Students inducted into the National Junior Honor Society

By on April 13, 2014
New inductees of the National Junior Honor Society are shown here. Front from left, Zachery VanAmeron, Patrick Wolfe, Andrew Moseman, Abrianna Kruger, Shawna Lusk, Jocelyn Cervone and Mrs. Kristen Pelkey. Second row, Amanda Valerio, Briana Colucci, Emily Bibby, McKenzie Kill, Abigail Williams, Alexis Penna, Julia Smith and Madison Marsh. Back row, Elementary School Vice Principal Ashley John Grillo, MS/HS Assistant Principal Dan Courtney, Mrs. Colleen Milner, Anastasiya Yaroshchuk, Ericka Mendoza, Jeremy Crandall, William Lavender, Ethan Bibby, Jeffrey VanOrden, Kendra Quill, Melanie Norman, Angela Weaver and MS/HS Principal Sue Cory. Missing from photo, Gaje Papponetti.

New inductees of the National Junior Honor Society are shown here. Front from left, Zachery VanAmeron, Patrick Wolfe, Andrew Moseman, Abrianna Kruger, Shawna Lusk, Jocelyn Cervone and Mrs. Kristen Pelkey. Second row, Amanda Valerio, Briana Colucci, Emily Bibby, McKenzie Kill, Abigail Williams, Alexis Penna, Julia Smith and Madison Marsh. Back row, Elementary School Vice Principal Ashley John Grillo, MS/HS Assistant Principal Dan Courtney, Mrs. Colleen Milner, Anastasiya Yaroshchuk, Ericka Mendoza, Jeremy Crandall, William Lavender, Ethan Bibby, Jeffrey VanOrden, Kendra Quill, Melanie Norman, Angela Weaver and MS/HS Principal Sue Cory. Missing from photo, Gaje Papponetti.

The Holley Central School District’s chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) inducted 26 new members on Thursday, March 20 at a formal induction ceremony held at the Holley Middle School/High School.

To be inducted into the NJHS, a student must apply with and maintain a 90 percent academic average and be selected by a faculty selection committee based on the four qualities of NJHS membership which include character, scholarship, leadership and service.

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