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      Southern Garrett

      High School

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      Slider image 1 of 7. Pictures of Students in Word SGHS
      Slider image 2 of 7. Pictures of Students in Word RAMS
      Slider image 3 of 7. Band during parade
      Slider image 4 of 7. Homecoming court
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      Slider image 6 of 7. Autumn Glory King and Queen
      Slider image 7 of 7. Students of the Month

      National Honor Society

       

      Southern HS National Honor Society Website
       
       
      Guidelines and Information--2020-2021 (NHS Guidelines and Information for 2020-2021)
       
      The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since its beginning in 1921.
      Today, it is estimated that over one million students participate in activities of the NHS and its middle level counterpart, the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS). NHS chapters are found in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and many U.S. Territories and Canada. Chapter membership not only recognizes students for their accomplishments, but challenges them to develop further through active involvement in school activities and providing community service.
       
      NHS Membership Criteria
      Membership in the National Honor Society is more than just an honor roll. The National Honor Society chapter establishes rules for membership that are based upon a student's outstanding performance in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. These four criteria for selection form the foundation upon which the organization and its activities are built. The selection process and criteria are established by the Faculty Council of Southern Garrett High School for the Foster D. Bittle Chapter of the National Honor Society. The Faculty Council is appointed annually by the Principal. The process towards membership begins with the nomination process, proceeds to Probationary membership, and ends with Induction into the National Honor Society. Students in either the 11th or 12th grade who meet the scholarship criteria, a cumulative weighted grade point average of 3.7, are nominated for membership to the National Honor Society in the fall of the school year. The grade point average is taken from the end of the prior school year. This grade criteria is also used for determination of probationary membership and full membership. Once accepted into probationary membership, students are required to meet criteria in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Please contact the Foster D. Bittle Chapter Advisors Ms. Heather Savage (heather.savage@garrettcountyschools.org) and Ms. Bethany Custer (bethany.custer@garrettcountyschools.org) with any questions.
       

      NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2021

      The Foster D. Bittle Chapter of the National Honor Society advisors, Bethany Custer and Heather Savage, welcomed 62 juniors and seniors into membership at the Fifty-Sixth Induction Ceremony held Saturday, April 10th and Sunday, April 11th.

      "We regretted that we could not hold a traditional Induction ceremony last spring for our current seniors," advisor Heather Savage said. "Ms. Custer and I were so pleased to be able to offer a ceremony to these seniors and their families this spring, and then to also formally induct the 2021 group to commemorate their hard work through their high school career."

      A private ceremony was held for each student and his/her family. The 2020 and 2021 Induction Classes were presented with a yellow rose and wore the blue stole of the National Honor Society during the ceremony.
      "The hard work of all of our seniors and juniors does not go unrecognized. They have been active members in our school and community, not just in academic endeavors but in service as well. We wish them the best of luck in their future," Savage said.

      The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, National Honor Society serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

       

      Lacey Miller

      National Honor Society President Lacey Miller, senior

       

      Mrs. Savage and Kyus Spencer

      Advisor Heather Savage and senior Kyus Spencer

       

      Advisor Bethany Custer and junior Emilia Germain

      Advisor Bethany Custer and junior Emilia Germain

       

      Junior Bryce Richter

      Junior Bryce Richter
       

       

      Seniors and juniors recognized at the 2021 ceremony:
      Alexander, Gabriel Brannon
      Argabrite, Lillian Grace
      Beeman, Jalen Dakotah
      Bishoff, Sophia Renee
      Bittinger, Meghan Paige
      Burgess, Kendall Brooke
      Casey, Ashlee Monroe
      Catulle, Kelli Grace
      Davis, Brooke Ashleigh
      Davis, Julia Grace
      Dawson, Lucia Victoria
      Dong, Zhou Yuan
      Germain, Emilia Jane
      Graham, Emilee Jade
      Grove, Anna Grace
      Helms, Emily Morgan
      Holland, Brooke Emily
      Horner, Emma Rose
      Kealy, Brogan Patrick
      Kerr, Kiersten Michelle
      King, John Trevor
      Lewis, Serena Dawn
      May, Nakayla Starr
      Mayle, Randi Diane
      Miller, Jarrett Michael
      Miller, Lacey Elizabeth
      Miller, Makayla Nicole
      Mullins, Jordyn Lyn
      Nazelrod, Hana Liberty
      Ours, Catherine Darlene
      Plessinger, Gracie Lynn
      Pudlak, Dylan Thomas
      Pysell, Emily Kate
      Reall, Whitney Faith
      Rhodes, Aaliyah Dawn
      Richard, Koley Frances
      Richter, Joshua Bryce
      Rose, Mary Elizabeth Brooke
      Sadowski, Lillian Grace
      Savage, Madeleine Claire
      Schmidt, Lilah Jo
      Schofield, Alexandra Leigh
      Schwab, Aiden Leonard
      Sisler, Evan Gregory
      Sisler, Jayden Lynsey
      Skipper, Elisha Gray
      Snyder, Cambria Nicole
      Spencer, Kyus Xander
      Teets, Tony Mark
      Thomas, Emmalie Nicole
      Tichnell, Morgan Elizabeth
      Torrisi, Arianna Belle
      Upole, Isaac Blake
      Utterback, Quintin Edward
      Warne, Olivia Paige
      Warnick, Jordyn Shea
      Weeks, Alayna Richelle
      Wilson, Kierra Anae
      Wilt, Leah Elizabeth
      Wilt, Mckenzie Paige
      Wise, Mallory Nicole
      Wolf, Teresa Marie
      Wood, Natalie Brooke

      NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 2020

      The Foster D. Bittle Chapter of the National Honor Society celebrates the graduation of 43 senior members from Southern Garrett High School. Five seniors were inducted virtually into membership due to the cancelation of the ceremony which would have been the Fifty-Fifth Induction Ceremony this spring.


