Clay HS National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2018





Clay Junior-Senior High School held its National Honor Society Induction on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, in the high school cafetorium.  Sixteen new students were inducted into Clay’s National Honor Society.

The new members inducted were Skylar Artis, daughter of Scott and Missy Artis; Sophia Balestra, daughter of Brenden and Rachel Balestra; Sydney Barney, daughter of Jody and Matt Barney of Rosemount; Ashtyn Brown, daughter of Sarah and Gabe Brown; Lila Brown, daughter of Erica and Jason Willis of Rosemount and Eric Brown of Hawaii; Elisa Collins, Gene and Marie Collins of Portsmouth; Darby Garrett, daughter of Ted and Lisa Garrett of Rosemount; Calvin Gerard, son of Chris and Amy Gerard of Rosemount and Bill and Angela Ridenour of Lucasville; Delanie Gilliland, daughter of Craig and Melanie Gilliland of Rosemount; Alexandrya Musser, daughter of Eric Musser and Anna Green of Portsmouth; Madison Nigh, daughter of Andrea Nigh and David McCroskey of Rosemount; Tyler Phillips, son of Mike and Lisa Phillips of Rosemount; Shaelyn Vassar, daughter of Scott and Teresa Vassar of Rosemount; Jensen Warnock, daughter of Todd and Julie Warnock of Rosemount; Cassidy Wells, daughter of Susan Runyon of Portsmouth; and Sarah Widdowson, daughter of Eric and Amy Widdowson of Rosemount.

The current NHS members included Hunnter Adams, Hunter Armstrong, Alicia Bobst, Grant Cayton, Keith Cottle, Bethany Flannery, Savannah Moore, Abigail Osborn, Regan Nicole Osborn, Sydney Osborn, Jacob Wellman, Samantha Willis.

The speaker for the afternoon’s ceremony was Mrs. Amana Spriggs-Rhea.  She was inducted into the CHS National Honor Society in 1999 and was the co-valedictorian of her 2000 Clay HS graduating class.  She graduated in 2004 from Miami University (Business) and 2009 from Central Michigan University (Business Administration). She works for Wastren Advantage Incorporated in Piketon.

Members of the chapter are selected based on the criteria of character, leadership, scholarship, and service; and members must have a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to be considered.  Members are involved in many activities and service projects throughout the year.  The advisor for the Clay National Honor Society is Mr. Mark Rose. 

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