The newly inducted members of the Warwick chapter of National Honor Society had a busy start to their spring and summer.
NHS members started off the spring season by creating handmade signs for Warwick's first home Unified track meet. NHS members were seen on the sidelines cheering on athletes from their school as well as supporting other local teams including Penn Manor, McCaskey, and Hempfield.
Warwick’s chapter of NHS has a long-standing relationship with Special Olympics. In addition to supporting the Unified track meet, members assisted at the Special Olympics picnic by playing games, hosting a bingo tournament, and helping with food preparation. Another activity the group participated in was over at Moravian Manor where students spent one afternoon visiting with residents. Warwick students took them on walks through the grounds and got to have some fun by playing bocce ball and ladder golf.
Members wrapped up the end of the year by hosting a blood drive for the Central Penn Blood Bank collecting 57 units of blood, potentially impacting 171 lives. NHS members also assisted with graduation as many served as ushers for the baccalaureate and graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2018.