National Honor Society

National Honor Society group  photo

The purpose of National Honor Society shall be to create enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of secondary schools.

NHS General Information Booklet

Click here to vote on NHS Officers for the 2019-2020 School Year!

(Voting closes Friday 6/7 at 3pm, winners will be notified the week of 6/10)

 

National Honor Society Officers

Please congratulate the following students for being elected as National Honor Society Officers for next year!

Co-Presidents: Olivia Oomen and Olivia Wisont

Vice President: Burke Smithers

Point Representatives: Jessica Reeves and Vivianna White

NHS Activity Coordinators: Alicia Jurado and Noja Lajauskaite

Website Manager: Jenny Shyu

General Club Information

Important Deadlines

  • The electronic application and the $10 fee for the 2019-20 school year are due Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm. The application is an electronic Google Form. Click the link below or access it via the NHS Facebook page.
    • **You must sign in to the form with your apps.nsd.org (school ID) email. Do NOT try to submit twice- duplicate applications will be deleted. You will get email confirmation when you submit successfully. A list of students who have applied will periodically be posted outside of room 915. It is your job to check that your application has been accepted.
    • This is the link for 10th-12th grade: 10-12th Grade Application
    • This is the link for the 9th grade: 9th Grade Application
  • ALL applicants pay the $10 non-refundable membership fee - it is due on Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm to the Cashier (located in the ASB Center). We do not need your receipt. Both the fee AND the electronic application must be paid/submitted by the due date for your application to be considered complete. 
  • Half of the service hours (5 Valhalla/10 Individual) are due on Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm in NHS box in the main office. This is the same deadline as the Application and Fee. The remainder of service hours (5 Valhalla/10 Individual) are due on March 27, 2020 by 3pm in the NHS box in the main office. Do not turn in forms to NHS officers- they are not authorized to collect them. Forms can be picked up in the main office or printed from this website on the 'forms' page or accessed via the facebook page.
  • Remember that full IB Diploma candidates (11th and 12th grade) are exempt from the 20 Individual Hours. Everyone does the 10 Valhalla hours.
  • There are absolutely NO exceptions to any of the deadlinesREALLY.

REQUIREMENTS FOR NHS 2019-20

  1. GPA Requirement: 3.5 cumulative (FOR ALL STUDENTS)
  2. Hours Requirement:
    1. 10 Valhalla Hours (FOR ALL STUDENTS)
    2. 20 Individual Service Hours (Full IB Diploma Students Exempt – jrs/srs)
  3. Freshman: You are required to fulfill the Valhalla and Individual Service Requirements this year (9th grade) in order to be eligible for membership AFTER your grades for the entire year have been entered. The reasoning for this is that we need to have a year of High School cumulative GPA that will be checked at the end of this (9th grade) year after final grades are submitted in June- that, along with your hours, will be used to determine your eligibility for membership in the IHS Valhalla chapter of NHS. Your NHS Certificate for your 9th grade year will be available for pick up from NHS Advisory at the start of your Sophomore year (details available online).
To reiterate:
1) Electronic Application/Intent to Join is due Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm 
2) Half of your hours (5 Valhalla, 10 Individual) forms are also due by Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm  
3) Your $10 non-refundable membership application fee must be paid Jan 17, 2020 by 3pm to the ASB Cashier
4) Remaining 5 Valhalla/10 Individual hours forms are due March 27, 2020 by 3pm
5) AFTER getting final grade reports in June, the NHS Advisor will post a final list of all 9th graders who are accepted (outside of 915) and your certificates will be available for pick up in September before school starts (don't email her in July or August asking...). 
 
  1. No hours awarded for ‘helping’ teachers- Valhalla or Individual.
  2. Hours verification: 5 Valhalla/10 Individual due when Application/Fee are due in January, 5 Valhalla/10 Individual due on Final Hours Due Date in March at hours deadline (you can turn hours in early or as you do them).
  3. More than 1 Academic Dishonesty incident (cumulative) on record means no NHS membership eligibility.
  4. Must be a member of NHS for 3 of 4 IHS years INCLUDING Senior Year to earn Honor cord at graduation (or majority of time at IHS including Senior Year).
  5. Summer camps, retreats, trips- max of 8 hours earned per day- must be verified by supervisor that you were working those hours.
  6. No double dipping- hours that you are counting for ANY other club or activity (DECA, Amnesty, Key Club as examples), including CAS hours or any paid activities are not eligible for NHS hours.
  7. Only specific Church-sponsored activities are eligible for individual hours- see information online for requirements and guidelines. Must benefit community as a whole.
  8. Hours/Award year is always from the day after Induction until the due date the following year- so for 2019-20, it is May 21, 2019-March 27, 2020.
  9. Who is eligible for NHS Officer: Jrs and Srs who were also members as Sophs.
  10. Link Leaders can claim a total/maximum of 7 (seven) hours for their participation in Link Day Orientation activities at the start of the school year.

Valhalla Hours (10 Required for ALL Students)

  • Regularly check website for upcoming opportunities (under “Valhalla Hours”). Also check the facebook page maintained by our Officers.

Individual Service Hours (20 hours for all students ASIDE FROM Full IB Diploma Candidates 11/12th Grade)

  • Check website for ideas (under “Community Service Hours” link).

Important Reminders

  • All hours forms are located in the main office and are attached to the website under the link “forms/handouts.”
  • Do NOT wait until the last minute to get hours accomplished. Valhalla hours are very specific opportunities that need to be completed throughout the school year. It is NOT the job of the Officers to come up with last-minute Valhalla opportunities the week before the Hours deadline. 

Questions? 

Email:  lrichards@nsd.org (Ms.Richards, NHS Advisor)


*For the individual service hours , you have choice in the activity in which you participate.  HOWEVER -- paid work, working for an immediate supervisor who is a parent (or guardian), working at a for-profit agency, duties in extra-curricular events in which you're already involved are unacceptable for credit.  Church related activities are acceptable only if they help the community at large (e.g., a canned food drive for the poor in your community); National Honor Society requires inductees to fulfill the needs of the community at large.  See "Community Service suggestions" link for further ideas. 

**For the Valhalla hours , you MUST participate in the Inglemoor "Valhalla" organized or sponsored opportunities.  See "Valhalla Hours" link for further opportunities. 

