The Paton-Churdan National Honor Society is an active leadership group at PC and in the community. Projects include helping with the weekly packing and distribution of Rocket Fuel Packs, Trunk or Treat, Spring Blood Drive, and Salvation Army Holiday Santa's Helpers. It is the goal of PC NHS to complete one service project a month.
On Tuesday, October 15, the Paton-Churdan National Honor Society inducted six new members, Bradyn Smith, Carmyn Paup, Megan Palmer, Karissa Stephenson, Hannah Bundt and Danielle Hoyle. Current members include Kyla Beyers, Kaleb Fisher, Jacob Geisler, Madi Minnehan, Jon Thede and Chloe Berns. Following induction a cake reception was held in honor of the new inductees and their families.
Membership to the National Honor Sociery is as follows:
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are eligible for National Honor Society based on their scholarship achievement of maintaining a 3.0 grade point average. Eligible students must then apply for membership. Applications are reviewed and scored based on a rubric. A faculty committee then reviews blind applications and selects new members based on the four pillars of National Honor Society-- Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character.
Members in Photo:
(Top row) Brayden Smith, Kaleb Fisher, Kyla Beyers, (middle row) Carmyn Paup, Jacob Geisler, Karissa Stephenson, Hannah Bundt, (front row) Megan Palmer, Jon Thede, Chloe Berns, Madi Minnehan, Danielle Hoyle.