Winton Woods Elementary School Students Inducted into National Elementary Honor Society


On October 2, a display of 17 certificates recognized the proud new members of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS). Ecstatic parents, guardians and friends were present at Winton Woods Elementary School for the induction ceremony and to celebrate the new inductees of the prestigious organization. The exciting evening included a reciting of the NEHS pledge as the students were called individually to receive their medals and membership certificates. Each scholar was awarded for excelling academically and modeling exceptional responsible attributes. 


The new NEHS members are Emily Appora, Elizabeth Baker, King Blakey, Nasha Boateng, Mia Canaday, Ruth Chaj Lopez, Trinity Chapman-Davis, Malik Davis, Benjamin DeLucio, Angel Dulal, Ke’Air Evans, Kinverlyn Flores-Velasquez, Aliou Jah, Samuel Matkins, Jenique McDay, Alexandria Price, Camila Ramirez, David Routt, Parys Twyman, Lucia Vargas, Allison Vu, Khayden Waver and Janaya White. After the ceremony, family and students celebrated with other Warrior family over light refreshments. “We are proud of their academic success and look forward to seeing these students grow academically at Winton Woods City Schools,” said Superintendent Anthony G. Smith.

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