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TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION
Despite the Covid restrictions, Titusville High School was still able to proceed with their National Honor Society induction ceremony after school on Thursday, March 4th. With the lessening of Covid restrictions by the Governor earlier in the week, students, families, administrators, and counseling staff were able to continue with this tradition through a combined in-person and virtual program. The ceremony was live streamed to the District’s FaceBook page which assisted those students at home who could not attend in person to participate, as well enabling additional family members and friends to watch the event. The oath of membership was led by Joe Banner, NHS president. He was assisted by Abigail Vinson (Vice President), Lindsay Sines (Secretary), Campbell Sines (Treasurer), and Tammy McHenry (Club Advisor) as they reviewed the four pillars of the organization. The pillars are scholarship, leadership, character, and service, which were each symbolized by a lit candle. This was the 63rd consecutive year for Titusville High School’s participation in the national program to honor students who have met the entrance criteria. This event coincided with the 100th anniversary celebration for the beginning of the National Honor Society program. Over the past year, the THS chapter of NHS was able to volunteer by virtually reading Dr. Seuss books to young children for the Elementary Schools for Read Across America, assisted with the Thanksgiving Food Drive at Save-a-Lot, and worked in conjunction with the Climate Club for a roadside/Drakewell trail cleanup event sponsored through PennDot. The following juniors and seniors were inducted into the Titusville chapter: (Seniors) Cole Harvey, Hunter Holcomb, and Rebecca Reinecke (Juniors) Kolin Baker, Clark Bromley, Baylor Brooks, Cathereen Byler, Sarah Cole, Alexa Drake, Wayne Elslager, Cole Endres, Madison Foote, Jay Fry, Sydney Green, Gavin Griffin, David Hauptman, Audrey Herman, Julia Johnson, Garrett Knapp, Chandler Last, Parker Los, Ella Matteson, James Necessary, Luke Nicolson, Madelynne Reed, Beckham Roberts, Samuel Ruot, Athena Schmidt, Anna Smith, Cassidy Sprong, Isabella Sutley, Lilly Tucker, Olyvia VanCise, Laney Weaver, Samuel Wright, Conan Young and Duncan Young. (Photo courtesy of Uriah Sampson and live stream courtesy of Robert Cartney and Uriah Sampson).
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Tech support phone for students/parents at home
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