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Basic Education Students Admitted to Honor Society

December 15, 2015 -- Twelve CNM Adult Basic Education students were admitted into the National Adult Education Honor Society (NAEHS ) on Dec. 8. The students have the distinction of being CNM’s first inductees into the society that was founded to provide meaningful recognition to deserving students studying Literacy, English as a Second Language, and High School Equivalency courses.
Basic Education Students Admitted to Honor Society

Dec 15, 2015

The students honored were Salim Ansari, Celia Arias de Munoz, Matthew Belden, Antonio Cervantes Leon, Karina I. Cordero, Sawsan El Sayed, LeeRoy Flores, Claudia Guajardo, Griselda Quezada, Najma Sharifi, Sergio Tello, and Gisya Variany. To qualify for NAEHS membership students must demonstrate dependable attendance, cooperative attitude and a strong work ethic. In addition, all of these students have shown remarkable perseverance in achieving their educational goals.

The ceremony was held at the Smith-Brasher Auditorium, with Jesse Lovato serving as master of ceremonies and director of Adult Basic Education. Carol Culver and SAGE Dean LouAnne Lundgren officiated.

The students were awarded a NAEHS Society certificate, a recommendation letter from NAEHS headquarters for employment and promotion purposes and a recommendation letter for financial assistance, should the students wish to continue their education. 

Family members and friends of each student helped with the pinning of an honor society lapel pin during the ceremony.  Finally, students were reminded that they are lifetime members of the NAEHS.  A celebratory reception for the students, their families, friends and teachers followed the event.