Hampton Bays MS Inducts 31 into National Junior Honor Society

Hampton Bays MS Inducts 31 into National Junior Honor Society photo
During a candlelighting ceremony on March 28, Hampton Bays Middle School inducted 31 eighth-grade students into the National Junior Honor Society, one of the oldest and most prestigious national organizations for students.  

To be eligible for membership, students are required to have a cumulative average of 92 or better and meet standards of leadership, service, citizenship and character. 

“We are very proud to recognize these outstanding members of our student body,” said chapter adviser Laurie O’Halloran. “National Junior Honor Society members are chosen for, and then expected to continue, their exemplary contributions to the school and community.”

The Hampton Bays School District extends its congratulations to the following students: Steven Acevedo, Haley Castaldo, Angie Chinchilima Chabla, Maria Fernanda Cifuentes, James Clinton, Samantha Coulton, Aliyah Cukaj, Braeden Dorchak, Elle Dunkirk, Jamie Farez, Alexandra Fennelly, Kristina Georges, Riley Gerson, Logan Grismer, David Hall, Ryan Hughes, Isabella Jaramillo Arango, Aidan Kamp, Timothy Kraycar, Meegan Lennon, Robert McNamara, Andrew Oh, Dillon Ottati, Rodrigo Quintanilla, Noah Sanabria, Jonathan Sapio, Dylan Schultheis, Cooper Shay, Lily Simpson-Heavey, Stephen Sutton and Nicholas Zbikowski.