NHS comes to a slow ending

National Honor Society has finished with its plans and events for the school year. Some were satisfied with the year, while senior Ayah Saleh said she was hoping for more events and meetings. 

“I don’t feel like much happened,” she said. “I don’t recall anything significant.” 

Junior Isabel Miles said the club was more focused on money and completing tasks.

“It’s been very disorganized and not really a club experience,” she said. “It was more about just bringing in donations than it is actually volunteering and contributing.”

The traditional point system to check members’ participation was not present this year.

“No one has even kept track of points, so no one even knows if they are in NHS or not next year,” Miles said. 

Saleh said the pandemic contributed to a scattered year for NHS. 

“I just feel like this was sort of a transition year because we had a new sponsor right after we transitioned back in person from COVID,” Saleh said. “Most things got off to a delayed start since everyone was still trying to adjust to the changes.”

By Allie Wright