2017 inductees
  • On Thursday, November 16, at 7:00 p.m. the Lambda Sigma Gamma chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 14 new members during their 83rd Annual Induction Ceremony. The ceremony took place in the Cambridge Central School auditorium and began with a procession of the chapter’s senior members.

    Vice-President Jonas Butz began the service with the Pledge of Allegiance.  President Helen Mooney welcomed the nearly 220 guests and introduced the four Principles of the Society.  Members emphasized the importance of each of the four Principles: ScholarshipLeadershipService and Character.

    Secretary, Hailey Herrington, and current member Max Hoffer, introduced each new member as senior members escorted them from the audience to their seats on stage.  A candle lighting followed the tapping of the new members, and then all members stated their pledge to the Principles of the National Honor Society.  Each new member was presented with a National Honor Society membership card and pin.

    The new inductees for this year are:

    Daniel Blanchfield, the son of Debra and Jason Blanchfield; Cassandra Bovie, daughter of Monica and David Bovie; Rhiannon Darling, daughter to Dean and Colette Darling; Tommy English, son of Wendy and Brian English; Samantha Renae Farrara, daughter of Margaret and Stephen Farrara; Brecke McKenna Gifford, daughter of Neil and Stephanie Gifford; Autumn Headwell, daughter to Roy and Terri Headwell; Brenden Holcomb, son of Karel Vogel-Holcomb and Roger Holcomb; Alexander James Hommel, son of Jeff and Lisa Hommel; Emma Jerabek, daughter to Daryl Jerabek and Natasha Littrell; Tre Rossi, son of Margaret Surowka Rossi and Ralph Rossi; Julia Salisbury, daughter of Andrew and Wakako Salisbury; Lizzy Townes, daughter of Tammy Trahan and Robert Townes; and Tori Vellucci, daughter of  Larry and Janine Vellucci. 

    Following the induction, Mrs. Caroline Goss, the High School Principal, shared her vision for the 14 new members of the chapter, encouraging them to promote positive change within the school and broader community.

    The National Honor Society members presented a Teacher Recognition Award to an outstanding teacher who exemplifies Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. Senior member Eli Robertson had the pleasure of presenting the award to Mr. Carl Flint whom seniors noted for his devotion to students and staff of Cambridge Central School and his enthusiasm and desire to make a difference within the school and community. 

    Following the ceremony family, friends, teachers and administrators joined all members of the National Honor Society for a festive reception.  The Lambda Sigma Gamma Chapter of the National Honor Society would like to thank everyone who supported us and helped make our evening so special!

    Congratulations to every member of the National Honor Society for all their achievements, now and evermore!

    The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. NHS serves to recognize those students who demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.