2012-04-27 / Community

Induction ceremony held for World Languages Honor Society

The South Portland High School World Languages Honor Society last month inducted 47 new members during a ceremony March 14. The group’s membership is now at 82. Students who received honors this year included American Sign Language students Will Andrews, Elizabeth Canarie, Lauren Christie, Shannon Macvane, Nicole Fitzgerald, Taylor Grant, Nathaniel Johnson Katelyn Nickerson, Jocelyn Miller, Alice Ricks, Antonio Roberts, Taryn Richards, Jenna Susi and Kelsey Witham; French students honored were Ashley Biggs, Emma Dadmun, Paige Doane, Jessy Francois, Samantha Fuller, Elizabeth Grant,Sonita Hav, Kateri Jeffery, Anna Kavanagh, Maxwell Knutsen, Jill Legere, Emily Masters, Sarah Mileson, Son Nguyen, Ryan Pelletier, Er Li Peng, Jenna Wing andBrianna Woodward. Latin students who received honors were Chapin M. Barlett, Joe Bigbee, Danielle N. Bergner, Lindsay Cannon, Sirena S. Depaolo, Marion Fearing, Jamie L. Fisher, Grace Keiter, Charles M. Key, Jon M. Roberts, Angela M. Tirabassi and Emma Tremblay. Spanish students honored include Akossiwa Alognon, Siobhan Baker, Conor Beck, Jackson Beck, William Bushey, Ben Burkey, Dillon Burns,

Dillon Burns, Elizabeth Canarie, Calvin Carr, Sean Duong, Lani Edwards, Ryan Ely, Keirstan Field, Daniel Fonseca, Nathaniel Fox, Iris SanGiovanni, Nicole Grant, Taylor Grant, Kailey Hannigan, RoryAlice Hoecker, Matthew LaBerge, Naja Lake, Bao Loc, Elisa Martin, James Merkel, Andrew Mills, Daniel Medici, Cody Munson, Thuy Nguyen, Abby Onos, Aleina Peluso, Sam Peluso, Lauren Purdy, Jaclyn Salevsky, Derek Tannoia, Zoe Trout, Madeline Twomey and Brian Weden.The honor society is comprised of French, Latin or Spanish students who are juniors or seniors in their third, fourth or fifth year of same language study who have maintained a 93 average or higher for five consecutive semester. Honor Society American Sign Language students may be sophomores, juniors or seniors who have maintained a 93 or higher academic standard for six consecutive quarters.

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