2013-04-25 / Top News

HMB National Honor Society inductees



Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School hosted their National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on April 12 in the school theatre room. Mrs. Dykema, Mr. Dick, Mr. Scherbenske and Bridgette Gullickson congratulated the students on their accomplishments. Theodore Naaden and Hannah Jangula, current members, spoke on the four foundations of the program—scholarship, service, leadership and character. Pictured, left to right, are Mrs. Dykema, Theodore Naaden, Hannah Jangula and new Honor Society inductees Logan Carpenter, Jessica Kleinsasser, Maria Shea and Andrew Small. The new National Honor Society members have excelled for the past three years not only in their academics but also by volunteering and being involved in their community, being honorable examples to their peers and showing integrity at school. They were selected to be inducted into the society by a committee made up of teachers and parents. Hazelton-Moffit-Braddock High School hosted their National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on April 12 in the school theatre room. Mrs. Dykema, Mr. Dick, Mr. Scherbenske and Bridgette Gullickson congratulated the students on their accomplishments. Theodore Naaden and Hannah Jangula, current members, spoke on the four foundations of the program—scholarship, service, leadership and character. Pictured, left to right, are Mrs. Dykema, Theodore Naaden, Hannah Jangula and new Honor Society inductees Logan Carpenter, Jessica Kleinsasser, Maria Shea and Andrew Small. The new National Honor Society members have excelled for the past three years not only in their academics but also by volunteering and being involved in their community, being honorable examples to their peers and showing integrity at school. They were selected to be inducted into the society by a committee made up of teachers and parents.

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