      "We regret that we could not hold a traditional Induction ceremony this past spring for our new members, juniors and seniors alike," advisor Heather Savage said.


      The senior National Honor Society members conducted their annual canned food drive for the House of Hope in December and a highly successful Operation Christmas Child campaign in the fall. Both of these endeavors engaged the participation of students throughout the school.


      "The hard work of all of our seniors does not go unrecognized. They have been active members in our school and community, not just in academic endeavors but in service as well. We wish them the best of luck in their future."


      The five seniors newly inducted in the spring were Landon Custer, Julia Gamber, Kaelyn Glotfelty, Samuel Kennedy and Kimberly Stemple.

       

      Senior Landon Custer attends Loch Lynn Church of God, where he has served as a youth camp counselor and taught drum lessons. He also serves as a member of the church’s worship team. Landon is a past member of the Southern Garrett Pep Band, where he supported the basketball team’s run for the state championship for the past two seasons. As a sophomore, he competed as a member of Envirothon. Landon plans to study computer science at Garrett College in the fall and then transfer to Liberty University to study music. Landon is the son of Coit and Melissa Custer of Oakland.

       
      Senior Julia Gamber is a past member of the school newspaper staff. Julia has donated her time and service to local nursing homes and after school programs. In the fall, Julia plans to study marine biology at Coastal Carolina. Julia is the daughter of Erin Mowery of Berkeley Springs and Jason Gamber of Frostburg.
       

      Senior Kaelyn Glotfelty is a past member of the school newspaper staff and an active member of the FIRST FRC team 1629 where she has served as safety captain. She has devoted many hours to FIRST robotics in service and the school theater program’s Haunted Hayride. Kaelyn is an active member of Brenda’s Body Shop. Kaelyn would like to study computer science in the fall at Garrett College and then move on to a four-year university. Kaelyn is the daughter of James and Diane Glotfelty of Oakland.

       

      Senior Samuel Kennedy is a member of the Ram baseball and cross country teams. He was a leader in RBIs his freshman year in baseball and was awarded the coaches award his junior year in cross country. He competed in Model UN as a sophomore and in the math competition as a junior. Samuel also served as the Autumn Glory King in the fall of 2019. Samuel is also a member of Saint Mark’s Lutheran Church where he serves as an acolyte. As a member of the Ryan‘s Glade 4H Club, he has served as a junior leader. Samuel has over 100 hours in service with the blind skiers program, his church, the Southern Garrett Athletic Association and youth basketball. Samuel plans to study mechanical engineering at Ohio University in the fall. Samuel is the son of Audrey Kennedy and Mike Kennedy of Oakland.


      Senior Kimberly Stemple serves as the editor of the school yearbook. She has also donated many hours to Samantha Funding the Arts, Oak Park Church of the Brethren soup kitchen and the town of Mountain Lake Park. After she graduates, Kimberly plans to attend Garrett College to earn her associate degree in general studies and then advance to a four-year institution. She is interested in pursuing a degree in mortuary science or possibly social work. Kimberly is the daughter of Missy and William Stemple, both of Oakland.

       

      The chapter plans to conduct an induction ceremony to celebrate the twenty-six new junior members in the fall semester that follows state guidelines.

      "The juniors will have a unique opportunity to help design their Induction ceremony. Normally, the seniors conduct the program for the incoming members with the help of the advisor but this group will be able to play a larger role in what they would like their ceremony to look like, following any state guidelines in place at that time," Savage said.


      The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, National Honor Society serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.

       

      Previously inducted Class of 2020 senior members:

      2019 NHS

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      These seniors were inducted into membership in the spring of 2019 as juniors. Front Row: Mariah Bolden, Harleigh Wildesen, Jocelyn Fredlock, Madison Sweitzer, Kristen Massey, Jessica McClurg(2019 graduate), Emilee Tasker, Laina Holler, Andie Ward, Josilyn Evans, Bailey Skiles, Historian Lillia Rose, Hailie DeWitt, Sara Manley

      Middle row: President Zachary Rohrbaugh, Treasurer Nicholas Davis, Miranda Dillsworth (2019 graduate), Carmen Smith, Caleb Friend, Jacob Nazelrod, Kaysi Todd, Bryson Wilt, Caid Andrews, Andrew Helbig, Corey Ashby, Holly Buckley

      Back Row: Nathan Spiker, Eldon Stemple, Jacob Sweitzer, Brayden Warnick, Madison Prudnick, Jocelyn Schoch, Emma Rush, Kerri Kordyban, Cheyenne Reckart, Vice President Katherine Catulle, Tia DeGiovanni, Secretary Daniel Nickel

      Not pictured: Madison Embleton, Alexx Grady

       

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