Albion inducts new members into Junior High NHS
ALBION – The National Junior Honor Society welcomed 22 seventh graders as new members on Wednesday and recognized current eighth grade students in the NHS.
Mrs. Castricone, the NJHS advisor, commended current members for their commitment to service. In total, NJHS members performed 470 hours of service in school and their community. They rang bells for Salvation Army, participated in Christmas caroling, tutored elementary school students and provided service in local churches.
Several current members were recognized with service pins. To receive a service pin a member must perform 25 or more hours of community service and turn in signed reports by their supervisor. These students are: Nicholas Andrews, Natalie Bertsch, Clara Bolton, Hailey Crawford, Dallas Ecker, Amari Jones, Javon Jones, Vincent Molisani, Audrey Pask, Corleone Plain and Andrew Uderitz.
Sixth grade English teacher, Mrs. Bonnie Baldwin, was the guest speaker. She congratulated the students on their hard work and dedication. She told them every person has a story to tell and the potential to make their mark on others.