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National Honor Society Reads to the Children

By Raegan Theisen


On Tuesday, February 28, the high school students in Pierce’s National Honor Society traveled to the elementary school, and while at the elementary, NHS students introduced themselves and then read to the little kids. 

Elementary substitute teacher and retired teacher Mrs. Sharon Shelton says, “I think it’s so important for these high schoolers to come down to the elementary school. The high school students are their role models and are looked up to by many kids.”

The high school students were divided into different groups and then put with different elementary grades. High school students visited ten different classes. 

Keli Shermer, Ashley Wacker, Hadleigh Collison, Skylar Scholting, Morgan Moeller, Aylla Weeder, and Amber Shefl were with the kindergarteners. 

Autumn Lambrecht, Madelyn Hansen, Aubrey Hansen, Dalton Svoboda, Abram Scholting, and Natalie Kosch spent some time with the first graders. 

Haiden Magnussen, Zakary Abler, Travis Emory, Luke Endorf, Kaila Spieker, Brielle Unseld, Emma Risinger, Maggie Painter, Tristan Kuehler, Zachary Meier, Carter Meier, Addison Sporleder, Ava Knox, and Ella Gaes entertained the second graders. 

Kaden Froelich, Matthew Steffen, Keaton Weeder, Dawson Raabe, Benjamin Brahmer, Keenan Valverde, and Colby Anderson were with the third graders. 

Senior Autumn Lambrecht comments, “I love going down to see the little kids. I like to hear all their little stories and what they have to say.”

Senior Tristan Kuehler says, “I really think it’s good for us to go down there and interact with the kids. They could be the future of the National Honor Society, so it’s important for them to see the kinds of things we do.”

NHS students will also be assisting at parent-teacher conferences at the end of the month. 


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