Science National Honor Society Inducts First Members

Beth Ellis, Staff Writer

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The newly formed Science National Honor Society inducted their first members to the society on Wednesday, January 16. The ceremony began with the presentation of colors and Pledge of Allegiance by Menchville’s JROTC class, followed by a brief welcome from Mrs. Rhonda Taylor and Menchville’s principal, Bobby Surry. Dr. Rodney Culverhouse, who is a Secondary Science Supervisor, shared his perspective on science as a guest speaker before the inductees were called.

The following students were welcomed as the first new members of the Menchville chapter of the Science National Honor Society:

Charlotte Acker

Emmeline Batcha

Kenna Brown

John Cho

Yoon-Ah Cho

Jacob Cirrincione

Christiane Clark

Grace Clugston

Rebecca Cody

Heather Crum

Hannah Dahl

Caitlyn Davis

Connor DeWall

Zachary Ellis

Jessica Eanes

Sophie Gere

Alana Green

Susan Grube

Isabella Heller

Ashlyn Herring

Charles Ippolito

Emma Janney

Taylor Jury

Alyssa Lambert

Laura Madler

Kaylie Manglicmot

Ana Martinez

Riley Maynard

Julie McCullough

John Meier

Matthew Meier

Megan Melzer

Morgan Merritt

Claire Morello

Sharon Namkung

Kathryn Nunez

Alexia Parker

Grace Pradhan

Liliana Ramirez

Katarina Redekop

Karan Singh

Jazsmein Singleton

Mohummed Taha

Christopher von Schmidt-Pauli

Alexis (Jax) Warner

Luke Wilson

Cole Younger

Following the induction of the members, four of the new inductees made a speech about the four main components of science and their own experiences: curiosity, failure, perseverance, and discovery. Karan Singh delivered the speech about curiosity, followed by Hannah Dahl with failure, Christopher von Schmidt-Pauli with perseverance, and Kaylie Manglicmot with discovery.

Once the speeches ended, the inductees lined up at the front of the auditorium for the traditional pledge and candle lighting ceremony, where the inductees officially became members of the society. Mrs. Tina White ended the ceremony with words of hope for the new members, and families gathered in Cafeteria 1 for a short reception with cake and donuts, where many new members gathered to take pictures with their friends and families.

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