French and Spanish Honor Societies Induct at Suffield High School

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Photo by Lindsey Kasperski

New members of the French and Spanish Honor Societies line up on stage after receiving their certificates at the cermony on April 4.

On April 4, the World Language Honor Society at Suffield High School held its annual induction ceremony for new members of the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica and Société Honoraire de Français. In recognition of high academic achievement in the study of French and Spanish, the following students were inducted into the respective societies:

French: Madelyn Bombard, Lucie Casinghino, David Gadomski, Savanah Hulevitch, Yunni Hwang, Akshita Jindal, Solveig Lindeland, Vincenzo Marmo, Jacob Ofsuryk, Akash Patel, Thomas Remington, Audrey Sevigny, Olivia Sevigny, Fletcher Seymour, Anthony York, and Haley Young.

Spanish: Felix Antwi-Mensah, Brian Bussolari, Cam Begley, Charles Brydges, Zachary Bugli, Samantha DeKemper, Olivia DeLuca, Aiden Dultz, Sydney Eitel, Hayley Gadomski, Tyler Gazdzik, Kaleb Gleeson, Peter Gleason, Destiny Gonzalez, Abby Halasi-Kun, Georges Harfouche, Kaylee Hart, Emily Lasneski, Sabrina Lin, Lyric MacDonald, Hailee Mailloux, Sreekeerthi Manusreekantamurthygari, Hannah Marshaus, Samuel Potter, Jennifer Radulski, Claudio Santaniello, Julianna Service, Karissa Stanio, Brooke Sullivan, Miriam Taub, Olivia Tibbetts, Genevieve Valvo, and Gabriella Vargas-Blanchard.

The World Language Honor Society is a dynamic group of dedicated students who share a common mission of promoting enthusiasm for language learning and appreciation for cultural diversity. In the last few years, the Society has established strong presence in the school due to various cultural celebrations it organizes annually, such as the Hispanic Heritage Month, National French Week and World Languages Week. Each event is a project involving many members of the Society, as they work in committees to execute specific tasks, such as school decoration, morning announcements, or school-wide contests and activities. Throughout the year, the Society’s members have opportunities to develop leadership qualities, organizational and communication skills, as well as personal interests and talents.

Congratulations to all new members and good luck in future linguistic and cultural endeavors! 

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