Due to the restrictions imposed by social distancing regulations, the induction ceremony for the National Technical Honor Society was conducted online this year. NTHS is an honor society for outstanding career and technical students of workforce vocational education institutions in the United States.
Deb Coyne, the NTHS advisor at ConVal High School, explained the goals of the National Technical Honor Society before Region 14 Applied Technology Center Director Jen Kiley gave a presentation on the purpose, colors, emblem, and motto of the NTHS.
Sarah Grossi, Gil Morris, Karen Fabianski, and Abe Ewing addressed the seven attributes that NTHS student members embody: leadership, scholarship, skills, honesty, citizenship, service and responsibility.
After reciting the NTHS pledge, the following students were newly inducted into the National Technical Honor Society: Nisse Anderson, Owen Armstrong, Taylor Burgess, Haiden Burnside, Angelina Charron, Rachel Fulton, Ava Goohs, John Grady, Everett Landers, James McGuiness, Kaila Pywell, Antonio Sangermano, Alec Stetzer, Rebecca Thibault, Jaydn Vaidya, Megan Vasco, and Lorien Wright.
Graduation cords were presented to the following seniors: Taylor Burgess, Haiden Burnside, Molly Cole, Owen Collins, Tracie Dailey, Haley Davis, Kayla Duval, Trevor Faber, Skyler Fortin, Sean Grady, Max Heck, Emma Hixson, Lily James, Kara Keiper, Everett Landers, Mackenzie Ledger, Molly Reed, Antonio Sangermano, Evan Shippee, Dylan Stapleton, Rebecca Thibault, Delaney Thompson, Nick Tower, Marguerite Tremblay, and Jadyn Vaidya.