Whs Students Honored

School update

January 15, 1992

WESTMINSTER — Faculty members at Westminster High selected Jamie Naile, Alice Tromble, Tim Dutterer and Jack Morton as Students of the Month for December.

Jamie Naile, a senior, was chosen by the physical education department for his attendance and leadership qualities.

Junior Alice Tromble, a varsity cheerleader and member of Students Against Drunk Driving, was chosen by the driver's education department for being a conscientious student and showing excellent leadership qualities.

The health department selected freshman Tim Dutterer for his leadership skills in class and among his peers. Teachers saidhe completes his assignments with persistence, diligence and excellence.

Jack Morton, senior, was chosen by the mathematics departmentfor his talent and interest in the sciences. He is enrolled in numerous math classes and receives high honors in calculus class, according to his teachers.

Each of these students will receive a dinner with the Kiwanis Club, which sponsors the Student of the Month program.

HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTIONS

DATELINE: WESTMINSTER

WESTMINSTER -- Westminster High's chapter of the National Honor Society had its winter inductions Dec. 7 in the school auditorium.

Entertainment for the evening was provided by juniors Sue Habler and Jen Minchik, and social studies teacher Carol Richardson was the guest speaker.

Inductees were seniors Adam Fuhr, Gayle Horichs, Angela Markle, Jennifer Myers, Moonjung Nam, Christopher Pond, Kara Price, Barbara Tremper and Jill Yanke.

Honorary inductees were Therese Fasko, Nieves Gomez, Caroline Maillet, Jens Rakowski, Jari Selin and Niina Tuominen.

In other school news, three members of the Amateur Radio Club recently passed their Morse code and theory tests to become licensed radio operators.

Freshman Aaron Crawford, sophomore Mike Esworthy and senior Jenelle Hooper are the first students to pass the test this year. Theyare now preparing for the test for technical class operators, a license that allows expanded privileges on the VHF bands.

Several other students will be taking the initial exam in the spring.

The clubhas a complete radio station, donated by the Carroll County Amateur Radio Club.

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