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Cranford High School Inducts 67 New Students into National Honor Society for World Languages

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CRANFORD, NJ – Cranford High School held its National Honor Society Induction Ceremony for the Cranford High School World Languages Department on Monday, June 5. Sixty-seven new students were inducted and previously inducted seniors received graduation cords.

Students were inducted into Société Honoraire de Français, the National French Honor Society, Delta Epsilon Phi, the National German Honors Society,  the National Japanese Honor Society, the National Latin Honor Society, and Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica, the National Spanish Honor Society.

The list of award recipients can be read below.

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2016- 2017 Société Honoraire de Français Inductees:

Charlotte Celikyol, Emma DeBole, Michael DiFabrizio, Mallory Fries, William Garbarini, Matthew Goodlander-Karant, Ethan Haughey, Madison Howells, Gabrielle Litterio, Anne Politano, Claire Rayball, Katherine Riggins, Natasha Salvati, Alexandra Savarese, Tyler Swisher and Maeve Touhey

Previously inducted senior receiving her graduation cord: Emily Arcuri

 

2016-2017 Delta Epsilon Phi Inductees:

Ryan Abrahamsen, Julia Butka, Paul DeBole, Zachary Gesslein, Patrick Hoey, Virginia Saionz, Anya Scher and Joseph Silano

Seniors receiving their graduation cords: Ryan Abrahamsen, Connor Fitch, Rebekah DeMelo, Nicole Ragno, Ben Romero, Zachary Gesslein, Sean O’Beirne, Roy Walton, Thomas Armstrong, Jordan Sherwood, Rebecca Piassek, Jessie Nalepa and Molly Swanson

National German Exam Award Winners Achievement Award: Alyssa Fieiger, Andrew Tessitore, Anthony Graziano, Sarah Pardal, Lucia Pizarro

National German Exam Award Winners Bronze Award: Olivia Chandler and Kerry Pollock

National German Exam Award Winners Gold Award: Connor Fitch

 

2016-2017 Japanese National Honor Society Inductees:

Charles Bernstein, Alannah Clarke, William Clinton, Meg Cui, Elizabeth Farkas, Joshua Lawrence and Michael Vicencio

Previously inducted seniors receiving their graduation cords:  Renée Draper, Jessica Heyburn, Nia Jerome , Fallon Morrison, Steven O’Donnell, Sarah Roberts, Emma Rothman, Christopher Scorse and Sarah Sterling

 

2016-2017 National Latin Honor Society Inductees:

Keith Brown, Jeremy Hunt, Nicholas Moore, Gracie Powasnik, Matthew Serkin, Sydney Sherburne, Katherine Stochel, Peyton Teel, Grace Varga, Emily Wilson

Previously inducted seniors receiving their graduation cords: Adam Czyrsznic, Taylor Grant, Catherine Hoffman, Gavin Krebs, Mario Lancellotti, Anabelle Malamug, Kathryn Marotta, Spencer Pascal, Andrew Robertson, Anne Stochel and Mallory Vollbrecht

 

2016-2017 Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Inductees:

Georgia Beshar, Kelley Chan, Bailey Coan, Madeline DeBaro, Gianna Fallone, Caroline Kelly , Kristin Liloia, Julia LoGuidice, Grace Markham, Catherine McCarthy, Erica Moreno, Katelyn Norman, Matthew Norman, Taylor Reitzel, Andrew Rojo, Layla Serna, Isabella Stoto and Elizabeth Walter

Previously inducted seniors receiving their graduation cords:Lauren Byrne, Taylor Canfora, Ally Hughes, Alannah Iacovano and Victoria Pardo    

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