Name of Honor Society : National Art Honor Society
Faculty sponsor: Jeannette Stott
Meeting dates, times, and places: R101, 3rd Wednesday of each month during Mustang Morning
To be eligible to join the National Art Honor Society, a student must:
· be a high school student enrolled in grade 10, 11 or 12 in this school, and have completed a period equivalent to one semester of art in this school.
· have a minimum art scholarship average of B, or this school’s equivalent. This is the national minimum standard of achievement required for eligibility and shall remain fixed.
· demonstrate art scholarship, service and character
To remain an active member in good standing, a member must:
· submit the $5.00 annual dues prior to the registration deadline
· attend monthly meetings during Mustang Morning (run by officers)
· participate in projects chosen by the SHF for at least 10 hours during the year. These projects may include field trips, art projects, fundraising, community awareness, or cultural events.
o Members may remain active during such time when there is no art on their class schedule, in which case yearly dues must still be paid and all other requirements must be met.
o Students enrolled in home-school on a full-time basis and who meet all other eligibility requirements may be considered for NAHS membership
Members of the National Art Honor Society have elected officers for 2017-18 as follows:
The president shall preside at the meetings of this chapter.
Vice President –
The vice president shall preside in the absence of the president, and serve as the chapter’s program chair/co-chair.
The secretary shall keep the minutes of the meetings, a record of all business, and all records on file.
The treasurer shall receive and disburse all funds of the chapter and keep an accurate account of receipts and disbursements in accordance with school regulations. This is overseen by the sponsor.
The parliamentarian shall maintain the rules of order and proper procedures for conduct of the meeting, and will serve as the chapter’s program co-chair.