Students named to honor society at Barnes County North

They met a number of criteria to receive the honor.

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Jayden Samek, center, a member of the Barnes County North Public School's chapter of the North Dakota Honor Society, is pictured with the most recent students named to the honor society, from left, Charlotte Mueller, Matayia Thompson, (Samke), Allison Bryn and Shanara Lint.
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On Thursday, Oct. 13, Allison Bryn, Shanara Lint, Charlotte Mueller and Matayia Thompson were inducted into the Barnes County North chapter of North Dakota Honor Society. They join Jayden Samek, who was inducted into the chapter last year.

These students were eligible because they have maintained at least a 3.5 GPA with no Ds or Fs during their high school career, have done community service within the school, community or church, have taken extra or advanced coursework, and are true leaders within the school.

All academically eligible students do not make the honor society. They must apply. The application process requires two letters of recommendation, involvement in co-curricular activities, academics, community service and leadership, along with a well-written essay to earn the points needed for induction.

Once in the honor society, the group decides on community service projects to complete each year as a requirement to maintain their membership, along with maintaining the guiding principles of scholarship, leadership, service and character.

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