NJHS Induction Ceremony 2022

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River Wecks, Section Reporter

Recently, on April 12th NJHS (National Junior Honor Society) had their induction ceremony in Fremont’s cafeteria/ multi-purpose room. One of this year’s new inductees, Andrew, said, “It felt really nice, I’m glad I had the opportunity to join, and I hope that people keep their grades up so they can also get the opportunity to join too.” 

To start off the ceremony Mr. Hughes and Ms. Chasteen said a few words, followed by 8th grade members. 8th graders Addison Reneau, Olivia Mecham, Sadie Bentea, Abigail Hinerman, Madison Hoschouer, and Bailey Wilcox each spoke about what each candle represents. The five candles represented scholarship, citizenship, service, leadership, and character. They then inducted all the new inductees who got a certificate, signed a book, and lit a candle. After joining, NJHS students get together once a month for a group meeting, and they do volunteer work to help our community.