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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. Plaza Tire Service is the sponsor for student of the week and we would like to thank them for generously donating a gift certificate incentive for each student chosen. 

Week  Student Teacher Comments
September 
10-14
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lexie Naeger. Lexie is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tara Boxdorfer and the late Matthew Naeger. Lexie has grown throughout her years at St. Vincent. She finished her junior year with her best semester ever. Lexie currently has straight A's her senior year. She is very neat and organized. She is always eay to talk to and greets all with good eye contact and a friendly smile. Lexie is on the Publications Photo Team, a member of Sodality and Team Spirit, and works at Park-Et. After high school she plans to attend Renaissance Beauty Academy in Cape Girardau. 
 September 
17-21
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Morgan Herzog. Morgan is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kindra Herzog and Randy Herzog. Morgan comes to class prepared, focused, and ready to learn. She tends to be quieter but she participates and takes notes. Morgan is working hard to maintain good grades. Morgan is a member of Sodality and Spanish Club at St. Vincent. In her spare time she stays busy working at Galati's.
September 
24-28 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Shjon Pyle. Shjon is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Mike and Grace Pyle. Shjon is motivated to work independently. He has a pleasant attitude and is a conscientious student. He is always willing to help others when they have qusetions in class. Shjon is on the baseball team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society at St. Vincent and attends Stuebenville and Operation Overhaul.  
 October 
1-5
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Brian Besand. Brian is a freshman at St. Vincent High School and is the son of Jospeh and Rebecca Besand. Brian constantly shows his willingness to learn in all of his classes. He is quiet but participates in class without being forced and always asks questions when he doesn't understand. He does a great job of staying focused and on task. Brian is on the basketball and baseball team at St. Vincent and a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. 

October
8-12

  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Tyler Roth. Tyler is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Tracy Brewer and Joel Roth. Tyler has shown great improvement in the last year and has a positive attitude. He is congenial, polite, and helpful. He stays focused in class, uses his time well, and puts forth great effort to maintain good grades. Tyler is on the football, basketball, and baseball team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Pep Club. He is employed at Rustic Wood Products and plans to enlist in the Army and attend Southeast Missouri State University after high school.
October 
15-19
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Gabe Pecaut. Gabe is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Danny and Amanda Pecaut. Gabe is always looking for ways to help those around him. He always thinks of others needs before his. He is doing very well in his academics and excelling in Religion and Construction Technology class. Gabe is on the Track & Field team and a member of Youth Group, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Students for Life. He enjoys attending Luke 18, Steubenville, and Operation Overhaul. 
October 
22-26
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Genevieve Lipe. Genna is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Ben and Theresa Lipe. Genna always goes above and beyond on her work and for others in class. She shows a kind and respectful spirit. She participates well in class and shows pride in her school. Genna is involved in Color Guard, Cross Country, Basketball, Soccer, Student Council, Pep Club, Team Spirit, and Sodality. She also attends Luke 18 and March for Life. 

October 
29-November 2
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lacci Gibbar. Lacci is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Doug and Dana Gibbar. Lacci is always kind and outgoing to teachers and fellow students. She is always engaged in class and often volunteers for tasks. She goes out of her way to come in early to help set student journals on their desks so they do not have to retrieve them themselves. Lacci shows pride at SV, has great school spirit, and is a good leader. Lacci is a cheerleader at St. Vincent and a member of Sodality, Team Spirit, and Students for Life.  
November
5-9
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Fayth Brewer. Fayth is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daugher of Donald and Koren Brewer. Fayth is extremely conscientious and puts forth extra effort on her work. She is always very generous in the classroom, offering to help with anything extra that needs to be done. Fayth is well mannered and behaves in and out of the classroom. She is on the soccer team and a member of National Honor Society, Sodality, Team Spirit, and Pep Club. After high school Fayth plans to attend Murray State University to major in business and minor in photography.   
November 12-16   The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Destiny Leible. Destiny is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jeff and Jackie Leible. Destiny works very hard in class and always has her work finished. You can count on her to help with anything. She treats other with kindess and helps several students with their assignments or projects. Destiny is involved in cheerleading and color guard. She is also the president of Students for Life and a member of Sodality.
November 
19-23
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Jack Baer. Jack is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Tim and Ann Baer. Jack is kind, helpful, and respectful, with a great sense of humor. He is considered a leader in his class and students look up to him. He makes up his work ahead of time if he is going to be gone for sports or other activities. Jack is on the Cross Country and Track team and a member of Band. He serves as sophomore class representative for STUCO and St. Vincent de Paul Society.
November 
26-30
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Gabriel Anders. Gabe is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Julie Bulin and Buddy Anders. Gabe has a positive attitude and is a very hard worker. He is willing to work with any of his peers and is friendly and cooperative. He gets along with everyone and is very kind and patient. He is a talented musician and recently competed at Cross Country for State. Gabe is in Band, Choir, Theatre, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and Students for Life and attends Youth Group, Luke 18, and Operation Overhaul. 
December 
3-7

