Thursday November 27, 2014

SHHS Saints of the Month of March

Brooke MacKay -  -

Brooke MacKay

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.

Brooke is friendly and cheerful. She has a beautiful smile to share with everyone. Brooke is on the honour roll, is in AP math and works hard in all her classes. She is on the volleyball team, yearbook, travel club and plays Blitz volleyball.  She works at Mark’s and a strawberry farm in the summer. Brooke is a very reliable, responsible and thoughtful person. 

Calic Tolentino and Jake Perpeluk -  -

Calic Tolentino and Jake Perpeluk

Calic is encourages others, makes everyone feel wanted, considerate and always wants to include others. He does his best in classes and communicates with everyone in groups.  Calic is a member of the SRC, makes everyone happy to be at school and attends St. Gerard’s parish. He is always trying to get people involved in fun activities at school

Jake is one of the most kind and friendly person you will every meet. He is quiet, gentle and respectful of students and staff.  Jake works hard and gets good grades. He plays football and hockey. He has helped at masses, with retreats, and celebrations. Jake encourages others to do their best. He is often seen out and about town with is family, so he has a strong sense of family. 

Congratulations to Brooke MacKay, Calic Tolentino and Jake Perpeluk for winning Saint of the Month for March. 



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