Hampton Bays Middle School Inducts Junior Honor Society Members

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More than 30 students were inducted into the 2012 National Junior Honor Society during a “Light Is the Symbol of Truth” ceremony at the Hampton Bays Middle School on Thursday, March 29.

The annual candlelight induction ceremony honored those students who possess the five qualities of the National Junior Honor Society: scholarship, leadership, character, citizenship and service.

New members inducted on Thursday night included: Alexis Bogannam, Caleb Brenes, Isaac Brown, William Dzanoucakis, Alexis Fotopoulos, Jake Fotopoulos, Elizabeth Garnett, Alicia Golyski, Cameron Heaney, Madison Langsdort, Erin Link, Gabriella LoBue, Shannon Long, Laura Maila, Jack Martin, Hannah Martinez Arias, Kathryn McNamara, Gabriella Morea, Katarina Ogris, Elizabeth Ottati, David Ramirez, Hannah Reed, Evan Signorelli, Hana Simpson-Heavey, Lily Spellman, Jennifer Sullivan, Marley Tyler, Brook Von Bartheld, Magdalena Wrobel, Drew Zaweski and Laura Zaweski.

The induction ceremony included remarks from Hampton Bays District Superintendent Lars Clemensen, Middle School Principal Dennis Schug and National Junior Honor Society Advisor Laurie O’Halloran.

Hannah Reed led the flag salute, Lily Spellman and Katarina Ogris represented Scholarship, Erin Link and Cameron Heaney represented Leadership, Alicia Golyski and Magdalena Wrobel represented Character, Laura Zaweski and David Ramirez represented Citizenship, and Drew Zaweski and Gabriella Morea represented Service.  Musical works performed for the processional and recessional were Handel’s “Overture” and Mouret’s “Rondeau,” respectively.