Fulton’s Future Leaders Welcomed into NHS


The Fulton City School District (FCSD) welcomed 46 students into the National Honor Society recently.
 
The evening began with the singing of the National Anthem and the school’s Alma Mater by G. Ray Bodley chorus members.
 
Elizabeth Conners, Fulton Executive Director of Instruction and Assessment, and G. Ray Bodley Principal Donna Parkhurst were asked to be the guest speakers at the ceremony.
 
“Each of you is a fine example of the very best at GRB, and I am confident you will carry this honor with integrity and pride,” said Parkhurst. “I am pleased to be amongst a room full of young leaders.”
 
Parkhurst extended her assistance to the students as they move on to college and career endeavors, insisting that the qualities of leadership and character that they were being recognized for that night will be the same traits that will pave the road to future successes.
 
The 2016 National Honor Society Inductees were: Donna Aiken, Trey LaRock, Aryelle Barbagallo, Carissa Lee, Frank Barbagallo, Michael Mankiewicz, Evan Beckwith, Ryan Morehouse, Trent Berry, Deirdre Murphy, Amanda Blake, Megan Nicholson, Miwa Burdic, Kyle Perry, Emily Bush, Miranda Prosser, Marshall Carvey, Sarah Rice, Catherine Cianfarano, Alysa Rosenbarker, Shawna Cooper, Cole Rothrock, Kenneth Deloff, Paige Rowlee, Stephanie Fowler, Nathan Shaw, Emily Gerth, Dakota Stoutenger, Sydney Gilmore, Sarah Tallents, Nicole Hansen, Sydney Tetro, Sydnie Harrington, Sabrina Verdoliva, Mallory Harter, Makhali Voss, Jeremy Herlowski, Emma Warren, Daniel Hotaling, Malcolm Wettering Jr., David Houck, Ethan Wright, Victoria Izyk, Andrew Yankowsky, Karly Kearns and Abbey Zych.
 
The ceremony concluded with a pledge from the new inductees and the traditional candle lighting. 


Fulton NHS President David Tallents lights the first candle at the school’s 2016 National
Honor Society Induction. 


Current members of the National Honor Society stand with newly inducted members
 of G. Ray Bodley High School.