NHS inducts new honorees

Maria Guzman, Journalist

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Some 65 seniors were inducted into the National Honor Society earlier this fall. To qualify for NHS a student must have maintained a grade point average of 3.25 or higher and met other academic criteria. This was one of the biggest groups ever to be inducted.

Inductees included Annabelle Babbitt, Hannah Bailey, Janie Barham, Callie Barnett, Leeah Boulware, Mercedes Bradley, Hannah Brigham, Kennedy Byers, Peyton Carter, Aileen Castillo, Bradasha Chappel, Garrett Clark, Chris Daniels, Koesha Davis, Tiffany Dempsey, Tyler Dennis, Kaitlyn Disedare, Tyler Doolin, Tiffany Erwin, Claudia Franks, and Ashlyn Garrett.

Other new members include Grace Gore, Mariah Guevara, Maria Guzman, Juana Guzman, Sydnei Hardwell, Kristyn Hardy, Connor Harrington, Rhiley Herring, Khang Ho, Shuntia Hunter, Tyler Irby, Tracey Jackson, Abbie Jolly, Bailey Ladner, Joey Lewis, Steven Liberty, Duncan Lowther, Caitlyn McCormack, Elise McWilliams, Mason Meadows, Megan Mitchell, and Yasmine Morris.

Others inducted were Keyvonnie Nelson, David O’Dell, Chandler Owen, Terrell Page, Mikayla Peterson, Aniya Pickings, Mallory Porter, Dalton Ray, Olivia Reeves, Daniel Reyes, Aletha Rich, Autumn Scruggs, Alex Shaw, Kalijah Smith, Kristin Smith, Kayleigh Sneed, Mar’Keveon Strickland, Keith Watson, Ella Williams, Jayla Wyrick, Brittany Yates, and Tim Ziglar.

The new members met and elected officers: Joey Lewis, president, Autumn Scruggs, vice president; Keyvonnie Nelson, secretary; Aileen Castillo, treasurer; and Yasmine Morris, reporter.

Nelson, secretary; Aileen Castillo, treasurer; and Yasmine Morris, reporter.

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