GMS begins NEHS chapter
Greenville Middle School has established a chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society (NEHS) to recognize their most outstanding students.
School officials were notified in December that their application to create a local chapter of the honor society had been approved. GMS is the only school in the Butler County School System that has a chapter of the NEHS.
On April 13, 50 fifth and sixth graders were inducted into the honor society.
According to chapter advisor, Dr. Denise Dillard, the honor society is more than just an honor roll.
“It engages its members in service activities and leadership development that help strengthen the programs for all students at the school and improve life in the community.”
Each member of the honor society must have 20 hours of community service.
GMS principal Catherine Tanner said she hopes the new honor society will inspire upcoming fifth graders to work hard so they can become a part of the chapter.
NEHS members include Danielle Bogan, MaKiya Claybourne, Dunyea Dorsey, Vivian Gates, Zebbi’Niqua Jenkins, MaKhea Mason, Reagan McLain, Jacob Pryor, Chloe Sawicki, Chapman Simmons, Bowen Skinner, Madison Thornton, Keniyya Webb, Danielle Whittle, Amiry Bell, Tykia Bennett, Justin Braden, Terry Cook, Devin Crenshaw, Rhian Grayson, Michael Heupel, Madison Jones, Denny Nguyen, Assyria Purifoy, Jalyn Thomas, MacAllister Brown, Makenna Davis, Jamesian Dunklin, Collin Jenkins, Tricia Lett, Lance McInvale, Brianna Nguyen, Zymeria Redmond, Garrett Simmons, Aedan Skinner, Hannah Smith, AKeria Watkins, Taliah Williams, Omarion Young, E’vodnei Benjamin, Javoris Boggan, Theor Bullard, Akiriya Crenshaw, Andrew Davis, Emily Harrell, Glenasha Hicks, Shakayla Lee, Tyler Owens, Jacob Simmons and Whitney Veazey.