National Honor Society Chapter inducts 46 new members
April 12, 2012
(L-R front row) Seniors Kaitlyn Cirrincione and Megan M. Sebroski; Juniors Gabriel James Danko, Daniela DeNuzzio, Ashley Mae Emanuel, Leah Grimm, Courtney L. Pirillo, Brenna Nicole Presutti, Kenna Rearick, (second row) Michael Anthony Rocca, Madelyn Smith, Ciara Nicole Ventura, Dan Wagner, Dana Rae Warnock, Meaghan Wilson; Sophomores Jakob Lee Brannen, Micaela I. Cageao, Shannon O'Keefe Cavender, Cali Cimoch, Suzanne A. Collings, (third row) Annette Elphinstone, Adam Forrester, Jennifer Noelle Frantz, Michaela Gennuso, Joshua W. P. Gongloff, Morgan Ann Gorski, Brynn Nicole Hambley, Helen Rose Hines, Kathrine Lynn Holmes, Mersedez Hoover, Kelly Linda Ireland, Areo Nicole Keller, (fourth row) Hannah LaFond, Carissa Lange, Carys LeRoy, Amber J. Liggett, Katie Mihelarakis, Kathryn Pierce, Morgan Judith Ream, Blake Frances Sirko, Ali Stashak, Collier Streitman, Taylor Marie Suznevich, Nicole Zalucky, Chase Zelechowski. (Not pictured: Madison Owings)
MIDLAND – In evening ceremonies in the mainstage theater on Thursday, April 12, two seniors, 13 juniors and 31 sophomores were inducted into the National Honor Society Chapter of the Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School.
CEO Becky Manning welcomed parents and families to the school's sixth annual NHS induction ceremony. Dr. Lawrence Butterini offered the keynote speech; Dr. Lindsay Rodgers, NHS adviser, presented the officers.
Readings and the lighting ceremony were performed by Treasurer Emily Pasquarelli, Vice President Savannah Spratt, Service Coordinator Jane McConnell, and Secretary Katherine Brummitt.
Presentation of pins and certificates was performed by Julie McConnell, president, and NHS Advisers Courtney Keeling and Dr. Rodgers. Principal P.K. Poling offered closing remarks.
About Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School
The Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter School (www.lppacs.org) is a Pennsylvania public school providing a state-approved academic program and pre-professional training for grades 7-12 in music, theater, dance, creative writing, health science arts and media arts. The school enrolls 550 students from 58 surrounding school districts.
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