NJHS recognizes new, leaving members

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Maja Milovanovic

Reciting the NJHS pledge, inductees become official members of the club. “I’m thrilled to be a part of a club that focuses on helping others,” Brenna Epstein said.

The National Junior Honor Society had an induction ceremony on April 21 for its members.
“The ceremony includes new and current members since this year’s members did not get one due to COVID-19,” Jennifer Gardner, club advisor said.
To be accepted into the club, seventh grade students had to have a three point nine or higher GPA, threes and fours in conduct, volunteering experience, and they needed to submit an application.
“When I saw my name on the list, I was so happy because I knew that all my hard work paid off,” Reya Channeth, seventh grade communications major said.
The induction ceremony recognized the club’s incoming and leaving members.
Brenna Epstein, seventh grade theater major said,
“I am excited for the volunteering opportunities and all the memories that I will create in this club.”