classroom, desks, window students seated, girl giving thums up

The CVA National Honor Society is one of the school most active groups when it comes to serving the community. This year, the members have:

  • Collected donations for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer,
  • Donated and handed out candy at Connected Community Schools' Trunk or Treat  at Jarvis,
  • Rang the bell outside of Walmart for the Salvation Army at Christmastime,
  • Made and delivered  Valentine's Day cards to residents at the Grand in Ilion,
  • Donated and collected socks for the homeless, and
  • Assisted with Catholic Charities efforts, Fisher's Family Game Night, Ft. Herkimer Cleanup, and Frankfort Rotary Dinner.

Frequently stereotyped as a group that focuses on academic achievement, Honor Society is much more. To be considered for membership, students must exhibit the Four Pillars of leadership: service, character, scholarship, and citizenship. Members then donate their time to improve our communities.

Here's a view shots of NHS members at work:

5 students, hallway, lockers, four holding boxes

4 students, classroom, cupboards, desks, making cards

classroom filled with students at desks, making cards, windows

4 students, car with trunk open, candy in back, happy halloween sign

girl, classroom, holding card

car with open trunk filled with candy, five students, halloween decoratins

wall of paper cancer ribbons

4 girls, outdoors, winter clothing, Salvation Army sign

girl seated at table filled with candy, car with open trunk, outdoors