Easton Middle Students Receive National Junior Honor Society Achievement Awards

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The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) Outstanding Achievement Award recognizes 500 NJHS members each year with a $500 529 college savings account managed by Oppenheimer Funds. Students are nominated by their NJHS adviser with approval by the school principal.

Winners are selected based on academic, service and leadership accomplishments, as well as their demonstration of good character and citizenship.  Six Easton Middle School 8th graders were chosen for the award this year and were recognized at the school’s year-end awards assembly.  This year’s winners are Haley Nestel, Mikayla Moaney, Katherine Chapple, Eric Milhollan, Caroline Compton, and Molly Johnson.

“It is wonderful to see these deserving students recognized by NJHS for their outstanding achievements,” said Dr. Norby Lee, Principal of Easton Middle School.  “This is also a great way to encourage students to begin focusing on their college and career goals as they transition to high school.”

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