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January 2016

Welcome to the first Honor Society News of 2016! As the nation celebrates the accomplishments of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his focus on service, it is fitting that the National Honor Societies have so many awards and programs that offer members, advisers, and chapters an opportunity to be recognized for their service achievements....
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

December 2015

HOW DID IT GET SO LATE SO SOON? Dr. Seuss’ question seems timely and appropriate with the end of the calendar year quickly approaching. With many schools closing for winter and holiday break, we’d like to wish you all safe travels and an enjoyable time with family and friends. NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS NEW! Help for...
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

December 2015-January 2016

From orientations to open houses to homecomings, it has been a busy fall for advisers from around the country. Your role requires that you are always moving full steam ahead throughout the year and working closely with your council and chapter members. Download Full Issue Features James Paterson Paul Branagan Kathleen A. Belli Columns & Departments...
Advise, Advise: Volume 44 (2015–2016)

November 2015

REACHING OUT Veterans Day, Thanksgiving, holiday-themed activities…this time of year chapters are engaged in so much outreach. So we’re reaching out to you and want to know: What unique service projects has your chapter undertaken? Please tell us by submitting your project to the National Student Project Database, emailing [email protected] with a short project description...
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

October 2015

NEW BEGINNINGS For many chapters, the selection of new members for the 2015–16 school year is well underway. The online Adviser Resource Center’s “Selecting Members” section offers lots of guidance, customizable documents, and even a video to help you through the process. We hope the addition of new members—bringing their ideas and interests—helps your chapter...
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

October-November 2015

  Fall is always a busy time here at NASSP. Surely we're not the only ones having a busy fall, so we wish you continued success with your many activities and events during the school year. Know that all of your hard work is helping to make a difference in the lives of your students....
Advise, Advise: Volume 44 (2015–2016)

September 2015

GEARING UP We hope your academic year is off to a great start. We know that many chapters are entering a season of change in their chapter leadership—whether due to new advisers or new officers assuming their positions. We extend a special welcome to all who are new to chapter leadership and hope that the...
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

September 2015

  The beginning of the school year is always an exciting time, as your student leaders return rested, energized, and raring to go for the year. It is a great time to look at the possibilities of recreating or refreshing past events and establishing new events and traditions for your school. Download Full Issue Features...
Advise, Advise: Volume 44 (2015–2016)

August 2015

WELCOME BACK! We know many of you are off and running at full speed with activities and events already. We have been busy here gearing up for the new school year as well. As the year gets underway, we wish you great success in all you do. Please share your success stories with us at...
Honor Society News, Honor Society News: 2015–16

May 2015

SENSATIONAL SUMMER IDEAS Summer is an excellent time for your chapter members to take advantage of freedom from academics to participate in volunteer activities. For example, have your student members ever considered “reverse mentoring”? That’s when teens coach adults in areas like technology. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) has one such program, and...
Honor Society News, Honors Society News: 2014–15

April 2015

NATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP WEEK April 19–25 is National Student Leadership Week (NSLW)! You are a perfect example of this year’s NSLW theme: The Power of One. Because of you—working alongside your chapter members—student leaders make a positive, significant difference in their schools and communities. We celebrate your contributions now and throughout the year. NHS and...
Honor Society News, Honors Society News: 2014–15

Leadership for Student Activities, Volume 43 (2014–2015)

May 15 Leadership Structural Strength. Every successful leadership group is supported by a strong structure. Give students the tools they need. April 15 Leadership The Leaders of Tomorrow. While we can't predict the future, we can do our best to prepare a generation of student leaders capable of navigating unfamiliar terrain. March 15 Leadership Rise...
Advise, Advise: Volume 43 (2014-2015)