March 24, 2022

NHS Entrusted Houston Project

In February, NHS, the National Honor Society, worked with Entrusted Houston to create a diaper drive, helping children and parents who may not have the resources they need. The original goal set by NHS was 5,000 diapers, and a grand prize would be given if the goal was met. Also, a competition was held by grade to see which grade could donate the most diapers, with a dress-up day awarded to the winning grade. Altogether, high school donated over 20,000 diapers, and will receive a bounce castle day soon. Furthermore, the grade who donated the most diapers, ninth grade, donated over 10,000 diapers and received a dress-up day. 

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