Students inducted into the NTHS

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Scott Regional Technology Center students prepared for induction into the National Technical Honor Society on April 2. Murray Bishoff/Cassville Democrat

85 Scott Tech students named to national honor

A total of 85 students attending the Scott Regional Technology Center from 14 schools were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on April 1.

Certificates were presented by Scott Tech Director David Miller and faculty members Betsy Anderson and Janet Reppert, NTHS faculty advisor. The 14 two-year members of the chapter led the induction, reading the meaning of the symbolic candles lit during the ceremony, including knowledge, skill and honesty, service and responsibility, scholarship, citizenship and leadership.

Students accepted into the National Technical Honor Society had to demonstrate academic achievement, technical proficiency and standards of character. Students will receive decorations to wear with their graduation gowns as NTHS members.

The chapter inducted the following students, grouped by their schools:

Cassville: Cory Johnson, Levi Ruark, Madyson Greene, Leona Evans, Donald Snow, Areli Reyes and Allison Williams.

Exeter: Katie Peck, Emily Wiseley, Kitana Gregory, Bailey Lyons and Nathan Denayer.

Southwest: Skyler Boxley, Tyler Boxley, Corey Stanley, Christopher Craig, Colton Pippin, Marcella Richardson, Matthew Young and Valerie McKeever.

Wheaton: Amanda Munday.

Purdy: Jazmine Rodriguez.

Other schools with inductees included Monett, Pierce City, Verona, Mt. Vernon, Aurora, Miller, Marionville and Crane.

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