For summer camp, retreats, and similar hours opportunities- you are allowed to count a maximum of 8 hours per day- and those must be verified by your supervisor who can attest that you were actually volunteering and working during all 8 hours.  These must be volunteer, community service opportunities- you can't get paid or otherwise compensated for these hours and they can't count for credit to any other organization (no 'double dipping'). Always ask the Advisor before assuming that your hours will be applicable if there is any question.

Valhalla Opportunities

For the Valhalla hours, you MUST participate in the Inglemoor "Valhalla" sponsored opportunities. DO NOT ASSUME THAT AN EVENT IS VALHALLA! Double check before attending a volunteer event. Valhalla hours must be organized by our officers and benefit our community. Always make sure to bring the Valhalla Service Hour with you to the event so that the coordinator can sign it. Our new officers are busy organizing Valhalla hour opportunities. Make sure you check this page, the NHS board in the cafeteria, GMI, and all the flyers up around campus. See the NHS Advisor with further questions. 

**Remember: if you are a full IB Diploma Candidate you only have to complete the 10 Valhalla hours, NOT the 20 Individual hours as well.

**For info on how to get projects approved for Valhalla hours, scroll down to the bottom of the page.
 


Upcoming Events:

Watch GMI, check the facebook page, Instagram page, and check flyers around the school for info on any upcoming events. We add events throughout the year as they get approved- check back often.

Upcoming Valhalla Opportunities:

6) Earn Valhalla or Individual service hours helping NMS prepare for Jump Start!

  1. Northshore Middle School needs help stuffing packets for Jump Start Day (fees and photos). We'll start at 9:30am. The more help we have, the sooner we'll be done!!

When: Thursday, August 15th from 9:30-noon (if we have a lot of help we may be done sooner).

Questions? Contact Darcy Iwen, DarcyMIwen@hotmail.com. Forms can be signed by any PTSA officer, the office manager (Leah Gilbert), or the school secretary (Deepika Uliyar).

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B4CADAE2EA3FE3-packet2

  1. Help NMS set up for Jump Start Day (fees and photos) on Wednesday, August 20 from 8-11am. We need 4-6 people to assist with setting up tables, etc. to get the gym ready for parents and students the next day.

Questions? Contact Darcy Iwen, DarcyMIwen@hotmail.com. Forms can be signed by any PTSA officer, the office manager (Leah Gilbert), or the school secretary (Deepika Uliyar).

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B4CADAE2EA3FE3-setup

  1. Join us at Northshore Middle School on Jump Start Day (fees and photos)! We need volunteers to help distribute school packets and PE uniforms, photo helpers, and greeters.

When: Wednesday, August 21st from 7:45-3 (three different shifts available)

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0B4CADAE2EA3FE3-jump2

5) Earn Valhalla or Individual service hours helping the Inglemoor PTSA Emergency Preparedness on Community Serve Day!

When:  Sunday, August 25, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Where: Inglemoor High School (near the back field)

What: 10 volunteers are needed to help inventory and organize emergency supplies.  Some heavy lifting will be required and come prepared to get dirty.

Signers:  Ember Fry and Laurie Rector can sign hour forms the day of the event.

Interested: Contact Ember Fry at emberafry@gmail.com if you are interested in volunteering.  Volunteers will be notified of selection by email.

4) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping out at the POPS Concert!

June 6th

Northshore Community Source, 10301 NE 145th St Kirkland WA 98034

Volunteers need to wear all black from head to toe.

Contact Person: Ember Fry will sign off on hours at the concert. Email Lisa Nelson with questions at lisan@on74th.com

Sign up:

https://signup.com/client/invitation2/secure/2821695/false?fbclid=IwAR2Ih9Lw2zVTVtj92emXqEqDrruh5bJ9ICYVra3VJghKXJEjXYixsvxQAmI#/invitation

3) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping out at the Summer Institute!

Location: IHS

Dates: Aug 19-23

Times/To Sign Up:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1c0lWTjl0lSFaxQ4FwkOFz5ABLXqPiuLdgyVwHla7GjU/edit#gid=0

Contact Person: Gazi Saleh gsaleh@nsd.org and/or Niki Arnold Smith narnoldsmith@nsd.org

2) Help at the Arrowhead Elementary Carnival!

  • 6725 NE Arrowhead Drive, Kenmore
  • Friday, June 7, 5:30 - 8:00pm
  • Two shifts available: 5:15-6:45pm and 6:45-8:00pm
  • Signup genius link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/9040b48a9ad23a31-arrowhead
  • Up to 25 volunteers needed
  • Game instructions will be available when students arrive and check-in at the volunteer table.
  • Jenny Wang will be at the volunteer table to provide instructions and sign Honor Society forms. 425-318-9446, jenniferwang.jcw@gmail.com

 

1) Attention all NHS 9-11th graders! If you want to earn Valhalla hours for NEXT year, sign up with Ms. Richards to volunteer to hand out programs at graduation on June 18th 2019 at Angel of the Winds Event Center in Everett. Volunteers need to show up by 2:30 pm and can either stay to watch the ceremony (it starts at 3:30) or leave after handing out programs. Email Ms. Richards to sign up with your first, last name, student number, and current grade level in school. First 10 responses get the chance to do this!

THE EVENTS BELOW ARE SAMPLES OF WHAT WE DID AS VALHALLA EVENTS IN THE PAST. THEY ARE NOT CURRENT EVENTS. 

44) Earn Service hours by participating in the ASB animal shelter drive for Homeward pets!

In addition to the donation we are looking to provide students an opportunity to volunteer at the shelter. Homeward Pets in Woodinville allows volunteers who are 16 and older to help take care of cats and make blankets for animals. 

Date/Time/Location: March 18th through the March 29th.
Donate items for the Homeward Pets Animal Shelter drive. 1 hour will be earned for the donation of 2 items from the Homeward Pets approved list posted on all door in the student center. There will be a 2 hour maximum but more donations are welcome.
Contact info/how to sign up

2008673@apps.nsd.org

Ekowalski@apps.nsd.org

1046177@apps.nsd.org

Ms Kowalski can sign off on Valhalla forms and answer questions. Email her at ekowalski@nsd.org or go by the Student Center.

