Saints of the Month of December

Farrell Agencies Male Saint of the Month for December is Grade 12 student Dawson Malinowski. Dawson is always willing to help a student or staff member. He comes early, stays late, making sure all details are taken care of. He is in AP Calculus, on the Saint of the Month Committee, in Soccer Academy, Boys soccer team, UROCK, French Immersion, Yearbook and has great attention to detail. In the area of leadership, he is the Yearbook editor, the SRC president, and co-captain of the provincial champion boys Soccer team. He was a Grad helper last year, has been in cross country in the past, and is on the French leadership team. He always takes leadership roles in whatever school activities he is involved in. He is very reliable. Dawson attends St Gerard’s church with his family. He is an altar server at St. Gerard’s and he is not afraid to do the right thing.
Farrell Agencies Female Saint of the Month for December is Grade 9 student Grace Balog. Grace will always go out of her way to help others and she will include everyone. If anyone is feeling lonely she will walk up to them and hang out with them without thinking twice. When there are new students, she welcomes them with open arms. She is very kind and enjoys helping others. Grace tries 110% in everything she does. If a student has troubles she will try to help them out. She won student of the year last year at St. Pauls school. Grace is a member of UROCK and plays a very active role on the UROCK committee. She played on the Jr. Girls Volleyball team and is currently playing Jr. Girls Basketball. In all that Grace does, she is kind and caring.

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