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Acorn High School NHS Inducts Members

On Monday, October 5th, the Acorn Chapter of the National Honor Society added 6 new members to its prestigious ranks. The ceremony, held at the Acorn High School library, featured the induction of new members, recognition of officers, and Annette Hays, as the guest speaker.
In order to become members of the Honor Society, students are required to maintain the high standards of the Society. Active members in the Honor Society are required to maintain a minimum scholastic average and live up to the character, leadership, and service ideals of the National Honor Society. The Society is a community service organization therefore, members are expected to participate in community service projects throughout the school year.
New members inducted into the Acorn Chapter of the National Honor Society are: Elizabeth Hachtel, 10th grade daughter of David and Deborah Hachtel; Bridgette Magness, 10th grade daughter of Micheal and Cherie Magness; Josey Webb, 10th grade, daughter of Duane and Dotsy Webb; Harly Dearing, 11th grade daughter of Steve and Felita Dearing; Elizabeth Baker, 12th grade daughter of Rodney Baker and Shannon Oglesby; Catelyn Reynolds, 12th grade daughter of Eric and Julie Reynolds.
Officers for the 2015­-2016 school year are: President: Morgan Fagan, 11th grade daughter of Darrell and Kandy Page, and Jon Fagan; Vice ­President: Macie Adams, 12th grade daughter of Neil and Toy Adams; Secretary/Treasurer: Brooke Bates, 11th grade daughter of Ivan and Rose Bates; Reporter: Ashlee Long, 12th grade daughter of Duane and Sherri Powell; Historian: Josh Staggs, 11th grade son of Danny and Shelley Staggs. Advisor to the Acorn Chapter of the National Honor Society is Colby Singleton.
(Front row L­ to R) Connor McConnell, Daric Echols, Macie Adams, Brooke Bates, Harly Dearing, Elizabeth Hachtel, Bridgette Magness, and Catelyn Reynolds.
(Back row L to ­R) Josh Staggs, Brittany Wilthite, Morgan Fagan, Ashlee Long, Elizabeth Baker, Colby Singleton, and Josey Webb.

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