Easton Middle School Students Inducted into National Junior Honor Society

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The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) recognizes outstanding middle school students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. The National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) officially established NJHS in 1929, eight years after it founded National Honor Society for high school students.

Students who qualify must submit an application and essay, and are selected based on the five criteria. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and community service.

The current officers of the Easton Middle School Chapter of NJHS are Sarah Chapple, President; Harrison Fike, Vice President; Conner Windsor , Secretary; Ashton Milhollan, Treasurer; Jonathan Storch, Historian.

Ms. Lindsay Stewart, Social Studies Teacher, and Mrs. Christa Jimenez, Special Education Teacher, serve as Advisors for the club.

The 2018 inductees are as follows:

8th Grade
Natalie Englehart
Kaitlin Flaherty
Chiara Kalinski
David Ludwig
Trevor McGowan
Eliana Oneyear
Cole Paradine
Spencer Rada
William Ross
Kaela Weisenborn
Lily Wieland

7th Grade
Carson Allen
Christopher Baynard
Jenna Billings
Erin Boyle
Ian Branic
Sophia Burkhardt
Nathan Butler
Ella Chandler
Taylor Chaney
Cathryne Christopher
Emily Dahlen
Jens Denton
Angelina Duschel
Sophia Ewing
Saige Fenwick
Crystal Ferrer-Hernandez
Courtney Fike
Madeline Frankos
Caleigh Freeman
Cassidy Gavin
Lily Harrison
Madeline Hines
Brooke Howard
Jack Jennings
Nicholas Jones
Louis Lentz
Samantha Mason
Katherine McQuillan
Corinne Mead
Abigail Meadows
Annah Mooney
Alondra Moreno-Santana
Georgia Murdoch
Alexandra Newton
Finnegan O’Neill
Mariana Perez-Ayala
Samuel Pierson
McKenna Pritchett
Caitlin Rahilly
Ethan Rash
Remy Robinson
Karli Saulsbury
Natalie Short
Maddison Spies
Jenna Stein
Jenna Stinson
Jack Townsend
Brian Warner
Kylie Weems

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