68 students inducted into NJHS at Strough
A total of 68 eighth-grade students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at Strough Middle School. Honor society advisers Cam Tien and Jeff White, both Strough teachers, were on hand with Strough Principal, Tracy O’Rourke and Assistant Principals, Tonia Davis and Kimberly Mursch.
Five students participated in a candle-lighting ceremony, with candles symbolizing five categories. Among them: Scholarship, Hannah Clark; Service, Jacob Bruno; Character, Kadence Barton; Leadership, Jaemeson Keith; Citizenship, Madeline Feeney. The Strough eighth-grade orchestra under the direction of Linda Baker provided entertainment.
To qualify for NJHS, students must have a grade-point average from seventh grade of 89.5 or higher, plus excel in scholarship, character, service, leadership, and citizenship. They also must write an essay and provide teacher recommendations, adult recommendations, and a list of activities in which they participate.
Recognized for Induction:
Evan Arbes, Kadence Barton, Dean Benoit, Jackson Bone, Ariel Bortle, Jacob Bruno, Kenidee Campbell, Amelia Cappelli, Kaycee Casler, Barbara Ciotti, Hannah Clark, San’Jole Coleman,
Samuel Colmey, Marialaina Cooney, Eric Creekmore, Joseph Crouse, J’La Daniels, Olivia DeAngelo, Natalia DiPaolo, Arin DiPasqua, Brooke Egresits, Madeline Feeney, Nico Fox, Mia Gualtieri, Joanna Hampe, Timothy Hill, Justen Hoffmeister, Makayla Howard, Sophia Iglesias-Tosti,
Tyler Jackson, Adam Keith, Jaemeson Keith, Izabelle Kotary, Layla Linder, Andrew Lipa, Emma Lopez, Liam McCarthy, Lexi McClenin, Allison McGowan, William McKeever, Craig Miles, Nolan Moore, Lucie Mullen, Katreena Natschke, Gwen Pasqualetti,
Luke Pelton, Emma Pickett, Elijah Pomales, Gina Rizio, Aryanna Rosario, Alexis Roth, Madeline Ryan, George Schnackenberg, Gabrielle Seeley, Alexa Smith, Brody Smith, Rian Springer, Caroline Stoltz, Lillian Stroich, Kaylee Symula, Julia Thet, Rory Voci, Mylie Weyant, Isabella Wilcox, Taylor Wright, Mattlyn Wyrick, Alexander Yates and Allidy Yoxall.
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