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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 
11-17
 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Ciara Kline. Ciara is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of David and Tammie Kline. Ciara has taken her newly found leadership at the school quite seriously. Always a dutiful student, now she is helping others to stay on top of their work and even setting high expectations for those she has taken under her wing. Ciara is putting her leadership into practice as the Class of 2018 Student Council Secretary and serving as a member of Sodality and Team Spirit. She is also on "A" Honor Roll. After high school Ciara plans to attend Missouri State University to seek a degree in speech pathology. 
September 
18-24
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Lexie Anderson. Lexie is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Kenny and Beth Anderson. Lexie does a great job of paying attention in class regardless the subject. She is always the first to begin taking notes, shows signs of what is important, and always asking questions. Recently when she attended the Day of Recollection with her class, she participated with thoughtful answers and took it seriously. Lexie is on the volleyball and basketball team. She is also a member of Team Spirit, Spanish Club, and Sodality. In the summer she volunteers at SV Vacation Bible School and attends March for Life and Luke 18.
 
September
25-29 
 

 

The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Gabe Pecaut. Gabe is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Daniel and Amanda Pecaut. Gabe is very energetic, helpful, and positive. In the classroom he is engaged and always eager to learn. He is always respectful and thoughtful of others and how they feel. Gabe is on the football and track team and a member of Students for Life, St. Vincent de Paul Society, and attends the high school Youth Group. In his spare time he enjoys hunting and fishing.  
October 
2-6 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Owen Light. Owen is a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Jeremy and Leslie Light. Owen is always respectful, courteous, and has good manners. He is a very enthusiastic student and has positive energy at school. He works hard in the classroom and participates in class discussion. He is definitely a leader in his class. Owen is on the football, basketball, and baseball team at st. Vincent. In his spare time he loves hiking, being outdoors, and spending time with his family. 
October
9-13 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Cory Johnson. Cory is a senior at St. Vincent High School and is the son of Mark Johnson and the late Deb Johnson.  Cory  hsa an analytical mind and excels in Computer Maintenance and Electronics class. Cory has played football all four years at St. Vincent. He is a team player and friendly to all. He is polite, respectful, and a joy to have in class.  He always has a friendly smile on his face. Cory is tentatively planning to attend Ranken Technical College after he graduates. 
October 
16-20 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Nick Derousse. Nick is a junior at St. Vincent High School and is the son of Wayne and Cybill Derousse and Christy and John Fernow. Nick gives great effort on the athletic field and in the classroom. Nick is a starter on the Varsity Football Team. He is also focused in his studies, taking honors and college credit courses. Nick is always polite and respectful. He has a great personality and gets along well with his classmates. After high school Nick plans to pursue a STEM field.  
October 
23-27 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Abby Seabaugh. Abby is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Jason Seabaugh and Mandy Seabaugh. Abby provides a strong leadership presence in and out of the classroom. She is not afraid to assert herself and always helps steer others in the right direction. She is a breath of fresh air in an otherwise stagnant room. She is witty, fun, and always ready with the correct answer.  She pays attention to the lessons and works hard on assigned tasks. Abby is on the volleyball and golf team and a member of Team Spirit and Sodality. Abby is looking forward to attending March for Life for the first time this spring.
 
October 30-November 3    The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mary Schwartz. Mary is the daughter of Philip and Tonya Schwartz. Mary is a good student who follows directions and has respectful behavior in the classroom. She has a positive attitude and always does what is expected of her. Recently, Mary took charge of a project in Effective Teens class where she organized, kept students in line, and got help from others when needed. Mary is on the volleyball, basketball, and soccer team and a member of Team Spirit, Sodality, and Students for Life clubs.  
November 6-10   The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Madison Lappe. Madison is a senior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tim and Nikki Lappe. Madison is very organized and driven with her academics. She is a conscientious student and pays great attention to detail in her work. Madison is well mannered and always polite to her classmates and underclassmen. She is a member of Sodality and A+Program at St. Vincent. In her spare time she is a waitress at 15 West. After high school she plans to continue her education in either the nursing or finance field and is currently undecided on where she will attend college but plans to attend either Missouri State University or SIU-E. 
 
 
November 13-17    The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Mollie Baer. Mollie is a junior at St. Vincent and is the daughter of Tim and Lori Baer. Mollie is very thoughtful  hard working, resourceful, kind, polite, and punctual. She is a dedicated student, a talented athlete, a fierce friend to her peers, and a shining example of what SV stands for. When you meet Mollie is the hallways at SV, she always has a smile on her face. Mollie is on the volleyball and soccer team and a member of Sodality, Team Spirit, and Spanish Club. This January she plans to attend March for Life to help save lives and put an end to abortion. 
November 
20-24 
  The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Dane Thurau. Dane is a sophomore at St. Vincent and is the son of Gregg and Diane Thurau. Dane has made immense strides since last year. He has shown great improvement and his hard work is showing in the classroom. He is a kind and generous young man to his peers and always very genuine and sincere. The growth he's experienced lately is enjoyable to see. Dane is on the football team at St. Vincent and in his spare time he enjoys hanging out with his friends and hunting.  
November 27-December 1   The student of the week for St. Vincent High School is Isaac Hotop. Isaac is  a freshman at St. Vincent and is the son of Dennis and Sherrie Hotop. Isaac is very well behaved in class. He is always cooperative and attentive to the lessons. He participates in class and answers questions correctly when called upon. He is also very organized and seems to be a hard worker. Overall, he is a very pleasant student and a joy to have in class. Isaac is on the Cross Country and Track team and a member of Robotics Club at St. Vincnet.
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