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Russellville Middle School inducts National Junior Honor Society students

Last Friday, Russellville Middle School welcomed a new crop of high-achieving eighth graders to the ranks of the National Junior Honor Society

The NJHS is composed of eighth grade students who have overall scholastic averages ofor above in their core curriculum courses for the sixth and seventh grade These students must demonstrate excellence in scholarship, service, leadership, character and citizenship.

The following students were inducted into the society: Monica Jasmin Acosta, Ellie Gail Akers, Kallie Renee Allen, Billy Alonzo, Cecila Andres, Austin Ray Ashley, Yaneli Bahena-Garcia, Gregoria Ramirez Baltazar, Tyler Jacob Barnes, Daylin Licia Barrios, Ana Marisela Batz, Leslie Betancourt, Tristen Grace Bickerstaff, Cameron Matthew Bonn, Sydney Noel Bowling, Charles Austin Bridges, Carley Madison Briles, Katelyn Lindsey Burns, Andres Miguel Campos, Maria Clara Castro-Baltazar, Jose Luis Chajal, Alivia Hope Clemmons, Simon Jason Colburn, Jacob Dylan Collins, Mario Cruz Jr., Jacob Arley Davis, Alondra Lizeth Delgado, Diana Delgado-Hernandez, Freddy Diego-Domingo, Katherine Elizabeth Dubois, Jasmine McKenzy Figueroa, Jacob Tanner Fite, Jacob Nathaniel Fleming, Amy Flores, Albaro Francisco, Cecilia Francisco-Juan, Samuel Wells Franklin, Elijah Lee Franks, Levi Isaac Gist, Alexis Margo Glass, Brian Carlos Gonzalez, America Gutierrez, Danna Melissa Romero, Devan Ryan Guzman, Mila Talynn Hall, Jaxon Hallmark, Deshayla Te’On Hammoc, Brandon Sincere Hampton, Haley Hasha, Kyle Matthew Hawkins, Jessica Hernandez-Pascual, Uriel Hernandez-Perez, Amanda Renee Herring, Isaac Pierce Herston, Kaydee Don Holland, Trenton Lee Hollimon, Ethan Dwight Horton, Ethan Michael Howard, James Jamaal Hubbard, Bryant Edward Hubbert, Briana Huerta-Ramirez, Isaac Axel Ibarra, Silvia Jimenez-Salgado, Johnathan Jimenez-Vargas, Alexis Keenum, Sarah Grace Kimbrough, Harley Blake Kinard, Madyson Grace King, Brantson Andrew Lambert, Jose Gustavo Lara-Cruz, Autumn Hope Logan, Christian Jeffery Lopez Jimenez, Eric Espinoza Lucas, Rose Mary, Samuel Matias-Francisco, Andrea Mazate-Cruz, Sydney Grace Medley, Luis Miguel Francisco, Jagger Mills, Yohalani Mojica, Abby Brooke Montgomery, Keren Elizabeth Montiel, Melvin Enrique Moreno, Maxim Rizk Moussad, John Blake Murray, Madison Leigh Murray, Tanner Blaise Murray, Charlie Nava-Felix, Makala Kathyrn O’Neal, Johnathan Daniel Pace, Silvia Pascual-Francisco, Veronica Pascual-Martin, Haylee Ann Patterson, Gisel Perez, Maggie Elisabeth Pinkard, Ashton Farris Poe, River Grace Pounders, Amara Octavia Qualls, Emma Grace Reed, Laisha Abril Rivera, Christian Rodriguez-Jimenez, William Steven Rogers, Naydelin Romero Momentey, Daimar Santa Maria, Anthony Jesus Serna, Ashton Halle Shipley, Sydney Beyonce Smith, Phillip Dalton Steele, Morgan Ellyse Strickland, Alexis Jane Taylor, Rachel Tena-Bernabe, Brooklyn Jaide Tompkin, Priscilla Guadelupe Tristan, Nathaniel Lee Trussell, Macey Elizabeth Vandiver, Joel Vargas, Yesenia Vargas, Allic Andrew Wallace, Julianna Kay Wallace, Raksha Webster, Kaitlin Faye Weeks, Maggie Grace Willingham, Zachary Heath Willis, Kaitlyn Morgan Wood, Anna Beth Woods and Ismael Zavala-Marquez.

NJHS sponsor is Karren Sewell.

RMS Principal Dr. Karen Thorn said this is the largest group of inductees RMS has had.

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