FHS Inducts 47 in First Tri-M Music Honor Society Induction Ceremony

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The high school inducted 47 outstanding student-musicians to its first Tri-M (Modern Music Masters) Music Honor Society on March 27.

Led by Chapter 7760 adviser Jill Boardman, the students received medals to commemorate their excellence in music and exceptional demonstration of the tenets of scholarship, character, leadership and service. The students inducted ranged from sophomores to seniors in the concentrations of Select Chorale, Sinfonietta and Wind Ensemble, and the six officers inducted were Marcus Brodsky, president; Myles Carter, vice president; Heaven Jenkins, treasurer; Marty Scott, secretary; Elijah Zelaya, librarian; and Michael Desir, historian. Each of the inductees briefly spoke about the impact of music in their lives in the form of the assertion, “What music means to me” prior to receiving their medal.

“You all are extraordinarily talented,” said Superintendent of Schools Dr. Kishore Kuncham. “I know you talked about the three ‘M’s’, but the three ‘M’s’ that I think of are modest, majestic and magnificent because that’s what all of you are. I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to the finest and a most amazing music department.”