2021 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Monday, March 22, 2021
DEXTER STATESMAN/Josh Ayers
The 2021 National Honor Society Induction Ceremony took place Monday evening in the auditorium at Dexter High School. Four candles were lit during the ceremony representing the four core values of the National Honor Society: Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service.
The new inductees to the Dexter Chapter
of the National Honor Society are Brittany Baldwin, Sajah Ballard,
Annie Banken, Kennedy Bess, MaKayla Boyt, Hannah Bryant, Sophia
Chasteen, Ryan Collier, Maci Comfort, Austin Daniels, Abby Dement,
Emily Drews, Alyssa Frizzell, Grace Hanner, Gerica Harris, Jebidiah
Hubbard, Dakota Hutchcraft, Kyllie Kendrick, Andie Kruse, Lexie
Laramore, Rachel Lin, Toni Long, Makenzie Mahy, Ami Marshall, Miller
McLaughlin, Berkley Moreland, Avery Neely, Courtney Northcutt, Dulcie
Pullen, Camden Riley, Julianna Rivera, Makenna Rodgers, Bejamin
Rybolt, Layken Smith, Bailey Whitaker, Tori White and Mia Williams.
The previously inducted members of the
Dexter Chapter of the National Honor Society are McKayla Annesser,
Emily Battles, Ryder Boles, Jaycee Chappell, Andrew Ellinghouse, Evan
Grobe, Kaylee Honeycutt, Makenzie Hutson, Alanie Lacy, Layne Medler,
Payton Phelan, Hannah Pyles, Damon Stearns, Chloe Thurmon, Justin
Viers, Tara Williams and Bronwen Young.
Historian Tara Williams opened the ceremony.
President of the Dexter Chapter of the National Honor Society Laney Medlar lights the first candle during the ceremony.
Secretary Damon Stearns speaks about the Character Value of the National Honor Society.
Treasurer McKayla Annesser lights the leadership candle.
Service Coordinator Ryder Boles lights the service candle.
Vice President Chloe Thurmon speaks about the scholarship value of the National Honor Society.