New Members Inducted into National Technical Honor Society
Administrators, Board of Education members, faculty and families recently gathered at the Gerald R. Claps Career and Technical Education Center in Levittown for the induction of 43 new members into the National Technical Honor Society.
Advisor Christy Lombarski explained that being inducted into the society is one of the highest honors bestowed on a high school tech student and selection is based upon a student having achieved a cumulative GPA of 90 percent, demonstrating exceptional character and leadership skills and participating in community service.
After an induction of the new officers Justin LaScala (president), Shannon Dixon (vice president), Gabriella Corona (secretary) and Katherine Inglese (treasurer), a candlelighting ceremony emphasized the core values of the society. Each student was congratulated and received a membership certificate, pin and tassel. Together, they repeated the NTHS pledge.
"Tonight is a fantastic night where we celebrate our best and brightest students," said Frank Creter, director of GC Tech- Career and Technical Education. "This is one of our largest graduating classes here with 43 inductees."
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 members of the National Technical Honor Society!