Port Clinton High School National Honor Society recently held its Induction Ceremony in the Performing Arts Center. The following new members who met the membership criteria and were inducted included: Summer Butler, Morgan Delhees, Lydia Roberts, Edward Fick, Connor Earnest, Samuel Roberts, Bryce James, Quinn Felbinger, Payton Schimming, Camiah Baker, Alena Guerra, Ian Schurdell, Camille Baker, Will Hartlaub, Kylee Slauterbeck, Corrine Baker, Aiden Haynes, Olivia Spencer, Emily Boykin, Amelia Honeycutt, Brooklynn Starkey, Piper Capodice, Alexa Kolodziejczyk, Kayden Thebeau, Kerynn Christiansen, Gabriel Koskela, Lyndsay Tusen, Jeremy Cook, Dylan Lukac, Jessica Waddell, Josh Cornell, Ryan Madison, Dre Wallace, and Cheyenne Whitaker.
Julie St. Leger, PCHS Teacher, was the guest speaker and Patrick Adkins, Superintendent of Schools, gave the closing remarks.
New inductees join previous members, including: Joseph Apple, Anna Hittepole, Kamdyn Periat, Giavanna Astley, Max Lucas, Mya Reeves, Jackson Beasley, Lily Lucero, Evelyn Schleappi, Nora Bodie, Chase Marlatt, Kaylie Simpson, Abigail Cuevas, Miranda McDougall, Alexa Taylor, Arleigh Dackermann, Emily Menningen, Madison Wiechman, Amelia Finn, Carson Miller, Landon Witte, and Aubrey Haghiri. NHS officers are President Cameron Schmitt, Secretary Reagan Ruthsatz, Treasurer Bella Cuevas, and Publicity Gladys Wiechman.
National Honor Society at PCHS plans and participates in a number of projects throughout the year including: Adopt-a-Road, Salvation Army Bell Ringing, CAP Day, Breakfast with the Arts, Reading with Santa, and the High School Talent Show.
The NHS makes the following donations: Help students in need; Books to every Kindergarten student; and stuffed animals for the children at Magruder Hospital. Kathy Miller is Port Clinton High School’s National Honor Society Advisor.