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Pleasanton High School inducts four new NHS students

New inductees into the Pleasanton High School National Honor Society include, from left, Patience Meik, Holley Coffman, Hayden Johnson, Shiloh Skipper, and Rees Chapman. The group of juniors was inducted on Nov. 16. (Photos by Aubin Skipper/Simply by Aubin)

PLEASANTON – Five Pleasanton High School students were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS) in a candlelight ceremony on Thursday, Nov. 16, at the school.

The new inductees, all juniors, included Rees Chapman, Holley Coffman, Hayden Johnson, Patience Miek, and Shiloh Skipper.

Students are chosen to be in NHS based on four aspects of their academic achievements:

• Scholarship – The national minimum is a 3.0 grade average on a 4.0 grading scale.

• Service – Voluntary contributions made by a student to the school or community.

• Leadership – Experience in this aspect can be drawn from school or community activities.

• Character – The student demonstrates a high standard of honesty and reliability and shows courtesy, concern, and respect for others.

The new inductees join current members, all of whom are seniors. They include Braden Baldwin, Natalie Burke, Tony Gillespie, Doniphan Meik, and Eryn Sabine. The faculty sponsor for the PHS chapter of the NHS is school counselor Robert Nolan.

Joining the new inductees for a group photo are seniors, from left, Braden Baldwin and Tony Gillespie and, from right, Natalie Burke and Eryn Sabine. Doniphan Meik was not available for the ceremony.

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