Triton Regional High School will induct 14 juniors and seniors into the National Honor Society tomorrow during a ceremony at 7 p.m. in the school auditorium. Superintendent Christopher Farmer and Principal Kathryn Dawe will address parents, students and the night’s guest speaker, high school English teacher and track coach Joseph Colbert.
Inductees are Sam Auwerda, Michaela Dunn, Laura Frackiewiecz, Henryk Jankowski, Nicole Indingaro, Jonathan Kovach, Julie McGrath, Jason Plumer, Alexa Reilly, Casey Ross, Devon Shuman, Madison Solomon, Madison Williams and Michael Woodbury.
Students are invited to apply for the National Honor Society based on their grade point average, student adviser Kathy Norton said. Then, they have to complete an extensive application and receive high recommendations from six of their teachers from the previous year. Students are evaluated on academics, character, leadership and community service involvement.
“We are extremely proud of all these students,” Norton said. “This is quite an accomplishment.”
Triton students from the performing arts and community service clubs will be honoring local senior citizens by hosting a holiday breakfast on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the high school library. High school students from all grades will serve a variety of breakfast foods to the seniors from Rowley, Newbury and Salisbury, and then entertain them with a special holiday concert that will include band and choir members. All senior citizens from Triton towns are invited to attend. Transportation is available for many through their local Council on Aging.
The Rowley Public Library will host a poetry slam for young adults ages 16 to 21 on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the library. The young poets are invited to perform their original poetry during this time. Poems should be three minutes or under in length, and each participant should be prepared to perform two poems. The public is invited to watch and judges will be needed as well. For more information, call 978-948-2850.
The Rowley Public Library and Council on Aging are co-sponsoring a free seminar on estate planning on Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at the library. Elder law attorney Margot Birke of Elder Law Solutions will present “Everything You NEVER Thought You Needed to Know About Estate Planning and Protecting Your Assets: A Trip Down the Yellow Brick Road.” Birke will discuss the ins and outs of estate and long-term care planning and shed light on the confusing maze of options when planning for life and special needs. For more information, call the library at 978-948-2850.
Michelle Pelletier Marshall reports on the town of Rowley for The Daily News. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org