Inglewood Honor Society


The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character—all characteristics of the organization since its beginning in 1929.

The Inglewood chapter of NJHS is a student-run organization. Members participate in community service projects sponsored by the organization, provide collegiality, motivation, and support in the pursuit of the highest of standards.

Current 7th graders/new to Inglewood 8th graders:

A grade pull will be done at the end of first semester.  Students with GPAs of 3.5 or above will be invited to participate in Honor Society.  Once invited, students will need to do the following:

  •         Maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA.
  •         Complete 6 hours of community service by May 10
  •         Be students in good standing at Inglewood Middle School
  •         Participate in an Induction Ceremony in the spring on a yet to be determined date.

Current Honor Society 8th graders:

Students must do the following to continue their membership in the Inglewood Honor Society:

  •         Maintain their 3.5 cumulative GPA.
  •         Complete 13 hours of community service by May 10
  •         Be students in good standing at Inglewood Middle School

A grade pull will be done at the end of first semester.  Students whose GPA’s have fallen below a 3.5 will be put on Honor Society probation and will have to check in regularly with Mrs. LaMonte to document their grade progress.

To find out more about Honor Society at Inglewood, contact Mrs. LaMonte at

Inglewood Middle School Pantry Packs Food Drive

Pantry Packs is coming!  Starting the week of March 25-29, we will be collecting donations in the 1st period classes. 
Pantry Packs powered by the Lake Washington Schools Foundation provides weekend food packs for 1,005 food insecure LWSD students each week. Please see the flyer for information on what to donate.
Logo for Pantry Packs

"When kids don’t get enough to eat, they can’t concentrate, and they can’t learn. Teachers tell of students excited to be at school on Mondays because they can eat there through federal programs. But these same children in the Lake Washington School District (LWSD) often go hungry on weekends or during school breaks.‚Äč

With community donations of time, funds and kid-friendly food, volunteers come together each month to “pack the packs.” Volunteer drivers then deliver the packs to more than 43 participating schools, and each week school coordinators distribute the packs to hungry children in preschool through high school. Throughout the school year, Pantry Packs demonstrates how volunteers, schools and the community work together to help children in our area."

Thank you for helping us feed kids across the Lake Washington School District!

Questions? Email Mrs. Damey 

NJHS Advisor

Picture of Tiffany LaMonte
Mrs. LaMonte