of English, merit special note for past and current accomplishments.

Information, for meeting dates, activities, points, and officers, is available on the sidebar under:
Dates, Points, Officers.
Note: UIL participation earns the same points as Reading Buddies.
Please note that The National English Honor Society national office web address follows.
The address is below.


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