  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Sam Ponder. Sam is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Tom and Cindy Ponder. Sam is kind and pleasant to talk to.  He has a positive attitude and has done well academically.  He made 'A' Honor Roll first quarter and has an A in his Industrial & Engineering Technology class.  Last year Sam was Top in his Industrial Engineering Technology class. Sam is an emerging leader and will do well at college.  He plans to attend State Technical College of Missouri and is accepted into their Precision Machining Technology Program.
December 
10-14

  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Chance Neumann. Chance is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Dale and Joanna Neumann. Chance always has a positive attitude. He is respectful both in and out of class. You can always count on him to greet you first and smile in the hallway. Chance is attentive in class and is doing well in all of his classes. He also a strong work ethic. Chance is a member of the St. Vincent de Paul Society.
December 
17-21
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Hannah Riney. Hannah is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kyle and Pam Riney. Hannah is super well rounded, intelligent, athletic, and kind.  She always works hard in the classroom and uses a creative approach. Hannah ranks top in her class.  On the court and on the field, Hannah is a team player.  She shows kindness and respect, Hannah lives our Vincentian charism of service to others. Hannah is on the volleyball, basketball, and soccer team and a member of Sodality, Team Spirit, Pep Club, and Spanish Club. She is also working on the Girl Scouts Gold Award. 
 December 
24-28
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Katelyn Sutterer. Katelyn is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Eric and Lori Sutterer. Katelyn is a very grounded kid. She is very confident in voicing her opinion and is truly kind to everyone in her class. When you pass her in the hallway she always greets you and has a smile on her face. She works hard and is always focused on the good. Katelyn is on the volleyball and soccer team and a member of Student Council, Sodality, and Students for Life. 
January  
7-11
  
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Cierra Boland. Cierra is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Craig and Kendra Boland. Cierra is really focused her senior year. She recently had her best semester ever, while taking Chemistry class at nigth at Mineral Area College, along with other college courses such as Comp and Rhet and Psychology. She is well planned for the pre-recs needed for MAC's nursing program so she can enter this coming fall. Cierra is also involved in Sodality, Pep Club, and Team Spirit and is on the soccer team. In her spare time, she works part-time. 
January  
21-25
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent de Paul High School is Maggie Hacker. Maggie is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Phil and Tammy Hacker. She has the sweetest disposition and always willing to help when asked. She always tries her hardest and brightens others with her smile. Maggie is a cheerleader for football and basketball and a member of Sodality and Students for Life. She is also on the photos team in Publications. 
 
January  
28-February 1
  
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Brendon Moonier. Brendon is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Mike and Nicole Mooner. Brendon works incredibly hard to get good grades in the high math class. He retakes quizzes to improve his grade, and is always coming to ask help. He brings  a positive attitude to class and is always ready to learn. He gets involved in class discussion and has great communication skills. Brendon is on the football and baseball team and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society. He also attends Luke 18. 
February
4-8
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Christian Layton. Christian is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Scott and Kim Layton. Christian has really started to develop a good work ethic this semester. He participates in class and volunteers to read. Outside of the classroom he contributes in his sports. He is always hustling on the basketball court and diving for loose balls. Overall Christian many of the positive qualities expected from a freshman student. Christian is on the football, basketball, and baseball team and a member of Students for Life. 
February
11-15
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Blake Naeger. Blake is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Roger and Amy Naeger. Blake is attentive in class and cares about doing well. He is a leader among his peers and encourages everyone to do their best. Blake has a can-do attitude and is always willing to help. Blake is a member of Pep Club and Team Spirit at St. Vincent. After high school he plans to attend Southeast Missouri State University and study Occupational Therapy.
 February
18-22
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Isaac Layton. Isaac is junior at St. Vincent and is the son Chad and Sarah Layton. Isaac is highly motivated to complete independent projects. He always completes them on time and with careful attention to detail. He is a leader among students, his peers listen to him when he speakers, and is quick to volunteer his time. Isaac is the Vice-President of the Spanish Club, a representative in STUCO, and a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society and Pep Club. He is an altar server, lifeguard, and tutors students in Spanish after school. Isaac is looking forward to the upcoming Track season.
February
25-
March 1
  
