Saturday April 19, 2014

Sacred Heart High School October Saints of the month

Justine Zarowny -  -

Justine Zarowny

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.

Justine is thoughtful and kind, easy to get along with and is always helpful. She is always considerate to those around her. Justine is in AP math, French immersion and is an honour rolls student. In the school and community you can find her involved in soccer, cross country, track, curling, basketball, badminton and drama. She plays soccer with Yorkton United. Her leadership shows by her hard work ethic and has all the qualities of a good leader. Justine has won 2 provincial medals with cross country and soccer. She attends mass at St. Gerard's every Sunday, teaching children's liturgy, is an alter server and reads at church.

Mathew Jendrasheske -  -

Mathew Jendrasheske

Mathew always has a smile on his face. He does everything he is asked, listens well and gives advice whenever it is needed. He tries hard in all his classes and maintains an average over 80%. Mathew is on the football team, is in Yorkton hockey and works at Parkland Cleaners. His leadership shows being the male SRC president and with his organization skills. Mathew attends St. Gerard's weekly.

Congratulations to Justine Zarowny and Mathew Jendrasheske for winning Saint of the Month for October. Sacred Heart would like to thank Kelsey Propp on behalf of Western Financial for sponsoring our Saint of the Month.



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