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36 Nipmuc Students Inducted into National Honor Society

NHS President and Nipmuc senior Kelsey Woods presents NHS Inductee and sophomore Cole Alibozek with a certificate during the Induction Cemermony.

Thirty-six Nipmuc Regional High School students were honored for their hard work, dedication, and service to others as they were inducted into the National Honor Society on February 25.

Nipmuc's 54th National Honor Society Induction Ceremony recognized the inductees' work in the areas of leadership, character, scholarship, and service; the four pillars of the National Honor Society (NHS).

The evening began in the auditorium with a candle-lit procession of the current NHS members on to the stage and before the singing of the Star Spangled Banner by Nipmuc sophomore and NHS Inductee Megan Paul. Senior and NHS President Kelsey Woods welcomed the inductees and their families and spoke about the rigorous requirements for induction into the NHS. "Tonight we celebrate the achievements of the 36 outstanding students being inducted into the NHS," she said.

Woods introduced School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Maruszczak and Nipmuc Principal John Clements to the stage for remarks, with both men praising the students for their accomplishments and encouraging them to continue to seek out leadership opportunities and to find inspiration in others. "I have learned that leadership is not about big, grandiose actions. Rather, it is about the actions and decisions that we make that change the lives of others," said Maruszczak.

Clements spoke about the places and people where and with whom he finds inspiration, and commented that the NHS Induction Ceremony was high on his list. "This is one of my favorite nights of the year," he said.

Speakers for the evening included Senior NHS Members Amanda St Germain, Elizabeth Hilton, Kylie Gallagher, and junior NHS Member Katie Sauer. Each spoke about their path to NHS and how much they learned about themselves while being in the service of others. "My experience has greatly shaped who I am today," said Hilton.

NHS Members Sarah Bloznalis, Rebecca Rausch, Abagail Rapiejko, Sarah Plutnicki, and Rebecca Pfeiffer explained the significance of the pillars of NHS and the importance of living up to those pillars even after the ceremony was over. "Your service may seem small now, but it could grow into something that will change lives," said Pfeiffer. Member Mary Berner also spoke about the NHS emblem, a torch that signifies the "light and drive within the NHS," she said.

The ceremony concluded with the group of current and new members pledging the NHS oath before joining their families for a reception in the lobby.

This year's NHS inductees were: Seniors-Teresa-Brossi, Olivia Onorato, Aryane Schiavo, Mary Morcos and Madison Sauter; Juniors-Carol Abedelnour, Joanne Michel, Kaelan Farragher and Paige Murphy; and Sophomores-Caroline Abate, Cameron Dunning, Sarah Nasif, Cole Alibozek, Lindsay Enos, Maya Ostoin, Elina Barrows, Leah Fitzgerald, Megan Paul, Delaney Bolton, Samatha Galicki, Catherine Prescott, Celine Bui, Emily Gay, Max Robakiewicz, Juliette Carreiro, Kiara Griffith, Natalie Rodman, Erika Comfort, Ryan Kelleher, Christian St. Pierre,

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