Ernest Ward Middle National Junior Honor Society Inducts New Members

April 29, 2017

New members were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society during a candlelight ceremony Friday at Ernest Ward Middle School.

The NJHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship and character.

New National Junior Honor Society members at Ernest Ward are: Anna Adams, Larry Allie, Hailie Anderson, John Bashore, Lakyn Bodiford, Hunter Borelli, Kenley Brown, Madeline Brown, Tereasia Burt, Christian Bullington, Naudia Carach, Zachary Carach, Shelby Cotita, Aiana Courtney, Miyhanna Davidson, Casandra Davis, Kaitlin Gafford, Wylder Gibson, Payton Gilchrist, Gracie Godwin, Zane Gurganus, Samantha Hammond, Wesley Hart, Sarah Hetrick, Seham Jacobs, Grayson James, Ethan Kilburn, Clay Kittrell, David Lamb, Taylor Levins, Jaden Lewis, Kileigh Lundy, Madelyn McAnally, Kenzy McLaney, Justin Miller, Torka Mills, Kinzey Powell, Dallon Rackard, Makayla Ramsey, Shelby Rice, Eric Roloph, Kaylee Sawyer, Sarah Sconiers, Madelin Sheedy, Mackenzie Sims, Mia Starns, Matthew Taft, Harley Walker, David Ward, Kailyn Watson and Trevor Wood.

Pictured: New members were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society Friday at Ernest Ward Middle School. photos, click to enlarge.


2 Responses to “Ernest Ward Middle National Junior Honor Society Inducts New Members”

  1. Bobbie Mccormick on April 30th, 2017 3:38 pm

    Congratulations to all.. Yes this is a great accomplishment and great honor. So proud of everyone including my baby girl Madelin Sheedy.

  2. Coach Matt on April 30th, 2017 1:33 pm

    Congratulations to all those inducted, especially my girls! That is a very high accomplishment and an honor. Keep up the good work and always stay focused and dedicated to achieve your goals. Very proud of all of you.

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