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Member Obligations

The following list outlines obligations noted in the NHS National Constitution: Maintaining Standards Once selected, members are expected to maintain the standards by which they were selected. Members should be well informed about selection standards. Meetings Chapters hold meetings and may require members to attend. The schedule of these meetings should be well publicized. Chapter […]

Inclusive Leadership

The difference between access and inclusion? Access is an invitation to a party. Inclusion is an invitation to dance at the party. Leadership is very similar. Many may be invited, but how many of our student leaders get a chance to dance? How many truly get to participate and be seen by peers and school […]

Working Toward Equity

School clubs and organizations provide important experiences for students, helping them develop their passions, practice their leadership skills, and feel connected to the school community. School staff must be intentional and proactive when considering ways to break down barriers that may prevent some students from participating. As the coordinator of Equity and Excellence and the […]

What’s Your Problem?

While problem-solving skills might be near the top on a checklist of attributes that student leadership advisers hope to develop in their students, those skills are also critical for the advisers themselves. Unique and thorny problems often crop up in these oversight positions, and the same strategy that helps teach students how to solve problems […]

December 2017

  Your complete rundown of NHS and NJHS news and activities. Display issues? View this email online. TOP NEWS #Futuready Series Debuts The NHS/NJHS #Futuready series provides you and your members with self-guided lessons using visual guides and videos. Explore the Goal Setting and Time Management modules » NHS Scholarship Deadlines Winter break is an excellent […]

NHS National Constitution

The following version of the NHS National Constitution was approved for all chapters by the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) Board of Directors. This is the most recent edition for use by chapters. Choose a sectionArticle I: Name and PurposeArticle II: The NASSP Student Leadership Advisory CommitteeArticle III: State OrganizationsArticle IV: Local ChaptersArticle […]

How an Obstacle Course Built a Team

Written in collaboration with student council members Sammie Addisu, president; Madeline Burkey, co-chair; Sydney Turner, co-chair; and Jazz Duncan, communications How do you get a group of 30 individuals to work together as a cohesive unit? Pretty tough, right? Let’s add to this dilemma: The group is composed of teenagers who come with all the […]

How Small Can Be Mighty

While most educators don’t immediately mention the size of their school as a factor in the quality of education, at small schools the students, teachers, and administrators are often quick to discuss it. But maybe not in the way that you’d think. “I love small schools,” says Terri Johnson, executive director of the Missouri Association […]

February 2017

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS Nominate Your Top NJHS Members Now! NJHS advisers may submit nominations now for the NJHS Outstanding Achievement Award. Schools can nominate as many NJHS members as they wish—there is no limit. Hurry to complete your nominations. The deadline is March 13. There are plenty of chances for your members to be recognized—500 […]

Privacy Policy

The National Association of Secondary School Principals (“NASSP”) respects the privacy of its members and other visitors to its websites, including www.nhs.us, www.njhs.us, www.nehs.org, www.natstuco.org, www.nassp.org, and https://community.nassp.org/home (the “Site”). This policy describes the type of information we collect, how the information is used and for what purposes, to whom we disclose the information, and […]