The Chairman of the Induction Committee is Dennise Ramirez, with Brielle Pitney, Christina Kaminsky, Patrick Hughes, Amy Frazier, Melissa Shaughness, Adam Valavanis, Danielle Baker, and Kristen Powers as members. Our goal for this year is to plan the Induction ceremony and document the process for next year's Induction Committee members.
-The ceremony date should be decided at the beginning of the year. It should be on a Wednesday in early November.
-A speaker needs to be contacted in advance and should be someone who exemplifies NHS qualities.
-The sponsor (who will not be Mrs. Ruland next year) of the club should also speak.
-Both the auditorium and cafeteria need to be booked in advance.
-The current members of the induction committee are required to come 2 hours before hand to help set up and prepare for the ceremony. The inductees should be instructed at the same time for a walk through and pizza. (Refer to Foods committee)
-Follow the previous programs for the order of events for the ceremony. (Included in folder)
-Make sure the executive board has proper robes and speeches about what the five candles represent. The club sponsor also has a speech that should be prepared. Examples are provided.
-There should be enough candles for the inductees to hold during the ceremony.
-After the induction there should be dessert and appetizers provided by the foods committee.
-They can show up at 7 and set up during the ceremony.
Committee Chairperson: Brielle Pitney
Date of Form Completion: April 12, 2012
Description of Project:
This project will provide future members with an outline of how to organize the NHS induction ceremony.
Impact of Project on Current Student Body:
Sets an example for next years members.
Impact of Project on Future Student Body:
The future student body will be more prepared and organized when it is time to plan the induction. It should prevent chaos and ease the burden of planning.
Impact of Project on Future Students on This Committee:
Future committee members can follow our guide lines and focus on other projects.
How Success of Project Will Be Evaluated:
The project can be evaluated by how easy it is to follow instructions next year, and if next years committee has questions regarding instructions.
2012 National Honor Society Annual Committee Report Form
Each NHS Completion of the form is the responsibility of each committee chairperson, but committee members are expected to assist him or her. The form should thoroughly document at least one major project that the committee has completed during the school year. Please submit additional forms for other major projects to help next year’s committee with planning and evaluating future projects. This form should be typed and posted on the website by the end of April.committee must complete one of these forms each year.
Committee Chairperson: Brielle Pitney
Date of Form Completion: 3/28/12
Description of Project: Planned the induction ceremony and choreographed the induction with the foods committee
Impact of Project on Current Student Body: Gives them a better understanding about the ceremony and what the schedule is
Impact of Project on Future Student Body: Setting a good example for NHS
Impact of Project on Future Students on This Committee: Sets a standard for how the ceremony should be run
How Success of Project Will Be Evaluated: Fluency of ceremony, organization, preparation, materials are provided.
Today we planned the how to run the Induction Ceremony. It occurs mid-November and should be planned a month before. Part of our job is to get a guest speaker, sign up for the auditorium and cafeteria at the beginning of the school year, purchase decorations for the reception, buy and hand out programs for the induction, and arrive early to set everything up.
After school-executive board and one member of the induction committee stay to set up and rehearse
5:00 all members of the induction and food committee arrive to help set up
7:00 induction ceremony starts
We will begin compiling information concerning the induction ceremony and it's requirements. The end result will be a comprehensive binder for future reference with newer members. The binder will consist of compiled materials of requirements for the ceremony and a brief summary of the history of the importance of the ceremony.
We are going to work on training new members on how to use the site.
This coming week we plan on meeting with Mrs. Ruland to discuss the Induction Ceremony. This meeting will allow us to have a better understanding of this process and allow us to make improvements upon last years induction that will create a more efficient process. We will also be documenting the process for future Induction Committee members.
At the meeting we will discuss who will speak at the event, the order of events, when food will be served (we will be working with the Food Committee), what information to send out to the new members (the President), and the regulations from the NHS official website.