FLINT TWP. — Seventy-seven students were recognized during the National Junior Honor Society induction ceremony at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School, on March 23.
Selected 7th and 8th Grade inductees hold a Cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher and also met other high standards of leadership, service, citizenship, scholarship, and character, according to Milissa Kenworthy, an advisor for the National Junior Honor Society.
Admission into the National Junior Honor Society is based on participation in one or more community or school activities, GPA, and citizenship. Citizenship is measured by the student’s participation in civic organizations and/or activities. Character is measured in terms of integrity, behavior, ethics, and cooperation with both students and faculty. Students are screened by a Faculty Council consisting of current school staff members.
A ceremony in the CAMS auditorium was led by 8th-grade NJHS members, followed by a small reception for the inductees and their families and friends. — Rhonda Sanders