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TKHS Inducts 65 Members into National Honor Society

To be eligible for NHS, students must maintain a 3.5 grade point average, complete an application and a written essay. A committee reviews the applicants.
NHS is built on four pillars of character, service, leadership and scholarship.
Current NHS officers conducted the induction ceremony led by Hannah Barton, president, and Tess Scheidel, vice president. Other officers are Emma Shea, secretary and Eden Beyer, treasurer.
The new members were welcomed by high school principal Tony Petersen and NHS adviser Shannon See.
New members inducted include Chloe Adams, Hailey Bivens, Breanna Bonnema, Olivia Branch, Audrey Buehler, Kara Burbridge, Sydney Chambers, Haley Chapin, Ethan Church, Nathaniel Church, Sydney Coffman, Terryn Cross, Carson Denman, Samuel Dickman, Olivia Gaudreau, Stephanie Green, Carly Grummet, Isaiah Guenther, Turner Halle, Daniel Hannapel, Grace Hauschild, Kale Haywood, Madison Hess, Amanda Johanson, Tate Johnson, Zachary Kaiser, Ellena Keener, Brody Keiser, Derrick Kim, Charles Knorr, Carly Kolean, Breanna Lake, Kinsee Lettinga, Abbigail MacDonald, Kathryn Marentette, Lucas McCrath, Kameron McLaughlin, Valerie McNamara, Kaleb Micklatcher, Anna Morgan, Taylor Myers, Kassidy Niles, Stephanie Pitsch, Sarah Possett, Makayla Pranger, Karson Raak, Madison Raymond, Jackson Reed, Shylin Robirds, Raegan Ross, Jack Schneider, Evan Sidebotham, Kasee Snowden, Kaylee Spencer, Olivia Swiderski, Kaleb Sydloski, May-Cee Tait, Rachael Timmerman, Lauren Verlinde, Kylee Vreeland, Jenna Walters, Brinkley Ward, Braydon Zellmer and Delaney Zoet.