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Students inducted into National Honor Society

The Hamilton High School Chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 44 juniors and seniors Oct. 17 for membership. Hamilton teacher Jill Matarrese was the guest speaker at the event.

Students were selected on the basis of academic excellence, outstanding service, character and leadership at school and in the greater community. To be considered for the honor, students must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.5, submit a written composition, complete an activity form and provide four letters of recommendation. Students inducted were:

  • Elizabeth Bertucci,
  • Elizabeth Blewett,
  • Melissa Brook,
  • Lindsey Burleson,
  • Jessica Buschke,
  • Bethany Canales,
  • Paul Coburn,
  • Jeffery Denninger,
  • Jasmine Dockery,
  • Kathryn Doyle,
  • Eva Ennamorato,
  • Evan Flink,
  • Daniel Fourness,
  • Kristin Gatzow,
  • Joshua Gratz,
  • Claire Greeneway,
  • Benjamin Helm,
  • Lydia Hickey,
  • Alexander Hintz,
  • Sara Kamoske,
  • Joshua Kapelke,
  • Anthony Kerhin,
  • Jennifer Kerhin,
  • Brian Konyn,
  • Kyle McClone,
  • Kelly McGinnis,
  • Nicole Mikolajczak,
  • Carissa Mindt,
  • Elizabeth Peters,
  • Mark Ray,
  • Whitney Reimer,
  • Taylor Roth,
  • Samantha Runingen,
  • Heather Schilter,
  • Danielle Schoner,
  • Alex Schwartz,
  • Amanda Sonnemann,
  • Karley Sprtel,
  • Eric Swierczek,
  • Allison Umhoefer,
  • Margaret Van Reenen,
  • Michelle Zapf,
  • Aja Zarling and
  • Angela Zeng.

Members of the 2006-07 Hamilton NHS Executive Board are: Rachel Ziegler, president; Alyssa Knoebel, vice president; Sam Luedtke, secretary; Nicole Emmer, treasurer; Leah Jensen, historian; Phil Laper, parliamentarian; and Kayla Vogel, public relations officer. Hamilton German teacher Robin Tessereau is the faculty advisor.