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 NTHS is the highest scholastic honor awarded for excellence in workforce education in America.
The G. Frank Russell Technology Center recently inducted forty-four students into their chapter of the NTHS. Students seated front row left to right are Salem Sartin, Gabrielle Booker, Anna Cavanaugh, Iyana Evans-Brown, Alyssa Lindley, Len’naja Wright, Heaven Leigh Smith, and Jonaria Hamilton. Seated second row left to right are Ryanna Moore, Laken Fulmer, Alexia Smith, Jasmine Creswell, Sarah Darrah, Mary Lawrence, Clary Pederson, and Courtney Robertson. Seated back row left to right are Kya Dye, Tia Norman, Zyesha Martin, Taylor Reier, and Maria Norberto. Standing left to right are Layton Logan, Stone Strickland, Joseph Dickey, Clayton Pinson, Kydre Brown, Joshua Dibari, Taylor McDowell, and John Roberson. Absent from the picture were Bryson Belk, Joe Benjamin, Bennett Charles, Connor Clifton, Sahara Dimiati, Carlie Gibert, Bryson Mock, Rachel Peeler, Jennifer Pineda, Kaycee Pruitt, Kendall Ridlehuber, Katelyn Tuck, Katherine Tucker, Christian Watley, and Lendy Westmoreland .