NJHS Students Visit PAMES

Members of the National Junior Honor Society at Edmund Miles Middle School paid a visit to sixth-graders at Park Avenue Elementary to discuss the honor society program and its requirements.

Under the supervision of NJHS advisor Carlee Wallenstein, the visit is intended to get students poised to enter seventh grade thinking about their academic future by having a successful year in sixth grade.

The NJHS students, donning their signature purple T-shirts, stopped by each sixth-grade classroom in small groups to introduce the program and field any questions. Many of the students raised their hands with questions about the academic rigor of the program, the opportunity to join extracurricular clubs and the overall experience of enrolling in honors-level courses.