NYS Science Honor Society

Moderator:

Ms. May

Dr. Bennett
All Activities are open to any student at SFP!
Update for: NYS Science Honor Society
 

ANNOUNCEMENT -

By popular vote Arianna Kahn - president; Christina Egan - vice president; Nicole Tong - secretary.  Please see Ms. May ASAP to discuss the requirements as officers.


Service point activities are avaliable for the March 14th midnight run (read below). 



The CEREMONY is APRIL 2nd  @ 7pm in the auditorium!!!

THE SECOND SERVICE POINT OPPORTUNITY (you need 2 total) - March 13th: by MARCH 13 (THURS) bring hygiene kit (soap, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, lotion [or powder] in a gallon size ziploc bag with your name written on a paper sealed in the bag) to Ms. May's classroom (E112). DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE BAG, DO WRITE YOUR NAME ON A PIECE OF PAPER AND PUT IT IN THE BAG!!!!!

THE THIRD SERVICE POINT OPPORTUNITY -  Attend a group activity with us MARCH 14th @ 3 pm in the library (dismissed by 4:15 pm).

 
If you need to print a new log click here:NYSSHS SERVICE LOG.doc  

1.      You will be required to provide service to the science community here at St. Francis Prep. Examples of service include: lab aides/assistants, peer tutors (science classes), and open house (science).

     a.       All juniors and new seniors (weren’t involved last year, for any reason) are required to serve a total of 20 hours over the course of this school year.

b.      Returning senior members (active member last year) you are only required to serve 10 total hours by the ceremony date.

2.      All members MUST attend the ceremony, no excuses excepted (April 2nd, 2014).

3.      All members MUST serve two service points by attending/participating in two NYSSHS sponsored events/drives (about 90 minutes per event).TBA

4.       You may start your service immediately, ask your current or past science teacher for service hour opportunities and/or sign up as guidance to be a SCIENCE tutor.  You are responsible for keeping your service log (link to print more sheets below).  One paper per submission, do not repeat hours (only hours served during the timeframe of each collection will be counted).

b.      We will have collection points throughout the year to ensure that everyone is on pace to get the required number of hours (20 total for all juniors and new seniors, 10 total for second year seniors)

              i. The collection days will be:

1.      End of 1st Quarter (Nov. 8th), a minimum of two (2) hours

2.      End of 2nd Quarter (Jan. 23rd ), a minimum of seven (7) hours

3.      Mid-3rd Quarter (Feb. 27th),  approx. six (6) hours are due (seniors, you should only have maybe one or two hours for this submission.

4.      Any juniors with remaining hours must serve them by March 25th.

Collection location (only on the days mentioned above) is by the door to the science office (W-106a).

* The time spent participating in service point activities will not be counted towards your total Science Society service hours.

THE FIRST SERVICE POINT OPPORTUNITY (more to come, you need 2 total) - January 22th: by Jan. 22 (Wed) bring hygiene kit (soap, deodorant, tooth brush, tooth paste, lotion [or powder] in a gallon size ziploc bag with your name written on a paper sealed in the bag) to Ms. May's classroom (E112). DO NOT WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE BAG, DO WRITE YOUR NAME ON A PIECE OF PAPER AND PUT IT IN THE BAG!!!!!

THE SECOND SERVICE POINT OPPORTUNITY -  Attend a group activity with us January 23 @ 3 pm in the library (dismissed by 4:15 pm).

 To get another log sheet click the link NYSSHS SERVICE LOG.doc