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NHS Reflection: Bottle Drive for OLGC

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS seniors Olivia Czajka, Kelsea Kernsek, and Andrea Tabar. Our goal with this project was to raise money for Our Lady of Good Council Church, a place well known by many people in our community. OLGC serves as a church and a school. We decided to do this by collecting

NHS Reflection: Bridgepointe Field Day

This Independent Service Project was a combination of two groups, May Sports Day as well as Field Day. The event was conducted by NHS seniors Samira Kalamdani, Richa Kalamdani, Mindy McKeehan, Tim Hoang, and Kyle Cotter.    Our ISP was a field day for the students at the Academy of the Americas in Detroit. We held the event

NHS Reflection: Stocking the Shelves

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS senior Joselyn Schlosser. Attached below is a link to her press release.  Stocking the Shelves PR For more information, the press should contact Joselyn Schlosser at jschlosser12@gmail.com. 

NHS Reflection: Book Drive

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS Seniors Camille King and Kire Beasley. The following link is their press release, which offers information for their completed ISP: Book Drive Press Release For more information, the press can contact Camille King at caking359@pccsk12.com or Kire Beasley at knbeasl771@pccsk12.com. 

NHS Reflection: Revitalizing Detroit

This ISP was conducted by NHS Seniors Chris Paplin, James Rubio, and Rachel Rubio. Our Independent Service Project (ISP) started with a vision to inspire Detroit-ers of all likes, and to help make the city a better place. In the end our group set the goal of revamping an unused and neglected courtyard in the

NHS Reflection: Autism Awareness Benefit Concert

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS senior Daniel Arini. My ISP was an exhilarating Autism Awareness Benefit Concert which was held on May 5th at the Canton Little Theater from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The concert had a ‘battle of bands’ spin on it with some of PCEP’s finest student performers battling it out for gift prizes. Even Detroit

NHS Reflection: Humane Society Donations Drive

This Independent Service Project was implemented by NHS seniors Sarah McCann and Isabel Soberal. Linked below is their post press release for an overview of what their ISP was about: Humane Society Press Release For more information the press should contact Isabel Soberal at ivsober820@pccsk12.com. 

NHS Reflection: Annual Autism Walk-A-Thon

Ms. Renee Schmoekel, Coordinator of ASD Programs, allowed NHS seniors Rachel Lepper and Kelly Righter to help her organize this year’s Plymouth-Canton Community Schools (PCCS) 10th Annual Autism Walk-A-Thon and to use this event as their National Honor Society (NHS) individual service project (ISP).  Their ISP took place on April 29, 2017 from 9 AM

NHS Reflection: SJ5K

A huge thank you to NHS seniors Abbey Jansen, Anu Tuladhar, Krishangi Kaushik, Lauren Bowling, Brielle Catrinar, Kelsey Postler, Rebecca John, Kirsti Beaudoin, Emily Bozich, Marissa Ernst, Elizabeth Fichtner, and Dhaval Gandhi for carrying out a successful ISP!! Also a huge thank you to all the members of the local and surrounding communities who came

NHS Reflection: Shoot the Gap

Shoot The Gap is a free multi-sport clinic for kids with special needs from ages 6-14 run by Alexa Ebeling and Catherine Sandberg from Plymouth High School. The goal of Shoot The Gap is to provide a friendly camp where kids of varying needs and ages can learn how to play soccer, basketball, volleyball, track