Fifty-seven Seaford Middle School students with strong academic and civic promise were inducted in National Junior Honor Society. The number reflects an upward trend in membership in recent years, from 24 in 2011 to 46 last year.
“Induction into National Junior Honor Society defines students as hardworking, dedicated learners who are committed to their school and community,” said Seaford Schools Superintendent Brian Conboy. “This is one milestone in what is sure to be many in the lives of these outstanding students.”
Those selected for membership must have a grade-point average of 90 or above and possess scholarship, service leadership, character and citizenship. As members, each student is required to complete six or more service hours per month while maintaining a 90+ average.
The students who achieved the high academic honor include: Christian Alfano; Nicole Anastasiou; Joseph Aquino; Carina Arguelles; Jake Benderman; Dante Botti; Juliana Chiarelli; Alyson Conlon; Arianna Cozzolino; Sophia Dandola; Patrick DeFrancisci; Michael Erhart; Samantha; Fischetto; Pamela Franco; Melissa Garneau; Alexa Giambanco; Evan Groder; Juliana Groder; Kenneth Haskell; Olivia Hertz; Christopher Ho; Joseph Ippoliti; Ryan Koenig; Kayla Kouletsis; Matthew Kreuz; Shawn Leighton; Shaina Lipes; Ryan Lochner; Rebecca Mabey; Kenna MacLean; Tanner Maple; Kayla Marino; Kaitlyn Meyer; Nicole Morafates; April Pensa; Joshua Pinnock; James Poole; Jessica Poole; Jack Robinson; Nicole Rodgers; Stephanie Routledge; Kelly Russell; Alessia Russo; Courtney Sauer; Andrew Saulpaugh; Michael Savio; William Schaeffer; Christina Scialpi; Alexis Silverstein; Ashley Simone; Ruth Sobey; Ashley Soliwoda; Jessica Strong; Michael Tito; Maxwell Trink; Sarah Umstadt and Isabella Valentino.