WILMINGTON — Wilmington Middle School hosted the National Junior Honor Society Induction ceremony on Tuesday.
The ceremony was hosted by student officers: Lauren Diels, Co-President; SaraWeller, Co-President; Carissa Preston, Vice President; and Abi Early, Secretary.
The evening honored the current new members of the NJHS by reflecting on the meaning of service, leadership, scholarship and character.
Wilmington Middle School teacher and advisor Holly Young shared, “The WMS ‘Linda Floyd’ Chapter of NJHS students are great leaders and positive role models for our school and community. I am proud and honored to celebrate their accomplishments.”
Linda Floyd, who retired from her dedicated service to Wilmington, was in attendance to honor the WMS students
The new members are:
Kyla Adams, Kalynn Allbright, Taryn Allen, Colton Anderson, Ben Anjelica, Janelle Capehart, Teegan Craycraft, Adessa Davidson, Makenna Dorsch, Mollie Edison, Kara Ellis, Izzy Ewing, Lexi Fisher, Emily Goodwin, Kyanna Hagen, Hunter Holbert, De’Ja Holley, Aunestie Hudson, Annie Maher, Allie Martin, Andrew McCray, Morgan Mertz, Brady Mullins, Alexis Murphy, Ali Nance, Miya Nance, Gabby Newkirk, Marley Patterson, Alanna Puckett, Josiah Puller, Anthony Puz-Siquinajay, Xavier Quallen, Brody Reynolds, Izzy Rhoads, Abby Spradlin, Landon Thiel, Michala Welch, Shaylyn Williams, and Holden Wulff.
Lucy Butcher, Charlie Hile, Lilly Keniston, Samarra Crawford, and Brady Tolliver.