ROCKSPRINGS — The Meigs High School National Honor Society recently inducted new members. The induction ceremony took place in Meigs High School’s Larry R. Morrison Gymnasium on Wednesday, April 19.
The ceremony, led by the 2016 members, began with Vice President Raeline Reeves who welcomed over 100 parents, grandparents and other supporters before President Dillion Mahr lit the opening candle representing the light of knowledge. Members Danielle Morris, KJ Tracy, Sky Brown, and Jade Dudding reviewed the four pillars of the organization: scholarship, service, leadership, and character.
Secretary Kendra Robie then introduced the 2016-2017 members: President Dillon Mahr, Vice President Raeline Reeves, Secretary Kendra Robie, Treasurer Gracie Hoffman, and members Layne Acree, Cody Bartrum, Sky Brown, Sarah Curl, Kylie Dillion, Jade Dudding, Abby Eads, Nikki Folmer, Courtney Jones, Jared Kennedy, Lexi King, Megan King, Makya Milhoan, Danielle Morris, Elena Musser, Luke Musser, Dillyn Ohlinger, Devyn Oliver, Jana Robinette, Jake Roush, Jordan Roush, Savannah Smith, KJ Tracy, Abby Watson, Tyler Williams, and Hanna Young.
The following students were inducted into the 2017-2018 National Honor Society with Layne Acree leading the pledge:
Seniors: Bre Colburn, Skyla Coleman, Stephanie Grady, Alex Henson, Keaton Hoffman, Hannah Kennedy, and Cameron Smith.
Juniors: Olivia Davis, Paige Denney, Hope Diehl, Trenton Durst, Tiana Frechette, Nate Gearheart, Mariah Haley, Madison Hendricks, Cole Hoffman, Sydney Kennedy, Rachel Kesterson, Bradley Logan, Morgan Michael, Thelma Morgan, Kaiti Newland, Greg Sheets, Trevor Smith, Bryce Swatzel, and Courtnee Williams.
A reception was held to honor new members and families following the ceremony.
Throughout the school year, the 2016-2017 National Honor Society members participated in monthly Lutheran Mobile Food Pantries, volunteered at Meigs Elementary School’s Fall Fun Festival, helped hide Easter eggs with Kindergarteners, volunteered at Red Cross blood drives and completed over 300 hours of independent community service. The new inductees first community service will take place on May 9 in Middleport.