New members inducted to the National Honor Society

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National Honor Society recognizes the academic, service and leadership achievements of juniors and seniors. On Nov. 11, the Northwest High School National Honor Society chapter had its induction for the year.

The induction started off in the auditorium and after all the students were inducted, everyone headed to the media center for some refreshments like cake, cookies and grapes. Many of the inductee’s parents and grandparents came in support of the students.

Before the induction, the officers of the Northwest National Honor Society prepared with the help of the advisers math teacher Rhonda Hudson and Spanish teacher Gwen Stencler.

“We ran through the scripts and adjusted them to fit the circumstance,” senior and NHS president Rami Bikdash said. “I think it went great. A lot of people stayed for the socializing after the event which is good because we want to be a community organization.”

The induction started at 4 p.m. and ended before 5 p.m.

“It was very efficient and done well in a timely fashion,” junior and new inductee Elizabeth Weidl said.

Looking back at the induction last year, National Honor Society member and senior Tyler Rhyne saw some differences on how the induction went.

“It was very well run this year compared to last year,” Rhyne said. “It seemed very smooth and quick.”

Many new inductees liked how the induction was done very quickly.

“We were able to do three hours worth of things in about 30 minutes,” junior Ahmad Al-Qaq said.

As a new year of service for the National Honor Society comes to a start, the new inductees are excited to join the organization known for scholarship, leadership, service and character.

“I’m very excited to be in NHS because it shows my leadership skills,” Al-Qaq said.

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