Students inducted into National Honor Society

Friday, March 12, 2021
Front Row, left to right: Morgan Sievert, Sara Cargin, Emma Peterson, Amelia Damewood, Kim Weflen, Ella Walters, Maria Kueny, Jenna Nielsen. Middle, left to right: Liliana Solis, Jocelyn Launderville, Caela Kruger, Shea Lockin, Angela Lopez, Madison Lundberg, Alli Magnussen. Back Row, left to right: Simon Carlson, Ethan Arnts, Marlene Valdovinos, Preston McCoy, Brennan Shea.

A new crop of students were inducted into the Alta-Aurelia National Honor Society (NHS) at a March 8th ceremony.

“We have some really great students at Alta-Aurelia, and those who applied and were selected for NHS have effectively demonstrated the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, leadership, service, and character,” A-A NHS Advisor Jennifer Radke said. She teaches English at the high school.

The NHS is a nationwide organization for high school students that was established in 1921. According to the website, chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

Front row, left to right: Makayli Snyder, Jessica Larson, Ellie Kaskey, Alaina Westphal, Sierra Hill. Back row, left to right: Cassidy Parks, Cade Rohwer, Kelly Jensen, Trey Engelmann, Elizabeth Gustafson, Teagan Meyer.

“We are looking forward to doing some service projects this spring, including a school-wide blood drive, and some activities during National Student Leadership Week,” Radke said.