National Honor Society members inducted


Hannah Pappert

National Honor Society members pose after the induction ceremony March 14.

Abby Neal, Web Editor-In-Chief

Character, scholarship, leadership and service. These are the four pillars of National Honor Society, and on March 14, 43 students were honored as displaying these qualities by being inducted into the national group.

To become a member, students had to complete at least 40 hours of community service at various events and activities, have a GPA of at least 3.50 and exhibit positive character traits. Combined, members of the group completed over 2000 hours of service throughout the year.

Sponsor and gifted adviser Teri Beashore began the ceremony, which was then led by the senior officers of NHS.

16 returning members and one transfer member were honored:

Tana Bradley

Zachary Brandt

Gisselle Contreras-Kelly

Chase Giese

Jami Gooch

Michael King

Zachary King (Secretary)

Alex Moran

Abigail Neal (Public Relations)

Michelle Obiesie

Bryant Rogers

Katherine Sullivan

Patricia Telthorst (President)

Kassidy Wieduwilt

Belicia Wilcoxen

Margaret Wolf (Vice President)

Mahayle Jones

After returning and transfer members were honored, the officers performed a candle lighting ceremony, recognizing the four pillars of NHS.

26 new members were then inducted:

Maria Accardi

Riley Apperson

Elle Black

Cara Bruce

Liliana Butler

Kara Evans

Alexander Falk

Sophia Frick

Emma Golden

Taylor Green

Grace Haworth

Hannah Haworth

Jessica Hutchings

Mikayla Jackson

Keisha Jones

Reiley Kirwan

Aubree Knetter

Emma Morgan

Heather Nguyen

Mary Rogers

Sophie Roper

Sydney Sheldon

Zoe Surprise

Patricia Thomas

Isaia Wilcoxen

Emily Wilson

Prospective members for next year can begin logging service hours now. Letters will be sent home to students with GPAs that qualify them for the club, and more information can be found on the district website. For more information, contact Beashore.