By Makayla Garcia & Emily Major:
On Thursday, May 2, 2019, at 6 PM, NCHS hosted the National Honor SOciety induction ceremony in the auditorium.
35 to 40 junior and senior students with a 3.75 GPA, no major disciplinary actions, no excessive absences, and no ISS were inducted into National Honor Society. During the induction, each student was welcomed on to the stage by Mrs. Rapp, where they signed their contract, were awarded a certificate, and congratulated by Mrs. Barker. The students gathered at the back of the stage until everyone had been inducted, then recited the pledge led by the president of NHS, Jacob Tallamy.
During their time spent in NHS, students will play Bingo at the Nursing Home, participate at the Annual Lake Clean-up Day, work both girls’ and boys’ basketball concessions, help organize the annual Arts and Crafts show and Christmas Store, and work as ushers at graduation.
Mrs. Barker, the NHS sponsor, said, “Students have made it through three years conducting themselves being a service to their community and presenting themselves as positive, helpful, and contributing positively to the community and their school.”
Riley Butcher, a student inducted into NHS on Thursday, said, “I’m so thrilled. It’s an honor to be considered for such a high title,” when asked to describe how she felt about her recent accomplishment.
Congratulations to the following students who were inducted on Thursday evening: