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Student of the Week

Student of the Week is a teacher-nominated award. Each week teacher's in the high school have the privilege to nominate one student for this honor. The student's article will be ran in the Tuesday's Republic Monitor issue for the week they are chosen. Schumber Brothers is the sponsor for student of the week and we would like to thank them for generously supporting our students. 

Week  Student Teacher Comments
 September 
2-6
  Abigail Seabaugh is the student of the week for St. Vincent High School. Abby is the daughter of Jason Seabaugh and Mandy Seabaugh. Abby is a great leader, always helpful to others, and welcoming to new students. She is always willing to help teachers and other students. Abby is creative and has excellent ideas aout how to plan and market the yearbook and creates beautiful work in graphic arts. Abby is the Tribe Yearbook Editor, Class of 2020 Treasurer, Sodality Secretary/Treasurer, and a member of Pep Club and Team Spirit. In her spare time she announces at the high school basketball games. After school Abby plans to attend Missouri State University to study Radiology.  
September 
9-14
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Zoey Wibbenmeyer. Zoey is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tyson and Emily Wibbenmeyer. Zoey is a very strong and relentless young lady. In the past year she has been positive and faithful. She is always very helpful in the classroom and works very hard. She always comes to class ready to learn. Zoey is Zoey is on the volleyball. basketball, and soccer team. She is also a member in Pep Club, Sodality, and Team Spirit. 
September 
16-20
  The student of the week for St. Vincent HIgh School is Noah Anderson. Noah is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Kenny and Beth Anderson. Noah works very hard in his classes and puts forth great effort in his school work. He always asks questions and is engaged in class. Noah has taken a leadership role on the Photos Team in Publications. He is a fast learner and is great at showing other student how to use the yearbook website. Noah is on the golf team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. 
September 
23-27
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ethan Buerck. Ethan is a freshman at St. Vincent and the son of Jeffrey and Deidre Buerck. Ethan is a really good kid! He gets his work finished and never complains. He is very conscientious and diligent in his work. He works well independently and with groups. Ethan is always respectful and kind to all.  
September 
30-
October 4
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Sean Harold. Sean is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Mark and Florence Harold. Sean is always uplifting to others in class. He is full of energy and excitement. He participates well and contributes to the learning environment and is always willing to help others if needed. Sean is on the football, basketball, and golf team and a member of Pep Club and St. Vincent de Paul Society. After high school Sean plans to attend Murray State University and major in Business Administration. 
 
October
7-11 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Shawn Koisher. Shawn is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Joey and Krista Koisher. Shawn is kind and helpful to teachers and students alike. He is a studious and conscientious student. Shawn is one of the founding members of Tribe Talk, SVHS's Podcast. Shawn is on the football and basketball team and a member of National Honor Society and St. Vincent de Paul Society. He plans to attend March for Life this January and participate at the Luke 18 Retreat.
October
14-18 
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lacci Gibbar. Lacci is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Doug and Dana Gibbar. Lacci is a very hard worker and is always striving to do better. She is at every opportunity with the will to succeed. She always makes good decisions and does what is right. You can always count on Lacci to be in a good mood and she loves to make others smile. Lacci is on the cheerleading squad and cross country team and a member of Sodality, Students for Life, and Choir. She a;so serves as the director of SV student plays.  
October
21-25
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Gabrielle Gremaud. Gabby is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Michael Gremaud and Angie and Ron Herman. Gabby tries so hard to do things correctly. She is definitely a hard worker and rule follower. She always has great school spirit, is proud to be a part of SV, and not afraid to show it. Gabby is involved in Choir, Band, Cross Country, Track, Sodality, and Students for Life.  
 October
28-November 1 
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Katelyn Graham. Katie is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Craig Graham and Julie Graham. Katie has shown growth over the last four years of high school. She is very involved  at school and shows great school spirit, in and out of the classroom. She is very thorough with her work and has great time management skills. Katie serves as Captain of the Cheerleading Squad for football and basketball and she handles different social media platforms for the SV Yearbook. She is also a member of Sodality, Spanish Club, Team Spirit, and Pep Club. After high school Katie plans to attend Lindenwood University to study Respiratory Therapy.  
November 
4-8
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Grace Heberlie. Grace is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Karl and Vickie Heberlie. Grace has shown great improvement and growth the last two years in high school. In class, Grace is attentive and has developed great note-taking skills. Grace has emerged as a leader on the school newspaper, The Gleaner, team. She is organized and reliable. She is able to communicate ideas and work well with others on her team. Grace is on the softball and track team and a member of Sodality. 
 
 
November 
11-15
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lucas Schilling. Lucas is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Jamie and Sheila Schilling. Lucas is a conscientious student who is willing to give the extra effort in his classwork. His good nature and positive attitude help in accomplishing individual work as well as when he works with others. Lucas's faith and family guide him to be the best he can be. Lucas is the football manager, on the baseball team, and writes articles for the Gleaner in Publications class.  
 
 
 November 
18-22
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jacob Hennemann. Jacob is a freshman at St. Vincent and the son of Jim and Sara Hennemann. Jacob is a very hard worker in the classroom. He comes to class focused and ready to learn. Jacob's work is always completed on time and he gives 100% effort on all of his assignments. Jacob is a member of Student Council and St. Vincent de Paul Society and plays on the football and baseball team. 
 
 
November 
25-29
 
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Colby Hager. Colby is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Tina Hager. Colby is responsible and always completes his work on time. In class he goes above and beyond and is never disruptive. He is polite, respectful, and always has great manners. Colby is on the basketball and baseball team and  plays the Snare Drum in Band. He is also a member if National Honor Society, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Pep Club. After high school Colby plans to attend SEMO and Missouri S & T to study engineering. 
 
 December 
2-6
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Brendon Moonier. Brendon is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Mike and Nicole Moonier.  Brendon is a student who is helpful, resourceful, diligent, and hard-working. He is very reliable and a valued member of Photos in Publications. He has shown substantial growth the last two years. Brendon is on the football and baseball team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. Brendon volunteers at Vacation Bible School, Luke 18 Retreat, and Operation Overhaul.  
December 
9-13
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Natalie Ernst. Natalie is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tim and Bonnie Ernst. Natalie is honest, hard working,  and goes above and beyond to help her classmates and teachers. She is always cheerful and has a positive attitude. She enjoys doing service for others. Natalie is on the volleyball and soccer team and a member of Student Council, Sodality, History Club, Spanish Club, Pep Club, and Band. She also maintains 'A' Honor Roll.  
December 
16-20
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Autumn Maness. Autumn is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Thomas and Andrea Yates. Autumn is very kind and giving. As a student ambassador, she welcomes new students to our school. She participates and excels in the classroom, making 'A' Honor Roll her first year of high school. She takes her faith seriously and fully participates at Mass. Autumn is currently working on a science project to compete in Cape. She is going above and beyond on this project. 
 
 
December 
23-27
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Maggie Hacker. Maggie is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Phillip and Tammy Hacker. Maggie is a great kid and works hard to improve her grades. She maintains a positive attitude and has shown substantial growth in the last year. Maggie always has a smile on her face and is willing to help others around her. Maggie is a cheerleader at St. Vincent and currently taking Child Development at the Career Center.  
 January 
13-17
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Marissa Cooper. Marissa is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Keith and Wendy Cooper. Marissa is hardworking, goes above what is required, and never settles for below less than her best effort. She always challenges herself and seeks truth when dealing with hard situations. She is kind to others and shows great sportsmanship on and off the field/court. Marissa participates in Volleyball, Cheerleading, and Track. She is a member of National Honor Society, Sodality, Team Spirit, and Spanish Club. In her spare time she plays club volleyball, recently attended Leadership In Practice, and finished the Gold Award for Girl Scouts. 
January 
20-24
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jacob Kapp. Jacob is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of David and Michelle Kapp. Jacob is a leader by example. He has a genuine respect and care for others. Jacob is a well rounded musician. He plays percussion at a high level during marching band and has converted over to playing Tuba in our concert band. Jacob is on the football and baseball team, member of the Band and St. Vincent de Paul Society. He tutors after school, serves Mass, participates in service trips such as March for Life, and attended Leadership in Practice over the summer. Jacob will be traveling to Europe this summer to perform with an honor band that he was selected to be in. 
 
