National Honor Society Inducts New Members

Thursday, April 1, 2021
Eleven students were inducted into the MMCRU High School National Honor Society based on their high achievement of Leadership, Character, Service, and Scholarship. The speaker this year was Renea Ogren who inspired and challenged the students to keep pursuing and being examples of the four NHS characteristics. New members of the MMCRU High School National Honor Society are, Front row, from left: Isabelle Olson, Kirsten Letsche, Asya Miller, Rachael Beelner, and Keegan Stevens. Back row, from left: Autum Bonnstetter, Brayden Dirks, Hannah Neddermeyer, Kaden Neddermeyer, Regan Peters, and Brett Staab.
(Photo by MMCRU HS Journalism)

On March 16, MMCRU High School held their induction ceremony for the National Honor Society (NHS). To get in to the NHS, you have to fill out an application and the committee gets together and reviews it. The committee looks at your scholarship, service, leadership, and character. If you meet all these criteria you are able to be accepted into the national organization.

To get an application your scholarship has to be a 3.0 grade point average or higher along with encouraging others to do well in school, while having a positive attitude. Service is also involved and it gives you the desire to help others. Some of the things you can do is volunteer at places. Being on the NHS it is very important that you are a leader and this way you can show and guide others. Lastly, character has many great qualifications. Some examples are perseverance, respect, integrity, honesty, sacrifice, and the list could keep going. All these qualities demonstrate how people in the NHS conduct themselves

The new students who got inducted into the NHS were Rachael Beelner, Autum Bonnstetter, Brayden Dirks, Kirsten Letsche, Asya Miller, Hannah Neddermeyer, Kaden Neddermeyer, Isabelle Olson, Regan Peters, Brett Staab, and Keegan Stevens.