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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. Schumer 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
October 5    The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lacey Best. Lacey is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jim and Lisa Best. Lacey is well rounded, involved in athletics and numerous extra-curricular activities, while also excelling in the classroom. She gives service in many activities, including mentoring younger students at The Hope Center. Lacey models St. Vincent de Paul in her service and in her respect to all. Lacey is involved in Basketball, Soccer and Color Guard. She is the Class of 2021 Vice-President, President of SADD, Vice-President of Rho-Kappa and a member of Sodality, Students for Life, and Pep Club. 
 
October 
12 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Alaina Hudson. Alaina is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Nathan and Jennifer Hudson. Alaina is a hard worker and seeks to challenge herself. She displays a level of maturity and is kind to all of her classmates. She maintains a positive attitude in and out of the classroom. Alaina tries to be involved in as many things that can better herself and give back to the community. In her spare time she volunteers at The Hope Center. Alaina is a member of Sodality, Students for Life, and Color Guard. 
 
 
October 19    The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ben Kirn. Ben is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Henry and Jennifer Kirn. Ben is always on task in the classroom and takes his studies seriously. He works very hard and always willing to help his classmates and assist teachers when needed. He is always so kind to others. Ben is a member of  Student Council, St. Vincent de Paul Society, Choir, Band, and serves Mass. 
 
 
 October 26   The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Drake Robinson. Drake is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Corey and Natalie Robinson. Drake is a conscientious student, working hard on his homework and preparing for tests. He is always focused, on task in the classroom, and works quietly. Drake is always willing to help his classmates, answer questions, and volunteer to help his teachers. Drake represents St. Vincent, as he is kind and polite to all. Drake is on the football team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. 
November 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jacob Gremaud. Jacob is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Michael Gremaud and Angi and Ron Herman. Jacob is respectful and always honest with himself and his peers. In class he is hard working but allows himself to have some fun with his great sense of humor. Jacob is involved in numerous activities at school and is always one of the first to volunteer in his local and parish community. Jacob is on the Cross Country and Baseball Team; Member of Band, National Honor Society, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Students for Life; and a Server at St. Vincent de Paul Mass. 
 November 
9
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ethan Schremp. Ethan is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Robert and Amy Schremp. Ethan works hard at his studies, participating in class, asking questions, and completing all assignments at a high level. He is always attentive, on task, and focused. As well, Ethan is polite to all, modeling the values of St. Vincent de Paul. Ethan is on the Cross Country and Track Team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. 
November 
16 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Aiden Blessing. Aiden is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kenny and Christine Heine. Aiden is a very conscientious student. She is always focused and engaged in geometry class and makes extraordinary efforts to understand the material. She even asks questions about more challenging ideas beyond the basics of a lesson. Aiden almost always has a positive attitude and avoids disruptions and distractions. Aiden is on the track team and a cheerleader. She is involved in Pep Club and Sodality.
 November 
23
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lydia Clements.  Lydia is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Eric and Christine Clements. Lydia has a positive and polite attitude, even going out of her way to say hello to students and teachers. She comes to class every day with so  much enthusiasm and is eager to learn. She has an amazing work ethic, is always engaged in class discussions and even takes initiative to work with teachers outside of the classroom. Lydia is involved in Drama Club, Choir, Pep Club, Spanish Club, Sodality, Students for Life, and Youth Group. 
November 
30 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Grace Heberlie. Grace is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Karl and Vickie Heberlie.  Grace is always willing to help out the teachers and classmates when they need help. She challenges herself to be better socially, athletically, and academically. Grace works hard at everything she is trying to accomplish. You can always count on her to be respectful and punctual to those around her. Grace is on the Track Team and a member of Sodality. After high school, she plans to attend Jefferson College to study Physical Therapy. 
 December 
7
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Sophia Martin. Sophia is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Michael and Amanda Martin. Sophia comes ready to work everyday, but more importantly, she arrives with enthusiasm. She often makes her classmates laugh, with her contagious smile and sense of humor. She maintains a respectful attitude and always puts forth hard work and effort to help her classmates. Sophia is on the Cross Country and Track Team and member of Sodality, Students for Life, SADD, Choir, and active in Girl Scouts. 
December 
14 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Colton Clements. Colton is a sophomore at St. Vincent and the son of Ralph and Carol Clements. Colton is a hardworking  student in class. He asks questions if he does not understand, follows classroom rules, and aids in helping the class understand concepts. He rarely misses a homework assignment. Colton is eager to learn and is always the first to volunteer for board work and being involved in class discussion. In his spare time, he is dedicated to working on his family's farm. 
December 
21 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Garrett Brickhaus. Garrett is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Brian and Amy Brickhaus. Garrett has good character. He is always kind and polite when speaking. He readily puts others first when interacting during class and in the hallways. He shows respect to his peers and teachers. He loves contributing in class discussions and always brings an interesting viewpoint in dialogues. Garrett is on the football, basketball, and golf team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. 
January 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Owen Light. Owen is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jeremy and Leslie Light. Owen works hard and tries to understand concepts. He is kind to his classmates and always helping out staff when they need an extra hand. Owen comes to class prepared and on time for maximum learning. He is an outgoing personality and looked to as a leader. Owen is on the football, basketball, and baseball team, serving as football captain. After high school he plans to attend Southeast Missouri State University to study Business Administration. 
 January 
11
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ethan Leible. Ethan is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jeff and Jackie Leible.  Ethan is very conscientious about getting his work completed. He asks good questions about the content we are studying. Ethan participates verbally in the lesson and is always polite and helpful to all. Ethan is the junior class representative for St. Vincent de Paul Society, participates on the Track and Cross Country Team, and is a hard worker in Agriculture class. 
 
