Collinwood National Honor Society Inducts 13 New Members
The Collinwood High School Chapter of the National Honor Society welcomed thirteen new members at a special induction ceremony held recently at the school. Juniors and Seniors recognized for their outstanding achievement in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service and character were these 2016 inductees: Juanicia Casebolt; Rodney Chandler; Da’Zhah Gamble; Tyra Henderson; Kiarah Jones; Raymel Menefee; Rayonna Sanders; Brandin Smith; Shialetha Steel; Kayla Vaughn; Charlena Watts; Deja’nae Wilson and Edwin Woods.
Students Rajiah Stuart and Dwayne McGowan lead the singing of the National Anthem.
Mrs. Alicia Freeman, CMSD Curriculum and Instruction Manager and a Collinwood alumna, was the keynote speaker. Also participating in the ceremony were Rajiah Stuart and Danyell Hall-Rucker, 2015 NHS Inductees, principal Mary E. Miller, assistant principal Lawanda Jackson and Jason Harris, College Now staff member.
NHS chapter advisor Ms. Cassandra Treadwell, co-advisor Ms. Rosalyn Allen, and NHS faculty council members Gail Greenberg, Naomi Leveck, Jackie Thornhill and Sherrell Germany-Clark also participated in the ceremony. A reception for the new inductees and their families was held in the John Opie Auditorium atrium, following the ceremony.
Gail Greenberg is the media specialist at Collinwood High School.