Tuesday September 02, 2014

February SHHS Saints of the Month

JilliAnn Sawatsky -  -

JilliAnn Sawatsky

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.

JilliAnn is a genuine, kind hearted lovely girl who would to anything to help others. She is currently fund raising for Mercy Ships. She has a positive attitude in all she does. JilliAnn works extremely hard in all her classes to maintain a high average. She works at Superstore, is involved in musical, drama, music ministry, track and field and yearbook. JilliAnn is always the first to lend a hand. Her leadership can be seen in the fact she was in her first weeks at SHHS she took on the lead role in the musical Grease. She has also taken on a leadership role as a retreat leader. JilliAnn attended Lifepoint Church every Sunday while she was in Lanigan.

Jaedon Pallet -  -

Jaedon Pallet

Jaedon is kind to everyone. He makes everyone feel welcome and included. He works at Co-op grocery store, is in Channel 22, was in the musical as drummer, is on the SRC and plays volleyball and basketball. His leadership shows in rock band and he is always willing to help with SRC activities. Jaedon attends St. Gerard's parish where he can be found welcoming people and playing drums.

Congratulations to JilliAnn Sawatsky and Jaedon Pallet for winning Saint of the Month for February.



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