• national junior honor society

    Penn’s Grove School held an induction ceremony for its chapter of National Junior Honor Society, with 49 seventh and eighth grade students taking the pledge for the 2018-19 school year.

    Founded in 1929 by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, National Junior Honor Society is an international organization for students in grades six through nine, with chapters in the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada. To be considered for the honor of membership, applicants must reach the five standards which include leadership, citizenship, character, service, and scholarship. Applicants must have completed five or more hours of community service to qualify for membership.

    The 2018-19 members of National Junior Honor Society are (in alphabetical order) Elizabeth Arthur, Makayla Brooks, Sarah Brown, Erin Chapmond, Mackenzie Clark, Madalein Clay, Shelby Dawson, Siena DiFrancesco, Jordan DiNapoli, Elizabeth Evans-Ralston, Riley Fitzgerald, Keegan Hannon, Alexa Harris, Emily Horton, Cara Hotchkiss, Alexandra Intonato, Ella Jones, Guadalupe Juarez Zavala, Julia Kahn, Trent Keenan, Zachary Keenan, Emma Keiser, Makenzie Lane, Christopher Latsch, Sophia Lentz, Jessica Lester, Brandee Levinsky, Lily MacNeil, Veronica Markussen, Natalie Meixell, Natalie Morlang, Kara Phelan, Sarah Potter, Tanner Repetto, Ashley Reynolds, Matthew Rinehimer, Caroline Roe, Jake Ross, Emma Russell, Luke Schoessler, Emma Sebastiani, Katlyn Sedlak, Michael Stefanosky, Ryan Steinmetz, Benjamin Towers, Sydney Troutman, Olivia Voss, Alyssa Welhaf and Clare Yesilonis.