COVID-19 Resources

We are mindful that the world and the everyday look different for all of us as we deal with the COVID-19 impact. What matters most is the health and safety of everyone in your school and community. We all see people stepping up in this crisis to show that leadership goes beyond walls and school buildings.

It’s in our love for our communities that leadership becomes realized. We need to show the world our students in this light, not as young people awaiting news and the next announcement in this crisis, but as strong emerging leaders who jump in and help where needed.

Thank you, to both you and your students, for your continued leadership in these unprecedented times.

What do you want to hear from us? If you have specific topics and themes that you would like our program team to address in the coming weeks, please share with us here:


Student Service and Leadership Beyond School Walls: Virtual NHS and NJHS

In this special-topic webinar, the national office highlights the chapter model and administration of Agora Cyber Charter School, which is a complete online learning environment for grades K–12. Co-advisers Rebecca Adams and Joanne Mulvey shared best practices on how to run a virtual Honor Society chapter, be creative in an online setting, and support student service and leadership activities from afar.

Watch On Demand

Resources for chapter management

Virtual Inductions

It is not mandatory for induction ceremonies to take place in person and accommodations can be made at the local level to conduct the ceremony online. Suggestions for creating a virtual experience have been added to the Adviser Resource Center on the Inducting Members page.

Adviser Resource Center

Your #1 resource for anything and everything you need to know about maintaining a chapter.

Online Store

The NEHS online store is now open to all (advisers, students, and their families) to purchase recognition and memorabilia items.

Resources from partner organizations


UNICEF is donating hygiene and medical kits to schools. UNICEF also provides a wealth of resources for everyone in the family, from little ones to teens, and grown-ups on how people can make a difference and stay sane during this time.


No Kid Hungry

No Kid Hungry is committed to feeding children in need, especially now that many schools are not in session. They are working with superintendents, principals, food management services, public agencies, and most importantly, student advocates, to ensure that no kid goes hungry.

TAKE ACTION TODAY: Students across the country are losing the school meals they rely on, and their families are losing critical income. Join @NoKidHungry and @njhs_njhs in urging the Senate to #StrengthenSNAP in all packages being considered.:

Do you know a school or organization in your community working to ensure kids have the meals they need as schools close due to #COVID19? @NoKidHungry

and @nhs_njhs want to help! Share this application for emergency grant funds:

As schools close in response to the #coronavirus, many students are losing the only healthy food they receive in a given day, join @nhs_njhs and help! Host a charity Stream for @NoKidHungry at

Hey @njhs_njhs students, give shout-outs to teachers, nutrition directors, principals, cafeteria staff and volunteers here:

Virtual Service Ideas