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TJES inducts first Honor Society students
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Pictured (from left) top row: Paul Pint, Austin Rabe, Alicia Posada, Hailey Adame, Victoria Cumpian, Isabella Moreno, Rayanna Perez, Jamie Nail, Kaitlyn Gamez, Sheridyn Henkhaus, Dylan Kelly;  middle row: Deanna Byars, Adrian Vasquez, Anastasia Diaz, Jake Arroyos, Clayton Wishert, Natalie Garcia; bottom row: Makayal Rangel, Kiana Rangel, Cassandra Soto, Harley Deal, Mya Rodriguez, Emily Reese, Crystal Portillo, Zelda Salazar and Amidy Moreno.
Contributed photo Pictured (from left) top row: Paul Pint, Austin Rabe, Alicia Posada, Hailey Adame, Victoria Cumpian, Isabella Moreno, Rayanna Perez, Jamie Nail, Kaitlyn Gamez, Sheridyn Henkhaus, Dylan Kelly; middle row: Deanna Byars, Adrian Vasquez, Anastasia Diaz, Jake Arroyos, Clayton Wishert, Natalie Garcia; bottom row: Makayal Rangel, Kiana Rangel, Cassandra Soto, Harley Deal, Mya Rodriguez, Emily Reese, Crystal Portillo, Zelda Salazar and Amidy Moreno.
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Thirty Thomas Jefferson Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders were inducted into the National Elementary Honor Society Thursday evening, Feb. 7. During the ceremony — the first of its kind for the school — the students pledged to achieve the most from their education, to be responsible and enthusiastic, to learn the skills of leadership and to be a role model for their peers.
Bill Clough photo Thirty Thomas Jefferson Elementary School fourth- and fifth-graders were inducted into the National Elementary Honor Society Thursday evening, Feb. 7. During the ceremony — the first of its kind for the school — the students pledged to achieve the most from their education, to be responsible and enthusiastic, to learn the skills of leadership and to be a role model for their peers.
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Dressed to impress, fourth- and fifth-grade students anxiously awaited as their names were called on stage to be inducted into Thomas Jefferson Elementary School’s first National Elementary Honor Society ceremony on the evening of Feb. 7.

Family, friends and faculty members were present to help honor these fine students.

NEHS sponsor Mina Patel said, “We were honored to have the A.C. Jones Honor Society officers help induct our students into this prestigious society.

“Students were selected according to grades and responsibilities they have shown at home, school and in the community. Members are held in high regard and are expected to learn and show great leadership skills.”
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