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Sunday, May 19, 2024


Tech School Inducts 42 into Honor Society

By Herald Staff

COURT HOUSE — Forty-two students at the Cape May County Technical High School were recently inducted into the James S. Kilpatrick Chapter of the National Honor Society.
New members are: Ryan McAteer, James Ferguson, John Cunningham, Holly Toft, Tara Mullins, Kylie Smith, Emily Arenberg, Gus Fellenbaum, Robert Kole, Valerie Robertson, Sarah Dever, Eric Harris, Ashley Steelman, Kristi Collemacine, Patrick Slavin, Annelise Buono.
Angelo Walton, James Adams, Natalie Green, Joseph Rogowski, Dana Oberkofer, Zaria Marshall, William Piotrowski, Kalin McVeigh, Alec McAlarnen, Brett Murphy, Sean Holton, Adam Westerland, Jeremy Dearing, Seth Kelly, Steven Harrigan, Nicholas Crippen, Matthew Martorana.
Colleen Bennert, Mitchell Gannon, Benjamin Campbell, Katrina Nicoletta, Michelle Poulopoulos, Nicholas Lanza, Kaitlyn Campbell, Devon Bailey and Bruce Knoll.
National Honor Society members taking part in the ceremony included Jonathan Post, Catherine Herr, Deneen Piotrowski, Jared Smith, Brandon Price, Sarah McDonald, Claire Kane, Sarah Alulis and Alison Romano. Michael Adams, high school principal, and William Ladd, faculty member also participated.
Barbara Yarger is the National Honor Society advisor; Rita King, Hans Toft, Carlos Pruna, Nancy Fissel and William Ladd serve on the faculty council.

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