• LonghornsNational English Honor Society
    Club Sponsor: Ms. Stephanie Harrison

    Club Overview: 
    NEHS is open to high school students who have demonstrated exceptional ability in such areas as literary analysis, media studies, composition, linguistic study, and creative writing, and who meet the requirements of membership as set forth in the NEHS Constitution.  
    Returning Members need to complete this information sheet and pay dues on MyPaymentsPlus.com by Sept. 25, 2019.  Here is the Returning Member FORM.    The year-long tracker for returning members is HERE (2019-20 Tracker).
    Juniors and seniors are invited to apply for membership in September of the 2019-20 school year.  The application is  HERE and due by October 15 to Ms. Harrison in room 1810 or her mailbox.  Students will be notified later in October if they are invited to join NEHS.
    Club Meeting Time
    Club Meetings are once a month in Ms. Harrison's room, 1810, at 7:50 AM.
    The meeting dates are on Tuesday mornings for the 2019-20 year are:
    • September 10 or September 12 - Lunch & Learn training with Pridgen (sign-up required)
    • September 24
    • October 15
    • November 12
    • December 10 - induction of new members
    • January 14
    • February 11 
    • March 10
    • April 21 - trackers are due; honor cords handed out
    Club Activities or Events:
    Current Members are expected to complete community service hours each semester.  Trackers are provided at club meetings.  PLEASE NOTE:  There are different trackers for Returning Members VS. New Members.
    The 2019-20 tracker for Returning Members can be found here: 
    The 2019-20 tracker for NEW MEMBERS will not begin until December 2019.
    Furthermore, current members need to pay club dues each year.  We will be using the MyPaymentsPlus website.  Dues information for RETURNING MEMBERS ONLY is open at this time and will close on September 25.  After that date, RETURNING members will have to pay NEW MEMBER dues when the portal is open in October.
    Our honor's club does a variety of school and community activities from tutoring in ELA to helping with the canned food drive and toy drive during the holidays to our annual book drive in March.  Last Spring, we painted the girl's restroom using Jordyn's Summer Shirt Project theme for autism awareness:  "Be Kind to Everyone" and it was a hit!  We were even asked to paint the logo at Whitlow Elementary School, too.  Here are some pictures of that:
    group pic
    Pic A     whitlow   
    Club Officers:
    Congratulations to the following students for serving in leadership roles for the 2019-20 year: 
          PRESIDENT:  Kaitlyn Carmichael
          VICE-PRESIDENT:  Callie Galloway
          SECRETARY:  Rachel Lee
          HISTORIAN:  Karina Teichert
Last Modified on October 7, 2019