The Northwood High School Chapter of the National Honor Society has been very busy this school year! On Sunday, September 27th, these students volunteered as course marshals for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, in downtown Toledo. The students cheered on the runners and walkers as they made their way to the finish line. Many participants made a point to wave and give a thumbs up to our students, and some even came right up to them to give them hi-five’s along the way to share their appreciation. The students left with raspy voices and smiles on their faces.
Earlier this month, on Saturday, October 10th, the NHS students volunteered at the “Things that GO Show” at Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio. Our students worked the toy tractor station, and helped many young children who participated in the event.
Next up, these students will be participating in the “Trick or Trunk” event at NHS, immediately following the PowderPuff game. This will take place next week, Wednesday, October 28th!
These students and their advisors are actively looking for more volunteer experiences, both on the weekends and during the weekdays. If you have a need for volunteers, please contact NHS advisor Mrs. Toflinski at firstname.lastname@example.org.