Wausa’s National Honor Society inducts new members
WAUSA — The 2020 Wausa National Honor Society induction took place Sept. 2, with 12 new members joining the Chapter.
The requirements to be inducted into NHS are based off of four areas: scholarship, leadership, character, and service. In order to be considered, a student must have attended high school for three semesters and have a 90 percent or above cumulative grade point average. The next step includes preparing an activity resume as well as answer an essay question on why they think they should be a member of National Honor Society. Then all staff who have contact with the students evaluate them on their leadership, character, and service with four points being the most they could receive in each of these categories. Students need to receive a 70 percent or higher based off total possible points.
The new members of Wausa’s NHS include, Tyler Baue, Leah Bloomquist, Brandon Kristensen, Ali Lundberg, Trey McQuay, Abrielle Nelson, Darla Nelson, Jonathan Nissen, Cole Story, Michael Vanness, Madisyn West, and Emily Woockman. They will be joining the existing members who are Jaide Kaiser, Morgan Kleinschmit, Brooke Kumm and Cory Schumacher.
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