Channel View Inducts NHS Members
On Thursday, April 14 CVSR inducted 34 new students into the National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society. In order to be eligible, students must maintain an 85 GPA as well as have demonstrated being positive role-models in the CVSR community. Other requirements include community service hours and recommendation by a teacher.
The guest speaker was Steven Pivnik from the Binary Tree, which is a software company worldwide that specializes in migrating e-mails. He urged students to participate in sports, look ahead to the future and to make the right choices in life. Principal Patricia J. Tubridy addressed students, parents and staff, encouraging them to continue promoting the positive culture in the school both academically and behaviorally. Nataly Tarnarider, Advisor of the National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society chapters, reflected on the productive year that the chapter had, including community service projects, fundraising and the positive role that the students played in the school community. She challenged the new members to continue following the guidelines set forth by the National Honor Society Code to continue to improve the school culture and to become productive citizens of society. In total, CVSR has over 80 students who are currently members of both chapters.