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Hall inducts students into National Honor Society

Published: Monday, April 28, 2014 1:11 p.m. CST • Updated: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 10:24 a.m. CST
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The 2014 Hall High School National Honor Society members are, with Barbara Fuller (front row, from left), Kara Crowther, Hayley Cessna, Torri Leek, Rebecca Schmidt, Carly Kirkman (second row), Alyssa Smith, Emily Hoscheid, Ellen Herrmann, Sarah Tipton, Al Baldonado (back row), Brent Neahring, Luke Lee-Brown, Tyler Pullman and Taggart Venegas.

SPRING VALLEY — The Hall High School National Honor Society held its induction ceremony at 10 a.m. April 22. The entire student body and faculty were in attendance as well as family members of the NHS inductees.

National Honor Society members must be outstanding in service, leadership, character and scholarship. A candidate must have a cumulative grade point average of 4.0 or higher. Potential candidates fill out activity sheets and then a select group of teachers score the applicants based on service, leadership and character.

There were 14 students inducted this year. New senior members are Torri Leek, Brent Neahring, Rebecca Schmidt and Taggart Venegas. Junior inductees are Al Baldonado, Luke Lee-Brown, Hayley Cessna, Kara Crowther, Ellen Herrmann, Emily Hoscheid, Carly Kirkman, Tyler Pullam, Alyssa Smith and Sarah Tipton.

Current NHS members are Rachel Bezel, president; Jenna Edington, vice president; Kaylee Golden, secretary; Ashley Keegan, treasurer; and Olivia Bergagna, Clarissa Gerrard, Rebecca Herrmann, Ranay Loehr and Kaitlyn Padgett.  

Teachers who were inducted into the National Honor Society when they were in high school were honored. Those teachers recognized were Donna Albrecht, Debra Arreguin, Julie Anderson, Jill Bruner, Darcy Earley, Barbara Fulara, Brian Green, Nick Hanck, Bettyann Harrison, Kayleen Haslam, Karen Klopcic, Rob Malerk, Josiah Martin, Kathy Martin, Carolyn Neuhalfen, Robert Peterlin, Gina Puck and Jessica Strouss. Barbara Fulara is the NHS sponsor.

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