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Hamilton students inducted in German national honor society

Hamilton High School’s German National Honor Society inducted nine new members May 18 at a formal ceremony. In addition, 11 seniors received an honor cord to wear during graduation.

To be a member, students demonstrate commitment to the German language by completing German 3, having 3.5 or higher grade point average in German and 3.0 or higher grade point average overall. Hamilton German and Social Sciences Teacher Eric Schultz is advisor.

New inductees are Liliana Atkinson, Julia Bruch, Evan Bunker, Mollie Johnson, Victoria Meyer, Aden Myhre, Rebecca Skelton, Katelyn Wilcox and Lillian Zellner. Sophia Heyn and Makayla Wendland are returning members and senior honor cord recipients are Taylor Daniels, Abriana Duch, Serena Evers, Mollie Johnson, Abrielle Klawitter, Selin Kurucay, Katharine Lueck, Norah Miller, Grace Reek, Ethan Tusic and Lauren Weber.