 

 

43) Earn Service Hours helping out the IHS Baseball Boosters! 

Valhalla Field this Sunday 3/10/19. 

Everett Community College, Big Bend Community College, and Mt Hood Community College will be playing on our field at 10am, 1pm, and 4pm.  Come out and enjoy some great college ball on our home turf!

We are looking for student volunteers to run the concession stand. Please see the link below for specific shifts.

https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20f0b49aca929a0fd0-concessions

42) Earn Service Hours helping the TSA club at IHS!

Making Fleece Tie Blankets (no sew) for Seattle Children's Cancer Center. 

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019. 1-4 pm in the Inglemoor cafeteria.

 We will tie blankets from 2-4 pm and prepare materials (create templates, cut fleece into 36'' by 36'' squares, etc) from 1-2 pm. 3-5 students will be needed for the 1-2pm shift. 10-20 volunteers will be needed for the 2-4pm shift. 

No sewing experience needed! Donations of fleece 1 yard in width will be greatly appreciated. 

Contact person: Margaret Guo*, 1079479@apps.nsd.org. Sign up at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4FA4AC28A5F58-blanket

Katrina Allemeier can sign off forms if needed. 

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and are expected to dress and act appropriately and with courtesy to all.

41) Earn Service Hours helping out at the College and Career Fair!

Thursday, March 21st at IHS

Prior Career Fair set up: 3:00 - 4:00 setting up tables, signs etc.

5:00 Students to hand out maps and directions for the event

5:30-6:30 College & Career Fair

6:30-7:00 Helping students and parents with navigate the beginning of the breakout sessions. Also breaking down tables in the Cafeteria.

Between the breakout sessions below, the students can direct lost parents and students and can attend the breakout sessions

6:45-7:15 Breakout Session 1

7:20-7:50 Breakout Session 2

7:55-8:25 Breakout Session 3

8:30-9:00 Taking down all signs and putting classrooms back in original state.

Contact Mary Buckner to sign up at mbuckner@nsd.org.  She is your contact person for reporting to when you get there and getting your Valhalla forms signed of when done.

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and are expected to dress and act appropriately and with courtesy to all.

40) Earn Service Hours helping at the North Kirkland Community Center’s Mermaid Ball

This is a father/daughter dance for community members to come to!

Date: March 22nd.

Set-up 2-6 pm

Dance 6:30-8:30 pm

Clean-up 8:30-9:30 pm

Students are welcome to come whatever time they prefer, and for however long they wish!

Sign up by email email or phone to the contacts below:

Tracy Harrison

tharrison@kirklandwa.gov 

425-587-3352

Kelsey Cobb 

kcobb@kirklandwa.gov 

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. As a representative of IHS you are expected to dress appropriately and treat all with professionalism and courtesy.

39) Earn Service Hours helping at the National History Day Regional Competition at Northshore Middle School!

March 8th 3:15-6:15 - 10 students (set-up school for competition)

March 9th - 

  • 7:30 - 11:30 - 12 students (Monitor portions of competition)
  • 11:30-3:30 - 10 students (Monitor portions of the competition & create finals slideshow)
  • 3:30-7:00 - 10 students (Break down competition)

Sign up here:  https://goo.gl/forms/zxVPuQyVzDN9Jadx1

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. As a representative of IHS you are expected to dress appropriately and treat all with professionalism and courtesy.

38) Earn Service Hours Helping out at Science Olympiad!

Shoreline Math Olympiad Competition (4th-8th grade) 

March 9, 2018; Shoreline Community College, 8:00am-12:00pm for some volunteer opportunities, 8:00am-2:00pm for others.

We need 4-5 kids who are reliable and trustworthy to be on concessions, as well as additional volunteers for a variety of tasks.

Students can sign up by emailing jasonmetcalflindenburger@gmail.com.  

You need to sign up by Feb 15 for this opportunity!!!

Contact person/person authorized to sign off on NHS hours forms:  Jason Metcalf Lindenburger jmetcalflindenburger@nsd.org or jasonmetcalflindenburger@gmail.com

Reminders: Remember that if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with courtesy and professionalism to all.

37) Earn Service Hours Helping Out at Math Olympiad!

Elementary Math Olympiad is happening at IHS on 3/23/19.

Volunteers needed from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm (it can be in shifts) to help with:

  • Traffic and parking
  • Guiding students and parents
  • Runners

See this link to sign up and for the Contact Person(s): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hQOloD7lF_fFPAcb2XIh7Wq_9ASGUtbHgai2PinRXps/edit#gid=0

Reminders: Remember that if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with courtesy and professionalism to all.

36) Earn Service Hours Helping North Creek Forest!

All of these events take place at the UW-REN site of the North Creek Forest (a City of Bothell park/preserve).  

19978 112th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011-1736  

Tools, gloves and snacks are provided.

February:

2/2/19, 10 am-1 pm

2/16/19, 10 am-1 pm

March

3/2/19, 10 am-1 pm

3/16/19, 10 am-1 pm

April

4/6/19, 10 am-1 pm

4/20/19, 10 am-1 pm (Earth Day!)

May

5/4/19, 10 am-1 pm

5/18/19, 10 am-1 pm

June

6/1/19,  10 am-1 pm

Tasks involved: clearing invasive species (primarily Himalayan blackberry), applying mulch, and planting biodiverse, drought resistant, fast growing, native species in the cleared areas  - and other tasks as directed by the 2018-19 UW-REN team.  UW-REN is the Restoration Ecology Network program composed of UW Bothell and UW Seattle students and are the managers of these volunteer work parties.

Contact info:

The FNCF Volunteer Manager is Melissa Gugala 

Melissa Gugala <melissag@friendsnorthcreekforest.org>

Community Service Forms -

All FNCF Board members and staff who are on-site can sign the forms.

Sign up process -

RSVP'ing on the FNCF website is appreciated (but not required).

https://tockify.com/northcreekforest/pinboard

Updates are also made on the FNCF Facebook page.

Here is the direct link to FNCF Events: https://www.facebook.com/friendsnorthcreekforest/events

35 )Earn Service Hours helping the Pee Wee Sports Program!

