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Hendrick Hudson High School Students Inducted into National Technical Honor Society at PNW BOCES

Congratulations to the six Hendrick Hudson High School students who were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on May 17 at Putnam | Northern Westchester BOCES. The students, from across many different Career and Technical Education programs, represent the embodiment of the values the NTHS espouses.

“Out of more than 1,000 students enrolled in CTE here at BOCES, you have been recognized for excellence in your programs,” said Dr. James Ryan, chief operating officer of PNW BOCES. “I am so pleased to be here tonight to honor your accomplishments.”

Only those students who demonstrate superior personal excellence, honesty, leadership, teamwork, and responsibility are invited into the society. In order to qualify for nomination, students must maintain a 90% average or better in a technical program and maintain an 85% average or higher in their home schools. Students have to go through an application process which includes writing an essay, getting three recommendations, and community service.

The Hen Hud students who were inducted are: Karli Martin, Child Development; Olivia Giordano, Cosmetology; Jenna DiLoreto and Kyra Johnsen, Digital Film & Sound; Kevin Skelly, Microcomputer Technology; and Camille Gibson, Veterinary Science.

NTHS induction