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 Chapter Service Projects 2019

 

Remember: our goal is to complete all requirements before the end of the first semester.  There will be additional requirements in the Spring if you fail to participate in a chapter sponsored service project this semester . If there is a need due to space, we may offer other options as they come. 

 

  • Punt, Pass, Kick  
  • Volunteers needed - 12 
  • What is it? A football punt, pass, and Kick competition for kids sponsored by MTSU and One Goal Sports 
  • What will I do for this project? Help register kids for the competition and measure results. A fun, active event 
  • When? Saturday October 268:00AM – 10:30AM 
  • Where? MTSU Soccer Complex 

 

  • International Festival  
  • Volunteers needed  30 or more 
  • What is it? Food, music, and art festival celebrating world cultures. 
  • What will I do for this project? You will help run game stations and booths, set up or clean up, help with parking. 
  • When? 3 shifts – 10-12:30, 12-2:30, 2-5. Saturday October 19 
  • Where? Canonsburgh Village 
  • Be sure not just to sign up on the club page, but also sign up with the actual event here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050a4ea9ae28a3fc1-boro 

 

  • Read To Succeed -  Family Literacy Nights. Currently one night, possibly more 
  • Volunteers needed - 6 
  • What is it? Reading Time and supervised literacy activities promoting literacy in Murfreesboro. 
  • What will I do for this project?  Meals are provide for families who attend.  Your job as a volunteer will be to help set up for the meal, serve, and clean up. 
  • When? October 30. Time TBD but probably 4:15-7:00pm 
  • Where? Hobgood Elementary School 

 

  • Angel Tree  
  • Volunteers needed - 15 
  • What is it? The Angel Tree project is sponsored by The Salvation Army.  We will join thousands of other individuals around the country collecting holiday gifts for disadvantaged children. 
  • What will I do for this project? Teachers, classes, and clubs at Central purchase gifts.  Your job will be to meet with classes, clubs, and individuals to distribute assigned “Angels.”  You will also be expected to follow up with individuals, classes, clubs to pick up gifts and bring to Mr. Windham’s class on pickup day.  Students will then transport gifts from school to The Salvation Army in Murfreesboro.  It’s not required to drive or have a car, but having access to a car (or having friends who could help) to move gifts would be preferred. 
  • When? Mid November – Early December (exact dates tbd. The date on the signup is just an estimate) Transporting gifts will take place between 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM on a school day. 
  • Where? Mostly at Central, then transporting gifts to the Salvation Army in Murfreesboro 
 
 
Sign up for your preferred project here:
 
 
 
“Ability may get you to the top, but it takes character to keep you there.”--John Wooden
 
2019-2020 Officers:

President: Bella Goodnight
Vice President: Nathan Cardel
Secretary/Treasurer: Helen Grace Daniel
Activities Chair: Brian Son

 
 
Communication responsibilities:
 
 
NHS Stole Requirements for graduating seniors
To wear an NHS Stole at graduation, a senior must be in good standing with the club.  A member in good standing is one who has:
  • Completed a chapter service project in the spring and fall semesters of 2019
  • Turned in 20 service hours to the club sponsor
  • Paid dues
  • Attended chapter meetings or met with sponsor or officers after missing a meeting
National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
 
Central Magnet School holds high standards for all of its students, especially those in the National Honor Society.  Membership in Central's NHS is open to second semester juniors and seniors who have a cumulative GPA of 3.75.  Applicants undergo a rigorous review by a board Central Magnet teachers, who consider the extent of each applicant's qualifications in the areas of service, leadership, and character.