44 inducted into NHS at FDSH
Forty-four Fort Dodge Senior High students were inducted into the National Honor Society on March 17.
Junior and senior students are selected based on their academics, leadership, activities, and recognition and awards both in and out of school.
“National Honor Society selections are based on feedback and criteria met from the pillars of scholarship, character, leadership, and service,” said Ryan Takatsuka, NHS advisor. “Members dedicate their time to helping the school and community through numerous and varied service projects. We hope our members act as examples for others to follow and continue to better themselves through new opportunities and challenges.”
FDSH NHS members are involved in various service projects throughout the year, including organizing two blood drives at the high school.
This year’s NHS inductees include: Abigail Adams, Antavion Adams, Geoffrey Astor, Jasmine Bahuhn, Brycen Bell, Nicholas Bice, Mason Bockoven, Chloe Cathcart, Grace Champagne, Kathryn Cochrane, Nolan Daniel, Elora Fierke, Kane Freeman, Isaac Hage, Shane Halligan, Sally Hively, Makinna Johll, Laney Jones, Sydney Karr, Daniel Leigh, Sierra Leith, Ciarra Love, Jonathon Madden, Nathanial Madden, Ellie McClintock, Kaydence Messerly, Jordan Morud, Alaina Porter, Trinity Possehn, Alicia Reed, Laney Rees, Taylor Roberson, Joscelynn Rosalez, Halle Rude, Michael Schroeder, Noelle Slotten, McKayla Smith, Taylor Smith, Tayte Specht, Rachel Sporrer, Asle Thorson, Cassandra Willer, Ty Williamson and Hoo Won.