 
 January 
27-31
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Colton Clements. Colton is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Ralph and Carol Clements. Colton is always respectful in class. He has an incredible work ethic and always does what is asked of him. He volunteers regularly to read in class and isn't afraid to go outside of his comfort zone. He always comes to class is a positive mood and brings energy. Colton is on the football and baseball team at St. Vincent. In his spare time he enjoys farming and hunting.  
 February 
3-7
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Alex Brickhaus. Alex is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Brian and Amy Brickhaus. Alex is a hard working student and athlete. In the classroom he is intelligent and inquisitive. Alex shows great respect for his teachers and classmates. He plays an active role in school and out of school being involved in numerous extra-curricular activities and ranking in the top 5 of the Class of 2020. Alex is on the basketball and golf team; a member of Pep Club, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Section Leader in Band, and Vice-President of National Honor Society. Alex also volunteers as an altar server for St. Vincent Parish and is an Eagle Scout. After high school, Alex plans to attend Maryville to study physical therapy.  
February 
10-14
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Luke Brickhaus. Luke is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Brian and Amy Brickhaus. Luke works incredibly hard in class. He is always attentive and willing to help his fellow classmates. He possesses great character and maturity. Luke is a positive influence in the classroom and on the court during his sporting events. Luke is on the football, basketball, and golf team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Students for Life. In his spare time he serves Mass at St. Vincent Parish, helps with Luke 18 Retreat, and is currently working on receiving his Eagle Scout in Boy Scouts.  
February 
17-21
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lexi Bohnert. Lexi is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kurt and Courtney Bohnert. Courtney is relentless about getting work done and having it done correctly. She takes extraordinary measures to succeed in class. She accepts any challenges as a young adult. She is intelligent, hard-working, driven, and enthusiastic. She is honest and has integrity despite consequences. She is growing into a natural leader with the desire to be unbiased as she looks at situations. Lexi is a football cheerleader, on the volleyball and soccer team, a member of Spanish Club, Sodality, and Pep Club. She also plays USAV volleyball and helps coach a 7th grade USAV volleyball team. This summer Lexi plans to attend the HOBY Leadership Camp at SEMO. 
 
 
 February 
24-28
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Gracie McKinney. Gracie is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Sherry McKinney and Jesse McKinney. Gracie is a fantastic student, always does her work, and seeks to challenge herself. She always pushes herself in social situations in order to grow. Gracie is always kind to her friends and helps keep her classmates around her focused and on task.Gracie is an all around good kid and has a great sense of humor.  Gracie is a member of Band and Sodality.  
 March 
2-6
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mary Claire Hurst. Mary Claire Hurst is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Douglas and Mary Ann Hurst. Mary Claire is conscientious and hardworking, putting great effort in her studies. She is also very kind and considerate, always including others. She always gives a helping hand and is generous with giving her time helping her classmates. Mary Claire is a member of National Honor Society, Rho-Kappa (History Club), and Spanish Club. After high school she plans to attend Murray State to study Pre-Med.  
 March 
9-13
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Hannah Riney. Hannah is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kyle and Pam Riney. Hannah is responsible and helpful to both peers and teachers. She is diligent, courteous, and enthusiastic. Hannah is a valued member of the yearbook team who takes the initiative to learn new design techniques and share with others. Hannah is actively involved at St. Vincent playing on the volleyball, basketball, and soccer team. She also serves as a member of National Honor Society, Sodality, Team Spirit, Pep Club, Spanish Club, and on the yearbook team. 
March 
16-20
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Carson Leible. Carson is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Brian and Stephanie Leible. Carson has been a consistently good student. While Carson is involved in extracurricular activities, he still keeps his academics his main focus. Carson participates in class and is always willing to help others. These qualities make Carson a model student at SV. Carson is on the football, basketball, and track team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. He also serves on the Gleaner team for Yearbook. 
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