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Hannibal High School Welcomes National Honor Society Inductees

Hannibal High School National Honor Society welcomed 16 new inductees recently.

Hannibal High School student Sydney Walover lights her candle symbolizing her new membership into the National Honor Society.
Hannibal High School student Sydney Walover lights her candle symbolizing her new membership into the National Honor Society.

The selection process began back in October when students with a weighted average of at least a 90% from their freshmen and sophomore years were invited to complete an application for induction into the honor society. After applications were received, a faculty committee was formed to review the applications and assess the student’s demonstration service, character, citizenship and leadership.

Members of the national honor society participate in service projects throughout the year, including coordinating the school’s yearly blood drives, delivering Christmas boxes to local families and working at the yearly Hannibal Christmas Bureau Carnival. Each member is also required to complete an individual community service project.

In congratulating the students on their achievement, Superintendent Donna Fountain said, “Always strive to be an individual of great character who seeks to gain knowledge and make the world a better place for all of us.”

12th grade new inductees were: Jordyn Fradenburgh, Bailey Milliken, Lynsey Fowler and Rebekah Mills. 11th grade new inductees were: Austin Baker, Keri Blainey, Tayler Dence, Blake Farnham, Kali Foss, Shane Guernsey, Kassandra Jones, Olivia Mann, Megan Norris, Katherine Thompson, Josyln Utter and Sydney Waloven.