Cato-Meridian Inducts 24 into NHS
By displaying the virtues of character, scholarship, leadership and service, 24 Cato-Meridian High School students recently earned induction into the National Honor Society.
The students were celebrated during an induction ceremony, where Superintendent Dr. Terry Ward congratulated the students, and their families, on the achievement.
“Your parents made you a priority and are a big reason why you are exceptional learners and invested in your community,” said Ward. “Moving forward, do not get complacent or rest on your accomplishments. Take chances and be willing to accept challenges.”
Principal Danielle Mahoney said selection into National Honor Society is a great privilege and noted that students being inducted have all gone above and beyond to separate themselves from others.
During the ceremony, current members of the society introduced each new member and presented them with honorary pins. The new members then took their oath of membership, led by NHS President Gavin Carvey.
The following students were inducted: Amber Cummins, Jesse Hunter, Benjamin Sheckler, Caleb Welsh, Chase Byrne, Lydia Cox, Emma Greene, Jaelin Hill, Kaitlyn Hodson, Kaitlin house, Robert Krieger, Courtney LaForce, Taylor McLain, Jenna Miller, Sarah Perez, Jayla Phillips, Hailey Salmonsen, Carissa Soutar, Marissa Teska, Austin Vincent, Gracee White, Hunter White and Kady Wood.
An honorary membership was also given to exchange student Gellert Gyori.