National Honor Society Members
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Forms for Members:
INNERVIEW- for logging and finding service hours
Requirements to maintain membership in the Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Honor Society
- Members must maintain a 95 or better weighted average. Any member whose grade average falls below 95 shall be warned and will have one semester to improve.
- The Honor Society is a service organization and as such our projects and meetings are important. All members are expected to support our projects and to perform a minimum of two hours of service monthly outside of NHS-sponsored events.
- If a member misses more than two meetings or activities without an approved reason, the Faculty Council will reconvene to discuss the status of the student’s membership.
- All members are expected to maintain the standards used as the basis for their selection and to serve as role models in the DVRHS community.
National Honor Society Criteria for Warning Letters
Each administrative conduct report counts as a strike unless it is for a more serious infraction. An email will be issued for the first conduct report. A letter will be issued for the second conduct report.
Tardies to School
4 Tardies – An email will be issued and will count as one strike.
9 Tardies – A letter will be sent and will count as an additional strike.
Each unexcused meeting counts as strike. A letter will be sent for the second unexcused meeting and a second strike issued.
An email will be sent out for any month where service hours are below the appropriate cumulative amount. A letter will be sent out if no corrective action is taken within a month’s time.
Faculty Council Dismissal Hearing
A letter will be sent with a time to meet with the faculty council when three accumulated strikes occur.