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The purpose of the NHS Committee shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership, and develop character and citizenship in the students of secondary schools in Massachusetts. The NHS Committee shall also act as an instrument to help local chapters implement a working philosophy based on that of the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society by:

  1. Serving as an informational resource agency for all established chapters.
  2. Bringing about better communication between association member chapters.
  3. Providing workshops for member chapters.
  4. Maintaining liaison with NASSP (parent organization for NHS and NJHS).

Be sure to visit the National Honor Society page for more information about the program.

National NHS/NJHS website: http://www.nhs.us/

2014 NHS Character Survey Results

Liaison - Mr. Lawrence Murphy, MSAA Assistant Director

Ms. Starr Pinkos, Retired, State Coordinator

Ms. Stephanie Donohue,
Retired, Regional Coordinator (North)

Ms. Rebecca Howe, Avon Middle-High School,Regional Coordinator (South)

Mr. James Joinville, Quaboag Regional High School, NHS Adviser

Ms. Heidi Ragno, South Hadley High School, Regional Coordinator (West)

Ms. Amy-June Remy, Bellingham High School, Regional Coordinator (Central)

Mr. Michael Rubin, Principal, Uxbridge High School

Committee Dates

September 16, 2020 Agenda   Minutes

October 7, 2020  Agenda  Minutes

 NHS Fall Conference - Cancelled due to Governor's State COVID restrictions

December 8, 2020  Agenda   Minutes

December 15, 2020 Agenda  Minutes

January 13, 2021

February 2, 2021

100 Anniversary of NHS Virtual Celebration, February 10, 2021

March 16, 2021 - State and Regional Coordinators Only

April 1, 2021 NHS Spring Conference

May 11, 2021


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