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Socks for our Neighbors in Need

Socks for our Neighbors in Need

During their third Annual Sock Drive, members of the National Honor Society collected 2,656 pairs of socks to help our neighbors in need during the chilly winter months. Well done, Raiders!

Did you know that one of the most asked for clothing items by people in need is socks?

For the third straight year, members for the NHS have done something about it!

They collected 2,656 pairs of socks during their annual sock drive to help our neighbors during these very chilly months of Winter!

The donated socks will be distributed to various organizations, including:

  • Lazarus House Ministries in Lawrence
  • The Red Cross Disaster Relief Program
  • The Community Giving Tree in Lawrence
  • Debbie’s Treasure Chest in Lawrence

These organizations play a vital role in supporting our community members during challenging times.

Photo Album: NHS Sock Drive

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Officers of the National Honor Society

  • Navin Ramesh '24
  • Tiger Nguyen '24
  • Anna Perrin '24
  • Aidan Herries '24
  • Breanna Rosario '24

Moderator and Advisor of the National Honor Society

  • Mrs. Kathleen Smith, Moderator & Teacher
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About the National Honor Society

The purpose of the NHS is to give students with strong academics, character, leadership, and service a chance to help the school and the greater community. In February, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors with an AGPA of 3.9 or better are invited to apply for membership, which is decided based on the four qualities mentioned above.

Moses and the Red, or Pink, Sea at a Pep Rally

Student Life at Central Catholic

Our students are passionate and involved.

Central Catholic's many clubs, activities, and teams provide students with the chance to develop a life-long interest while forging life-long friendships.

Students forge bonds with classmates and teachers while enriching their lives and pursuing their interests beyond the classroom.

The National Honor Society is one of the over 50 clubs and activities available to students.

Explore our Online Activities Guide to find the best fit for your personality, talents, and interests.

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Students with socks