NHS Crisis

<p>Okay here's the deal.. I'm currently on probation in NHS for forgetting to turn in stupid paper bags for a food drive.. Now I've missed two consecutive meetings and forgotten to turn in my volunteer hours. (umm, yeah) I'm still awaiting for a notice from the SAC committee that will try me. Most likely I will face dismissal and I am thinking whether I should put NHS as my extracurricular activity for ED application (WHICH I ABSOLUTELY NEED TO FINISH BY TONIGHT). I've heard that my school's NHS sends dumb letters to colleges the dismissed kids apply to, so I'm kinda scared.
When I sent my Part I of the app I didn't mention anything about probation.</p>

<p>Should I not take the chance and not put NHS as an EC and probably mention about my probation status to be the most safe?</p>

<p>you should prob. leave nhs off the app. its not worth risking it</p>

<p>You could always "resign" from NHS before they kick you out.</p>

<p>Don't put it. The tiny benefit of being in NHS probably isn't worth the risk of the college receiving a bad recommendation about you.</p>

<p>Mandi is right.</p>