My son was inducted into NHS last year and
I don't know if our NHS has to fund raise or not, but it sure seems like the kids have to for just about every activity they're involved in!
I have a question, though.
DD is going to probably get an application for NHS later on this month.
Okay, I gotcha. And I agree with you that school service is valuable and necessary.
It's funny, because people in churches sometimes also have the attitude that mission work should mean feeding starving people in other countries, when helping that poor family in your own congregation pay their utility bill is just as worthwhile.
Kelly I did look at the book and it was full of coupons for places that we never go.
Thanks for your comments Kelly.
Thanks to all of you for your comments.
I get that they don't want to do the fundraiser, I was referring to the OP's complaint in her second post that he also has to do service projects for the *school* rather than the community, which she thought would be more valuable.
No idea--never had to sell anything when I was in HS for honor society. It was an honorary thing--we never actually did anything.
I don't know if Sami's school DOES NHS--haven't heard anything and she would certainly be a choice for it.