Wednesday April 16, 2014

SHHS Saints of the Month for September

Allison Kruger -  -

Allison Kruger

Each month a male and a female student is selected as the SHHS Saint of the Month. Saint of the Month students are nominated by staff and students of SHHS. The selection is based on: Demonstrating Christian Values, School work, School Involvement, Leadership, and Community Involvement.

Allison is extremely exuberant about life. She helps out where and when she can, including everyone in all that she does. Allison is one of the nicest people you will ever meet. She is in both AP math and English, is on the honour roll with distinction and has previously won the proficiency award. In school, Allison is the SRC vice-president, is in music ministry, musical, is the yearbook editor, is on the soccer team, badminton team, Saint of the Month committee and was in SADD. Allison plays a large leadership roll on the SRC, leads the soccer team and is editor of the yearbook. She attends St. Gerard's weekly, teaching children's liturgy and plays the piano for church often.

Evan Lajambe -  -

Evan Lajambe

Evan always says hello to everyone, helps whenever he is asked and is enthusiastic about everything. He is in AP math and French immersion. In school he is involved in cross country, curling, track, band, jazz band, and drama. Evan takes piano lessons and is in cadets. He is dedicated, punctual and exudes positive energy and school spirit.

Congratulations to Allison Kruger and Evan Lajambe for winning Saint of the Month for September. Sacred Heart would like to thank Kelsey Propp on behalf of Western Financial for sponsoring our Saint of the Month.



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