T-Falls students inducted into NHS

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Twelve Thompson Falls High School students from grades 10 and 11 will be inducted into Blue Hawk Chapter of the National Honor Society during a formal ceremony on Monday, Sept. 17 at the high school.

In order for students to be eligible for the lucrative membership they had to have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better. Their GPA also had to be accompanied by reaching the high standards of leadership, service and character.

To meet the requirements of the leadership, students had to show participation in two or more community or school activities, or an election to office. Service requirements where that a student must have been active in service learning projects within the school or community. Lastly, character requirements were measured in terms of a student’s integrity, behavior, ethics and cooperation with both students and faculty.

TFHS students to be inducted in the National Honor Society are:

Megan Baxter

Jolia Buchanan

Cody Burk

Jody Detlaff

Faith Frields

Sierra Hanks

John Hensley

Justin Morgan

Josey Neesvig

Nathan Ostwald

Gabriella Pallister

Riley Wilson

Erick Melendez

Furthermore, academic letters will also be awarded to students who have painted a GPA of 3.7 or better during the prior school year.

Those students receiving an academic letter are:

Megan Baxter

Jolia Buchanan

Cody Burk

Jody Detlaff

Gage Fuhrman

Sierra Hanks

Justin Morgan

Josey Neesvig

Nathan Ostwald

Gabriella Pallister

Jasmine Pearson

Ryan Battles

Ethan Brown

Luke Dahlke

Kelsey Frank

Jack Jacobson

Erik Melendez

Jake Peterson

Shaylynda Walker-Baird

Nathan Burwig

Melaina Goodman

Brian Henry

Haley Johnson

Nickolas Viera

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