NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION


NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTION
The NRMPS Career Technical Education (CTE) department celebrated the accomplishments of hundreds of seniors from Nash Central High School, Northern Nash High School, Rocky Mount High School and Southern Nash High School during the 2013 National Technical Honor Society induction held IN March at the Nash Community College Brown Auditorium. Seniors were led in a candle-lighting ceremony by a select group of their peers and had their names called by their schools’ principals as they received a certificate and pin from Pam Lewis, Director of CTE, and Leroy Hartsfield, Assistant Superintendent of Student Services. In order to be named a member of the National Technical Honor Society, students must: be a senior, maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA, be a completer of a CTE cluster, have completed or be currently enrolled in at least a fifth CTE unit, maintain an average of 93 or higher in all CTE courses, have completed Common Core Math III and have a recommendation from their CTE teacher.  Pictured, students take the National Technical Honor Society Oath during a ceremony in March. These students represent the top Career Technical Education (CTE) students in the school district. (Contributed photo)