VWHS National Honor Society students with a table full of items collected during their spring drive that benefited the Pregnancy Life Center.
Van Wert High School’s National Honor Society (NHS) students recently donated $150 to Van Wert’s Haven of Hope and $150 to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, earning them the Bronze Champions donation status for Hero Squad.
The four pillars of NHS include leadership, character, scholarship, and service. It is a goal of NHS to donate $300 annually to a charitable organization of the students’ choice. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society has been a recipient for several years, with funds directly benefiting blood cancer research and patient support services. However, this year students also wanted to give to a local cause and chose Haven of Hope. NHS also hosted a spring drive to collect items to donate to the Pregnancy Life Center.
2020-2021 National Honor Society students include:
Natalie Benner, Chloe Brayton, Jamie Burenga, Isabella Carr, Audrey Coil, Rilee Conrad, Dayna Cross, Grace Doctor, Nora Doctor, Grace Dowler, Shayna Dull, Christian Eberle, Allie Etter, Jace Fast, Sara Gallagher, McKenna Gilbert, Tiana Groves, Lyrissa Hammons, Tayzia Havill, Nathan Jackson, Tyson Jackson, Meghan Jensen, Mia Kelley, Kayla Krites, Liesel Lare, Trey Laudick, Brooklyn Laukhuf, Andrew Li, Keigen Martz, Lauren McHugh, Carter Miller, Sam Moonshower, Shani Patel, Connor Pratt, Josh Reichert, Ian Rex, Carly Rollins, Lizzie Rutkowski, Sophie Rutkowski, Sydnee Savage, Alli Schaufelberger, Rachel Spath, Robert Spath, Evan Sroufe, Makayla Stutz, Owen Treece, Janie Trejo, Jacob Wasson, Devon West, Ethan White, Turner Witten, and Carlee Young.