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National Junior Honor Society

Per our bylaws, service hours are defined as instances of work or assistance provided without payment or benefit. 

Activities that do NOT qualify for service hours include: 

  • Services to immediate family, such as babysitting or doing chores

  • Anything you are paid to do

  • Any activity required for a class (including Leadership, unless outside of school hours)

  • Any activity that is part of a church service (singing in a choir, altar service, etc)

Activities that do qualify for service hours may include: 

On Campus Activities

    • Participation in the recycling team

    • Participation in school-sponsored service events including food drives, Fall Festival, VIP Week, clothing or toy drives

    • Assisting a teacher or tutoring students after school

    • Sign-making or activity planning during Advisory or after school

Off-Campus Activities

    • Help at another school

    • Participate in community events, such as Relay for Life, etc.

    • Volunteer at the public library, senior center, or food closet

    • Volunteer at a church (not as part of a church service) 

Document service hours using this form, and submit them within two weeks of service completion. Check the table below to see how many hours you have submitted. 

Monthly service hours are due by the 5th of the following month. 

2023 Hours Total


MEETING with MEFIYI is Tuesday, May 2, 2023, at LUNCH! 

GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING is Wednesday, May 3, 2023 at LUNCH!

If you have any questions, be sure to contact our main advisor, Mrs. Worthington, at (775) 265-6100 or 

Thank you for visiting our chapter website!

Sign Up for Volunteer Times

Volunteering after school means you can ride the bus home. 

If you volunteer any other time/place, please be sure to get your parents approval. Some locations require a volunteer form which may take some time to get approval, so plan early!

General Service Ideas

  • Tutor a younger student: See Mrs. Michel or Mrs. Jahreis in E pod. 
  • Offer free pet sitting or dog walking
  • Volunteer at a Carson Valley Food Closet 
  • Volunteer at Animal Shelter
  • Make signs for home sports games and lead fun chants

April- May Service Ideas

  • Volunteer at the senior center
  • Help clean up the yard of a neighbor who needs help
  • Walk a pet for someone who can't do it themself
  • Volunteer at the PWL Track Meet (May 4). See Mr. Olguin if interested. 
  • Free babysitting on weekends