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N.J.H.S Ceremony

Brie Murphy

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Brie Murphy, Staff

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On Tuesday, February 7th there was an induction ceremony for all the people who were chosen for National Junior Honor Society (N.J.H.S.).

You may need a boost from someone, and later you should help someone else up, Mr. Sheffield said in his speech.

In order to be invited the student must have a 3.7 grade average and A’s and B’s in work habits. Students must fill out an application with 2 teacher recommendations.

“My favorite part was Mr. Sheffield’s story because it relates to life and was very inspirational,” Eve Koester said about the ceremony.

N.J.H.S. is a club that honors students for showing citizenship, leadership, scholarship,  character and service.

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