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NHS inducts 57 new members

  • Sophomore Abbie Bushinski signs her name before shaking hands with Mrs. Randi Watts and going to stand in line with the other 56 new members.
  • Junior Breanna DuBois signs her name in the inductee book. (Genna Barner)
  • Guest speaker Mr. Carey Collins speaks to audience members after giving an example of someone who does not represent the four pillars. (Genna Barner)
  • At the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Advisor Mr. Dean Menegay and two other teachers give speeches. (Genna Barner)
  • NHS secretary, senior Hannah Friend speaks about Character. Character is one of the four pillars of NHS. The other three pillars are; service, leadership, and scholarship. (Genna Barner)
  • NHS Historian, senior Hannah Locke lights the candle of scholarship. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts welcomes sophomore Jordan Cooper as she shakes his hand and hands him his NHS pin. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Joseph Haddad signs the induction book as Mrs. Randi Watts waits to shake his hand. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Julia Lefere signs the induction book. She was one of 57 new members inducted into NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • During the NHS induction ceremony, sophomore Kylie Rydjord signs her name into the induction book. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Lucas Herrera bends down to sign his name. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Lydia Anuszkiewicz signs her name as Sophomore Madelyn Atwood waits behind her. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Madi Hernandez signs the induction book after Mr. Dean Menegay calls her name. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Matt Kanalas writes his name in front of the other NHS members and their parents. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts congratulates all of the new members after welcoming them into NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts and sophomore Kylie Rydjord share a laugh as Watts holds the induction book down for Rydjord. (Genna Barner)
  • Junior Samantha Peters shakes Mrs. Randi Watts hand as she is welcomed into the Susan K. Loring chapter of NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Sydney Shafer signs the induction book in front of her peers. (Genna Barner)
  • Junior Tyler Collins bends down to sign the induction book while Mrs. Randi Watts waits to hand him his NHS pin. (Genna Barner)

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  • Sophomore Abbie Bushinski signs her name before shaking hands with Mrs. Randi Watts and going to stand in line with the other 56 new members.
  • Junior Breanna DuBois signs her name in the inductee book. (Genna Barner)
  • Guest speaker Mr. Carey Collins speaks to audience members after giving an example of someone who does not represent the four pillars. (Genna Barner)
  • At the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony Advisor Mr. Dean Menegay and two other teachers give speeches. (Genna Barner)
  • NHS secretary, senior Hannah Friend speaks about Character. Character is one of the four pillars of NHS. The other three pillars are; service, leadership, and scholarship. (Genna Barner)
  • NHS Historian, senior Hannah Locke lights the candle of scholarship. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts welcomes sophomore Jordan Cooper as she shakes his hand and hands him his NHS pin. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Joseph Haddad signs the induction book as Mrs. Randi Watts waits to shake his hand. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Julia Lefere signs the induction book. She was one of 57 new members inducted into NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • During the NHS induction ceremony, sophomore Kylie Rydjord signs her name into the induction book. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Lucas Herrera bends down to sign his name. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Lydia Anuszkiewicz signs her name as Sophomore Madelyn Atwood waits behind her. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Madi Hernandez signs the induction book after Mr. Dean Menegay calls her name. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Matt Kanalas writes his name in front of the other NHS members and their parents. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts congratulates all of the new members after welcoming them into NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • Mrs. Randi Watts and sophomore Kylie Rydjord share a laugh as Watts holds the induction book down for Rydjord. (Genna Barner)
  • Junior Samantha Peters shakes Mrs. Randi Watts hand as she is welcomed into the Susan K. Loring chapter of NHS. (Genna Barner)
  • Sophomore Sydney Shafer signs the induction book in front of her peers. (Genna Barner)
  • Junior Tyler Collins bends down to sign the induction book while Mrs. Randi Watts waits to hand him his NHS pin. (Genna Barner)
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3 Responses to “NHS inducts 57 new members”

  1. Sarah on November 16th, 2016 12:38 pm

    I think its nice that they took pictures of all the students signing the book

  2. Keith Lovely on November 16th, 2016 12:40 pm

    They’re some great pictures!!

  3. Bailey Meade on November 16th, 2016 12:41 pm

    Very good pictures

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NHS inducts 57 new members