21 students inducted into National Adult Education Honor Society
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21 students inducted into National Adult Education Honor Society

 

Twenty-one students from eight cities across Gregg, Upshur and Rusk counties were inducted May 16 into the National Adult Education Honor Society by the Kilgore College Adult Education Program.

 

According to Bobbie McGee-Benson, KC’s director of adult basic education, to qualify for NAEHS membership, students must demonstrate effort, achievement, perseverance, initiative and desire. 

 

Selections were made from nearly 1,500 students enrolled in adult education classes in Gregg, Rusk and Upshur counties during the 2012-13 program year, including literacy, English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education and GED students.

 

More information can be found at: www.naehs.org.

 

 

 

This year’s inductees are:

 

Gilmer: Elizabeth G. Harrell

Gladewater: Buddy Scoggins

Henderson: Julia Canenquez and Kesha Coleman

Joinerville: Teresa Salazar

Kilgore: Jose Flores, Raymundo Gazca, Rebecca Landeros and Ana Lopez

Longview: Monica F. Agthiatri, Salomon Aguilar, David Bray, Samantha Chavez, Darren Crain, Karl Earnhart, Celia Morales and Maria Rojas

Overton: Maria De La Rosa Mata and Cody Taylor

White Oak: Mel F. Laxson and Misty Trapp

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