The National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) is an organization whose purpose is to promote the ideals of honesty, service to others, leadership, career development, and skilled workmanship. Membership in the society is the highest scholastic honor awarded for excellence in workforce education in America.
The G. Frank Russell Technology Center recently inducted fifty-five students into their chapter of the NTHS. Students seated front row left to right are Nayeli Martinez Vazquez, Crystal Tepetate Hernandez, Giselle Bernabe, Niaget Butler, Collin Scates, Tyra Cason, Octavia Williamson, and Leonora Poroj Menchu. Seated second row left to right are Shania Anderson, Christina Moton, India Rice, Frank Hagen, Koryasia Moore, Isabella Hall, Caroline George, Lillian Putman, and Lauren Knierim. Back row seated are Jake Abernathy, Andrew Polatty, Madison Stoddard, Lauren Fingar, Zoee Davis, Rebekah Darrah, Campbell, Vickery, and Jasmine Witt, Standing left to right are Tammy Robinson, Takiya Hunt, Haylee Rush, Ansley Bain, Bradley Scott, Emory Britt, Patrick Festa, CamRon Jackson, Reid Stevens, Jaymes Graham, Nicholas Darragh, Sara Marbert, Zykiera Lockhart, Sarah Summers, and Erin Young. Absent from the picture were Courtney Bice, Madison Silcox, Brenden Sparks, Brandon Vences, Ben Culbertson, Ashlyn Hinton, Chandler Shirley, Will Corley, Darby Hopkins, Claudia McManus, Kavya Patel, Abigail Shelley, Maddy Lopez De Leon, Gracie Stone, and Brett Pate.