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National Student Project Database

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Each year, middle level and high school student councils dedicate numerous hours to school and community service projects. 

The National Student Project Database supports these efforts by providing detailed information about projects conceived, organized, and completed entirely by student leaders. Each entry offers a detailed description of the project, and many offer photos, links, and other supporting documents as well.

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Academy Councils / Admin Meetings

The administration is always looking for student feedback regarding coursework and teachers for the different classes. To bridge the gap between students and administration, Student Council decided to have academy-s...

American Education Week

Our teachers are greatly appreciated here at our school. Each day of the week (Monday-Friday) is assigned to a different graduating year in council.  The ideas range from class to class. Overall each teacher lo...

Birthday Recognition

The North Penn High School's Student Government Association initiated a new idea this school year of birthday recognition for the staff members as a part of staff appreciation. On the day of a staff member's birthd...

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Winter Secret Pals

This project's main goals were to get teachers and students more involved in school activities and to build a relation between the teachers and the students. We have traditionally sponsored secret pals; however, for the past three years our number of faculty participants has drastically declined. Th... READ MORE

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Tag, You're IT!

In an effort to encourage quality character on our campus, the local Hearne High School chapter of the National Honor Society began a program of "Tag, You're IT!" All high school staff and NHS members were asked to submit nominations for this designation. When a student was observed exhibiting role-... READ MORE

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The House that Oak Built

In 2012, 46.5 million Americans in the United States were living in poverty. According to this statistic, half a million people in our country were living on the streets or in insufficient homes, many without enough food to feed themselves and their families. The home is the foundation of one’... READ MORE

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A Once in a Laughtime Opportunity / Compliment Day

This year, officers of ASMHS were given the opportunity to create an awareness day to empower them to make a difference and share a message. One of our officers chose ‘Compliment Day’. On National Compliment Day (Jan. 29), nationally-renown speaker Kevin Wanzer was invited to speak to ou... READ MORE

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Puppy Palooza

Puppy Palooza was a dog show/puppy parade where we donated funds to our local animal shelter, the Animal Welfare Society of Monroe (AWSOM). AWSOM was opening a new spay and neutering clinic, so we decided to help them out with this fundraiser. Our main event was the dog show. It included categories ... READ MORE

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