 
 January 
18
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Clarice Garris. Clarice is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jeremy and Rebecca Garris. Clarice is very respectful and always kind to others. In the classroom she is always focused, on task, and working hard on the material being covered. She is inquisitive and intelligent. Clarice is a member of Sodality. 
 
January 
25
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ella Clifton. Ella is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Randy and Shannon Clifton. Ella is a very self conscious and a model student. She always has her work ready when class starts. She asks good questions when material is not understood and keeps a positive attitude. She is very kind, courteous, and generous. Ella is on the volleyball team and cheer squad, freshman STUCO representative, member of Sodality, and actively involved in Piano.  
 February 
1
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Alana Meyer. Alana is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Ron and Sue Meyer. Alana has a very positive, upbeat attitude. She displays her creativity in her work and seeks perfection. You can always count on Alana to volunteer and has a strong work ethic. Alana was on the volleyball team and a member of Sodality, National Honor Society, and Students for Life.
 
 
February 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Dustin Roth. Dustin is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Alex and Amy Roth. Dustin is very polite and obedient. He comes to class ready and eager to learn. He is hard working and utilizes all of his class time. Dustin takes his time on his work and is a very patient learner. Dustin is in Band, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and a Server at Mass. He volunteers his time at multiple St. Vincent and community events.  
 February 
22
The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Isaac Naeger. Isaac is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Roger and Amy Naeger. Isaac is academically a high performing student. He always has his homework completed on time. Isaac always has a good attitude and is not afraid to ask questions in class. He is a leader in the classroom and helps his class stay focused during lectures. He has a unique view on any subject matter. Isaac is on the football team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society . 
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The Golden Gala & Prom Dance Information
We have determined dates and venues for spring dances. Golden Gala will be held on February 27 at the SVHS Gym. Masks will be worn so feel free to mat...Read More

The Golden Gala & Prom Dance Information

We have determined dates and venues for spring dances. Golden Gala will be held on February 27 at the SVHS Gym. Masks will be worn so feel free to match with dresses or shirts and ties.

Prom will be held on April 24 at Split Rock Venue (same as homecoming).

Be sure to follow the dress code in the student handbook when shopping for dance attire.

Please see below message regarding Golden Gala:

We are excited to inform you that SVHS is hosting "The Golden Gala" again on Saturday, February 27. The dance will be at SVHS Gym from 7:00 - 10:30 p.m. The dress code is SEMI-formal. This means NO formal gowns, NO tuxedos, NO suits, etc. Dress code will be STRICTLY enforced. Please do not feel that you need to make a hair appointment, make up appointment, etc. This is a simple semi-formal dance.

There WILL be a "The Golden Gala Court" and "King & Queen " crowning. One male and one female representative from each class will be voted for prior to "The Golden Gala". The class with the MOST attendance (based on class percentage) up until crowning will be the class representatives that are crowned "King & Queen". Crowning will be at 10:00 p.m. Homecoming court is not eligible to be on Golden Gala Court. If you are a freshman-junior and are chosen for court, you WILL still be eligible for Homecoming and Prom court for future. If you are a senior and are on Golden Gala Court, you will not be eligible for Prom Court.

Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, February 10 during lunch. Tickets will be $10.00 each.

Each SV student attending the dance will need a permission form that can be picked up in the High School office or printed below. This form is due NO LATER than February 19th. Form is also attached.

If you are currently dating someone from another school and wish to bring them, a permission form can be picked up in the HS Office and MUST be turned in NO LATER than February 19th. Form is also attached. These will be reviewed upon turning in and students will be notified if it is not approved.

Please be mindful that we are very lucky to be able to host the Golden Gala during a pandemic and this is possible by all students and families complying with our COVID policies.

Concessions will be available to purchase at dance.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Wheeler at 573-547-4300 ext. 230 or Mrs. House at 573-547-4300 ext. 237.

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Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation Scholarship

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Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation Scholarship

The Today and Tomorrow Educational Foundation will begin accepting scholarships. Please note that scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. We encourage all families to apply as early as possible!

TTEF will not host in-person support sessions this year. TTEF has made application guides available for parents online in English and Spanish at their website: ttef-stl.org/info-for-parents. New AND re-applying family scholarship instructions are attached. Please read carefully.

The deadline for Beyond Sunday, Alive in Christ, Catholic Families Tuition Assistance is February 26.

All links to scholarships have been posted below.

Families have the opportunity to apply for all the scholarships listed below using the unified online application. To make the process easier for families and schools, one application is now being used for all scholarships funded by the Catholic Education Office, the Today & Tomorrow Educational Foundation, and the Roman Catholic Foundation of Eastern Missouri. The Scholarship Office at TTEF will review your application and determine your family’s award(s) based on eligibility for the different programs.

NOTE: Any family who would like to be considered for these programs, even if they are applying for re-qualification for one of these scholarships, must apply between January 11th and February 26th, 2021. Up to 130 new awards will be available in the Beyond Sunday Elementary School Program, primarily in Kindergarten

Alive in Christ Scholarship

Beyond Sunday

Catholic Family Tuition Assistance Scholarship

**Please note : In order to be eligible for parish assistance you MUST apply for TTEF Scholarships.

If you know someone who plans to start or continue their journey through education at Saint Vincent Schools for the 2021-2022 school year, please share this information with them.

2021 New Family Application Guide

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