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On Thursday, February 6 family and friends gathered at Mispillion Elementary School for the induction of fourteen students into the Mispillion chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS). Each new member of the NEHS earned the honor of being accepted by the effective demonstration of the qualities held in high esteem by society including responsibility, service, scholarship and leadership.

The leadership of the Mispillion chapter lit a candle to represent the mission of the organization as they talked about the four qualities. President Charli Cortright spoke about responsibilty, Vice President Krystal Robinson about service, Secretary McKenzie Crew about scholarship and Treasurer, Zach Stutzman on leadership.

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Mispillion’s school counselor Elizabeth Luff, introduced each of the candidates who demonstrated that they possess the qualities set forth by the Society. They signed the official book and received their awards from Mispilion Elementary Principal Mrs. Donahue and forth grade teacher Mrs. Sharp.

Fourth grade inductees included Diamond Carmona, Shelby Meredith, Hunter Crew, Kenneth Morris, Ravyn Hall, Sydney Rochester, Alexandria Herber, Wyatt Skinner, Stephen Layton, Mystery Villa, Nicholas Letthand and Chanyha Wise. Fifth grade inductees included Emily Boyer and Hali Sapp.

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