Smith-Cotton National Honor Society Grows by 30 Members
Smith-Cotton High School's chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 30 new members on Wednesday, March 14, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center.
New officers for the 2018-19 school year also were installed. Teacher Zach Vandevender was selected as this year's honorary member for his help with a collection of NHS service projects. Inducted were:
juniors Sarai Cervantes, Macie Curry, Audrey Currey, Quinn Jones, Jessica Kotok, Rachel Lauer, Riley Moore, Jadelyn Parkhurst, Gabrielle Sproles and Ashley Thomlinson;
and sophomores Brittany Bobbitt, Sarah Bradbury, Lincoln Burt, Lauren Gray, Sarah Hinkson, Mylanna Holman, William Hooton, Breana Hoover, Aaron Hughes, Morgan Mateja, Marshall Noble, Drake Peterson, Luis Resendiz, Cora Sadler, Hunter Sparks, Maggie Sparks, Haden Stock, Megan Toops, Ashley Webb and Bridget Young.
Photo2: Smith-Cotton High School juniors, from left, Audrey Currey, Riley Moore and Macie Curry take the National Honor Society Pledge during the induction ceremony Wednesday, March 14, in the Heckart Performing Arts Center. The trio was among 30 new members inducted into the S-C chapter of NHS.
Photo3: Smith-Cotton High Principal Wade Norton congratulates sophomore Bridget Young on her induction into the S-C chapter of the National Honor Society.
Photo7: S-C NHS President Macey Hoover, right, congratulates teacher Zach Vandevender, who was selected by the chapter as this year's honorary member. Vandevender helped the chapter with service projects, including building small library cases that will be placed across Sedalia.