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NHS Reflection: Middle School Science Olympiad

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS seniors Rithvic Jupudi, Parth Bhagat, Geet Antani, and Yogesh Mohanraj. The premise of their ISP was forming a Science Olympiad club at Liberty Middle School. At their event, they helped parents and students with the events by meeting with them and giving them advice from prior experience as well as giving advice to

NHS Reflection: Chemocare

The 2017 Chemocare ISP team this year included Isabel Woelke, Samantha Mattern, Brianna Finn, Stephanie Miller and Brianna Waggoner. Chemocare’s motto and goal is “Educate, Create and Celebrate!” Chemocare educated Hoben Elementary School’s 4th and 5th graders about cancer, its effects and how to help prevent it. Chemocare created by raising the funds to buy

NHS Reflection: AP Microeconomics Tutoring @SHS

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS seniors Maddie Bowden and Spencer Wong. We hosted AP Microeconomics Tutoring from September, 2016 to January, 2017 (during the first semester of the 2016-17 school year) at Salem High School. This event was aimed toward helping first-time AP students and struggling economics students to better understand economics,

NHS Reflection: Bridgepointe Murals

What your ISP did: At a National Honor Society meeting for the Independent Service Project, my friends and I met the founders of Bridgepointe, an organization aimed towards educating and inspiring the children of Detroit. With their help, we decided to assist the middle schoolers at Academy of the Americas, a public school in Detroit,

NHS Reflection: Bridgepointe Lego Drive

Date: January-February (2017) In association with National Honors Society (NHS) and Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (P-CEP), the three of us partnered up with the Bridgepointe association (Local Non-Profit Organization) for our ISP. We decided to conduct a donation drive for Legos to provide the students at Neinas Elementary School in southwest Detroit with Legos that they

NHS Reflection: Hulsing Tech Help

Date: SEPTEMBER 22, 2016 – DECEMBER 20, 2016 Location: HULSING ELEMENTARY SCHOOL This ISP was conducted by NHS senior Lauren Lee. Technology plays a huge role in everyone’s life.  It is something that everyone heavily relies on.  This ISP focuses on teaching elementary school students the basics and tips/tricks of technology.  It was performed over the span

NHS Reflection: Heat the Streets

This Independent Service Project was conducted by NHS seniors Natalie Phillips, Kathryn Carr, and Samantha Rohrbach. Their ISP was called Heat the Streets. They collected food and clothes for people in Detroit. They held an event at Fairground Park in Plymouth on November 18th, 2016. They had food and warm drinks and it was a lot

NHS Reflection: Paws for Pastries

This ISP was run by NHS seniors Sarah Savage and Natalie Marion. Their Independent Service Project’s purpose was to raise money for the Michigan Humane Society. They thought it was really important to try to support a place that helps so many animals in need. Their bake sale raised over one hundred dollars ($119). Their event

NHS: CPR Clinic

On February 8th during Heart Health Month, NHS senior students Ryan Witczak, Haley Shawver, and Tiffany Tsou ran a Hands-Only CPR clinic during all three lunches in Plymouth Cafeteria.  The three fundraised at prime-time Plymouth boys and girls basketball games.  Overall, they raised awareness about heart health to the student body and raised hundreds of dollars

NHS: Play it Forward Benefit Concert

NHS seniors Stacey Partain and Abbey Sexton organized a benefit concert for their independent service project. Below is a statement from them about how their event went: “For our ISP, we held our very own benefit concert, Play it Forward, to benefit an organization called Real Life. My Music. It is an organization that gives