NDHS students inducted into National Spanish Honor Society

Special to Dorchester Banner/Board of Education NDHS students inducted into National Spanish Honor Society are from left, back row: Adamary Karelly Sanchez-Martinez, Marguerite Ross, Taylor Martin, Camille Gray, Taylor Kairys and Beth Thomas. Front Row: Olivia Davidson, Brandon Hallbrook, Kayla Allen, Kirsten Blades and Kalifa Warren.

Special to Dorchester Banner/Board of Education
NDHS students inducted into National Spanish Honor Society are from left, back row: Adamary Karelly Sanchez-Martinez, Marguerite Ross, Taylor Martin, Camille Gray, Taylor Kairys and Beth Thomas. Front Row: Olivia Davidson, Brandon Hallbrook, Kayla Allen, Kirsten Blades and Kalifa Warren.


HURLOCK — On May 13, NDHS World language teachers Benedita Gomes-Wani and Sara Robinson applauded the accomplishments of the 2016 National Spanish Honor Society inductees. This ceremony was North Dorchester’s 6th annual National Spanish Honor Society induction ceremony. The name of chapter is Paloma Sagrada.

President Marguerite Ross and Secretary Kayla Allen performed the ceremony beautifully in front of teachers, peers, and families. Members Adamary Karelly Sanchez-Martinez, and Beth Thomas presented the inductees with honor cords and certificates. The new inductees were: Kirsten Blades, Brandon Hallbrook, Taylor Kairys, and Kalifa Warren.

Every year one student is chosen from the society to receive a gift certificate from the Rose group for Applebee’s family restaurant. This student is chosen for their extra efforts in making sure that the induction ceremony was a success. This year senior Taylor Martin was chosen for her dedication.

In addition, one other student who has shown exceptional dedication to the Spanish language and the study of the cultures is selected and awarded a department plaque and a scholarship in honor of Colombian novelist and short-story writer Gabriel García-Márquez. Adamary Karelly Sanchez-Martinez was presented this award on Senior Awards Night at NDHS.

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