Spanish students inducted into honor society

December 28, 2012

Sussex Technical High School inducted 26 initiates into the Spanish Honor Society during morning ceremonies Dec. 4. Members of the Spanish Honor Society must have completed three semesters of Spanish with a 93 percent and have maintained a 90 percent overall average. Once inducted, members must be actively enrolled in Spanish and volunteer 10 hours of community service during the school year directly benefitting the Latino community.

Shown, top row center, is current member of the Spanish Honor Society Vinny Capodanno, vice president, Lewes. Standing (fourth row, l-r) are current members Taylor Hatfield, Georgetown; Caly Bones, Georgetown; Megan Parkhurst, editor, Milton; Hannah Powers, president, Georgetown; Lacey Perdue, treasurer, Millsboro; Tori Hearn, secretary, Seaford; Hannah Menendez, Georgetown; A.J. Green, Millsboro; Travis Anderson, Seaford; and Sra. Brooke Clark, advisor.

Seated in third row are initiates Bansri Patel, Seaford; Breanna Phulesar, Laurel; Marc Samaha, Milford; Kate Schroeder, Bridgeville; Lauren Shapley Seaford;  Alayna Villa, Georgetown; and Natea Welch, Greenwood. In second row, Kalene Garrison, Bridgeville; Marymar Gonzalez, Milton; Shannon Lecates, Seaford; Chelsea LeCates, Seaford; Christina Mahaffie, Lewes; Shelby McBroom, Bridgeville; Mallory Metzner, Lewes; and Erica Parkhurst, Milton. In front row Katelyn Barcus, Georgetown; Zachary Cannon, Seaford; Christopher Clifton, Bridgeville; Daniel Crowell, Georgetown; Henson Destine, Seaford; Nhu Do, Seaford; Alexa Fetty, Laurel; and Larissa Furtado, Millsboro.

Missing from photo are initiates Brenna Gause, Harbeson, and Gene Wildonger, Seaford, and members Jessenia Carranza, Milford, and Julia Hawkins, Georgetown.


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