Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Timber Creek's National Honor Society Class of 2012-13 is inducted Dec. 4.
Timber Creek National Honor Society advisor Joe Sokolic submitted the following to Gloucester Township Patch: On Dec. 4, the Timber Creek Regional High School National Honor Society chapter inducted 16 seniors and 51 juniors for its 12th annual induction ceremony. These 67 new initiates were joined by 75 returning members. The keynote speaker for the evening was Dr. Phillip Williams. The induction ceremony was led by officers President Torissa Ellerson, Vice President Layne Halliday and Secretary Aisha Desai and NHS members Brennan Boyle, Brianna Golden, Candice Dunn, Brianna Fisher, John Dunbar, Jorge Gonzalez, Rachel Hatch, Matthew Howard, Jonathan Lacey, Kevin Lara, Robert Mfon, and Sonya Patel. The following criteria is required of …
Thursday, February 23, 2012
The high school's National Honor Society brought in 62 eligible units of blood during its annual Valentine's Day blood drive.
The Timber Creek High School National Honor Society joined forces with Community Blood Council of New Jersey Inc. to collect blood from students and staff on Feb. 10. The National Honor Society's annual Valentine's Day blood drive resulted in the collection of 62 eligible units of blood—enough to potentially save 186 lives. Timber Creek cience teacher Joe Sokolic is the school's National Honor Society faculty advisor. In addition to the National Honor Society members, students from Sokolic's first- and eighth-period Anatomy and Physiology classes volunteered their time to this year's blood drive.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
The school's 11th annual National Honor Society induction ceremony saw 61 new members initiated.
The Timber Creek Regional High School National Honor Society welcomed 61 new members during an induction ceremony Tuesday night. The keynote speaker was David Bruno, an assistant professor and English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) Department chairman at Camden County College. Bruno's department aided the National Honor Society's book drive to support an English-language library in impoverished African nation Rwanda. The following criteria is required of junior and senior students for NHS admission: The newly initiated members are: SENIORS Klarque Bishop Cristina Costanzo Daniel Engelbert Sonimi Halliday Alexie He Eric Ho Amylynn Marrero Jeffrey Morgan Nicole Morozin Kristen Ott Dominick Palazzo Alycia Radden Ashley Siegman Marlaina Spaventa …
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Students collected more than 3,000 books to support a public library in war-torn Rwanda.
Timber Creek Regional High School's National Honor Society has collected more than 3,000 books to support a public library in Africa. The Gahini Library Project aims to support one of Rwanda's first public libraries. It was initiated after the Rwandan government officially made English the war-torn, impoverished nation's secondary language, creating an immediate need for English-language books. The local drive was spearheaded by Timber Creek National Honor Society officers Frank Brancati, Genesis Estrada, Brian Goldspiel and Michael Strauch and members Greg Adoff and Zachary Weintraut, according to advisor Joe Sokolic. National Honor Society members placed book drops at various points in the Erial school and asked students and staff …