Carbondale Area Junior/Senior High School held its National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Wednesday, April 14 to celebrate the achievements of some of our most accomplished students. Students are selected for induction based on their attainment of the four pillars of the National Honor Society: Character, Leadership, Service, and Citizenship. The ceremony was held in-person for juniors and seniors and virtually for students in grades seven through ten due to the pandemic.
Mr. Perri (Senior High) and Mrs. Mayne (Junior High), co-advisors for the National Honor Society, are proud to announce the following students have met criteria for induction into the National Honor Society:
John Michael Elko
Francheliz De Jesus
“It was nice to have a sense of normalcy and honor these kids for their hard work under these circumstances,” noted Mr. Perri.
“The Carbondale Area community is very proud that these students were able to achieve and maintain academic excellence during such a difficult time in education due to the pandemic,” explained Mr. Farrell, CAHS Principal.
“I was extremely grateful that the school district allowed us to have a National Honor Society program this year especially since it was my senior ceremony,” explained president Deana Mancuso. “It was nice to acknowledge mine and my classmates’ academic achievements during this difficult school year. With all of the changes this year, I was appreciative that we were able to have some normalcy.”
The Carbondale Area School District congratulates the National Honor Society inductees on their great achievement. #CAProud
Please see the following link to watch the ceremony: