TCHS inducts new members into NHS
TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School has announced that nine juniors and seniors were inducted into the Tell City High School chapter of National Honor Society in a ceremony held Nov. 3 in the school auditorium.
The program was led by NHS officers Sarah Goffinet, president; Klyne Waninger, vice president; Kaylie Miller, secretary; Hana Reed, treasurer; Rachel Woznicki, historian and Jordan Heck, activities director, along with Brad Ramsey, the school’s principal.
TCHS’s National Honor Society is led by Amy Kehl and Nick Weyer and faculty committee members Jeanne Sanders, Renee Thomas, Dan Lacy, Lisa Noble and Shelly Goodrich.
The new inductees are Brian Arnold, Elizabeth Bishop, Rachel Braun, Katie Fuchs, McKenzie Hayes, Charissa Lahee, Hunter Sandage, Haley Ward and Victoria Yuen. National Honor Society is a nationwide organization which recognizes excellence in service, leadership, scholarship and character. Members are required to complete service hours and participate in a group project, as well as maintain a strong academic performance, and continue to display high standards in the areas of character and leadership.
Following the ceremony, refreshments were served in the Red Apple Inn.
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