Seniors Inducted in Fall 2019 Ceremony

In mid-November, the National Honor Society held their fall induction in the library for ten Class of 2020 students. The new inductees were Alyssa Cupo, Marissa Dillon, Phoenix Dougherty, Rachel Fitz, Eric Hardy, Caroline Larsen, Meghan McLaren, Leila Novljakovic, Abigail Wall, and Brooke Yencha. NHS executive members President Jordan Haytaian, Vice President Paulina Georgoutsos, Secretary Phoebe Sessler, and Treasurer Elizabeth Finnegan spoke on the the pillars of NHS, service, scholarship, leadership, and character, respectively. NHS also welcomed English teacher Penny Giamoni as the keynote speaker for the evening, who delivered a crowd-pleasing speech on the pillars as a whole, in the form of a High School Musical metaphor. 
Speaking after the event, NHS advisor Carmello Chiara explained that inevitably, there are students who don’t make NHS the year before, which can be frustrating, and disappointing. “What they typically do is over the summer and then into the fall they find ways to get more involved,” he said. “This group seems to be people who are ready and raring to go, and eager to be involved in the school.” (Photo Courtesy of Leila Novljakovic)

In mid-November, the National Honor Society held their fall induction in the library for ten Class of 2020 students. The new inductees were Alyssa Cupo, Marissa Dillon, Phoenix Dougherty, Rachel Fitz, Eric Hardy, Caroline Larsen, Meghan McLaren, Leila Novljakovic, Abigail Wall, and Brooke Yencha. NHS executive members President Jordan Haytaian, Vice President Paulina Georgoutsos, Secretary Phoebe Sessler, and Treasurer Elizabeth Finnegan spoke on the the pillars of NHS, service, scholarship, leadership, and character, respectively. NHS also welcomed English teacher Penny Giamoni as the keynote speaker for the evening, who delivered a crowd-pleasing speech on the pillars as a whole, in the form of a High School Musical metaphor. Speaking after the event, NHS advisor Carmello Chiara explained that inevitably, there are students who don’t make NHS the year before, which can be frustrating, and disappointing. “What they typically do is over the summer and then into the fall they find ways to get more involved,” he said. “This group seems to be people who are ready and raring to go, and eager to be involved in the school.” (Photo Courtesy of Leila Novljakovic)

Elisha Stenger, Copy Editor

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