Pictured are, from the left, first row: Jamie Gluckle, Amanda Domachowski, Megan Adams, Mandilyn Weaver, Brady Forsythe, Dylan Lauck, Hallie Smith and Micah Stoner; second row: Macie Campbell, Emily Hollar, Jocelynn Kennaw, Madison Bahan, Madison Casto, Brandon LaRoche and Bella Kauffman; and third row: Audrey McGill, Gabrielle Williams, Naomi McGill, Alison Gault and Aubrey Williams. New members not pictured are Owen Johnson, Isaac Reames and Logan Saylor. (WEST LIBERTY-SALEM PHOTO)
The West Liberty-Salem High School Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 23 new members during a ceremony Dec. 14 at the high school cafetorium. This group included one senior and 22 juniors.
Hayden Phillips presided as Master of Ceremony under the theme of “Let’s Glow Together.” Despite changes to this year’s ceremony, traditions were kept intact, including the reading of the four NHS core values. Historian Kienna Whitman led with leadership, Vice President Noah Cline presented scholarship, Secretary Trinity Perkins continued with service and Parliamentarian Garrett Richardson concluded with character.
Member Selena Weaver called each inductee forward as member Maria Henderson handed each their certificate and member Andrew Stoner placed the chords on the inductees. Co-President Joshua Spinner lead the group in the NHS pledge.
Art teacher June Seymour also created a gold masks for the juniors and blue masks for the seniors for the ceremony.