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Twenty Granbury HS Girls Inducted into POWER SET
October 17, 2016
Twenty Granbury High School girls were inducted into POWER SET,
a student organization focused on science, engineering, and
technology. The ceremony was held October 6, 2016, in the GHS
Inducted into the society were Lauren Boleng, Melanie Boleng,
Ashley Brooke Boyd, Bailey Carey, Joslyn Cavitt, Charlotte Elliott,
Amanda Garcia, Molly Garrison, Trisha Gryder, Roxana Hernandez,
Alexandria Inbody, Kyleigh Land, Helena Linzy, Emma McKelvain,
Emily Puente, Rayni Skaggs, Chloe Steele, Halee Vaughan, Bailey
Vernon, and Tara Wynne.
Returning members are Caitlyn Chance, Tiffany Henney, Liesl
Krone, Jackie Novelli, and Bailey Porter.
Officers for the 2016-17 school year are: Tiffany Henney,
president; Amanda Garcia, vice president; Rayni Skaggs, secretary;
Liesl Krone, student advisor; Jackie Novelli, webmaster. Faculty
sponsor is math teacher Landree Page.
POWER SET - which stands for Powerful Opportunities for Women
Eager and Ready for Science, Engineering, and Technology - provides
high school girls with educational tools and essential support and
Each POWER SET member receives a pearl necklace which shows the
world her commitment to the program and its goals. Pearls are the
world's oldest gems, treasured for centuries for their smooth
finish and warm glow, and are often the first jewels young women
receive. Highly prized for their myth and perceived magic, pearls
represent the ideals of POWER SET: overcoming adversity through
hard work, persistence, and tenacity. Pearls also signify purity,
perfection and feminine charm.
Participants enjoy mentoring by industry professionals, visit
local industry partners, participate in industry job shadowing,
take part in professional development activities, visit
universities and community colleges, hear from and meet guest
speakers, have scholarship opportunities, and give back by
mentoring middle school students.
POWER SET is a high school outreach initiative of the Nuclear
Power Institute, a unique statewide partnership led by the Texas
Engineering Experiment Station and headquartered at Texas A&M
University. Inductees must have a 3.5 grade point average, be
enrolled in college readiness classes, demonstrate a strong
aptitude for math or science, and complete an interview.