Thursday August 28, 2014

SHHS Students of the month of December

Mikayla Smith -  -

Mikayla Smith

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.

Mikayla Smith always visits teachers at lunch and after school to see if she can help them in any way (such as putting up chairs). She tries to make sure no one is alone at lunch and includes those who are alone. Mikayla is a very hard worker and is always working on her homework to improve her grades, which are high already and always tries her best she can on any given task. Mikayla is on the SRC, in high performance, choir, music ministry, band, jazz band, and the U.R.O.C.K. program. She is involved in a number of after school activities, including Army cadets. She does jobs no one else wants to do. Mikayla is a good role model and tries to get more people to join in school groups, such as choir, U.R.O.C.K., and SRC. She helps in any way she can and is willing to share what she has with others. Mikayla attends the Seventh Day Adventist church every Saturday, she is on the social committee at church and runs the sound booth regularly. Mikayla is always helping and befriending the little kids at church.

Nick Kerr -  -

Nick Kerr

Nick Kerr is a gentle giant who is always willing to help others. He works hard in all his classes. Nick is in French immersion and takes AP math and English. In school, Nick is involved in music ministry, volleyball and rock band. Nick attends St. Gerard's weekly.

Congratulations to Mikayla Smith and Nick Kerr for winning Saint of the Month for December.



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