Rush City students join NHS family

Eighteen students were inducted into Rush City High School’s National Honor Society during a ceremony Monday night, Dec. 2, inside the high school auditorium. Photos supplied

These 18 students were inducted into Rush City High School’s National Honor Society during a ceremony Monday night, Dec. 2, inside the high school auditorium. Seated, from left: Brandon Koehnle, Stacy Johnson, Sara Johnson, Hannah Fleischhacker, Joseph Broding, Jessica Bottomley, Brittany Bergren, Keanna Belau and Emily Anderson. Standing, from left: Payton Ramberg, Hannah Pavek, Kyle Nelson, Kevin Nelson, Kayla Nelson, Sydney Manske, Joseph Laursen, Tristan Larsin and Zeth Langworthy. Rush City High School principal Brent Stavig welcomes Brandon Koehnle to the National Honor Society family at Rush City High School. Kayla Nelson accepts her place among Rush City High’s National Honor Society while Superintendent Vern Koepp congratulates her on stage. Stavig congratulating NHS inductee Brittany Bergren during the ceremony Monday night, Dec. 2. NHS advisor Maureen Guentzel sharing a few words to the new inductees. RCHS student and NHS member Caleb Swanson lights a ceremonial candle during the Dec. 2 ceremony. Brent Stavig, principal of Rush City High School, gives a speech at the NHS induction ceremony. The entire NHS family at Rush City High School.
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These 18 students were inducted into Rush City High School’s National Honor Society during a ceremony Monday night, Dec. 2, inside the high school auditorium. Seated, from left: Brandon Koehnle, Stacy Johnson, Sara Johnson, Hannah Fleischhacker, Joseph Broding, Jessica Bottomley, Brittany Bergren, Keanna Belau and Emily Anderson. Standing, from left: Payton Ramberg, Hannah Pavek, Kyle Nelson, Kevin Nelson, Kayla Nelson, Sydney Manske, Joseph Laursen, Tristan Larsin and Zeth Langworthy.