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Claire Deterding. Claire is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Grant and Cynthia Deterding. Claire always has a smile on her face and is positive. She is resourceful and always thinks outside the box in Math. She is such a hard-worker and will go above-and-beyond what is asked of her. She is cheerful and enjoys learning, and often goes above and beyond expectations for assignments. Claire is an absolutely pleasure to have in class. Claire is a Cheerleader and on the Track Team and a member of Sodality, Team Spirit, and Spanish Club.
March
4-8
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mollie Dobbelare. Mollie is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Scott Dobbelare and Lindsey Dobbelare. Mollie is extremely studious in class. She comes to class prepared with a positive attitude. She shows leadership and spirit in the classroom by helping others who struggle. Mollie was an 'A' Honor Roll first semester and is continuing to do well this semester. Mollie is on the volleyball and soccer team and a member of Sodality. In her spare time she plays club volleyball. 
March 
11-15
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Nick Ellis. Nick is a senior at St. Vincent and is the son of Brian and Meghan Ellis. Nick is very polite and respectful. He always has a smile on his face and never fails to speak if you need help with something. He is having a super senior year, making 'A" Honor Roll and receiving straight A's in his Agriculture classes. Nick is a member of FFA and travels in his spare time competing in horse shows. After high school he plans to become an Air Evac Pilot. 
March 
18-22
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Nathan Dauster. Nathan is a junior at St. Vincent and is the son of Jason and Lola Dauster. Nathan has been working hard his junior year in his honors courses and has been on 'A' Honor Roll. Nathan is kind and willing to help when asked. He is able to stay calm and work through challenges when they arise. He writes great articles on art and trivia for the Gleaner. Nathan is on the football and track team, class representative for St. Vincent de Paul Society, Spanish Club, and Editor in Advanced Publications. In Nathan's spare time he works on his family farm. 
 March 
25-29
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mary Schwartz. Mary is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Philip and Tanya Schwartz. Mary is always attentive and on task. She works hard in the classroom and always gives 100 percent. She is very helpful to other students and seeks out opportunities to serve. Mary is a member of Sodality, Team Spirit, and Pep Club and is on the volleyball, basketball, and soccer team at St. Vincent.
 April  
1-5
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Maggie Ponder. Maggie is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Thomas and Cindy Ponder. Maggie is a conscientious student amd does exemplary work. She is always kind and available to help others. She leads by example and shares her insights. She is very pleasant and easy going. Maggie is involved in Track, Sodality, Spanish Club, and Students for Life. She recently attended March for Life and March at the Arch. This summer she plans to attend Steubenville.  
 April  
8-12
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Courtney Brewer. Courtney is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Derek and Lisa Brewer. Courtney is always focused in the classroom and has great time management skills. She is always attentive, proactive, and rady to learn in all of her classes. Courtney has been working very hard on scholarhips for college and is very thorough.Courtney is a member of Team Spirit and Pep Club. After high school she plans to attend Southeast Missouri State University to study business. 
 April  
15-19
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Abby Seabaugh. Abby is a junior at St. Vincent and teh daughter of Jason Seabaugh and Mandy Seabaugh. Abby worked very hard helping make Prom a success.  She is responsible, a self starter, an organizer, and easy to work with. No task is to small or too great and she listens politely to suggestions. Abby is involved in Pep Club, Team Spirit, Sodality, and head of Prom Committee. Recently, Abby attended Luke 18 Retreat. 
 April  
22-26
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Blake Schnurbusch. Blake is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Doug and Gretchen Schnurbusch. Blake perseveres through challenges and is willing to help with whatever teachers ask of him. He is a conscientious students earning Honor Roll status every quarter. He works hard in class and prepares outside of class for tests and quizzes, is a fantastic writer, and enjoys taking pictures for Publications. To be  college ready, Blake has signed up for a rigorous course schedule for next year. Blake is on the football and baseball team at St. Vincent.
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