German Students Inducted into Honor Society

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CLEARFIELD – Seventeen students of the Clearfield Area High School German program were inducted into Delta Epsilon Phi, the National German Honor Society, on Monday.

Requirements for membership include having an “A” average after at least three semesters of German and at least an 85 percent cumulative average in all subjects.  Students must also have a clean record of conduct.

Mrs. Barbara Simpson is the German teacher at the CAHS and the advisor of Delta Epsilon Phi.  Superintendent Terry Struble presented new members with their membership certificates.

There are now 41 active members in the honor society.

Seated, from left to right, are Ethan McGraw, Dalton Condon, Justin Fedder, Macy Forrest, Jill Heichel, Sarah Inlow and Breanna Wisor.

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Standing, from left to right, are Jensen Maines, Josh Johnson, Allison Carns, Victoria Ireland, Devynn Ireland, Amanda Williams, Timmy Vaux, Christian Rumery, Jake Wingate and Claire Mikesell.

Also, sophomore student Victoria Ireland was presented with the Award of Excellence by Struble, for having the highest average in German of all new inductees.

Simpson organized the ceremony, which took place in the CHS library.

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