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Natalie Rebetsky

Left to Right: Madeline Wodaski, Ryan Stark, J.D. Ensor, Kasal Smaha, Evan Avila, Sarah Zetts, Sydney Clark and Grace Yingling

Class of 2016: Poetry on the sidewalk NEHS seniors mark 32 days in chalk

The National English Honor Society seniors celebrate 32 days left with poetry. On April 6, NEHS members gathered after school for the annual Poetry on the Sidewalk event to kick off April’s National Poetry Month.  The seniors posed for their countdown picture.

President, Ryan Stark, will be attending University of Virginia or College Park this fall to study English and computer science. He might even go to law school after that. “I will miss Mock Trial team because we did really well, and I’ll miss excelling at something I like so much.”

Sarah Zetts will be attending Frederick Community College this fall. She’ll miss the volleyball team the most. “Everyone is my best friend on the team.”

Evan Avila will be attending University of Maryland, Baltimore City on a full ride. He will be studying economics. He’ll miss Key club. “I love community service with my classmates and friends.”

Sydney Clark will attending Hollins University, a women’s college in Virginia. She’ll be studying applied mathematics because she wants to be a financial adviser. She said, “I am going to miss my teachers.”

Grace Yingling has loved animals since she was a child.  She plans to good to FCC and then transfer to University of Maryland to study animal science.

Maceline Wodaski is in three honor societies and will be attending George Washington University to study International Relations.  Her first full year will be in Paris, France.  She is fortunate to have studied five years of French at LHS.  She will miss the chorus, and especially Mr. Damon Dye, the choral instructor.

Kasal Smaha wants to work for the State Department and even sees himself in a post-career job as a social studies teacher.  He will miss high school because he says, “In high school I have enjoyed independence without responsibilities.”

J.D. Ensor is attending American University’s School of Public Affairs.  He said, “I am going to miss my social studies teachers and Mr. Kehne.  When I was in 8th grade and I came to the elective fair, Mr. Kehne was really nice, and I liked him ever since.

The club has accomplished many things this year like, a  induction ceremony, spelling bee, pen pals, poetry on the sidewalk, tutoring and writing pieces that have won contests. This year NEHS has 44 graduating seniors.

Visit the NEHS website for more information.

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