Rucker-Stewart Middle School

For students going on the 8th grade Washington DC Trip:

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Club Information:

When are meetings:  Meetings start in September.  They are the first Wednesday of every month at 7:10 am in the libary.  

Selection for membership is based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, service, and citizenship. Being a member of National Junior Honor Society is an honor.  Invitations for membership are given out in the spring of 6th grade and 7th grade year.  

Frequently asked questions:

How are you chosen?  For 6th grade, you must earn all A’s and B’s every nine weeks.  For 7th grade, you must earn all A’s and B’s for your final grade in 6th grade and All A’s and B’s in every nine weeks in 7th grade.  In addition, names of students were given to teachers to make sure the students exhibit good character.

What does National Junior Honor Society do?  This is a national club that is in most middle and high schools.  We meet every month and discuss different topics including online citizenship, scholarships, and STEM.

Are there other requirements?  Yes, each student must maintain their grades, show good character, and complete 10 hours of community service each year. 

What opportunities do members have?  8th grade National Honor Society will have an opportunity to go to Washington DC in the spring of their 8th grade year.  Members have opportunities for college scholarship, as well. 

Faculty Advisors: Mrs. Birdwell, Mrs. Donoho, Mr. Kirk, Mrs. Christopher and Mrs. Say

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