Volunteer Coaches needed for Pee Wee Multi-Sport Program starting March 9th-March 30th

This program develops basic motor skills and eye hand coordination for 3-6 year olds. Each week we focus on a different sport, teaching kids the fundamentals of each sport. Our goal is give kids a great first experience to each sport in a fun, supportive environment. Each age group will meet for one hour on Saturdays at Finn Hill Middle School. During that hour, groups will go through stations to learn different skills and then the last 20 minutes groups will play a recreational game against another team.

March 9th Week 1- Indoor Soccer

March 16th Week 2- Basketball

March 23rd Week 3- Whiffle Ball T-Ball

March 30th Week 4- Track and Field 

Coaches receive a coaches shirt and a coaches packet with lesson plans. There will also be onsite staff helping coaches guide the groups through the stations. If you love sports and helping kids, this is a great opportunity to make a difference in the community!

We need volunteer coaches for the following times:

9:30-10:30am (3-4 year olds)

10:45am-11:45am (5-6 year olds)

12:00-1:00pm (3-4 year olds)

Volunteers can stay the full 3 hours or just sign up to coach one of the age groups.

FACTS ABOUT BECOMING A COACH:

1-hour per week time commitment 
We supply you with all your equipment and a lesson plan
Non-competitive, fun and instructional

If you have questions, contact:

Jessi Vandiver

Program Assistant-North Kirkland Community Center

City of Kirkland Parks and Community Services

425-587-3355

jvandiver@kirklandwa.gov

Volunteers will want to contact her first before they fill out the online application (link below). She is the contact person for this program so if you have questions, please let her know.

Online application: https://www.kirklandwa.gov/depart/CMO/Volunteering/volapp_youth_coach.htm

 

34) Moorlands Science Extravaganza!- FULL, NO MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Want to help kids get excited about science?  Come volunteer at the Moorlands Elementary Science Extravaganza.

When:  Wed. March 13 from 3:30-7:00 pm

Where:  Inglemoor cafeteria

What:  help kids spool DNA from strawberries, help with check-in, judging, set-up, clean-up, and general organization (no experience necessary)

Contact:  If interested, contact Mrs. Stewart (bstewart2@nsd.org or in room 809)

33) Help the Chinese Program!

The  Chinese Program and Chinese Club will host a Chinese New Year Celebration Party this Friday Feb 1st, 2019.
Dates: February 1 (Friday)
Location: IHS Cafeteria
10 volunteers needed for setting up : 4:00-5:00 pm

5 volunteers needed for cleaning up: 7:00-8:00 pm

There is no dress code this event. Volunteers are welcome to stay for the party. Please contact the Chinese teacher Mrs. Haining at lhaining@nsd.org for signing up.

32 ) IHS Baseball!

What: Help with the concession stand at games

Where: IHS Baseball Field Concession Stand 

When: various days, see sign up genius

How to sign up: https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20f0b49aca929a0fd0-concessions

Contact person in case of questions: Sarah Hudkins hudkins5@gmail.com or call/text 206-920-6214

Reminders: Dress appropriately and for the weather! If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Remember you are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with professionalism and courtesy to all. 

31) Science Olympiad!

Help out at the Northshore Science Olympiad Invitational!

January 19th, 2019

7:00am-5:00pm

Northshore Middle School

We need high school students to monitor the test environment, provide directions to different test venues, help impound devices from 8 - 9 am, proctor and grade tests, sell snacks at our snack bar, check in teams as they arrive, deliver materials to judges (pens, stopwatches, lunch), and move desks & chairs back to original locations. 

Hours needed are 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, so students can choose the time they prefer (minimum of 2 hours, maximum of 4 hours). Our need is changing as other coaches request our help, but approximately 12 people from 7 am to 3 pm, and then 4 from 3 pm to 5 pm. They will report to Melissa van Meurs. 

Please dress in clothes without holes and those that are appropriate to match the middle school dress code.  If you have any tshirt or sweatshirt with Northshore or Inglemoor on it, that would be a bonus.

Name of person/people approved to sign off on Valhalla hours forms: Edie Lie, Gaylynn Lynch, Melissa van Meurs

Preferred method of sign up: email Edie Lie at elie@nsd.org and state preferred time of day

30) Earth Corps Campus Cleanup!

Date/Time: Wed, Jan 16th 1-3pm

Location: IHS Campus

Dress code: dress for the weather....

No need to sign up, just show up.

Approved signatory for hours forms: Ms. Black

Email Ms. Black or ask an Earth Corps member if you have questions.

29) Northlake Little League Pre-season Training
• January 5, 12, 19, 26 and February 16, 2019, 3 PM to 6 PM
• Northshore Sports Complex, 14220 NE 193rd Pl, Woodinville, WA 98072
• Assist Northlake volunteer coaches with training of players ranging in age from 5 to 12 in basic baseball/softball skills.
• 2-3 volunteers per session of instruction
• Student volunteers need to have participated in Little League and have basic baseball/softball skills as well as experience in teaching/coaching players in those skills
• Bring your gear if you have it - bat, glove, batting helmet. If you do not have a certain piece of gear, there will be a small selection of gear on site to use. Wear tennis shoes (no cleats), baseball/softball pants are up to you.
• Pass background check required for volunteers on Northlake Little League website per Little League Rules (this is easy and only your full name and email address is required to be provided to be provided to the league)

• Contact Cody Painter (president@northlakell.org) or Danny Howe (baseballvp@northlakell.org) to sign up and with questions.

 

28) Earn Valhalla hours helping out at the Gymnastics Home Meets!

What: Set up and tear down of equipment before and after matches

Date/Time: 12-13 and 1-31 after school for set up after the meet for tear down

Location - IHS Gym

How to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20F0D4CACAB22A0FB6-ihsgymnastics

Valhalla signatures at event/report to: Mr Gatter

Reminders: Dress appropriately, conduct yourself with courtesy and professionalism to all as you are representatives of IHS. If you SIGN UP  you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you.

27) Valhalla/Individual Service Hour Opportunity

Name of Event: Squires Landing Habitat Restoration Event 

Brief Description: Join the Adopt A Stream Foundation’s Stream Team at Squire’s Landing on December 1st, 2018 from 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM. Volunteers will learn about restoration, salmon habitat, and plant trees along the stream banks. Tools, gloves and light refreshments are provided. Volunteers will help with planting trees and building beaver cages. 

