Todd County High School has its very own National Honors Society, that showcases some of the best and brightest students that TC has to offer. It currently has 31 members with 10 seniors.
The National Honors Society meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. The meetings are run by a student democracy with five officers and overseen by the faculty advisors Ms. Linster and Ms. Ritter.
Together, the National Honors Society participates in hundreds of hours of community service, such as Reading is Fundamental (R.I.F.), blood drives, and Relay for Life. In addition each member must put in at least 10 hours of community service that they have done outside of NHS.
The inductee selection occurs during the 2nd semster of the and final results will be released before the end of the school year.
L to R: Ted Marshall, Howard Fuller, Lottie Grimshaw, Steven Scott, Samira Jones