Fine Art Organizations
Head Director: Jennifer Dillard
Assistant Director: Daniel Weatherholt
1st Period – Off Period
2nd Period – Concert Band II (Weatherholt)
3rd Period – Symphonic Band (Weatherholt)
4th Period – Wind Ensemble (Dillard)
5th Period – Concert Band 1 (Dillard)
6th Period – Concert Band III (Weatherholt)
7th Period – Beginning Band (Dillard)
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Director: Sarah Young
1st Period – Conference Period
2nd Period – Chamber Choir
3rd Period – King’s Chorus
4th Period – Knight’s Chorus
5th Period – Concert Choir
6th Period – Treble Choir
7th Period – Treble Choir
Director: Shelby Nichols
1st Period – Conference Period
2nd Period – String Ensemble
3rd Period – Symphonic Orchestra
4th Period – Chamber Orchestra
5th Period – Philharmonic Orchestra
6th Period – Concert Orchestra
7th Period – Beginning Orchestra
Performance Schedule – TBD
Miscellaneous Clubs and Organizations
Sponsor: Brandi Prater
Thursdays, Room 170 8-8:40AM
Sponsor: Brenda Storey
Sponsor: Ruthellen Hinton
Sponsor: Judi Wilson
Sponsor: Steve Dixen
Theatre Director: Kami Jackson
Theatre Director: Gwendolyn Fenley
Sponsors: Elijah Simon/Elizabeth Buenger/Dr. Willey Kelley/Sheri Rutledge
Sponsor: Joe Daw
Sponsor: Chris Ortiz
Monday and Wednesday mornings in Gym B starting August 22, 2022.
Sponsors: James Doggett/Jaime Skowron
Sponsors: Steve Dixen/Gwendy Fenley
Sept 9, Purple Out football game, CP playing at Woodforest Stadium
Sponsors: Kathleen Brown/Tonya West
Sponsor: Kaneisha English
What is National Junior Honor Society?
Membership in NJHS is one of the highest honors that can be awarded to a junior high school student. NJHS provides an outstanding opportunity to grow with academically accomplished peers who are sharpening the habits needed for success in high school and beyond.
Who is eligible to apply?
Seventh grade students are invited to apply based on their 1st semester (math, science, language arts, history) core class average (not rounded). Below are the minimum required averages depending upon how many honors classes are taken:
-All Honors: 92.00
-3 Honors: 93.00
-2 Honors: 94.00
-1 Honors: 95.00
-All level: 96.00
Am I automatically a member?
No. NHJS membership is a privilege, not a right, according to the constitution of the national organization. Although you may fulfill the scholarship component of NJHS membership, you must show that you can also fulfill the leadership, character, service and citizenship components. Usually in February, eligible students will be notified. Eligible students must fill out an application. No late or incomplete applications will be accepted. Completed applications are due before Spring Break. Exact dates will be determined by the Advisors.
How am I selected for NJHS?
A Faculty Council consisting of 5 teachers will review all membership applications. In a closed meeting, the Faculty Council will decide which candidates fulfill all 5 pillars of the National Junior Honor Society. The NJHS advisor(s) and the school principal are not part of the decision process.
What will be expected of me as a Knox Junior High NJHS member?
-Annual dues of $20 due in May following the Induction Ceremony
-Attendance at 30-minute monthly meetings
-Maintain an 85% semester average for the four core classes (math, science, language arts, history)
-Complete 30 service hours (10 of which must directly benefit the Knox community)
-Other activities as necessary
Can I be dismissed from NJHS?
Yes. Any member who falls below the standards of scholarship, service, leadership, character or citizenship may be considered for discipline or dismissal from the Knox chapter of NJHS. Violations of law or school regulations can result in immediate consideration of the dismissal of the member. Dismissed members must surrender any membership emblems to the advisor.
Where can I find more information?
Please visit www.njhs.us for more information.
Christine Freeman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy David: email@example.com
Sponsor: Timothy McCarthy
Sponsors: James Garrison/Kel Wiltshire
Room 303, Wednesdays 4:15-5:15
Sponsor: Elizabeth Buenger/Jay Buenger
Vice President –
Knox UIL Academic Coordinator: Judi Wilson
Art – Susan Peterson
History – Tim McCarthey
Impromptu Speaking – Judi Wilson
Maps, Graphs and Charts – Kenneth Barron
Math – Kristine Smith
Music Memory – TBA
Number Sense – Kristine Smith
Oral Reading – Judi Wilson
Oratory – Judi Wilson
Original Oratory – Judi Wilson
Science – Percy David