Date/Time: Saturday, December 1 (10 AM- 1 PM)

Location: Squire’s Landing Park, (not at the Kenmore Waterfront Activities Center) NE 175th St on the Burke Gilman Trail at Swamp Creek in Kenmore

How to sign up/contact info for person approved to sign Valhalla sheets: You can go to volunteermatch.org at the link https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp3037752.jsp and sign up online. An ecologist named Kyle Koch is the person in charge of the event, he says that people can simply show up at the event and help out. Contact him at kylek@streamkeeper.org

Special Requests/Needs: The event is rain or shine so possibly bring boots and rain gear! 

 

26) Valhalla/Individual Service Hour Opportunity
What: Friday Night Lights Research Event for National History Day (NHD) at Northshore Middle School. They need former NHD students who participated in all the project categories,(Historical Research Paper, Websites, Exhibit Boards, Documentaries, and Performances), interested in helping middle school students "get started" in the design and creation of their projects. 
When: Dec 7 and Dec 14, students  will be here from 3:00 - 9:00pm* (2 nights due to large enrollment this year)
Dec. 7th - Exhibits, Websites, Documentaries, Papers. NO Performances.
Dec. 14th - Exhibits, Websites, Documentaries, Performances. No Historical Research papers.
To apply please email, Mr. Plummer, aplummer@nsd.org. Only applicants through email will be accepted. No walk-ins please.
They have limited space and will cap the volunteers between 8-10 students for each night. 2 hour volunteering minimum. They will provide pizza (around 5:30). Please do not arrive for pizza only. We need your help!

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP. You are a representative of IHS and need to dress and act professionally.

 

25) Earn Valhalla/Individual Hours helping out at Rotary's Santa Breakfast

When: December 8th, from 7:30am-11:00am/noon (Rotary also provides breakfast to volunteers if you get there by 7am!)

Where: Northshore Middle School

What: Volunteers needed to help with face painting, serving breakfast, setting placemats, silverware, help with clean up, check in, Santa helpers, pictures. They are also interested in getting some volunteers who speak Spanish or any other 2nd language to help with interpretation.

To sign up email or call Cheryl Bosh at cbosh@bannerbank.com or 425-761-5525 or 425-398-0559. She will also be your contact for getting your Valhalla or Individual hours forms signed off on.

Reminders: if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress and act professionally and with courtesy at all times, as you are a representative of IHS.

 

24) Earn Valhalla/Individual Hours helping out at the Bothell Tree Lighting

When: ´╗┐Sunday, December 2, from 4:00 pm-6:30pm

What: Help setting up tables, assistance with activities during the event, some help needed with character costumes, directing visitors to activity areas, clean-up

To sign up, email sgardner3@mindspring.com or call (no texting cause it is a landline...) Susan Gardner at 425-483-2295. She will also be your contact for getting your Valhalla or Individual hours forms signed off on.

Reminders: DRESS FOR THE WEATHER AND EXPECT RAIN. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress and act professionally and with courtesy at all times, as you are a representative of IHS.

 

23) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping out at Eastside Baby Corner!

What: Sort and organize donated clothing

When: Monday evenings 6-8pm, Wednesday afternoons 1:30-3:30pm, 1st Saturday of the month 10am-12pm

Where: EBC- Northshore Hub, 6524 NE 181st St, Suite 6, Kenmore

To sign up online:https://babycorner.volunteerhub.com/events/index click on Northshore link. You must make an account to sign up.

Contact Kelly Costinett with questions and to sign off on your Hours forms (425-209- 1136 or 425-865-0234)

Reminders: if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress and act professionally and with courtesy at all times, as you are a representative of IHS.

 

22) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping out with Shelton View's Science Night!

When: December 7 6-8pm

Where: Shelton View Elementary School

What: Help run the various science and display stations

How to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050B4CADAB2DA13-exploring2 

Contact/Valhalla Forms Signature: Steven Rubenstein

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress and act with professionalism and courtesy to all, as you are representatives of IHS

 

21) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping out at the Snowflake Ball!

The City of Kirkland is hosting our annual Father Daughter Snowflake Ball on December 7th at the North Kirkland Community Center. They are looking for volunteers to help make this event happen!

Volunteers needed for the following shifts:

Friday, December 7, 2018

Choice of shifts:

-- 2-6 PM  Set-up

-- 6-8:30 PM  Event help

-- 8:15-9:45 PM  Clean-up

At the North Kirkland Community Center (12421 103rd Ave NE Kirkland 98034)

Adult volunteers and volunteers ages 17-18 are needed to assist NKCC staff with this annual event. Volunteer dress is business casual, but please wear comfortable shoes. 

This is a City of Kirkland event.  To register to volunteer, please contact Tracy Harrison at 425-587-3352 ortharrison@kirklandwa.gov.

**Remember- if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to dress appropriately and treat all with courtesy and respect.

20) Attention all NHS Members! Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping CMC this holiday season!

Organization: Student Music Initiatives
When: Black Friday, Nov 25, 2018 from 10am-2pm Note: It's best if you sign up with a buddy. And you can sign up for both shifts If you sign up, you are committed. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early!

To sign up use the following link:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1akZJc7x20r63p13lZRxNnBqOSFcK_-TjpNEudMulgsA/edit?usp=sharing

ALSO December 15th & 16th: 11AM-7PM, December 19th-23rd: 4PM-8PM

To sign up use the following link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/13vRoyyC8wxX9r6f_DA8YUltza9vvqM254GVnrRofs5k/edit?usp=sharing 


Where: Northgate Mall outside the RAM restaurant 
What: Volunteers will be standing outside for two hour long shifts asking shoppers if they would like to donate to the American Cancer Society as SMI student musicians play holiday music.

For questions email Cindy Lao at cindylao12@hotmail.com or via Instagram/Facebook

Reminders: Bring your hours forms to get signed off on when done with your shift. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to be professional and courteous at all times. Dress appropriately. 

19) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping out at the Moorlands Craft Fair!

