NHS Tapping breakfast
On Monday, 58 juniors and seniors got a pleasant surprise in their 11th period class.
The National Honor Society performed their annual tapping ceremony, in which the current NHS members go to the classrooms of invited members and give them a ribbon and invitation to a tapping breakfast on Tuesday morning.
NHS is a nationwide academic and service oriented group dedicated to volunteer work and high academic standards. The group does volunteer work at the two Perrysburg High School blood drives, elementary school events, and countless other projects throughout the year.
Each year, they welcome new members in March. An official induction ceremony will be conducted at the end of April or early May.
At the tapping breakfast, new inductees sat beside current members. They listened to speeches from current president Carter Adams, vice president Miranda Frank, and Treasurer Patrick Wang, as well as Principal Michael Short and English teacher Nicole Kosewick.
Each welcomed the incoming members to the NHS and congratulated them on their hard work and academic dedication that it took to get to this point.