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NJHS Advisor

Mrs. Suffolk

Room: B-28



National Junior Honor Society

The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character and Citizenship. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginnings in 1929.


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NJHS 2018-2019 

If you feel that you will qualify for NJHS this should start your community service early! Print out a log and get started!



Orientation Meetings during Homeroom TBD



Invites will be sent out in January 2019 




Mandatory Homeroom Information Meetings

January 30th - 6th grade

January 31st- 7th Grade

February 1st - 8th grade 


3 year Member Meeting at Lunch

January 29th in Room B--28







Membership Requirements

Membership in the Valley View Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society is one of the highest honors that can be bestowed upon a student at this school.

To be eligible for membership a student must:

1. Attend Valley View for one semester

2. Maintain a cumulative scholastic average of at least 3.5 while at VVMS.

  • Average is computed based on semester grades only:
    A = 4 points, B = 3 points, C = 2 points, D = 1 point.
    Points are totaled and divided by the number of grades

3. No N’s or U’s in citizenship or effort in any class including homeroom.

4. No F's in any subject

5. Administrative Approval – verification of acceptable citizenship

All Valley View students who meet this criteria will be invited to join NJHS.

Students who wish to become a member of NJHS, will be required to:

  • attend the mandatory information meetings after school
  • complete an NJHS application
  • complete 6 hours of Community Service
  • write a Community Service Project Reflection
  • meet all required deadlines
  • attend the Induction Ceremony Rehearsal
  • attend the Induction Ceremony


Community Service Hours

A community service project is mandated in order to be an active participant in NJHS. According to its Constitution and Governance, each member of NJHS must complete a service project each year. The project you choose needs to have the following characteristics. It must fulfill a need within the school or community; it must have the support of the school’s administration; it must be appropriate and educationally defensible; and it must be well planned, organized, and executed.

NJHS members are obligated to complete a minimum of 6 hours of community service. Your hours do not need to be completed all at one time, nor all at the same location. Your community service hours and log must be completed and returned to Mrs. Suffolk in Room B-28 no later than March 23, 2018 by 3:00 p.m. Please be advised that you will NOT be eligible for NJHS if you do not complete the six hours of community service and/or turn in the form passed the due date.

Although you are free to responsibly choose and participate in an individual community service project that reflects your particular talents and interests, we recommend that you select carefully to ensure that your hours will count. We recommend that you volunteer with a non-profit agency or service based organization that benefits the community. Examples of acceptable hours, include, volunteering at a local food pantry, public library, church, senior center or nursing home, or assisting a community group, such as, the Boys & Girls Club, YMCA, Rotary or Kiwanis Club. You may choose to volunteer at the Rancho Simi Recreation Center or for a youth sports organization.   Unacceptable hours, include, assisting a teacher at VVMS, babysitting, working for a family member, or working within the home. 

If you are unsure where to begin, several links to community organizations with ongoing volunteer opportunities have been provided.


Volunteer Opportunities

Here are some links to local groups and organizations with ongoing volunteer opportunities.

Homework Club ~ Valley View

Simi Valley Public Library

Boys & Girls Club (will accept volunteers younger than 14 if you let them know it's for NJHS)


Senior Center 


Rancho Simi Recreation & Parks

Samaritan Center

For the Troops

Simi Valley Little League

Moorpark Food Pantry

Operation Blankets of Love

If you have questions about community service.....

Please come see me ASAP!!! 


Important Dates

January 22-26 NJHS Invitations will be distributed in Homeroom 
January 29 3rd Year Members Meeting at Lunch Room B-28
Jan 30, Jan 31, Feb 1 Homeroom Information Meeting in MPR (1/30 6th,  1/31  7th,   2/1  8th)
February 2 Information Meeting Make Up in B-28 after school (Only if absent on 30th, 31st, or  1st)
February 9 Application Due to Room B-28 by 1:00pm
March 15 3rd Year Members Meeting at Lunch Room B-28  (Speeches DUE)
March 23 Community Service Log and Essay Due to Room B-28 by 3:00pm
April 17 Mandatory Rehearsal 2:45-4pm in the Gym 
April 18 Induction Ceremony at 6:00pm in the Gym