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On Sunday, May 5 Mountaineer Middle School held their annual National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony where 26 new members were inducted. Inductees consisted of seventh and eighth grade students.
To be inducted, students must have a minimum 3.5 GPA, receive teacher recommendations, and write an essay on the society’s five (5) qualities one must exhibit. Those qualities include; leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship.
The ceremony was hosted by the school’s administration, Junior National Honor Society advisors, and eighth grade members of the Honor Society. The ceremony was moderated by Jessica Nuzum. Each of the five (5) qualities were addressed by eighth grade Junior Honor Society members. The students who spoke on each quality and what it means to them were; Catherine Lily, Service; Hannah Fowler, Scholarship; Erin Curran, Character; Alyia Todd, Citizenship; and Charlee Johnson, Leadership.
The 26 students each read the honor society pledge before being inducted by Junior National Honor Society advisor Chrisanne Diaz and were pinned and awarded their certificates by Mr. Rogers and Mrs. Sabatelli.
The induction ceremony was followed by a cake and punch reception, which all 150 ceremony attendees were invited to attend. Eighth grade Junior Honor Society members were responsible for serving during the reception.