Johnson County High School students enjoy the spotlight after being recognized by the National Honor Society last month. The 32 students stood out for their exemplary character, service, leadership, and scholarship.
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On April 10, 2019, the families of thirty-two juniors and seniors from Johnson County High School gathered to witness the induction ceremony for the JCHS chapter of the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is one of the most prestigious organizations at Johnson County High School. The Society stands for Character, Service, Leadership, and Scholarship.
The names of the 2019 inductees are Chloe Arnold, Joseph Bilodeau, Ryan Bilodeau, Hannah Brooks, Colleen Conder, Kobe Cox, Brannon Dominguez, Emily Garr, Timothy Grindstaff, Kaitlin Holman, Samara Humphrey, Emily Irizarry, Hazlee Kleine, Michael Lane, Colton Long, Adam Manuel, Nathan Mink, Angel Mullis, Taylor Parsons, Peter Pavusek, Tiffany Price, Emma Robinson, Kimberly Rodriguez, Olivia Scheirer, Sarah Shaw, Dalton Sluder, Sydney Souder, Jaden Tolliver, Sadie Ward, Jisaiah Webster, Zachary Whitehead and Natalie Winters.
Out of these students, five were elected officers for the 2018-2019 school-year:
President: Adam Manuel; Vice President: Sydney Souder; Secretary: Hazlee Kleine; Treasurer: Peter Pavusek, Blood Drive Chairman: Taylor Parsons.