Delta Vision Home and Community Program recently met the strict guidelines needed to become the newest chapter of the National Honor Society. Delta Vision principal Caryn Braddy feels good about her school's participation in the program.
"To establish a National Honor Society Chapter is a great accomplishment for any school, and we are excited for this new opportunity for our learners. This new chapter of the NHS allows us to honor the learners who work hard every day to exhibit the characteristics and meet the academic requirements valued by the NHS."
National Honor Society inductees must exhibit scholarship, leadership, service and character. Dan Westesen, chapter advisor, stated at the first induction ceremony, "Throughout the year, members of our chapter serve as role models for other students. In addition to the strong academic records which established our eligibility for membership, our chapter members are leaders in many student organizations and we serve our school and community through many activities including student task force and other various volunteer positions throughout our community. We are proud of this record of accomplishment and welcome these new members who bring new energy in support of our continuing work as NHS members."
As part of the ceremony, board of stewards member Julie Mulford spoke to the inductees reminding them, "Character is who you are, what you become and what defines you. Knowledge is the key to success."
Students from the Delta Vision Home and Community Program inducted into the National Honor Society this year are Caeden Quist, Lauren McCay, Jeremiah Baier and Reilly Quist.blog comments powered by Disqus