With the school year just starting Caroline Sallen, the Boone High School’s National Honor Society adviser, is recruiting new members and is strongly recommending any student who makes the requirement to become a member. The National Honor Society is still accepting application until Friday, September 25th. Due to this the yearly induction that was set for Monday, September 28th has been postponed until Monday, November 9th.
“Students should get involved in National Honor Society because we always have monthly meetings and service projects which get students involved in the community and school.” said Sallen. “ It is a wonderful organization and an extremely high honor for students selected into membership.”
When asked why the National Honor Society is a great thing to be associated with, Sallen began to dive into her own personal reasons for being a part of this organization.
“I was a member of National Honor Society when I was in high school and I think it is a wonderful organization. I enjoy working with the students and planning service projects and events for our members to help out with. I absolutely love my job because I am a special education teacher during the school day, but get the opportunity to work with some of Boone’s most extraordinary students as the National Honor Society Adviser. “
As the school year is just beginning, the National Honor Society is looking to continue their yearly organization by recruiting new qualifying members in efforts to improve the Boone Community; and strongly recommends anyone who qualifies for the membership to apply so more people can have the opportunity to help strengthen our society.