Monday, April 7, 2014

HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL: NJHS takes center stage

Attached are pictures for the National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony at Hoover Middle School on Thursday, April 3.  

There were about 80 seventh- and eighth-grade students inducted. All students have to maintain a 3.5 grade point average as well as have excellent citizenship for at least two consecutive trimesters.  

There were also 15 eighth-grade students receiving their two-year medal.  The students read the NJHS pledge and lit candles to represent the foundation of NJHS.  

Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Kenzie are the NJHS teacher represenitives that organized the entire evening. After the ceremony, families enjoyed a cake and punch reception.  

"It was a proud evening for all involved," said Hoover Principal  Michelle Tocco.

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