Port Clinton Middle School inducts National Junior Honor Society members

May 28, 2024 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton Middle School National Junior Honor Society members Kenydl Bollinger, Molly Marotta, Berkeley Mizener and Chloe Hatt enjoy the reception following the May 17 induction ceremony.

Port Clinton Middle School (PCMS) inducted a new group of students in the National Junior Honor Society on May 17 at the PCHS Performing Arts Center. PCMS Principal Denny Antonelli welcomed students, parents and special guests.

According to their website, “The National Honor Society (NHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) are the nation’s premier organizations established to recognize outstanding high school and middle level students. More than just an honor roll, NHS and NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character (and Citizenship for NJHS).”

For the induction process, eligible students were asked to write an essay explaining why they would like to be a part of National Junior Honor Society, how they represent the characteristics of National Junior Honor Society and what their future goals are for their lives. The following students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society:

Fleet 6 – Kendyl Bollinger, Micah Cuevas, Kanon Culbert, Olivia Cutcher, Brielle Franks, Asa Gatliff, Xavier Good, Chloe Hatt, Lillian Hildreth, Lillian Jackson, Raymond Jones, Branson Kirk, Ethan Leis, Molly Marotta, Kenleigh Mazur, Ari McDougall, Berkeley Mizener, Brayden Mominee, Briar Mooney, Layla Noble, Shane Nystrom, April Osborne, Penelope Sandvick, Oakley Schierberg, Parker Schimming, Kynleigh Scott, Charlotte Smith, Jaxon Snyder, Miles Taylor, Nolan Verkin, Adrienne Wheeler, Charlee Whiting, Charlie Wiechman, Tristian Woodson and Gavin Zam.

Fleet 7 – Isabella Adkins, Evan Becker, Madison Bowens, Carson Candage, Dean Coppeler, Maxon Fluckinger, Calleigh Fought, Aubrey Friess, Nayellie Fritz, Henry Gabel, Kendyll Hartlaub, Isabella Hill, Katherine Leneghan, Ella Lynd, Avery Madison, Griffin Miller, Susannah Osborne, Dylan Reynolds, Isaac Schaaf, Brynnlee Siefke, Jordyn Snider, Calli St. Clair, Delana Toris, Grace Wadsworth, Alyce Widmer, Micaela Wiechman and Reese Wilson.

Fleet 8 – Kailea Bayer-Janes, Ella Bodi, Joanna Crannick, Ava Goff, Tatum Higgins, Parker Howard, Lyric Jackson, Maya Klimentov, Alaina Koester, Jaelynn Mazur, Abram Sandvick, Alaina Seiser, Dominic Spring, Aiden Szczerbiak, Payton Wadsworth, Conner Wallace, Shantha Weit, Thaddeus Wierzba and Thea Wybensinger.

For more good news from PC Schools visit www.pccsd.net or facebook.com/portclintonschools.

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