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2024 National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society Members

Oswego City School District recently welcomed 37 new members into the National Honor Society as well as 26 new members into the National Junior Honor Society.
Oswego High School NHS has donated hundreds of dollars from their treasury this year to local causes, and they held fundraisers and campaigns to benefit a variety of groups including The Human Concerns Center food pantry of Oswego, the Department of Social Services diaper drive, Blessings in a Backpack and to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital through their No Shave November fundraiser, as well as a letter writing campaign for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital where to-date, Oswego High School has raised more than $55,000.
National Honor Society Advisor Kayley Morse said, “All of this group's generosity is in addition to NHS members’ involvement as volunteers at everything from youth sports tournaments to camp counselors; from guides at OHS freshman orientation to tutors in the Learning Lab, and much, much more.”
National Honor Society inductees were: Devin Allen, Hannah Barbera, Eli Belawske, Laura Bennett , Peyton Bond , Addison Britt, Daniel Callen, Allison Canale, Caityln Colosurdo, Michael Conzone, Grace Dawson , Nia Evans , Kadae Hunley, Olivia Kapuscinski, Michael Kaye , Leah Kelly  , Olivia Kurilovitch, Leonard Lin, Lylah Lukowski, Natalee Miller, Ethan Munger, Elliot Newell, Leah Norton, Aaron O’Brien, Julia Pearson, Grant Romanowski, Andrew Shaver, Alina Sykut, Cooper Therrien, Cali Tice, Zachary Truell, Xavier Vasquez, Jillian Wallace, Gabriella Warner, Molly Wells, Allanie White and Brodie Wood.
It is our honor to work with your children every day at the Oswego Middle School,” said Oswego Middle School Principal Mary Beth Fierro during the NJHS Induction. “Inductees, this is only the beginning for you. You are leaders amongst your peers, and that leadership comes with great responsibility to make well-thought-out decisions.”
National Junior Honor Society inductees were: Natalie Breitbeck, Olivia Brockway, Phiona Buck, Yarileysha Carrasquillo-Rodriguez, Nate Chetney, Keri Chodubski, Sophie Decaire, Everett Farella, Jillian Flood, Caroline Furlong, Damian Goodnough, Adalynne Green, Audrie Hunter, Lucas Kelly, Nina King, Rowan Mott, Calista Nichols, Meghana Nimmagadda, Logan O’Connor, Mason Pippin, Kendyl Ruggio, Trevor Schell, Lucas Shaffner, Isabella Solazzo, Jonathan Stahl and Priya Ware.

“Your commitment to learning will provide you with light which will guide your understanding of the past, present and future,” said Superintendent of Schools Raymond W. Kilmer, Ed.D. “Leadership isn’t just being in charge. Leadership is the culmination of characteristics that allow us to reach our individual goals and provide support to others as they reach their own. This room is filled with future leaders of our schools, communities and country.”
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