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September 12-16 Faith Kapp, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High school is Faith Kapp. Faith is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Dr. David and Michele Kapp. Faith is very involved and active at St. Vincent. She is a good leader and role model for the younger students. She has an outgoing and friendly personality and shows great sportsmanship in athletics as well. She is involved in the following at St. Vincent: Basketball, Soccer, Vice-President of Student Council, Secretary of National Honor Society, Secretary in Spanish Club, and a member of Sodality. She is also a server and in Band.

September
19-23 

 

Jenna Winkler, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jenna Winkler. Jenna is the daughter of Keith and Mary Winkler. Jenna is a junior at St. Vincent. Jenna is a very polite young lady and is always very friendly to her classmates and teachers. In the classroom she is always willing to learn more by asking questions and getting involved in class discussion. She is also a great role model for her peers. Jenna is very busy in her spare time. She is on the volleyball, basketball, and soccer team. She is a junior class representative for Student Council, Co-Editor for the school newspaper and a member of Pep Club, Spanish Club, Sodality, Team Spirit, and a Server.

September 26-30

 

Isaac Ernst, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Isaac Ernst. Isaac is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Tim and Bonnie Ernst. Isaac is studious, courteous, involved, and self-reliant. He is very polite, helpful, and genuinely conscientious about being a Christian in and out of school. Isaac is on the "A" Honor Roll at St. Vincent, on the football team and basketball team. He is also in the Band. 

October
3-7 
  Isaac Layton, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Isaac Layton. Isaac is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Chad and Sarah Layton. Isaac is a student who is always wanting to help others. He exhibits leadership qualities in the classroom and on the football field. He is a self-starter but he is also flexible and open to suggestions when need be. Isaac plays Football and Track. He is a member in Pep Club and Spanish Club. He is also a Freshman Class Representative for St. Vincent de Paul Society and STUCO. This past summer he attended Steubenville and he volunteers as a server at Mass. 

 October
10-14

  Riley Riehn, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Riley Riehn. Riley is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Randy and Denise Riehn. Riley is a very level headed student who is a little quiet at times but always very considerate of others. He is punctual, respectful, hardworking, and adaptable. He is had excellent attendance all four years of high school. This year he has been a great leader on the football field and a great role model for underclassmen. Riley is the captain of the football team, plays basketball and baseball, and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Students for Life.
 October
17-21
Austin Dauster, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Austin Dauster. Austin is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jason and Lola Dauster. Austin is a dedicated student. and is constantly working to stay at the top of his game in the classroom and on the field. He is also a leader among his peers and sets an example for those below him. Teachers view him as respectful, responsible, a leader, and a student who takes his academics serious.Austin is in Football and Track and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Spanish Club.
 October
24-28

  
Autumn Francis, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Autumn Francis. Autumn is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tim and Angela Francis. Autumn is very respectful and helpful both in and of the classroom. She is always willing to try to new thing and very deligent. She gets along great with her peers and has a cheerful sense of humor. Autumn is involved in Cross Country, Basketball, and Soccer. She is a member of Pep Club, Spanish Club, and Sodality. Yearly she attends Luke 18, March for Life, and Steubenville. 
 October 31-November 4

 
Abby Seabaugh, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Abby Seabaugh. Abby is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jason Seabaugh and Mandy Seabaugh. Abby works very hard and always participates in class. She is inclusive and helpful to all students. You can always count on her to complete any assignments or projects she takes on. Abby balances responsibilities of sports and academics well. She is on the volleyball and golf team and  member of Team Spirit, Sodality, and a Freshman Representative for Pep Club.
 
November 7-11    Caroline Lundy, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Caroline Lundy. Caroline is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Mark and Janice Lundy. Caroline is a very pleasant kid in the school and is always involved in classroom activities and Drama. Caroline uses class time well and is always asking teachers if they need help when she has free time. Her smile and positiveness just shines through. Caroline is the President of Sodality, Student Council Class Representative, Editor of the Yearbook, and has the Lead Role in the upcoming school musical "Emma". She is also involved in Choir, Drama Club, NHS, Team Spirit, Spanish Club,  

 November 
14-18

Kaiti Schnurbusch, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Kaiti Schnurbusch. Kaiti is a junior at St. Vincent High School and the daughter of Keith and Paula Schnurbusch. Kaiti has taken on many leadership roles in her time here, and in those roles, she is always willing to work with others. Her tenacity to see projects through to the end means a lot of success for those projects. Outside of the classroom Kaiti shows school spirit and is actively involved in clubs within St. Vincent. She is also  involved in volleyball, basketball, and soccer where her leadership skills continue to shine. 
 
