Author - kmudd

Common Reader Suggestions for 2022-2023

It is not too early to recommend texts for next year’s Common Reader. What books have you or your NEHS members read recently that made you think, moved...

November Poetry Contest

The next round of the NEHS Writing Contest for this year opens on Monday, November 1 and closes on Monday, November 22. Any member from an active chapter...

NEHS Scholarship Prompts

Prompts for the NEHS Scholarship essays based on the 2022 Common Reader, The Beekeeper of Aleppo by Christy Lefteri, will be posted November 1, 2021...

NEHS Webinars

An Interview with Dr. Ryad Alsous Thursday, November 11, 2021, 6:00 p.m. CST Make plans now to join us for “An Interview with Dr. Ryad Alsous,”...

September/October Poetry Contest

We return to poetry for the writing contest this year. Due to the popularity of these contests the past two years, we have organized the year into five...

New Chapter Administration Tools

Helpful new tools, including a chapter checklist and yearly calendars, are now available on the newly reorganized NEHS website. The chapter checklist, also...

Project Grants

National English Honor Society Chapter Project Grants are designed to encourage local chapters to be innovative in developing projects that further the goals...

Chapter Spotlight

Starting this fall, as part of our “Reigniting NEHS Chapters” theme for 2021-2022, NEHS will initiate a Chapter Spotlight opportunity to encourage...

Intellectual Freedom Challenge

NEHS’s Intellectual Freedom Challenge (IFC) invites sophomore or junior NEHS members to submit well-reasoned, argumentative essays about the use of...