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Student of the Month

Faculty selected, each month a senior is honored as Student of the Month.  Sponsored by the Perryville Elks, the student receives a $100 check toward their college education, their picture in the newspaper, and an invitation to the Elks Awards Banquet in May.  Thank you to the Perryville Elks for sponsoring such a great program!
 

Month   Student

September

 

   Abby is the daughter of Jason Seabaugh and Mandy Seabaugh of Perryville. Abby shows leadership as the Senior Class Treasurer, Secretary/Treasurer of Sodality, and the Yearbook Editor.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society and Pep Club.  Abby has attended March for Life and Missouri Chamber Leadership in Practice. Abby’s Business teacher, Mrs. Mindy House, states, “Abby Seabaugh displays great leadership skills at St. Vincent and is a great role model for underclassmen. Abby shows her school spirit and it is known throughout the school, her love for SV. She is actively involved in the classroom, goes above and beyond with her involvement in school clubs and extra-curricular events, even announcing at the volleyball and basketball games! She lives her faith in her daily life by being accepting of others and always treating others how she would like to be treated.“ Abby will major in Occupational Therapy at Missouri State University.
 October    The St. Vincent High School Elks Student of the Month Award goes to Gabriel Pecaut for the month of October.  Gabriel is the son of Daniel and Amanda Pecaut of Perryville. Gabriel shows leadership as the President of the St. Vincent de Paul Society.  He is also active in Youth Group, Vincentian Marian Youth (VMY) and helping with the Junior High Lock In and the Luke 18 Retreats.  Gabriel has attended March for Life in Washington DC, Steubenville Retreat at Missouri State and Operation Overhaul Mission Trip several times.  Gabriel also attended Missouri Boys State. Gabriel’s Religion teacher, Mr. Tom Prost, states, “Gabe is a very honest and caring person. He is willing to volunteer for just about anything. He takes his Faith very seriously and is willing to share that.” Gabriel plans to attend Mineral College using the A+ Program and then attend Southeast Missouri State University; and major in Education.
 
 
November   The St. Vincent High School Elks Student of the Month Award goes to Garrett Dobbelare for the month of November. Garrett is the son of Steve and Sonya Dobbelare of Perryville. As a three-sport athlete, Garrett shows leadership on the football, basketball, and baseball teams and has won numerous awards in all three sports. He is active in St. Vincent de Paul Service Society and a class officer in Student Council. He is also an Altar Server at Mass. Mrs. Patty Wengert, Learning Consultant states, “Garrett is a committed, responsible student and a true leader.  He is involved in many activities and works hard to maintain excellent grades.  Garrett is a compassionate and personable individual who shares his academic talents by tutoring younger students.” Garrett plans to attend Missouri University of Science & Technology and major in Computer
Science. 
December   The St. Vincent High School Elks Student of the Month Award goes to Morgan Herzog for the month of December. Morgan is the daughter of Kindra Herzog and Randall Herzog of Perryville. Morgan is a four year member of the Marching Band, Sodality and Spanish Club. She is active in her faith, assisting in Vacation Bible School every summer and the Parish School of Religion every week. Morgan is also an Altar Server at Mass. Morgan has excelled in the classroom while holding a part time job throughout high school. Morgan’s religion teacher, Mr. Tom Prost, states, “Morgan has a great personality-- very cooperative in class and helpful to other students. Morgan excels in the classroom, while helping younger students
also to do well.” Morgan will major in Nursing at Mineral Area College, using the A+ Program Scholarship.
January   The St. Vincent High School Elks Student of the Month Award goes to Colby Hager for the month of January.  Colby is the son of Tina Hager of Perryville. Colby is a member of the Marching Band, St. Vincent DePaul Society, and National Honor Society.  He is four year athlete on the Basketball and Baseball Teams, including Captain of Baseball.  He is active in his faith, assisting in Vacation Bible School, the Luke 18 Retreats, and serving at Mass.  Colby has excelled in the classroom while holding a part time job throughout high school.  Colby’s Business Teacher, Mrs. Mindy House, states, “Colby is a hard working student with a great work ethic.  He comes to class prepared, organized, and is very precise.” Colby will major in Engineering at Southeast Missouri State University and Missouri University of Science & Technology.
     
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CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

  • SCHOOL


  • Public Masses


  • SPORTS
    There will be no sports practices, school/sport activities, games, etc after Tuesday, March 17 @ 6:00 p.m. until further notice. This includes any open gyms, no weight lifting, no USAV activity at school, etc. The gym will be closed.
  • PTO FISH FRYS
  • PSR
    Classes are scheduled to resume on April 29, 2020. Homework drop-off is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2020. There will be a box for drop-offs in front of the Parish office. All new homework will be emailed to families. 
  • DISTRICT CHOIR FESTIVAL @ RIVER CAMPUS
  • GLOW BINGO
  • LUKE 18 RETREAT
  • NHS EASTER EGG HUNT
  • PROM 
  • MAY PROCESSION
  • VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
    A decision will be made by May 1,2020 if we will be having Vacation Bible School this year. If cancelled, any registration money already turned in will be refunded.
Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3
This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday...Read More

Park-et Fish Dry THIS Friday - April 3

This generous community we live in never ceases to amaze us!

Park-et Restaurant will be donating a portion of proceeds from this Friday’s catfish meal to St. Vincent Schools! We appreciate their continued support of SV Schools!

Please see the below message from Park-et:

This Friday we will have our catfish meal again with part of the proceeds going to ST Vincent of Perryville. I will be taking preorders again on Thursday from 1-5. You may call 573-547-4147 or
573-768-1484

Please don’t leave a message on either of these numbers. You may text on the 2nd number on Thursday. Thank you for your support!!
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