Easton High School Students are Inducted into National Latin Honor Society

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A ceremony was held at Easton High School to induct 22 new members into the school’s chapter of the National Latin Honor Society (NLHS). NLHS membership is granted to students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and citizenship in Latin class.

The program included a welcome by NLHS Vice President Natasha Panduwawala, and an introduction by President Mitchell Lantz. The Guest Speaker was Easton High Alumna Jackie Royer, who now works for EAG Laboratories/Wildlife International. Ms. Royer explained to the students that she had always loved Science, but that studying Latin both helped her succeed in her field and inspired her to be a life-long learner in general.

The Induction Speech was given by Mrs. Inna Kunz, NLHS Advisor. The inductees and officers recited the National Junior Classical League Creed, vowing to “hand on the torch of classical civilization in the modern world,” to uphold the standards of achievement of NLHS, and to continue to strive for excellence. “I am excited for a new batch of students to continue increasing the Latin Honor Society’s positive impact on the community, and I can’t wait for another year of helping and learning. Excelsior!” said Mrs. Kunz.

2018 Inductees:

Katherine Chapple
Madison Cordle
Jared DeGuzman
Maci Dixon
Phoebe Fisher
Scott Harrison
Billy Haufe
Garrid Hutchison
Caroline Kilbourne
Haley McMaster
Mikayla Moaney
Bryan Moran Iztep **
Charles Mueller
James Parkinson
Colleen Pogue

Alexis Reyes **
Josiah Sanders
Catherine Sauter
Jack Stinson
Meredith Strickland
Marco Verteramo
Raffaele Verteramo

Previously Inducted Members:

Susanna Bruce
Sabrina Davis
Claire Dowd
Justin Hanna
Jackson Hutchison
Matthew Langfitt
Mitchell Lantz
Natasha Pandwawala
Heather Principe
Michael Rahilly
Emily Redmond
Natalie Ross
Kathryn Spofford
Kaitlyn Tilley
Alison Todd

** Not Pictured

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