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Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Inductees

 

Ahnen, Reanna

Amshoff, Laila

Ballagh, Whitney

Bevan, Tyler

Blevins, Jacob

Breese, Ashley

Cooksey, Brianna

Cuevas, Kellen

Driggers, Kalista

Drumm, Kennedy

Fletcher, Braiden

Gray, Arika

Gray, Christianna

Heagney, Rowan

Hix, Alita

Hofmann, Kaylin

James, Amayah

Joyce, Amanda

Kenny, Sean

Kinard, Kayla

Lewis, Jasmyne

Mahaney, Emma

Mahaney, Lilly

McCoy, Megyn

Mont, Gabriela

Nieves-Bonilla, Heciel

Nimaga, Hassanatou

Norman, Amanda

Patterson, Adrianna

Peterson, Taylor

Pierre, Shanyi

Pierre, Shiyah

Pittman Jr, LaMarrio

Ralls, Breanna

Randolph, Nevaeh

Simulcik, Justin

Smith, Faith

Smith, Hope

Southworth, Cassidy

Stevens, Shamia

Trout, Holly

Wallace, Riley

Witkowski, Aleksandra

*New Date* National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony

The CMS National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held on April 24, 2017, at 6:30pm, in the Caroline Middle School Auditorium. Inductees will be presented with this honor to officiate their acceptance into membership.

Membership into the NJHS organization is contingent upon your attendance at this official ceremony. If the honoree fails to attend the induction ceremony, the potential member forfeits their acceptance into the National Junior Honor Society.

Boys: dress slacks, buttoned up shirt, and dress shoes; Girls: dress, skirt, dress slack, and appropriate top (No jeans, sneakers, t-shirts, tight or formed fitting attire will be accepted).

All inductees are expected to arrive no later than 5:45pm.

 

Shermeka Baker-Latney, Sponsor

National Junior Honor Society recognizes one of their very own! There is survivor amongst us…..

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The Caroline Middle School Commons area was filled with lunchroom chatter when a hush came over the room as Vice President, Jordyn Rollins-Williams, speaks on behalf of the Caroline Middle School, National Junior Honor Society. Approximately sixty National Junior Honor Society members gathered at the front of the commons, before their peers and teachers as Jordon Mines carried a basket filled with over fifty pink and white items. They gathered to honor a breast cancer survivor among them, CMS Eighth Grade Science Teacher, Mrs. Rosina Allen.

The month of October is known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, October marks the annual campaign to increase the awareness of Breast Cancer. Along with the mission of the foundation, the NJHS members wanted to do something extra special to raise awareness.

NJHS Cabinet Members, Lydia Startx and Jordyn Rollins-Williams, initiated the “Out of the Box” idea at the September monthly meeting of recognizing one of our very own teachers among us who is a breast cancer survivor.

After some research by NJHS Sponsor, Shermeka Baker-Latney, Mrs. Allen was the perfect fit. She is a survivor for over 17 years with a powerful testimony. “My mother and sister both were survivors of breast cancer so my faith was already rooted strong in the Lord”, expressed Mrs. Allen.

This is the first time ever a teacher has been recognized and honored for Breast Cancer Awareness at Caroline Middle School.