2013 National Honor Society Inductions

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HonorSociety2013Verona High School inducted 27 juniors and five seniors into the National Honor Society on May 30, 2013. The achievement is based on the student’s scholarship and character, as well as the leadership they have shown and their service to their school and community.

Each student is inducted by a member of the VHS faculty and the teachers’ speeches about the students are a lesson in lives worth celebrating. They chronicle not only the students’ efforts to learn in the classroom, but the steps they have taken beyond the classroom to further than learning. They portray students who manage to manage high grades and leadership in sports and extracurricular activities.

Please click on each student’s name to read about their accomplishments. We will add more speeches as we receive them from the teachers.

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Class Of 2014
Brianna Andolino (inducted by Danielle Mutovic, mathematics)
Parthenia Bogdady (inducted by Jon-Eric Burgess, science)
Madelyn Boyle (inducted by Mark Russo, mathematics)
Nicholas Cariani (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Matthew Carroll (inducted by Alison Quick, language arts)
Luke Catania (inducted by Christopher Tamburro, history)
Phoebe Chu (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Juliana R. Conlon (inducted by Eugenie Mordkovich, world language)
Ciarra Davison (inducted by Eugenie Mordkovich, world language)
Brett Drozdowski (inducted by Christopher Tamburro, history)
Melanie Egan (inducted by Gene Leporati, coach)
Emily Gagliostro (inducted by Alison Quick, language arts)
Soufieh Hakimzadeh (inducted by Janan Wehbeh, science)
Shelley Herman (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Kelly Hogan (inducted by Janan Wehbeh, science)
Jillian Lanese (inducted by Fran Young, language arts)
Dan Li (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Dianka Cassandra Moczula (inducted by Marie Meyer, language arts)
Chelsi Napoli (inducted by Rose Ann Prendergast, science)
Jasmine Okafor (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Daniel Smillie
Alexandra Smith (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Jillian Sprong (inducted by Marie Meyer, language arts)
Christopher Sweeney (inducted by Richard Wertz, math/computer science)
Jane O. Szybist (inducted by Eugenie Mordkovich, world language)
Briana Tedesco (inducted by Jorge Valcarcel, science)
Natalie Wertz (inducted by Janan Wehbeh, science)

Class Of 2013
James Corbett (inducted by Marie Meyer, language arts)
Nicole Farbaniec (inducted by Christopher Tamburro, history)
Laura Hart (inducted by Patricia Hemsley-Cartotto, health and physical education)
Steve Rust
Sydney White (inducted by Alison Quick, language arts)

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Virginia Citrano
Virginia Citranohttps://myveronanj.com
Virginia Citrano grew up in Verona. She moved away to write and edit for The Wall Street Journal’s European edition, Institutional Investor, Crain’s New York Business and Forbes.com. Since returning to Verona, she has volunteered for school, civic and religious groups, served nine years on the Verona Environmental Commission and is now part of Sustainable Verona. She co-founded MyVeronaNJ in 2009. You can reach Virginia at [email protected]

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