When: Fri, Nov 30th 4pm-7pm (set up) and/or Sat, Dec 1st 10am-2pm (fair)

Where: Moorlands Elementary Gymnasium 15515 84th Ave NE, Kenmore WA  98028

What: either help with set up the day before and/or helping out at the various craft activities the day of the fair. We are looking for volunteers who can do the whole shift on Saturday, if possible.

Sign Up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d45a5ac2ea3fb6-make2

Contact: Tina Storms at tina.storms@frontier.com with questions- she will sign off on your forms.

Reminders: Bring your hours forms to get signed off on when done with your shift. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to be professional and courteous at all times. Dress appropriately. 

18) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours tutoring at Northshore Middle School!

-Science support - Mondays with Ms. Stubblefield from 3:05 - 4:35

-Math/Reading/Writing support/Homework Club - Tuesday/Thursday with Ms. Bush, Ms. Peck, and Mr. Vanderhijde from 3:05 to 4:35

Volunteers need to commit to coming weekly for at least the semester, preferably the entire school year.

Email Mrs. Rodriguez to sign up (trodriguez@nsd.org) and with all questions. Bring your forms to get signed off by your supervising teacher when you are done.

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to be professional and courteous at all times. Dress appropriately. 

 

17) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping with the Friends of Bothell Library!

Nov. 14th- 12pm to 8pm
Nov 15th - 10am to 8pm
Nov 17th - 2pm to 5pm
Students will be helping set up the Fall used book sale on Wednesday and Thursday. Saturday afternoon they will be helping to take it down. 

Bothell Library Meeting Room
For questions or to sign up, email or call janetroyea@hotmail.com or 425.953.3204

Contact and supervisor for signing off on Valhalla forms is Janet Royea.

Reminders: Bring your hours forms to get signed off on when done with your shift. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to be professional and courteous at all times. Dress appropriately. 

16) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping with the Jazz Festival!

More than 30 high school and middle school jazz bands from across the region will be performing for a panel of jazz experts, and they will receive comments and a detailed clinic session from the adjudicators. 

Date/Time/Location

Saturday, November 17

7:00 am - 8:00 pm

Bothell High School

Volunteer Tasks

Stage crew

Moving equipment 

Guiding guest bands to and from performance locations

Operating video cameras

Runners for score sheets and other items

How to sign up

See Mr. Fix in the band office - 300 building. He can sign off on your forms when you are done with your shift.

Reminders: Bring your hours forms to get signed off on when done with your shift. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP since they are counting on you. You are a representative of IHS and need to be professional and courteous at all times. Dress appropriately. 

 

15) Valhalla/Individual Opportunity for Veterans Day!!

Please come help staff a table with a local Veteran to raise money for the Northshore Veterans Memorial Fund at local grocery stores.  1-2 volunteers are needed for each 2 hour shift. You will speak with grocery store patrons about the memorial and hand out flyers.  The Veterans will collect monetary donations.

What:  Northshore Veterans Memorial Fundraising 
When: Sunday, November 11th  3 Shifts:  11-1PM, 1-3PM, 3-5PM
Where:  

1) Canyon Park QFC Shifts: 11-1PM, 1-3PM, 3-5PM; 22833 Bothell Everett Hwy, Bothell, WA 98021                                             
2) Woodinville Haggens   Shifts:  11-1PM, 1-3PM, 3-5PM; 17641 Garden Way NE, Woodinville, WA 98072
What to wear: Dress appropriately - Patriotic, tidy and clean clothes
 *If you SIGN UP  you need to SHOW UP because our Veterans are counting on you.  Please be professional and courteous to all as you are a representative of IHS*
 Who to contact to sign up:    Cami Brix at camibrix@live.com or 425-753-0145

14) Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping the City of Bothell with their Pet Licensing Campaign!

We need volunteers to hang Pet Licensing Door Hangers in the City of Bothell. The students will be provided with maps of designated areas in the city to hang the provided door hangers. They will also be provided with a document stating they are merely volunteering for Bothell Police and are not soliciting. ACO BOUCHER will be available for contact during the event. 

Dates: Nov 12th, Nov 14th, Nov 28th, Dec 12th (pick which dates work for you! We suggest you organize with a few friends, one who has approval to drive other students- see below.)

~ 1:30pm – 4pm

~ Meet at 18410 101ST AVE NE (Bothell Police Department Lobby)

~ Contact : Animal Control Officer Kristi Boucher via email at Kristi.boucher@bothellwa.gov  to sign up.

~ Hours will be signed off by ACO Boucher at 4pm (bring your sheets). Students must both sign in and out.

~ Suggested attire: comfortable walking shoes, neat/clean clothing as you are representing the Police Department and IHS. Orange/Yellow safety vests will be provided to those desiring them.

***Volunteers must have vehicles and approval to drive other students. Ideally would like up to 10 groups of 3 (one driver and two riders). Drivers must be verified and approved through the High School.

Here is a link to the KIRO7 piece as well as the Bothell Buzz Episode on Animal Control and Pet Licensing:  

http://kiro.tv/AnimalControl

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPcvBKNpVdA

13) Attention all NHS members! Earn Individual or Valhalla hours helping at the Fall Family Fun Festival!

Date/Time: Oct 26th 6:15-8:45pm (*if you want to eat, come early and bring money for food truck, otherwise eat ahead of time!)

What: Help run the events- crowd control for the kids bouncer rides, play card/board games with kids, supervise arts areas with the kids

Where:  Sandburg Elementary 

12801 84th Ave NE Kirkland 98034

Contact/how to sign up: email Sarah Mertel at sandburg.sarah@gmail.com to sign up. 

Reminders: Dress appropriately. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Be professional and courteous to all- you are a representative of IHS. 

 

12) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping out the City of Kenmore at its Annual Jack Crawford Day Park Clean Up!

When: Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 9:00am-12:00pm at Log Boom Park.

What: We will be doing a variety of tasks including planting flowers, weeding invasive plant species, and picking up trash.

Where: Log Boom Park (17415 61st Avenue NE, Kenmore, WA)

Who: We need approximately 20 more volunteers to help on Oct. 20.

