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Fourteen Students Recognized for Outstanding Academic Performance at the NJHS Induction Ceremony

NJHS Students  Fourteen seventh-grade students will be recognized for their academic performance on April 27 at the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) induction ceremony. The event will take place at 6 p.m. in the Tonawanda Middle School auditorium.
All of the new inductees have been chosen following the review of their NJHS application, which demonstrates strong leadership roles, along with service, student and community activities. To be considered, students are also required to achieve above a 90 grade point average.
The following students are the new inductees of the NJHS: Nikolaus Caulfield, Erin Carrois, Alexander Demmin, Lucy Dietrich, Marcell Hayes, Luke Martinez, Jackson Mysliwy, Andrew Nicosia, Richard Nicosia, Alivia Pierino, Ava Scholz, Alexander Stickney, Baylin Tighe and Andrew Zirnheld.