New JHS Honor Society Members Inducted
JAMESTOWN, N.Y. – Jamestown High School recently held its annual Induction Ceremony for the Jamestown Chapter of the National Honor Society this week with 52 new inductees.
The ceremony included the JHS tradition of teachers introducing each candidate along with the lighting of the scholarship candle for representing scholarship, service, leadership and character, and the Honor Society poem and pledge.
“We’re so proud of these students,” said Dana Williams, JHS principal. “Their commitment to their academics, school, and community activities is what makes them excellent representatives of Jamestown High School.”
New members include:
Senior Candidates: Lily Camarata, Emma Higbee, Kollon Knisley, Brandon Lobb, Colin Melendez, and Evan Sharpe.
Junior Candidates: June Arruabarrena, Carsen Bane, Aquila Becker, Rhiannon Bogardus, Noah Burch, Alyson Canfield, Kenzie Carpenter, Liam Caswell, Owen Caswell, Jack Christensen, Anne Conroe, Jessah-Marie Courson, Gabriella Demorest, Abbie Derby, Max Digirolamo, Stefano Isabella, Cole Joly, Tatiana Karash, Kaitlyn Kennedy, Elliott Krudys, Allison Latona, Elsa Lumia, Jaidan Lutgen, Sydney Maggio, Logan McIntosh, Adrianna McSkimming, Abrielle Monaghan, Olivia Olmstead, Jack Harris Osborne, Ella Propheter, Karlee Rock, Jazmyn Rollinger-Norrod, Kaylin Russell, Avery Salvaggio, McKenna Schneider, Ruby Schneider, Stavros Singleton, Owen Slojkowski, Zaporah Sparrow, Mattea Spitzer, Gracelyn Stevenson, Kacie Stofko LeBaron, Ella Storms, Lucas Torres-Carvella, Kelianet Torres Marrero, and Alivia Wofford.
To be eligible for membership consideration, students had a weighted cumulative grade point average of 96.0%, or an unweighted average of 91.0%. Additionally, potential members had to meet high standards of leadership, service, and character. The Faculty Council evaluates members of the junior and senior classes. Leadership is based on the student’s participation in two or more community and school activities, or election to an office. To meet the service requirement, the student must have been active in three or more service projects in the school or community. Character is measured in terms of integrity, behavior, ethics, and cooperation with both students and faculty.