Written by Publisher, Wakulla.com Tuesday, 26 May 2009 21:06
Wakulla Middle School Inducts New National Junior Honor Society Members
Wakulla Middle School held its National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony on the evening of Tuesday, May 19, 2009, inducting 56 seventh graders and two eighth graders into the school's chapter. Students received official certificates from NJHS Sponsor Karen Amison and WMS Principal Jo Anne Daniels after participating in the traditional candle-lighting ceremony.
NJHS President Mitchell Darnell led the attendees in the Pledge of Allegiance, then the remaining five NJHS officers each took turns lighting colored candles to begin the event. Vice-President Savanna Harris lit the candle representing "Scholarship"; Secretary Brittany Evans lit the candle representing "Citizenship"; Treasurer Katelyn Furnish lit the candle representing "Service";Parliamentarian Caleb Weaver lit the candle representing "Leadership"; and Historian MacKenzie Butler lit the final candle representing "Character".
Each prospective new NJHS member was then called up to the stage to light their own candle, thus receiving entrance into the WMS NJHS Chapter.
New seventh grade members are:
|Elizabeth Goble||Ryan Graddy
||Madison Harris||Alex Hester
||Diwata Thomas||Amie Tindal
||Hunter Tondee||Annalise Torres
New eighth grade members are:
Congratulations to all the new Wakulla Middle School National Junior Honor Society members!
This information originally published on May 27, 2009.
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