CHS NHS concludes busy year


Xenia Daily Gazette



CEDARVILLE — Cedarville High School’s National Honor Society has been very busy this school year.

In and outside school grounds, the students who are known for their character, leadership, service, and academic abilities have committed many hours of their lives to others. Running a toiletry drive for the local needy, sewing pillowcases for Dayton Children’s Hospital, and raising funds in order to donate to The Ohio State University cancer research are just a few examples of how involved this group of students gave back to their school and community this past year.

The current NHS senior members organized the annual induction ceremony May 11 in order to announce and welcome the new inductees into the national organization. Former teacher Dustin Hornbeck returned to CHS as the honored guest speaker for the ceremony. Current and new members include Anna Kinsinger (president), Bryan Crossman (vice-president), Macy Bowen (secretary), John Sizer (news reporter), Sam Allex, Carrie Kerr, Natalie Kroger, McKayla Lee, Caitlin Mazelin, Alix Paris, Katrina Tucker, Max Weimer, Katelyn Winter, Mitchel Anderson, Nicole Anderson, Kaitlin Belliveau, Sara Beste, Maddie Bigham, Isabelle Bolender, Austin Brennaman, Abby Camarato, Maddie Church, Mason Cross, Brianna Hanson, Ben Heath, Kayla Helmick, Morgane Jorand, Timothy Kohl, Zach Leitch, Colton Lewis, Noah Myers, Ryanne Rinaldi, Celeste Rucker, Kalley Schulz, Jonah Sheridan, Grace Stevenson, and Jess Whitmore.

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Story courtesy John Sizer, Cedarville National Honor Society news reporter.

Story courtesy John Sizer, Cedarville National Honor Society news reporter.