National English Honor Society inducts 31 new members: Photo of the Day 10/26/2017


New National English Honor Society officers

by Yesenia Montenegro, Reporter

The National English Honor Society held their annual induction ceremony on Wednesday, October 25th at 7:00 PM. Thirty-one students were inducted into the group.

Inductees pledged to advance in their study of English and to keep their guiding motto, “Duty goes with Honor, in mind.

Mrs. Natalie Rebetsky, NEHS adviser, opened the ceremony by reciting a quote by Karl Menninger. She then proceeded to talk about National Unity Day, October 25, and challenged members to “Let your voice inspire someone else to do what is good and right.  Let your voice be powerful to make change.”

Each officer took turns speaking about events that will take place this year, such as a movie night, game night, scavenger hunt and potluck dinner. The inductees walked across the stage to receive their certificate as the officers read their biographies.

Bridget Murphy, a new member and part of the Class of 2018 said, “It was a great experience to get inducted for the NEHS because I’ve never been inducted into anything before. Language Arts is really important to me so it was nice to get recognized for it.”

This years officers are:

  • President: Haley Barge
  • Vice President: Rosie Tilmont
  • Membership Secretary: Hannah Haught
  • Corresponding Secretary: Brenna Lindsay
  • Historian: Kelsey Ward
  • Treasurer: Mallory Safsten

Class of 2018 inductees are Lucas Arrington, Devin Barge , Cailyn Barthlow, Megan Bonham, Logan Breidenstein, Katie Constantine, Rozmia Fattah, Abigail Hrabowski, Sophie Kirschner, Hannah Lemen, Bridget Murphy, Hailey Nell, Lily Tate, and  Anneliese Young.

Class of 2019 inductees are Nadia Appiah, Rachel Biddinger , Jacob Bolger, Sarah Buckley, Beau Cameron, Caitlyn Cook, Gunnar Eklund, Olivia Hiltke, Alex Ismael, Eleanor Miley, Rachel Morin, Nicole Muller, Emily Reed, Savannah Sitler, Shelby Tkacik, Austin Wilhelm, and Emily Wolfe.

Only juniors and seniors are able to join the Honor Society. Students must have a cumulative average of a 3.0 GPA or higher and all A’s and B’s in their English classes. They must demonstrate enthusiasm for language arts.

Anyone who has already been inducted and wants to maintain membership must enter a yearly writing contest or scholarship, complete two hours of tutoring and attend six hours of activities with the club.

Club activities are open to all students.  Visit the Linganore NEHS website to learn more about writing opportunities and activities.  Those seeking membership in the future should plan to join activities to build a resume of enthusiasm in language arts.