Old Quarry NJHS Inducts 45 Students, Continues Service to Community
Seventh-and eighth-graders were recently inducted to the middle school's National Junior Honor Society.
The following article was submitted to Patch by Jennifer Egan, co-sponsor of the Old Quarry Middle School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. It was written by eighth-grader Taylor Campos, the NJHS public relations chair.
Old Quarry’s National Junior Honor Society, following its annual tradition, recently inducted 35 seventh-graders into its upcoming 2012-2013 chapter and 10 eighth-graders into the remainder of its current 2011-2012 chapter.
These students have exhibited respectable qualities of leadership, citizenship, service, scholarship and character throughout their Old Quarry years and, upon submitting a formal application to the organization, were invited to become official members.
As seventh graders, 35 of these new inductees will compose the 2013 NJHS chapter, and continue to bring light to the importance of volunteerism and leadership in the community.
Matthew M. Anderson, Colleen DeVries, Nicole Elaine Glynn, Natalie Knoepfle, Jessica A. Kobylak, Andy Maka, Vanessa A. Muscolino, Michael P. Petruzzi, Chloe J. Szot, and Andrew Wood
Mira Antonopolous, Suha Asadullah, Rebecca Lynn Bailey, Devin Becker, Kristin Burke, Emie Choquette, Abigail Dasbach, Diana Dzielski, Thomas Dzielski, Sarah Pierce Bernice Ferriter, Justin Geraghty, Max Graham, Joey Henze, Kurt Huegelmann, Anna N. Ignarski, Jake A. Koehler, Ali Kramer, Madeline LeBeck, Faraz Nadim Longi, Michael Lyewski, Nathan Mark Madej, Jade Mardjetko, Christopher McAdam, Natalie McCastland, Melissa Moravek, Kyla H. Owens, Bryce Panegasser, Samantha Schoell, James Jonathan Sliwa, Madison Thornton, Lauren Nicole Totura, Gianna Grace Tunzi, Kevin Tuscher, Nicholas Yanku, Alissa Zeglen, and Michael James Zekich.
Until the 2011-2012 NJHS chapter officially concludes on June 4, the current body, now assisted by the new inductees, will continue to uphold its high standards of personal responsibility and community philanthropy. Such activities recently completed by the current eighth-grade society, headed by President Ace Matthews, include the New Student Ambassador Program, the Ronald McDonald House pop tab collection, LPD Hoops concession stands, and assorted CORE events.
Upcoming events include the Quarryman Challenge, Old Quarry gym improvement efforts, a Feed My Starving Children group outing, the Lemont Community Showcase, Lemont High School track and field assistance, and the acknowledgement of retiring District 113A staff.