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Sandy Creek National Junior Honor Society inducts new members

Members of the Sandy Creek Middle School National Junior Honor Society are pictured prior to the induction ceremony at the school.
Members of the Sandy Creek Middle School National Junior Honor Society are pictured prior to the induction ceremony at the school.
November 19th, 2018 by Lani Camp, Public Relations

The Sandy Creek Central School District Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted 21 new members into the prestigious organization. The NJHS recognizes students who not only excel in academics, or scholarship, they also look for candidates who are strong leaders, have strong character and exhibit strong service and citizenship in their community and school.

Following a welcome by SCCS Superintendent Kyle Faulkner, the chapter history and purpose were explained by Susan Gafner, advisor for the NJHS. A special candle lighting ceremony by current members and officers who explained the tenets of the organization. The new members were announced and presented with their pin and certificate by Middle School Principal Carolyn Shirley and Superintendent Faulkner before taking the NJHS Oath.

New members include: Natalie LaCelle, Nikolai Rosenbaum, Natalie Bauer, Alexander Caufield, Skylar Clark, Mason Ennist, Marisa Filiatrault, Cameron Hathway, Julia Hollister, Daltyn Landas, Sophia Luce, Trevor McDougal, Rylee McNitt, Brodey Orr, Maddox Palmer, Zachary Pettit, Scout Preston, Lillian Ramus, Caitlin Wagar, Hannah White and Mary White. They join current members: Ryan Barney, Marissa Brennan, Abby Chen, Kierra Davis, Elizabeth Glazier, Maiya Hathway, Lillian Kohlbach, Reegan Macklen, Braiden Martin, Noah Reff, Abrielle Soluri and Cody Walke.

A reception was held for the students and their guests following the ceremony.


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