Contact/Sign Up: email skrogh@kenmorewa.gov and fill out a Volunteer Service Agreement upon arrival

Please dress for the weather and wear close-toed shoes. Tools and refreshments will be provided.**Everyone under 18 has to have a parent sign off on the Volunteer Form- print it, have your parents sign it, and bring it with you to the event if you want to participate. Copy and paste the link below into a new window to download and print: 

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kASzdgUQLD70AmtWgoyAHtxqZ48QPtgjtpRYE48S73A/edit?usp=sharing

 

11) Earn Valhalla or Individual Hours helping support VFW Post 2995!!
The Troop Support Program works through the VFW in Lake Washington Post 2995 and provides Comfort Boxes to our troops serving on the front lines in Afghanistan.  Comfort Boxes are filled with non-perishable food, toiletries, “letters from home”, and other useful items.  These Comfort Boxes are a much-needed morale booster that shows our brave Americans how much we care about them and wish them a safe return home.  As of August 2018, in our fourteenth year of program operation, the Troop Support Program has packed and shipped more than 20,000 Comfort Boxes. 

What: Volunteers will be given a t-shirt and briefed by an experienced volunteer when they arrive. The volunteers distribute flyers to customers entering Fred Meyer. The flyer outlines the items needed to fill the comfort packages that we send to the vets. We ask the customers to purchase these items and drop them off to use as they leave. All volunteers will be given a t-shirt so it’s clear they’re part of the team. We give all donors an American flag as a thank you.

Where: The Fred Meyer in Kirkland

Time(s) for the 19-21st event  - there are 5 shifts, each are 3 hour - Friday the 19th 5-8pm, Saturday, October 20 11-2pm OR 2-5pm, or Sunday, October 21 11-2pm OR 2-5pm

Contact info and how to sign up: text or call Sharon at 206 229 9296 or email her pgphillips@comcast.net.

Reminders: If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you! You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to dress and act with professionalism and courtesy to all

10) Help out at German Club Oktoberfest!

Volunteer opportunities will be on Oct. 23 and 24. Students can help cook on Tuesday. Wednesday will involve set up, helping to run the event, and cleaning up.

Email Ms. Kanning at skanning@nsd.org for more info or to sign up. Remember to bring your Valhalla or Individual Hour forms!

 

9) Help the Bothell PD in their Food Drive for Hopelink! FULL!!!

·      Saturday November 10th 9am-5pm at the Canyon Park QFC. You can volunteer for part or the whole time.

·      Volunteers will be standing alongside Bothell Officers and families at the entry doors to the Canyon Park QFC.  We are handing out food drive flyers to incoming shoppers to inform them of our food drive for Hope-Link.  We are also handing out a shopping list of items that are needed for Hope Link. Food items donated by shoppers will be placed in provided food crates. 

·      Photographs of the event will be posted on the Bothell PD and City Websites. 

·      Remember to bring your Valhalla or Individual hours forms to get signed when you are done helping out. Remember- you are a representative of IHS and are expected to act professionally and with courtesy to everyone. Dress and act appropriately. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you.

 

8) Donate Toys for Children’s Hospital!

October 16-30th, 2018

Drop off location: ASB room BEFORE SCHOOL ONLY

All items must be brand new and in original packaging. 3 toys are equal to 1 hour earned and 6 toys are equal to 2 hours earned (that is the MAXIMUM allowable for hours). There will be 3-4 items which all students can donate and more info will be available to students via ASB.

Bring your hours forms for sign off by either Ms. Kowalski or Ms. Heindel ONLY. There are no other authorized signatories. Contact Jaeden Burdge with questions.


7) Attention all NHS Members! Help out at a Halloween Party for those in our community with special needs!

When: October 31st from 5pm-8pm

Where: Kenmore Hangar (6728 NE 181st Street Kenmore, WA)

What: Assist with crafts and games at the party. Dress up in fun, scary, appropriate costumes for the event!!

Who: Contact Becky Paulay at 425-273-7525 or bpaulay@yahoo.com for more information or to sign up. 

Remember: You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with courtesy and professionalism. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress appropriately. Bring your Valhalla or Individual Service Hour forms to be signed when you are done.

 

6) Attention all NHS members! Earn Valhalla or Individual Service Hours helping out at the Monster Mash!

What: Help organizers run the carnival-style games

Where: Woodmoor Elementary School

When: Oct 26th 5:00-8:30pm

Sign up:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4CADA82DAAFA7-monster 

Contact info: Kari Stokes kstokes@nsd.org or 425-408-5630

Reminders: You are a representative of IHS and we expect that you act with professionalism and courtesy to all. Dress appropriately. Show up on time. Remember...if you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Bring your hours forms to get signed off after you are done.

 


5) Attention all NHS Members! Earn Individual or Valhalla hours by helping at the St. John's Preschool Carnival! FULL!!!

When: Sat, Nov 17th 11am-1pm (volunteers need to show up by 10:45am and be done by 1:15pm). 

Location:127 State St S Kirkland, WA 98033

What: 4-5 volunteers who would like to help with face painting (doesn't have to be super fancy, these are mostly pre-schoolers).

Contact: Alesia Portugal stjohnpreschool@hotmail.com and 425-822-5079 to sign up and sign off on hours forms.

Reminders: You are a representative of IHS so you need to dress appropriately, act with professionalism and courtesy to all. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. 

 

4) Attention all NHS Members! Earn Valhalla or Individual hours helping out My Village NW!

They are a local non-profit organization that aims to serve the needs of children with special needs and their families in the Northshore Region. My Village NW was started by a NSD para-educator and some families in 2003.(https://myvillagenw.org) They are in need of volunteers for two major events this year; Special Santa and the Can Do 5k. 

Special Santa (https://myvillagenw.org/special-santa/)is scheduled for Saturday, December 1, 2018 at the Eastside Foursquare Church from 8:30-5:30. There are two separate shifts from which students can sign up.See link for the service positions available: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0a4dadaf28aa8-volunteers1

Students should dress comfortably and will be provided with a volunteer t-shirt . There are no special skills required, but students should be comfortable working with young children with special needs. The day is all about these young children and giving them an incredible experience with a day of crafts, treats and a visit with Santa. Many para-educators and teachers from NSD volunteer at the event. 