 November 21-25

 
Tyler Callier, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Tyler Callier. Tyler is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of John and Cheryl Callier. Tyler has been working very hard in the classroom with his work. He is always attentive and intrigued in the topic being discussed in class and gets involved in classroom discussion. He is very conscientious and consistently tries to do the right thing. Tyler is a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Team Spirit at St. Vincent.
 Nov. 28-Dec. 2

 
Matthew Gremaud, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Matthew Gremaud. Matthew is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Mike Gremaud and Angie Herman. Matthew is very polite, helpful, courteous, and respectful. He always tries his best even if the material is difficult and challenging. He is a very disciplined student who works to the best of his ability. Matthew is involved in Choir, plays the saxophone in Band, and is a member of the Students for Life Club. He is also a server at  Mass. He recently just performed in the school musical "Emma". 
 
 December 5-9

 
Dane Wibbenmeyer, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Dane Wibbenmeyer. Dane is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Tyson and Emily Wibbenmeyer. Over the last three years Dane has come so far and shown much improvement. Dane is a student who really works hard and gives 100%. He voices his opinions when making decisions and always tries to include everyone. He is very polite and friendly in the hallways. At leaf raking day he showed great leadership and stepped up when we went to another group's yard. Dane is involved in Cross Country at St. Vincent and excelling in Graphic Arts class at the Career Center. 
 
 December 12-16

 
Trevor Lukefahr, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Trevor Lukefahr. Trevor is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jon Lukefahr and Angie LaHomme. Trevor is doing very well this semester and is always polite and attentive. He is one of two boys in Spanish 3 and he has a good working relationship with all his classmates. He is a student who can partner him with anyone and neither he nor anyone else has objections. Trevor is on the Basketball and Track team and a member of Spanish Club and St. Vincent de Paul Society. He also plays on a traveling St. Louis soccer team.
December 19-23 

 
Autumn Schumer, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Autumn Schumer. Autumn is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Doug Schumer. Autumn  is a very gifted young lady. She has a lot of talent in art and works very hard in school. She also participates and sings in our school Masses even though she isn't in the choir. In her spare time she meets with a Teen Group at the public library. 
 December 27-31  

Megan Lipe, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Megan Lipe. Megan is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Ben and Theresa Lipe. Megan is a dedicated student and athlete. She is always prepared for class and participates well. She works hard to maintain high marks in class and she challenges herself be as good as she can in her sports. She is a member of the Basketball and Cross Country teams and will play Soccer in the Spring. She participates in the Drama productions and the Choir here as well.  I look forward to seeing what she is capable of in the years to come.
 
January
9-13 

 
Jamie Best, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jamie Best. Jamie is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jim and Lisa Best. Jamie is a quiet leader at our school. She leads by example and you can always count on her if something needs to get done. She is kind and polite to her classmates and teachers and is a joy to be around. Jamie has attended three leadership conferences throughout her high school career and attended March for Life the past three years and is attending this year as well. Jamie is on the basketball and golf team and the President of Students for Life, Secretary of Team Spirit, Vice-President of the Senior Class, and a member of Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Sodality. 
 January 
16-20
 

Autumn Zoellner, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Autumn Zoellner. Autumn is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jason and Beth Zoellner. Autumn is working hard to be the best student she can be. She is a very studious and attentive student.  She dedicates a lot of her time in her academics and is always eager to learn more and solve problems. Autumn is a member of Sodality, Spanish Club, Team Spirit, Speech & Debate, and Editor for the School Newspaper. After high school, Autumn is planning to pursue a degree in the field of medicine.
 
