APW Inducts Nine Into NJHS

PARISH – Nine Altmar-Parish-Williamstown Central School District students were recently recognized for their excellence in the areas of academics and beyond during a recent National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony.

APW Central School District recently inducted nine students to its chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. The inductees prepare to take their oath during the ceremony.
APW Central School District recently inducted nine students to its chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. The inductees prepare to take their oath during the ceremony.

High School Principal Michelle Crisafulli and NJHS adviser Delaine Trexler welcomed the new members, and discussed the importance of the occasion.

“This is a really amazing achievement, and I’m not even sure if you’re aware of that yet,” said Crisafulli. “I know your parents are really excited and proud of you, so please don’t go home tonight without thanking them for supporting you every step of the way.”

To be selected to NJHS, students not only have to have quality academic credentials, but must also display excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, character and citizenship.

The following students took the NJHS oath and entered into the prestigious group: Amra Causivic, Jacob Smith, Jocelyn Zender, Amelia Auringer, Miranda Hamilton, Alayna Ruffos, Abigail Skellington-Bice, Sydney Townsend and Kathryn Trumble.