Tristan Gross delivered a check for $75.00 from the EIS Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society to Rich Morgan at the Tappahannock based radio station, WRAR. The NJHS wanted to support the Christmas Wishes program as one of their community projects.
Nineteen 7th and 8th grade students were inducted into the Essex Intermediate School chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. According to the sponsor, Marcy Tignor, this year's applicants were very strong in several of the pillars associated with this organization. To be considered a candidate - a student has to have a 3.0 GPA during their 6th or 7th grade school year. The other four standards include the following:
Leadership * Service * Character * Citizenship
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6th Grade students in Mrs. Layne's class worked in small groups and created different graphic organizers illustrating the different forms of energy. Some of the students created additional illustrations to accompany the graphic organizers to help them remember key vocabulary terms. Students "taught" the class after they completed the assignment - and shared what they learned about energy. They included many triggers and process skills within their lesson.