 January
23-27

 
Blake Naeger, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Blake Naeger. Blake is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Roger and Amy Naeger. Blake is a genuine kid both in and out of the classroom. He models our St. Vincent mission in his kindness and respect to others. He also practices his Catholic and Christian values in the community/parish as well and attends St. Vincent de Paul Church. Blake is involved in Cross County, Pep Club, and will be attending Luke 18 this spring for the first time. 
 January 30-February 4

 
Charles Sauer, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Charles Sauer. Charles is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Jim and Cheri Sauer. Charles works very hard in the classroom and maintains good grades. He is very polite and attentive. He puts in his best effort on everything he does. He leads by example for other students by being polite, respectful, and service oriented. He plays Football, Basketball, and Track & Field; a member of Band, Choir, Spanish Club, and Students for Life; and he participated in the Fall Musical "Emma".
 February
6-10
 

Mitchell Dobbelare, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mitchell Dobbelare. Mitchell is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Steven and Sonya Dobbelare. Mitchell works very hard in school and is a student you can depend on to get the job done.  He is a student that shows excitement and enthusiasm when he figures out a big problem or concept. If he cannot solve a problem he works even harder to find the solution. Mitchell is faith filled and very respectful. He is a great team player and loves to to impart the knowledge that he gains. Mitchell is on the Football, Basketball, and Baseball team at St. Vincent. He is also the Vice-President of St. Vincent de Paul Society and a member of National Honor Society and Students for Life. He volunteers  as an altar server for St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. 
 February 
13-17

 
Peyton Doza, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Peyton Doza. Peyton is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Eric and Renee Doza. Peyton is a student who is very easy going and enjoyable to be around. He is always very respectful, courteous, and hard working. He is very enthusiastic and always in a good mood. If ever asked to help he is always willing to volunteer his time and talents. Peyton is in on the Cross Country, Basketball, and Golf team at St. Vincent. He also dedicates a lot of time in Band as he plays in the school Masses and at the Youth Masses. He is also a member of Youth Group and attends Luke 18 and Steubenville. 
 

 February 
20-24

 

Molly Myers, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Molly Myers. Molly is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Greg and Becky Myers. Molly is a great student who is constantly focused on being better. She is very attentive in the classroom and always willing to learn more. She uses class time well and is consistent with her school work. Molly is on the volleyball and soccer team at St. Vincent. She is also a member of Student Council, Spanish Club, Pep Club, Team Spirit, Students for Life, and Sodality. She is also a writer for the school paper who works to cover students we should be proud of. Molly attended March for Life in January and plans to participate in Luke 18.
 February 27-March 3

 
Claire Hurst, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Claire Hurst. Claire is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Douglas and Mary Ann Hurst. Claire is a hard worker in the classroom and always does what is asked and more. She is a student who is consistent, reliable, and always shows up to school ready to learn. She is also very polite and respectful. Claire is a member of Spanish Club and Sodality at St. Vincent. 
 
 March
6-10
 

Madison Hoehn, 12th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Madison Hoehn. Madison is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jeff and Brenda Hoehn. Madison is very involved at St. Vincent and dedicated to her academics and extra-curricular activities. She brings energy into the classroom and always shows school spirit at school events. Madison is the Secretary/Treasurer of Sodality, Treasurer of Pep Club and a member of National Honor Society, Students for Life, Spanish Club, and Team Spirit. Madison also served as captain of the volleyball team and Cheerleading squad.
 
March
13-17
 

Jackie Verseman, 11th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jackie Verseman. Jackie is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Darren and Susan Verseman. Jackie is an excellent student and class leader who is always willing to learn. She volunteers her time to help assist her classmates academically and put in extra house for a good cause. She is an excellent example of our school's motto and mission. Whether it is in the classroom, on the field, or in the community she brings energy, compassion, and enthusiasm. Jackie is on the volleyball, basketball, and track and field team and a member of Pep Club, Sodality, Team Spirit, and Spanish Club.

 March 
20-24

 
Tyler Wibbenmeyer, 10th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Tyler Wibbenmeyer. Tyler is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Terry and Lisa Wibbenmeyer. Tyler has shown a huge improvement in his academics this year. He is a very hard working and determined young man. He has been leading and working hard to set a positive example for his peers. During the tornado tragedy he stepped up and volunteered a lot of his time cleaning. Tyler is on the football and track team and is a member of Pep Club, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Spanish Club, and Students for Life. Tyler also participates in March for Life.
 March
27-31

 
Caleb Roth, 9th Grade
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Caleb Roth. Caleb is a freshman at St. Vincent and the son of Mary Roth. Caleb works hard to be the best he can be. He has a lot of potential for great things when he dedicates himself. Caleb has excelled this 3rd quarter, making "A' Honor Roll with outstanding grades. In the classroom he is very polite and respectful. He is excellent on the trumpet in band and recently completed a solo at the last Band concert. Caleb is also on the Cross Country and Track team at St. Vincent. 
 
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