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37 WAMS Students Inducted into National Junior Honor Society

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May 05, 2019 | Awards & Celebrations

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WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (MAY 5, 2019) — Thirty-seven Williamsport Area Middle School students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) on Sunday.

The ceremony, held in the middle school auditorium, honored each of the inductees who represent what are known as The Four Pillars — or backbone — of NJHS: scholarship, service, leadership and character.

This year’s inductees are:

  • Emileah Bird
  • Makayla Burkhart
  • Liliana Cox
  • Anna Harstead
  • Jack Heller
  • Alaina Henley
  • Emma Jamison
  • Jett Johnson
  • Jaiden Jones
  • William Pence Kieser
  • Jack Klingler
  • Lisa Lewis
  • Abagail Loudenslager
  • Nathan Lundy
  • Alyssa Marnon
  • Patrick Nardi
  • Kathryn Niklaus
  • Connor Poole
  • Zoey Pophal
  • Hannah Pry
  • Samuel Radulski
  • Alanna Ramos
  • Abbigail Robertson
  • Cayden Robertson
  • Tyler Schneider
  • Kaelyn Sennett
  • Najiyah Smith
  • Kathryn Stea
  • Nina Stroehmann
  • Abigail Stuhldreher
  • Tuesday Ungard
  • Griffin Vollman
  • Lily Wascher
  • Tyler Williamson
  • Ella Wilson
  • Rebekah Wright
  • Abigail Young

This year’s slate of inductees joined the 45 of the 71 members installed last year who have not yet moved on to the high school. Those are:

  • Evan Beiter
  • Elise Berthold
  • Aubrianna Blair
  • Addison Bower
  • Elias Campbell
  • Breanna Chicas
  • Alexandria Chilson
  • Mia Clark
  • John Compton
  • Sophia Crews
  • Sydney Crews
  • Elle Douglass
  • Noah Dunlap
  • Caleb Fausnaught
  • Klair Fausnaught
  • Marcella Fisher
  • Lydia Garverick
  • Kennadi Godfrey
  • Ryan Griffin
  • Lydia Hall
  • Constance Harding
  • Shayna Hauser
  • Landon Hetrick
  • Owen Kaar
  • Sydney Kelley
  • Zachariah Lake
  • Benjamin Manetta
  • Kendall McAnelly
  • Ally McCann
  • Landen Miller
  • Abigail Mundrick
  • Jack Murafka
  • Aviel Myers
  • Madeline Pennings
  • Laila Robertson
  • Shamarya Robinson
  • Elizabeth Ryder
  • Ben Smith
  • Sarah Spring
  • Lauren Trump
  • Rowan Tupper
  • Khia Ungard
  • Lily Whipple
  • Evan Whitford
  • Isaac Young

The program also featured a history of the NJHS, presented by eighth-grade students Marcella Fisher and Rowan Tupper.  Griffin VollmanElla WilsonKaelyn Sennett, and Alyssa Marnon spoke on The Four Pillars, scholarship, leadership, service and character, respectively.  

Seventh-grade student Abigail Young and eighth-grade student Tyler Schneider also spoke, reading from their selected essays.

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