Contact/Sign Up: Amy Young, amylouyoung@me.com and 206-484-0042
Remember: You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with courtesy and professionalism. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress appropriately. Bring your Valhalla or Individual Service Hour forms to be signed when you are done.

 

3) Football Boosters has one more opportunity for Valhalla Hours this season! 

Tuesday, Nov 6th,

Estimate 5:00 – 7:00 (possibly later**) - Exact times to be determined

IHS Cafeteria

2-4 Students

Duties will include: assist Boosters with table set-up and decorating, assist with dinner &/or dessert food (menu is still being set, assist with meal clean-up prior to being excused, possibly stay thru the event and assist with clean-up (also to be determined)

Students should wear Viking Black & Gold

**# of Hours will be 2-4, depending on the final agenda set by the planning committee

Primary on-site contact will be Mrs. Molly Hill, or Ms. Paige Anderson.

Remember: You are a representative of IHS and we expect you to act with courtesy and professionalism. If you SIGN UP you need to SHOW UP because they are counting on you. Dress appropriately. Bring your Valhalla or Individual Service Hour forms to be signed when you are done.

 

2) EARN VALHALLA HOURS AT THE MAPLEWOOD CARNIVAL!

What:  Maplewood Co-op K-8 carnival known as "Maplewood Madness."  Large school fundraiser that has approximately 20 different booths, 5 of which could use student volunteers.

Where/When:  Friday, Oct. 5th from 4:p.m. - 7:p.m. at Maplewood Elementary in Edmonds. The students would need to arrive by 3:30 (3:00 for cotton candy) so they can be trained and help set up their booths.

# of Volunteers Needed:  We would like 8-10 volunteers present for the full 3 hours, plus extra time in the cotton candy booth.  It could be 8-10 volunteers staying the whole time or 8-10 different students working in hour shifts.  Whatever works better for the students' schedules.  Ideally, we would like 4 students making cotton candy, selling the cotton candy in the booth, and walking the cotton candy around the grounds selling it.  This would require that they start making the cotton candy around 3:00 so it is bagged and ready to sell when the carnival begins at 4:00.  It would be helpful to have at least one student who has used a cotton candy machine before and could take the lead on that.  We would like 1-2 students making sno-cones.  We would like 1 student helping run the dunk tank.  And we would like 1 student doing face painting, if you have anyone comfortable with that task.  We would definitely take more students if you have them.  More face painters would be great.  A student to help in the cake walk would be nice.  And if we have extra help, they could make and sell popcorn.

How to Sign Up:  Students are welcome to email  directly at whitmorewyckoff@gmail.com

Contact Person: Courtney Whitmore Wyckoffwill be at the carnival the entire time and can sign off on students' fulfillment of their obligations.  Lori Wendt is also chairing the event and will be available to sign forms.

Special Requests:  If possible, we would love students who have helped at school carnivals before or have knowledge of making cotton candy or sno cones.  If 1 or 2 students are proficient at face painting, we could use their skills.  This is primarily an elementary school event, so we ask that volunteers dress appropriately for young children and families, but there is no special uniform or color that they need to wear.  Friendly students who enjoy working with kids would be great!

1) Earn Hours helping the Viking Football Boosters! 

Fri, 9/28 – Varsity Game vs Northcreek @ Pop Keeney Field

6:30 pm thru Half-Time (up to 2 hours)

   Max 2 students

   Large Canopy next to the Concessions Building – dress for the weather

   Assist with inventory set up and display

   Assist with pulling items and sizes for Viking Fans

   Assist with packing up and loading vehicles at end of event

Thu, 10/11 – Varsity Game vs Woodinville @ Pop Keeney Field

6:30 pm thru Half-Time (up to 2 hours)

   Max 2 students

   Large Canopy next to the Concessions Building – dress for the weather

   Assist with inventory set up and display

   Assist with pulling items and sizes for Viking Fans

   Assist with packing up and loading vehicles at end of event

Please Tana Ingersoll via email to secretary@inglemoorfootballboosters.com.  We prefer to coordinate with students, not parents.  Students should wear Viking colors and dress for the weather (especially at Pop Keeney Field).  

FRIENDLY REMINDER: IF YOU SIGN UP YOU NEED TO SHOW UP- THEY ARE COUNTING ON YOU! BE A GOOD REPRESENTATIVE OF IHS!

 

**To get Valhalla Approval for an event: 

We need the following information- after we get it we will vote and discuss it at a meeting and then let you know if we approve it or not. If we approve it we will advertise on our school website and the facebook page. 

Name of event, date, time, location

Brief description of volunteer duties, number of students needed

Any special skills, required attire, instructions. 

Contact person- for signing up, for signing Valhalla forms. 

Individual Service Hour Ideas

*For the INDIVIDUAL service hours , you have choice in the activity in which you participate.  HOWEVER -- paid work, working for an immediate supervisor who is a parent (or guardian), working at a for-profit agency, duties in extra-curricular events in which you're already involved are unacceptable for credit.  Church related activities are acceptable only if they help the community at large (e.g., a canned food drive for the poor in your community); National Honor Society requires inductees to fulfill the needs of the community at large. You can tutor in an NSD classroom and count those as community service hours.

For summer camp, retreats, and similar hours opportunities- you are allowed to count a maximum of 8 hours per day- and those must be verified by your supervisor who can attest that you were actually volunteering and working during all 8 hours.  These must be volunteer, community service opportunities- you can't get paid or otherwise compensated for these hours and they can't count for credit to any other organization (no 'double dipping'). Always ask the NHS Advisor before assuming that your hours will be applicable if there is any question. 

**Remember: If you are a full IB Diploma candidate you only have to complete the Valhalla hours. 

 

If you are looking for ideas, check out the link below for info on Special Olympic volunteer opportunities in our area.

http://specialolympicswashington.org/volunteer/event-volunteers/

Senior NHS Scholarship Award Information

All current IHS Seniors!

If you are intersted in applying for the National Honor Society Scholarship, see the page below. Check out the deadlines and FAQ section. See Ms. Richards with questions.

http://www.nhs.us/advisers/the-nhs-scholarship

Contact

NHS Advisor

Ms. Lindsey Richards

Phone Number

425-408-7327

Email

lrichards@nsd.org

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