18 inducted into National Honor Society
The roll of the Lincoln County High School National Honor Society (NHS) saw a huge jump in numbers recently, with the induction of 18 juniors.
NHS officers Taylor Floyd, president, Isabella Walker, vice-president, and Kaycie Bandura, secretary, presided over the Oct. 26 induction ceremony.
To be considered for induction, juniors must maintain a GPA of 3.75 or above and exude strong character, service and leadership as well as scholarship.
The 2016-17 inductees are: David Brock, Rayanna Brock, Reed Campbell, Brittany Cummins, Madelyn Day, Rachel Delk, Jaycee Elliott, Carmen Green, Madisen Hinkle, Adie Hogue, Noah Horton, Emma Kaiser, Emily Mason, Sarah Mayberry, Katelyn McWhorter, Roby Mullins, Chandler Otto and Brady Patterson.
Lincoln’s NHS advisors are Dawn Day and Kelly Mullins.